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Type 2 diabetes: Three warning signs on your face of consistently high blood sugar levels

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition whereby the body cannot produce enough insulin or the insulin it does produce is not sufficiently processed by the cells. While this may seem harmless, insulin is tasked with regulating blood sugar – the main sugar found in blood. It is vital to maintain a delicate balance of… Read More »

Heart rate chart: What should YOUR exercising heart rate be? Key levels per age group

Often we don’t think about our hearts beating away in our chests, as it does so quietly and typically without cause for concern. However checking your heart rate can often give indications for a range of illnesses, the general health of your body and even your fitness levels. So what should YOUR exercising heart rate… Read More »

Vitamin B12 deficiency: The many facial signs indicating your levels are dangerously low

Facial neuralgia In a study published in MD Edge Neurology, facial neuralgia and its possible link to vitamin B12 deficiency was investigated. The study noted: “Vitamin B12 deficiency may cause isolated facial neuralgia, independent of trigeminal neuralgia and peripheral neuropathy, according to research presented at the 14th Congress of the International Headache Society. “All patients reported… Read More »

Tobacco stocks drop on report Biden administration is planning to cut nicotine levels in cigarettes

Marlboro cigarettes, a product of Philip Morris International Daniel Acker | Bloomberg | Getty Images Tobacco stocks tumbled Monday on a report that the Biden administration is considering whether to cap nicotine levels in cigarettes. The report, which cited people familiar with the matter, was published in the Wall Street Journal. The paper said the… Read More »

Are Modern Wheat Varieties Innocent Amid Rising Allergy Levels? – Technology Networks

In recent years, the number of people affected by coeliac disease, wheat allergy or gluten or wheat sensitivity has risen sharply. But why is this the case? Could it be that modern wheat varieties contain more immunoreactive protein than in the past? Results from a study by the Leibniz-Institute for Food Systems Biology at the… Read More »