6 December 2021 adminChronic Illnesses

Lower your cholesterol. Cholesterol is a waxy substance that is found in all the cells of our body and it looks like fat. Cholesterol is necessary since it helps our body to produce hormones that, consecutively, promotes a better digestion of food and also vitamin D. 

On the other hand, it should be noted that the body itself produces the necessary cholesterol and there are many foods that contain this substance.

If you have high blood cholesterol, it can stick to other substances in your blood to form plaque. This is dangerous because it sticks to the walls of your blood vessels, producing a disease called arteriosclerosis, narrowing of the coronary arteries and many more.


2 December 2021 adminChronic Illnesses

Diagnose a thyroid problem. The thyroid is a gland that is found in the upper area of the clavicle – specifically in the neck –  and it is shaped like a butterfly. This gland has a high hormonal production; these hormones are responsible for controlling many bodily activities, having a direct effect on the body’s metabolism.

Sometimes the thyroid gland does not work properly for some reason, and here we are going to give you the list of some tests to rule out a thyroid problem.


19 November 2021 adminHealthy Living

Technology and Healthcare. According to the health resource services administration (HRSA), telehealth refers to “the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration”.

There are many options for Telehealth, you can talk live to your doctor over your smartphone or video chat, receive and send messages using secure messaging and secure file sharing.

Also, you can use remote monitoring. This is when your doctor can check on you at home without being there. An example is when you use a device to check your vital signs and let your doctor know about your status and progress.


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