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Your Guide to the New Insurance Marketplaces 10/02/2013 19:25:31
    

The health law’s online marketplaces, also known as exchanges, will be open for enrollment Oct. 1. They will allow individuals and consumers to comparison shop for health insurance , much like they do now online for an airline ticket or a hotel room, and apply for subsidies, if they are eligible. If done well, proponents say, the marketplaces could make it easier to buy health insurance and possibly lead to lower prices because of increased competition. But, if designed or marketed poorly, the exchanges will not attract healthy people and will instead be left with a higher percentage of sicker people that will cause premiums to rise. Here are some answers to common questions about the exchanges: Your Guide to the New Insurance Marketplaces Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise 10/02/2013 12:14:59
    

Exercise is very important in managing type 2 diabetes. Combining diet , exercise, and medicine (when prescribed) can help control your weight and blood sugar level. Exercise helps control type 2 diabetes by: Improving your body’s use of insulin Burning excess body fat, helping to decrease and control weight ( decreased body fat results in improved insulin sensitivity) Improving muscle strength Increasing bone density and strength Lowering blood pressure Helping to protect against heart and blood vessel disease by lowering ‘bad’ LDL cholesterol and increasing ‘good’ HDL cholesterol Improving blood circulation and reducing your risk of heart disease and stroke Increasing energy level and enhancing work capacity Reducing stress, promoting relaxation, and releasing tension and anxie Type 2 Diabetes and Exercise Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycemia) and Diabetes 09/30/2013 20:11:39
    

In people with diabetes , hypoglycemia ( low blood sugar ) develops when there is not enough sugar (glucose) in your body to be used as fuel for cells. A number of different factors can cause hypoglycemia, including certain medications and diet . Certain medical conditions can also make hypoglycemia more common in people with diabetes. Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycemia) and Diabetes Junction Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
12 Reasons to Love the Mediterranean Diet 09/29/2013 19:28:50
    

With the Mediterranean diet, you won’t be counting calories or cutting out major food groups. Instead, the focus is on swapping bad fats for good ones — olive oil instead of butter, fish or poultry instead of red meat, fresh fruit instead of sugary, fancy desserts — and eating your fill of flavorful basics: veggies and beans. Nuts are a mainstay, too, but you should still limit yourself to no more than a handful a day. And you can have whole-grain bread and wine in moderation. 12 Reasons to Love the Mediterranean Diet Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
Urinary Incontinence Men's Guide 09/27/2013 17:42:17
    

What is urinary incontinence in men? Urinary incontinence is the accidental release of urine. It’s not a disease. It’s a symptom of a problem with a man’s urinary tract . Urine is made by the kidneys and stored in a sac made of muscle, called the urinary bladder . A tube called the urethra leads from the bladder through the prostate and penis to the outside of the body. Around this tube is a ring of muscles called the urinary sphincter. As the bladder fills with urine, nerve signals tell the sphincter to stay squeezed shut while the bladder stays relaxed. The nerves and muscles work together to prevent urine from leaking out of the body. When you have to urinate, the nerve signals tell the muscles in the walls of the bladder to squeeze. This forces urine out of the bladder and into the urethra. At the same time the bladder squeezes, the urethra relaxes. This allows urine to pass through the urethra and out of the body. Incontinence can happen for many reasons: Urinary Incontinence Men's Guide Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
High Blood Pressure and Stroke 09/27/2013 17:42:12
    A stroke, sometimes called a “brain attack,” occurs when blood flow to an area in the brain is cut off. As a result, the brain cells, deprived of the oxygen and glucose needed to survive, die. If not caught early, permanent brain damage can result. Uncontrolled high blood pressure increases a person’s stroke risk by four to six times. Over time, hypertension leads to atherosclerosis and hardening of the large arteries. This, in turn, can lead to blockage of small blood vessels in the brain. High blood pressure can also lead to weakening of the blood vessels in the brain, causing them to balloon and burst. The ri sk of stroke is directly related to how high the blood pressure is. High Blood Pressure and Stroke Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.

High Blood Pressure and Stroke
Diabetes Symptoms to Never Ignore 09/27/2013 17:42:00
    One of the keys to leading a healthy life with diabetes is to keep your glucose levels, or blood sugar, in check. As your main source of energy, glucose plays a big role in keeping your body working like it should. If you have either type of diabetes, you need to be aware of symptoms that may mean your glucose is out of balance. Diabetes Symptoms to Never Ignore Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.

