The 17 Most Ignored Cancer Symptoms in Women and Men

 

 

Pay attention to these cancer symptoms you are most likely to ignore, and get yourself to a doctor if they persist.

Source: The 17 Most Ignored Cancer Symptoms in Women and Men

Source: The 17 Most Ignored Cancer Symptoms in Women and Men

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Rat lungworm parasite reported in Florida counties – Story | FOX 13 Tampa Bay

Researchers at the University of Florida have discovered a parasite that can cause meningitis in humans and animals, in five Florida counties.

Rats and snails in Alachua, Leon, St. Johns, Orange and Hillsborough counties tested positive for the rat lungworm parasiteaccording to a study in PLoS ONE by researchers in the UF College of Veterinary Medicine and the Florida Museum of Natural History.

Researchers say people and pets can become infected by eating snails, infected frogs and crustaceans, causing potentially fatal meningitis.

Source: Rat lungworm parasite reported in Florida counties – Story | FOX 13 Tampa Bay

30 Worst Foods For Your Heart

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Diabetes and Heart Disease Risks You Shouldn’t Ignore

If you have diabetes, you have an increased risk of serious problems such as heart disease, heart failure or stroke — at least twice the risk of someone without diabetes. Moreover, you are also more likely to develop these problems at a younger than average age, and have more serious heart attacks.According to the American Diabetes Association, two out of three people with diabetes die from heart disease or stroke.

Source: Diabetes and Heart Disease Risks You Shouldn’t Ignore

Essential Colorectal Cancer Facts

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Studies show that certain factors may increase your risk of developing colon cancers, but why and how they affect the disease is still unknown. Being overweight or inactive, eating a diet rich in red or processed meats, smoking and heavy drinking can all increase your risk. Those over 50 or those withinflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have an increased risk, too.

Colorectal cancer is more common that you think. Learn about colon cancer and rectal cancer symptoms, causes, treatments and statistics.

Source: Essential Colorectal Cancer Facts

6 Surprising Heart Attack Triggers Slideshow – Sharecare

#6 WORKING OUT TOO HARD.

We all know exercise is good for the heart, but couch potatoes who suddenly jump into vigorous workouts are upping their risk for a heart attack. Doing too much too soon is dangerous, so talk to your doctor before starting any exercise routine. And remember, just because you look healthy on the outside doesn’t mean you’re healthy on the inside: Hypertension and other heart-related conditions often have no symptoms. Marathoners aren’t off the hook, either. Extreme athletes may push their bodies too hard, bringing on heart problems that otherwise wouldn’t occur, says Rafii. This doesn’t mean you have to hang up your sneakers. Just talk to your doctor before signing up for your next race.

Source: 6 Surprising Heart Attack Triggers Slideshow – Sharecare

Smoking, Gum Disease, and Tooth Loss | Overviews of Diseases/Conditions | Tips From Former Smokers | CDC

Do you still smoke?….Do you still have your teeth? It’s no longer debatable whether it will harm you or not, It’s a fact, Smoke and you will suffer!

You can deny and make excuses for smoking all you want but, in reality, there is no excuse for smoking!

How Is Smoking Related to Gum Disease?

Smoking weakens your body’s infection fighters (your immune system). This makes it harder to fight off a gum infection. Once you have gum damage, smoking also makes it harder for your gums to heal.

What does this mean for me if I am a smoker?

  1.   You have twice the risk for gum disease compared with a nonsmoker.
  2. The more cigarettes you smoke, the greater your risk for gum disease.
  3. The longer you smoke, the greater your risk for gum disease.
  4. Treatments for gum disease may not work as well for people who smoke.
  5. Tobacco use in any form—cigarettes, pipes, and smokeless (spit) tobacco—raises your risk for gum disease.7

Source: Smoking, Gum Disease, and Tooth Loss | Overviews of Diseases/Conditions | Tips From Former Smokers | CDC