Senior’s Health

The Differences between Dementia vs. Alzheimer’s disease

The Differences between Dementia vs. Alzheimer's disease

Nowadays, Dementia and Alzheimer’s diseases are perhaps two of the most confused diseases that exist in the realm of mental degradation. There are a number of differences, however, that allow for those dealing with symptoms characteristic of these two diseases … Read more

What is a scientific nutrition for seniors?

What is a scientific nutrition for seniors?

Have you ever thought about healthy diet and eating well? As we age, we should think about this issues more serious than ever. “You are what you eat” so that you can gain a positive outlook in the future, keeping … Read more

Half of US Will Be Obese by 2030, Study Finds

Half of US Will Be Obese by 2030, Study Finds

Such a rise would hike up health care costs— an additional $66 billion per year would be spent on obesity-related diseases, the researchers said. Spending would increase by 13 to 16 percent per year over the two decades. That level … Read more

5,000 kids Injured in Falls from Windows Each Year

5,000 kids Injured in Falls from Windows Each Year

More than 5,000 U.S. children and teens are injured each year in falls from windows, according to a study that suggests the problem stretches beyond urban high-rises. The research found many children fall from first- and second-story windows. “This is … Read more

More Tests Not Always Needed For Diagnosis

More Tests Not Always Needed For Diagnosis

Examining patients and taking a medical history are more useful to hospital doctors in diagnosing patients than high-tech scans, according to a study from Israel. Tests such as CT scans and ultrasounds add to hospital bills, but doctors said that … Read more

Beijing halts sales of tainted bottled water

Beijing halts sales of tainted bottled water

Authorities in Beijing have halted the sale of 31 brands of bottled water after they failed safety tests, the government reported, in the latest such scare to hit China. Random market inspections found bacteria colonies in the water, the Beijing Administration for Industry and Commerce … Read more

Working Night Shifts May Raise Diabetes Risk for Women

Working Night Shifts May Raise Diabetes Risk for Women

MONDAY, June 27 (HealthDay News) — Women who often work at night may face higher odds of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests. The study, which focused only on women, found that the effect got stronger as the … Read more

Bronchitis: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Bronchitis: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Bronchitis is a common disease in life. This leaflet gives some tips for recognition and treatment as well as prevention to look out for which may indicate a more serious illness. Definition Bronchitis is inflammation of the main air passages … Read more

Alzheimer’s Disease Can be Predicted in a Decade in advance

Alzheimer's Disease Can be Predicted in a Decade in advance

Recently, researchers from Britain, Australia and the US have developed a technique which according to them, can predict who is likely to contract the disease up to a decade even when symptoms have not occurred yet. Dementia is a loss … Read more

Essential hypertension : Treatment

Treatment You should have your blood pressure regularly checked by your doctor. Your doctor will tell you how often you need it checked. You may want to consider a home blood pressure monitor as well. Bring the readings to your … Read more