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  2. Milk allergy Overview Milk allergy is an abnormal response by the body's immune system to milk and products containing milk. It's one of the most common food allergies in children. Cow's milk is the usual cause of milk allergy, but milk from sheep, goats, buffalo and other mammals also can cause a reaction. An allergic reaction usually occurs soon after you or your child consumes milk. Signs and symptoms of milk allergy range from mild to severe and can include wheezing, vomiting, hives and digestive problems. Milk allergy can also cause anaphylaxis — a severe, life-threatening
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  4. Not only depression but also with anxiety. Good article, thanks!
  5. Know Your Risk for Heart Disease Several health conditions, your lifestyle, and your age and family history can increase your risk for heart disease. These are called risk factors. About half of all Americans (47%) have at least 1 of 3 key risk factors for heart disease: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. Some risk factors for heart disease cannot be controlled, such as your age or family history. But you can take steps to lower your risk by changing the factors you can control. What health conditions increase the risk of heart disease? High blood pressure.
  6. Depression and Heart Disease How Depression and Heart Disease Relate to Each Other Depression and heart disease are among the most disabling diseases we face. They are both very widespread among the general population and often occur simultaneously in the same individual. There is thought to be a two-way relationship between heart disease and depression: A percentage of people with no history of depression become depressed after a heart attack or after developing heart failure. And people with depression but no previously detected heart disease, seem to develop heart diseas
  7. Had that one the other week. I really love BBQ recipes. Will probally make this again this weekend!
  8. Any opinions on this matter, or links to other pages where this issue might have already been discussed, would be highly appreciated.
  9. I honestly believe about the 8th fact. My mon who is in her 70s can still lift the plants around the house. She loves taking care of our garden especially her orchids, it's like it's her job not letting those plants wilt.
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  11. Some years ago when I first got diagnose with diabetes, can recall, I asked a similar question, and this was the answer which was given to me, which I kept on file. And every so often I go back and have a peep, do you know it never gets any better? My advice perseverance. Diabetes sometimes feels like the ultimate roller coaster, ups and downs, no idea what’s around the corner, and moments where I fear for my life. Part of that ride is an incredibly emotional and mental balancing act. This adds up to a lot of mental pressure every day, and along with it, feelings of frustration and f
  12. Things No One Tells You About Ageing Lots of Know-How They’re called the golden years for a reason. Getting older has its perks. For one, you’re good at using what you’ve learned. This is called crystalized intelligence, and it keeps getting better, even when you’re 65 or 70. Mr. Nice Guy Turns out you might not be a grumpy old man (or woman), after all. You’ll probably get more agreeable as you age, at least through your 60s. You’re also likely to be happier and less inclined to get angry. Scientists haven’t figured out exactly why this happens, but they do have some theor
  13. I've been doing some meditation these days with the help of a friend who also knows yoga. It would be great if I learn that too in perfect timing.
  14. What were the challenges you faced when your Dr. put you for a lifelong medication? Was the transition easy? Please feel free to share it here.
  15. Always a pleasant to read about heart articles. Thank you.
  16. This looks delicious, I've heard that coconut rice is a good compliment with spicy dishes. Must try!
  17. Baked Coconut Rice Ingredients 1 tablespoon coconut oil 2 cups uncooked brown jasmine rice 1 teaspoon salt 400 grams can coconut milk 2 cups water ½ cup slivered fresh pineapple ¼ cup toasted coconut flakes ¼ cup toasted sliced almonds Preparation Preheat the oven to 190°C In a 4-litre ovenproof pot, melt the coconut oil over medium heat on the stovetop. Rinse and drain the rice in a mesh strainer and add it to the coconut oil. Brown the rice, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes. Add the salt, coconut milk, and wate
  18. I tried intermittent fasting from early July to mid-September. I was eating between Noon and 6:00 p.m. I wasn‘t really dieting during the eating window, but I certainly was paying attention to what I was eating. Nothing happened. Very discouraging. have put on some weight during the pandemic. I should probably try a low carb diet, but I’m not sure I have it in me. So hard.
  19. Breathing exercises and meditation are a wonderful way to bring our overall state of arousal down and back under control. One of the methods I use when my anxiety is creeping up on me is to focus on the tip of my tongue as I breath (that is where I 'feel' the air entering my body... for some it's the tip of the nose, or they feel their breath in their chest or stomach... wherever it is, focus on it!). I count ten breaths, one for in, two for out... all the way to 10, and then start again. This is a great mindfulness activity you can do anywhere at any time and nobody knows you're doing it
  20. I'm rooting to learn more about this, a friend of mine has a family history of diabetes, so I hope we will get further knowledge about how true is this theory.
  21. Oh, my apologies, I missed it.
  22. Yes, if the results fills your mind with a lot of questions, go look for a second opinion from a professional doctor. Our intuition is often right than wrong.
  23. I'm gonna be following this itinerary, a road trip from Nevada- Las Vegas. https://www.10best.com/interests/explore/las-vegas-denver-road-trip-loop-2-week-itinerary/ Is there something I need to know about these places this pandemic? I'm quite sure though that I can avoid the crowd going this route. But not sure with passes.
  24. The article says a Week Insulin Injections named Basal Insulin Fc Trulicity (Dulaglutide) is not insulin So I don’t think that its Trulicity
  25. I didn't know my husband may have this problem in his 40's. I have to let him read this to be aware. Thank you!
  26. Very good article for self awareness among young women. 🙏
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