Tag: extreme fatigue

Newsbriefs: Cancer Treatment; Cancer Fatigue

Potential New Treatment for Cancer Metastasis.
A new class of drugs targeting estrogen positive breast cancer, already approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, may be effective also in treating triple-negative breast cancer, Mayo Clinic researchers announced. CDK4/6 inhibitors could prevent the spread of these cancers to distant organs, however,

Get Help Fast for Heart Attack and Stroke

Many people having a stroke or heart attack don’t know it. Lack of knowledge about the warning signs means they may dismiss a stroke as a bout of dizziness, while a heart attack might be chalked up to heartburn or a pulled muscle. However, if you ignore the symptoms that

What Women Need to Know About Their Heart Health

The statistics about women and heart health are staggering: Approximately 60,000 more women than men will die from cardiovascular disease, and females account for more than three of every five deaths from stroke.

During the past two decades, myocardial infarction (MI) prevalence has increased among midlife women, while declining among similarly

Vitamins That Give You Energy

Vitamins That Give You Energy

You’re looking for a boost, and you’re wondering if there are over-the-counter energy vitamins. Perhaps you’ve taken them sporadically over the years and are thinking about taking them on a daily basis, hoping to feel more energetic.

First, realize that extreme fatigue may be a symptom of a medical condition. A

Are You Suffering from Jaw Pain?

Are You Suffering from Jaw Pain?

Because your jaw is one of the joints you use most often, dealing with jaw pain can be difficult—it can affect your ability to talk and eat. Often, jaw pain is related to problems with your teeth resulting from an oral health issue or from a habit like teeth-grinding.

But jaw

Do You Have Post-Viral Fatigue?

Do You Have Post-Viral Fatigue?

Are you caught in a vicious cycle of stress, fatigue, and infections? Most of the time we think of extreme fatigue as being the result of an infection; hence the term “post-viral fatigue.” But were you also aware that extreme fatigue is…

Editor’s Note: When to See A Cardiologist

Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women and men—more than twice the rate of all cancers combined. So, when I, as a primary care doctor, see a 50-year-old menopausal patient, my first thought is: What are we doing to screen her for stroke and heart disease risks? The

Light Therapy Can Help to Brighten Your Health in Winter

The winter months bring shorter daylight hours and more time spent indoors, both of which restrict your exposure to light. This loss can trigger a condition called seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of seasonal depression caused by deficient light exposure. “Older adults need to be mindful about SAD as

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