Tag: Canada

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Inflammatory Bowel Disease

IBD (Inflammatory bowel disease) is classed as an autoimmune disease that can be very serious to your health. IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome) is a disorder that affects the function of the bowel. There are many patients who have inflammatory bowel disease and conventional treatment has not worked who have then had large areas of their [...]

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AGS Cancer Treatment – A Very Effective Alternative Treatment for Cancer

AGS Cancer Treatment – A Very Effective Alternative Treatment for Cancer

AGS cancer treatment happens to be a very effective alternative treatment for cancer and is thus treated as a very important method nowadays – and deservingly so. Cancer can affect the human cells and, in turn, make abnormal cells multiply uncontrollably and affect other body parts through lymph nodes, tissues and blood. This disease is [...]

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A Complete List of Addiction Statistics in Canada

A Complete List of Addiction Statistics in Canada

Incidence and Prevalence – 1 out of 5 Canadians will end up experiencing some form of mental illness at one point or another, while the other 4 will know somebody else who will. – 1 out of 10 Canadians aged 15 years old and above report problems involving alcohol or drug dependence. – 3.8% of [...]

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Scleroderma Can Be Linked to Genetics

Scleroderma Can Be Linked to Genetics

A genetic link to the systemic form of scleroderma has been found by scientists from The University of Texas Health Centre who believe that it could be possible to develop a cure after gaining a comprehensive understanding of the genetic nature of the disease. Approximately 100,000 people in the United States alone are affected by [...]

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Is Restless Leg Syndrome Hereditary?

Is Restless Leg Syndrome Hereditary?

Restless leg syndrome is experienced by 10% of people at one point during their life. It causes an unpleasant sensation in one or both legs, which requires them to walk, shake or move their legs in some way in order to ease the feeling. 5 million British people alone suffer from the condition but there [...]

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Diet May Prevail Over Genes in Risk of Heart Disease

Diet May Prevail Over Genes in Risk of Heart Disease

A study conducted by researchers from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada has recently been published in PLoS Medicine and the study appears to indicate that even those at higher risk of heart disease because of their genes can also minimize their risk. The study was carried out by Sonia S. Anand, MD, PhD, who [...]

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City living, stress and mental health

City living, stress and mental health

An article in the Daily Mail tells us that people who live in the country are happier and people who live in a city think differently which means they are more likely to suffer mental illness because of this. How they gleaned this information when the German researchers admit that they did not assess participants [...]

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