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Reduce the risk of obesity

Reduce the Risk of Obesity   Obesity often comes with many health risks that make it a silent killer. Bariatric surgery can help to reduce these risks.  

The Diplomatic Council Certificate Awarded

  “Founded in 2010, Temos International Healthcare Accreditation is the only worldwide independent accreditation body focused on the quality of international patient management from the medical and non-clinical perspectives. With regional offices spread around the world, the German-based Temos…

Obesity increases the risk of diabetes

Obesity may increase the risk of many health problems. One of them is diabetes type 2, which accounts for 95% of people with diabetes. 4 in 5 patients are overweight or obese. The symptoms might not be severe but being able to recognize them is important. The links between obesity and type 2…

6 Smart Tips for Diabetic Foot Care in Rainy Season

 Diabetes can be dangerous for your feet. Even a small cut can cause serious consequences. Diabetes may cause nerve damages that take away the feeling in your feet. Diabetes may also reduce blood flow to the feet, making it harder to heal an injury or resist infections. Due to these problems, you…


Diabetes is a disease in which the body has an abnormal level of blood sugar over an extended period of time. Symptoms may include the need to urinate often, feeling dehydrated, and bouts of hunger. Without treatment and care it may lead to complications such as heart disease, myocardial…

Let's Get to know Hemoglobin A1C

Let's Get to Know Hemoglobin A1C       Hemoglobin A1c indicates the average level of blood sugar (glucose) that has accumulated over the past 2-3 months. It means that if we over consume foods with sugar; our body will be unable to use that amount, so the surplus will be stored in the blood…

Why measure blood sugar levels?

Why should we measure blood sugar levels? To diagnose individuals displaying symptoms or who are at risk of diabetes To evaluate a treatment or assess potential complications that may result from diabetes. To prevent complications that may occur from having too high or too low blood sugar…

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

IBS: Irritable bowel syndrome- is a condition associated with abnormal functioning of the gastrointestinal system and is one of the most commonly experienced disorders of the gastrointestinal system. Symptoms Patients with IBS may experience abdominal pain, or discomfort. For the majority the pain…

Pressure Ulcers – Dangers If Left Untreated

  Pressure ulcers or bedsores are areas of breakdown in the skin. This usually occurs over areas where there is little cushion between the bone and the skin, commonly the tailbone, the heels, and the hips. Pressure ulcers can develop even with the best of care. There are many risk factors for the…

Things Women Should Know About Endometriosis

  Painful menstruation should not be overlooked as it may be a sign of an illness. Endometriosis is a kind of disorder in which tissues that normally lines the inside of a uterus grows outside the uterus. This can cause pain especially during your periods. Fortunately, there are effective…