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    General Health 8 Immune System Boosting Tips for Seniors: Exercise and More – NaijaBizCom.Com

    As you grow older, it is not just the physical and cognitive health which gets affected; the immune system also becomes weaker. The more the immune system suffers, your vulnerability to getting affected by diseases also increases. Plus, it is the viral infections such as common cold and flu...
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    General Health The Best Exercises for Your 50s, 60s, 70s—and Beyond – WSJ

    Everyone knows that exercise is good for you. While it can’t stop the aging process, it can increase life expectancy and keep disabling conditions—from heart disease to depression—at bay. But as we age, it’s no longer enough to do only our favorite exercise, be it tennis, running, yoga or Tai …...
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    General Health Symptoms, causes, and when to see a doctor – Medical News Today

    The kidneys remove waste products and excess fluid from the bloodstream. These two organs sit on either side of the body just below the rib cage. The kidneys rest against the back muscles, which can make it difficult to tell the difference between kidney pain and back pain. … Read more via...
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    General Health If You Ever Wake Up During the Night Drenched in Sweat, You May Want to Talk to Your Doctor – POPSUGAR Fitness UK

    Nothing is worse than waking up in the middle of the night, sweating as if you’ve just run a marathon, and needing to climb out of bed to change your pajamas and sheets before you try (try!) to drift back to sleep. But that’s exactly what 10 to … Read more via POPSUGAR Fitness UK...
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    General Health Pictures, symptoms, and similar rashes – Medical News Today

    Meningitis causes a characteristic rash on the skin. Learning to spot the signs and distinguish a meningitis rash from similar rashes can help a person receive treatment quickly. Meningitis is an infectious disease caused by certain viruses, bacteria, or fungi. It causes swelling of the...
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    General Health What Can I Eat to Keep My Blood Sugar and Cholesterol Low? – Healthline

    Cutting out refined carbs and eating whole foods can help you lower these markers at the same time. Q: My blood test shows prediabetes and a cholesterol score of 208 mg/dl (5.4 mmol/l). I’m finding it difficult to know what to eat because the recommended diets for these conditions seem...
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    General Health More People Are Dying of Dementia Than Ever—but How Does It Kill You? – Prevention

    Dementia deaths have more than doubled in the U.S. in less than two decades, a new government report shows. People are living longer, but doctors are also becoming more aware of the disease, which could explain the uptick. Doctors explain how dementia can cause life-threatening complications...
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    General Health Sexual health: How does exercise prevent erectile dysfunction? 3 exercises for men to prevent and cure ED – Times Now

    A study has found that pelvic exercises helped around 40 per cent men with erectile dysfunction to regain normal erectile function. Pelvic floor exercises, can … Read more via “sexual health” – Google News
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    Sexual Health When meds suppress HIV, odds of sexual transmission near zero – Health24

    When meds suppress HIV, odds of sexual transmission near zero. HIV has become a manageable chronic condition. It’s no longer a death sentence thanks to drug therapies that first became available in the 1990s... ---- Read more via “sexual health” – Google News
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    Sexual Health My HIV Story: In the end, I’m Grateful – STD Exposed – Sexual Health Blog

    I grew up in a very religious household where being gay was considered a sin. Even as young as three years old, I remember liking boys, but didn’t know why and didn’t see why my parents were so vehemently against it. Because of their upbringing, … Read more via STD Exposed – Sexual Health...
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    General Health Colon Cancer Screening Can Save Your Life – – The New York Times

    Although I usually refrain from writing columns linked to national health observances, I believe that Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, in March, is too important to ignore. There are simply too many people who are still getting and dying from this preventable disease because they failed to …...
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    Lily Hospital: 7 World Class Treatments You Can Get In Nigeria

    According to a February 29 2016 report in The Nation, Nigerians reportedly spend over $3 billion per year on hospital treatment in Dubai, South Africa, UK, Germany and the US. In time past, medical treatment abroad used to be the exclusive preserve of the rich, who can afford the luxury and...