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Type-2 diabetes, a blood disorder where your pancreas produces obscene levels of blood sugar, can be controlled when adults works to maintain a healthy lifestyle, particularly in regard to their diet. In recent years, one popular vegetable has moved to the forefront, not only as a symbol of healthy eating, but as a sure way to control your blood sugar levels. With diabetes or pre-diabetes afflicting nearly half the United States population, it has never been ore necessary for Americans to rework their diet to a firm position of healthy...

Vitamin D has often been praised for its ability to regulate insulin levels in your body.   Recent research, however, is revealing that the hope we place in the Vitamin might have been premature. In a study involving over 2,000 Adults that was conducted by the New England Journal of Medicine, there was no statistically significant difference between groups who were administered Vitamin D and those who were simply administered a placebo.[1] But if Vitamin D does not provide statistically relevant results to support insulin levels, what can? There are...

Type 2 diabetes is America’s common affliction. Nearly half of American’s could have the disease or could be on the way to developing it.   While the disease can often lead to numbness throughout your body, increased urination, or excessive fatigue—a more serious manifestation of the disease begins with blurry vision and may even lead to blindness. It is called diabetic retinopathy.  And yes, it is that serious, because it is irreversible, there is no going back from when the disease begins to escalate and manifest. Diabetic retinopathy occurs from...

Although Turmeric might have just been the colorful spice you see served on meats at an Indian Restaurant, the benefits of the plant extend far beyond its general tastiness.   In past years, researchers have been uncovering the ways that turmeric and its powerful ingredient Curcumin can help fight oxidation in your blood and throughout your body and your mind. This plays the largest role in reducing inflammation—the most damaging outgrowth from oxidized cells. Curcumin works to address the problem of oxidation at its source by helping repair and fortify...

Millions of Americans suffer from Age-Related Macular Degeneration, an eye disease which degenerates your retina and is a leading cause of blindness among aging Americans.    This is why doctors have begun to work overtime in finding ways to address the disease through stem cell research, using our own stem cells to replace the cells lost in Macular Degeneration.[1] There are two forms of Age-Related Macular Degeneration: Wet, and dry. Dry AMD affects 80% of all those who suffer from the disease and was the subject of a recent stem...

For thousands of years in human development prior to the ascent of our technological age, individuals likely had the following night time routine.     They would likely spend a few hours cleaning animal waste, mopping the floors, or whispering bedtime tales to their children. As the home got dark, they would pull out wax candles, or read a book by a rickety fireplace. As your eyes sauntered off and your body waned from the work of the day, you likely tucked under your bed and blew out your candles....

Recently, doctors conducted and 11-Minute magnetic neurostimulation to reduce corneal staining of the eyes in 15 patients. As it proved to be a safe treatment, patients with dry eye also reported a significant increase in their quality of life. These treatments, however, are in their Beta phase—and will not be available on the market for some time. This does not mean that the near term does provide ways for you to reduce the impact dry eye has on your quality of life. Dry eye, a disease in which your eyes...

"Damage to the retina can lead to irreparable loss of vision in humans and other mammals because their retinas do not regenerate," remarked Dr. Ross A. Poché, assistant professor of molecular physiology and biophysics.[1]   The Human Retina, which is composed of a layer of specialized nerve cells to mediate vision, is located in the back of your eye and does not recover after it is damaged.  This makes your retinal health, which is key to vibrant and colorful vision, all the more essential to preserve before it degenerates. An incurable eye...

  Wills Eye Hospital recently launched a center to conduct research on the many ways your brain connects to your eyes.[1]   Speaking to one interview, the head doctor of research, Robert C. Sergott, remarked how “ophthalmology and neurology are inextricably linked.”   The doctor was right. There are many ways in which the health of your brain provides indicators to the state of your neurological health, particularly your retina and your optic nerve. These features of your eyes can provide early indicators for the onset of a stroke, Alzheimer’s,...

A recent study on the effects of Lasik surgery and dry eye has overturned many common myths about the disorder.    Dry eye disease comes into effect when you do not have enough tears to nourish your eyes. Tears play an essential role in overall eye health. Without the necessary lubricants, your eyes may be triggered by environmental factors and become dry or scratchy. Currently, the median age for those most affected by dry eye is 50, while the disease afflicts nearly 20% of the population.  Anyone who experiences dry eye...