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Diagnosing Lymphoma

Lymphoma is one of the few types of cancer that can develop and grow in the body without an individual knowing and it is only when the cancer spreads around the body to other organs that obvious ..
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How Can non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Be Detected?

Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is a term that describes a group of over 30 subtypes of lymphoma, each of which grows and differentiates at a different rate and so responds differently to treatment. ..
(February 14, 2007)
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What Exactly is Lymphoma?

Lymphoma is not a single disease, it is in fact a group of diseases in which the cells of the immune system become cancerous and begin to divide and multiply in an uncontrolled manner in a lymph ..
(February 26, 2007)
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Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment of Lymphoma

Would you know if you had lymphoma? Do you even know what to look for? Below is a short description of lymphoma and information on the symptoms to look for, how the doctor will diagnose it and the ..
(May 11, 2007)
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Traveling With Diabetes!

Have Diabetes? You can still go on cruises, family vacations, and world travel! You only need to make a little extra effort to prepare for any emergency so that you have a safe and pleasant vacation. .
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Is There a New Cure for Diabetes After This New Discovery?

Complications from diabetes are the second largest cause of deaths in the United States. Nearly two million people in the United States have Type 1 diabetes which is treated by insulin. Many others ..
(March 05, 2007)
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Continuous Glucose Monitoring Gives Hope For A Brighter Future

Continuous glucose monitoring is giving hope to thousands of diabetics today. A new experimental gadget is now available that checks a diabetic’s blood sugar and lets them know if it falls to a .
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Speech Dysfunctions In Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease often affects the patient’s ability to speak clearly and this is often considered one of its worse symptoms. For many patients, the loss of their ability to communicate ..
(April 08, 2007)
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Why Early Detection of Slow Growing Lymphoma Is Difficult

There are over 30 types of lymphoma that have so far been detected and they can be grouped according to a variety of criteria. One such criterion is how fast the cancer is growing and so lymphomas ..
(April 08, 2007)
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What are the Basics of Parkinson's disease?

Parkinson’s disease was first described in the early 1800s when Dr James Parkinson wrote a paper on what he called ‘the Shaking Palsy’. Surprisingly Dr Parkinson managed to relate the ..
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Who Does Lymphoma Affect?

Lymphoma is a form of cancer that affects a specific type of cell called the lymphocytes. These tiny but incredibly important cells are classed as cells of the immune system and so when they begin to .
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The Bladder and Parkinson's Disease

The term, Parkinsonism, is used to describe a group of conditions that exhibit symptoms such as slowness of movement, rigidity and tremors. A well known and common example of such a condition would ..
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Facts About Diabetes and Diet!

Most diabetics already know that there is some confusion concerning the most appropriate diet for the diabetic. They also know there is no single dietary program that fits all people. This problem ..
(February 26, 2007)
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Diabetes and Pregnant Women

There are two important issues regarding diabetes and pregnancy. The first concerns the diabetic who wants to conceive and carry a healthy baby to full term and delivery (pre-existing diabetes). And ..
(February 13, 2007)
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Keeping the Faith: Turning to Religion When Diagnosed with ..

Being diagnosed with a potentially life threatening medical condition, such as lymphoma, can often cause a person to revaluate their life and many find religion in the process. While some return to a .
(February 11, 2007)
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Can Stress Lead To Diabetes?

Stress is an enemy of your body. And if you are diabetic, then you better stay away from stress. Stress adversely affects various parts of your body. It may lead to coronary heart disease, even ..
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Diabetic Tests and Exams: Do You Have Diabetes?

As the occurrence of diabetes only increases, it is well to know if you have the disease or not. Diabetes requires special tests and exams to monitor blood sugar levels, and diagnosing the disease is .
(February 03, 2007)
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Lymphoma: Who is Susceptible?

Lymphoma, as with virtually every other form of cancer, can strike anybody at any time during their life however some groups are more susceptible to the disease than others. Studies around the world ..
(January 26, 2007)
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Diabetes and Caffeine

The jury is still out on whether or not caffeine leads to diabetic problems. Although researchers in Japan are saying those who drink coffee or green tea can reduce their risk of diabetes, caffeine ..
(January 26, 2007)
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A New Study Reveals the Secret of Reducing Diabetes Risk in Men

Want to escape type 2 diabetes? Start eating dairy foods today! Yes, this is what the studies conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health has revealed. The researchers kept a track on 41,000 ..
(January 22, 2007)
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The Benefits of Exercise for People Who Suffer From ..

Many sufferers of Parkinson’s disease quickly find that various aspects of their life are no longer controllable in the way that they used to be however by exercising regularly Parkinson ..
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How To Stop Lymphoma Ruling Your Life

Being diagnosed with lymphoma will be incredibly stressful and when treatment starts it may be that you are at the hospital five days a week for up to eight weeks at a time. Obviously this is going ..
(January 22, 2007)
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