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WHAT WOMEN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT BREAST CANCER

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BREAST CANCER is not an infectious or transmissible disease. At present, there are no known viral or bacterial infections linked to the development of breast cancer. Breast cancer mostly occurs in females with the following traits: Over 40 years old, Obese, Harmful use of alcohol…

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Skincare: How to avoid having acne?

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Oily face is one of the most common people who tend to have acnes. If you choose the right product and take good care of your skin, having acne should not be your concern. Prestige Hospital would like to share 4 tips to stay acne free.

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5 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Stroke by 80%

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Stroke is a very dangerous disease which can also be called “Brain Attack”. Stroke can damage your damage your brain and result in mild to severe liabilities. These illnesses can include thinking problem, problem with speaking, and mental health. These are 5 ways to reduce the risk of stroke by 80%:

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Diabetes: 7 Ways to avoid Type 2 Diabetes

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Diabetes is a chronic disease which can be very deadly if not taken care of properly. To avoid type 2 diabetes, our Endocrinologist in Prestige Hospital recommends the following 7 steps: 1. Cut down on sugary and carbohydrate rich food, 2. Exercise regularly…

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Endoscopy: How to keep your digestive system healthy

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Your daily consumption is important for your digestive system as it help you in breaking down what you eat into small pieces and provide the nutrients into different parts of your body. The common conditions of an unhealthy digestive system are Gastro-esophageal reflux and Stomach ulcers.  

Here are what you should do to have  better digestive health: 
– Eat a high-fiber diet such as whole grains, vegetables, and fruits. 
– Eat protein food, meat, select lean cuts such as pork loin and limit portion size.  
– Stay hydrated 
– Eat on schedule 
– Exercise regularly 
– Manage stress 
– Skip the bad habits: smoking, excessive caffeine, and alcohol.  

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Alzheimer: 3 Stages of Alzheimer

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Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological illness which lowers the ability of the patient to think and malfunction. This disorder has severe effects on:   
1. Memory
2. Ability to communicate
3. Character judgement
4. General understanding
Most Alzheimer’s disorder arises in humans over 60 years of age. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s disorder (dementia) consist of a lesser ability to talk, progressive loss of memory, behavioral troubles, and loss of introspection. The signs and symptoms of this disorder are divided into 3 levels:  Early stage, intermediate stage, and final stage.

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