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Health Tips / What are the TOP NUTRIENTS??
« on: September 11, 2012, 11:18:27 AM »
• Calcium:- Low-fat milk, broccoli, turnip greens, yogurt/cheese, cereal
• Folic Acid:- Fortified cereal, green leafy veggies, whole grain cereal,
• Fiber:- Bran, whole grain cereal, apples, pears, raw veggies
• Iron:- Ragi, dates, roasted channa, green leafy vegetables, chicken, ground beef, seafood,
•Fluids:- Water, butermilk, juices,coconut water
• Omega 3:- Wild salmon, halibut, non-white tuna, sardines, walnuts, Flax seeds, Pumpkin seeds
• Isoflavones:- Soy, red wine, purple grapes, pomegranate, cranberries..!

Eye and Vision disorders / Pterygium (Surfer's Eye)
« on: August 13, 2012, 11:40:57 AM »
Pterygium(Surfer's eye) is a benign(non-cancerous) growth of the conjunctive tissue grows from the white part (from the nasal side) of the sclera.The growths do not affect vision unless they extend close to the pupil. It is more common in people who work outside with exposure to sunlight (UV rays) and wind.They are more common in men and people living closer to the equator

Risk factors:
The cause is unknown but it is more common in people with excess outdoor exposure to sunlight,wind, dust,sand and people who live near equator such as farmers,fishermen..

-Painless area of raised white tissue, with blood vessels on the inner or outer edge of the cornea
-Inflamed and cause burning, irritation, or a feeling like there's something foreign in the eye.

The growths do not affect vision unless they extend close to the pupil. They can be surgically removed if they extend into the visual field but usually they are just a cosmetic nuisance.Sunglasses and hats may protect from pterygium may prevent the condition from returning.

Health Tips / Non-Dairy calcium sources
« on: August 13, 2012, 09:55:11 AM »
-Soy Milk
-Kidney Beans

ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat) / Hearing loss in older people.
« on: December 06, 2011, 10:24:49 AM »
Hi all i just wanted to know the hearing loss in older people.My grand mother is 70 and she is suffering from this ,its get worsening day by day.What are the causes of hearing loss in older people?How it can be treated ?Is it curable?

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