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Blood Sugar Normal Range Mar 25, 2016

Fasting blood sugar normal range should be between 70-92 mg/dl, and should not go above 120 mg/dl after meal. Know about the tests to watch out for diabetes. View Full Article...

Ferritin Normal Range Mar 24, 2016

Ferritin normal range is different for people of various ages. Ferritin tells how much iron is in your body, both higher and lower levels may indicate a problem. View Full Article...

Difference Between HDL and LDL Mar 24, 2016

What is the difference between HDL and LDL? Simply put, HDL is good while LDL is bad. Read on to find out why and how do you maintain a balance between the both? View Full Article...

What Causes Sickle Cell Anemia? Mar 17, 2016

What causes sickle cell anemia? It's a genetic disorder that causes symptoms like fatigue, growth issues, and more. Medical treatments and home remedies can help you feel better. View Full Article...

Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Reversed? Mar 15, 2016

Can type 2 diabetes be reversed? Yes, it is possible to reverse type 2 diabetes temporarily by bariatric surgery or following Paleo diet in some people. View Full Article...

Septic Shock Mortality Rate Mar 14, 2016

Septic shock mortality rate has decreased to 30-40% with advances in treatments, but it's essential to act quickly to get early diagnosis and aggressive treatment. View Full Article...

Leukemia Survival Rate Mar 14, 2016

Leukemia survival rate varies for different types. And it will be influenced by difference factors such as age, gender and race. But overall, the rate is increasing. View Full Article...

Cholesterol Levels by Age Mar 10, 2016

Maintaining recommended cholesterol levels by age group is extremely important to avoid complications like heart diseases and stroke. A good diet, regular exercise, etc. can help. View Full Article...

Hemiplegia vs. Hemiparesis Mar 08, 2016

Comparing hemiplegia vs. hemiparesis, they both involve half side of the body, but the severity differs. Learn the differences with ways to manage both conditions in a better way. View Full Article...

What Is High Red Blood Cell Count? Mar 04, 2016

Your high red blood cell count may be caused by chronic hypoxia or certain tumor. Accepting phlebotomy and taking medicines like hydroxycarbamide may ease your symptoms. View Full Article...

 
 
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