Diabetes Symptoms to Never Ignore
Diabetes and Your Mouth 09/26/2013 17:42:20
    

Diabetes puts you at risk for dental problems. It impairs your ability to fight bacteria in your mouth. Having high blood sugar encourages bacteria to grow and contributes to gum disease. You may have gum disease if you have: Diabetes and Your Mouth Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
Sex After a Heart Attack: Is It OK? 09/26/2013 17:42:05
    You’ve had a heart attack, and suddenly your outlook on sex is very different. You used to relish intimacy and pleasure with your partner. But now it seems like a scary proposition. Could sex trigger another heart attack? Will your sex life ever be the same? Portland cardiologist James Beckerman , MD, answers the most common questions about how sex and heart health are connected. Sex After a Heart Attack: Is It OK? Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.

Sex After a Heart Attack: Is It OK?
Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements for High Blood Pressure | GoldenEraMart Health JunctionG 09/25/2013 09:32:13
    

In the past 10 years, many Americans have turned to omega-3 fish oil supplements. Dietary fish and fish oil supplements have benefits for healthy people and also those with heart disease. Omega-3 fish oil contains both docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). Omega-3 fatty acids are very important in preventing and managing heart disease. Findings show omega-3 fish oil may help to: Lower blood pressure Reduce triglycerides Slow the development of plaque in the arteries Reduce the chance of abnormal heart rhythm Reduce the likelihood of heart attack and stroke Lessen the chance of sudden cardiac death in people with heart disease Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements for High Blood Pressure | GoldenEraMart Health JunctionGoldenEraMart Health Junction Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
Heart Attack Symptoms: What To Do in an Emergency 09/24/2013 19:00:55
    

Do you know how to recognize heart attack symptoms? A heart attack usually occurs when there is blockage in one of the heart’s arteries. This is an emergency that can cause death. It requires quick action. Do not ignore even minor heart attack symptoms. Immediate treatment lessens heart damage and saves lives. Recognizing Heart Attack Symptoms Heart attack symptoms vary from person to person. Not all heart attacks begin with the sudden, crushing chest pain that many people picture when they think of a heart attack. In fact, some heart attacks cause no symptoms at all. This is more common in people who have diabetes . Heart attack symptoms may begin slowly, causing mild pain and discomfort. They can occur at rest or while you’re active. Depending on your age, gender, and other medical conditions, symptoms may be more or less severe. Learn here how to recognize heart attack symptoms. Heart Attack Symptoms: What To Do in an Emergency Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
6 Heart Attack Symptoms No Woman Should Miss 09/23/2013 17:02:05
    

Women don’t always get the same classic heart attack symptoms as men, such as crushing chest pain that radiates down one arm. Those heart attack symptoms can certainly happen to women, but many experience vague or even “silent” symptoms that they may miss. 6 Heart Attack Symptoms No Woman Should Miss | GoldenEraMart Health JunctionGoldenEraMart Health Junction Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.
Diabetes and Weight Loss | GoldenEraMart Health Junction 09/22/2013 05:10:26
    

Diabetes and weight loss: It is the yin and yang of optimal health. There’s no question about it. If you’re overweight and have type 2 diabetes, dropping pounds lowers your blood sugar, improves your health, and helps you feel better. But before you start a weight loss plan, it’s important to work closely with your doctor or diabetes educator — because while you’re losing weight, your blood sugar, insulin, and medications need special attention. Make no mistake — No matter how heavy you are, losing weight will significantly lower your blood sugar. A National Institutes of Health study found that a combination of diet and exercise cuts the risk of developing diabetes by 58%. The study involved people who were overweight (average body mass index of 34) and who had high — but not yet diabetic — blood sugar levels. Even losing 10 or 15 pounds has health benefits, according to the American Diabetes Association. It can: Lower blood sugar Reduce blood pressure Improve cholesterol levels Lighten the stress on hips, knees, ankles, and feet Plus, you’ll probably have more energy, get around easier, and breathe easier. Diabetes and Weight Loss | GoldenEraMart Health Junction Visit http://www.goldeneramart.com for all of your home health care tools.


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