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Maintain Your Oral Health to Avoid Periodontitis

Maintain Your Oral Health to Avoid Periodontitis

You’ve heard since the time you were small that brushing your teeth is vital to stave off oral hygiene problems. Even so, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that nearly half of all Americans aged 30 and older have some degree of periodontitis (gum disease). The number increases

6. Medications for Arthritis

Acrucial weapon in the fight against arthritis is medication that, in some cases, slows disease progression as well as easing pain, maximizing joint function, and improving quality of life. There is no one-size-fits-all solution—trial and error may be required to find the drug (or drug combination) that works for you.

3. Stress Symptoms and Diagnosis.

Everyone experiences stress differently. What one person considers a catastrophic problem, another might see as an invigorating challenge. One thing we all have in common: the marks that chronic stress leave behind on our bodies and minds. From shrinking brains to inflamed arteries in the heart, stress can leave a

What Is Asthma and How Is It Treated?

What Is Asthma and How Is It Treated?

Asthma is often thought of as a disease of childhood, but it can affect anyone at any age. In fact, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute reports that about 25 million Americans—including 7 million children—have asthma.

It’s a condition in which the airways become inflamed and narrowed. Your airways are

Chronic Inflammation? Here’s How Altering Your Lifestyle Can Help

Chronic Inflammation? Here’s How Altering Your Lifestyle Can Help

Your immune system is like a home security system. When you suffer an injury or infection, it sets off an alarm—what we know as an inflammatory response—by sending immune cells to neutralize viruses, bacteria, and other intruders that breach your outer defenses, thereby protecting healthy cells and tissues from damage.

Newsbriefs: Diabetes; Spice; Inflammation

Diabetes With Advanced Complications Can Lead to Dementia
People with diabetes who suffer from advanced diabetic complications, such as blindness, kidney failure, and decreased blood flow in limbs (that can lead to amputation), are at greater risk of dementia as they age, according to a new, 12-year study published in the

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