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Is Your Disease on the RARE List™ – If So, More Bad News! by Chris H. Posted Mon 06 Feb 2012 3:01pm I wonder if people truly understand what it means if their rare disease or disorder is on the RARE List™? Last week, the R.A.R.E. Project and  Global Genes Project , leading patient advocacy organizations representing the rare disease community, issued the RARE List™ , a stunning 65 page ... Read on »
Testosterone Part Xii – Testosterone Deficiency and Obesity by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 27 Mar 2010 6:32pm I. Introduction Testosterone and testosterone deficiency Testosterone is a male hormone. Besides promoting libido it has other important functions such as maintaining muscle mass and forming bone, regulating heart muscle and cholesterol. It also helps to improve the oxygen levels throughout the body as well as controllin ... Read on »
Osteoporosis Risk Factors Associated with Lifestyle and Hormonal Deficiencies by rita359 Posted Sat 25 Aug 2012 2:04pm Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by reduced mineral density and susceptibility to fractures. This is due to altered bone structure, which makes the bones more fragile. Osteoporosis risk factors include: reduced levels of estrogen at menopause, family history, sex, age, and race (ethnicity). Other factors are exercise levels, alcohol in ... Read on »
Genetics Home Reference: factor V deficiency by Posted Tue 21 May 2013 1:42pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed May 2013 What is factor V deficiency? Factor V deficiency is a rare bleeding disorder. The signs and sy ... Read on »
U-M study suggests vitamin K deficiency as an osteoporosis risk factor by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:19pm A new study by Jane Lukacs of the University of Michigan School of Nursing suggests that the impairment of vitamin K function could compromise bone health and contribute to the development of osteoporosis. The study found that one of the early effects of declining estrogen is the impairment of vitamin K function in bone even before any bone loss ... Read on »
Risk factors in Adolescent Suicide by Poh Tin Tan Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 5:42pm Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents: Risk Factor Identification, Screening, and Prevention Jaspal S. Ahluwalia, MD, MPH Suicide is the third leading cause of death, following unintentional injuries and homicide, among adolescents in the United States.[1] There have been approximately 2000 adolescent suicides per year during the past decade ... Read on »
Causes of Vitamin D deficiency Signs of Vitamin D deficiency Fixing Vitamin D deficiency by Bill .. Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:38pm Yesterday my wife got results from some blood tests and they showed that she had a vitamin D deficiency. I thought that this was odd since I was under the impression that anyone that got enough sun would have their bodies create enough vitamin D to stay healthy. I was apparently wrong. Not only is my wife deficient but a friend of hers as ... Read on »
Ergonomic Risk Factors in Workplace: Traditional Risk Factors by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sun 16 Aug 2009 8:57am 2 Comments Addressing traditional and environmental risk factors can keep workers injury free.Rehab providers in industrial medicine often operate in a gray area. It can be difficult to connect a specific workplace injury to a single job task, posture, lifestyle behavior or hereditary trait. Many elements may be at work.But employers are becoming more aware o ... Read on »
Ergonomic Rick Factors: Environmental Risk Factors by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Sun 16 Aug 2009 8:59am 3 Comments ENVIRONMENTAL ERGONOMIC RISK FACTORSIn addition to traditional risk factors, industrial medicine clinicians must watch for environmental factors that may contribute to work-related injuries.To protect workers from environmental risk factors, groups such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the American Conference of Governmental ... Read on »
Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor – Growth Factor Demonstrates Promise in the Protection Against Alzheimer’s Disease by Ralph S. Certified Nurse Specialist Posted Sat 17 Oct 2009 9:36pm By Ralph Sanchez, L.Ac.CNS,D.Hom. One of the longest held thoughts about damage to our brain’s cells (neurons) was that once they were lost, it was a fait accompli. Damaged neurons were considered damaged goods, never to regain their function, and without any hope for regeneration. Fortunately, for those concerned about recovery from b ... Read on »