How Much Weight Should You Gain During Pregnancy?
Share on PinterestIllustration by Alyssa KieferCongratulations, you’re pregnant! You’re now experiencing firsthand that your body is capable of miraculous feats including increasing its blood volume by almost 50 percent — part of that weight gain we’re talking about. As you grow this new budding life, your body also blossoms. The extra pregnancy pounds help to nurture yourXem thêm
When She Couldn’t Find the Type 2 Diabetes Support She Needed, Mila Clarke Buckley Began Helping Others Cope
Type 2 diabetes advocate Mila Clarke Buckley partnered with us to talk about her personal journey and about Healthline’s new app for those living with type 2 diabetes.Share on PinterestT2D Healthline is a free app for people living with type 2 diabetes. The app is available on the App Store and Google Play. Download here.Mila Clarke Buckley found herself overworked and burned out at 26 years oldXem thêm
How Technology Helps the Type 2 Diabetes Community
Share on PinterestIllustration by Brittany EnglandT2D Healthline is a free app for people living with type 2 diabetes. The app is available on the AppStore and Google Play. Download here.Many people turn to the internet to help find resources for managing their type 2 diabetes.In fact, research shows that people whose doctors use internet-based interventions for type 2 diabetes have lower incidencXem thêm
What to Know About Gastric Sleeve Weight Loss Surgery
One way to tackle obesity is with bariatric surgery. This type of surgery involves removing or reducing the size of your stomach. Bariatric surgery typically leads to rapid weight loss. Gastric sleeve surgery is one of several types of bariatric surgery options. Medical professionals usually call it vertical sleeve gastrectomy.In this article, you’ll take a closer look at what’s involvXem thêm
How Do Gastric Sleeve and Gastric Bypass Surgeries Differ?
A procedure that helps you lose weight is called bariatric surgery. It’s an option when you need to lose a lot of weight, especially if improving your diet, becoming more active, and diet pills haven’t worked. Two of the most common bariatric procedures are gastric sleeve surgery and gastric bypass surgery.There are similarities between the two procedures, but there are also key differXem thêm
Causes of Terry’s Nails and How to Treat Them
Share on PinterestNormally, you can see the pink nail bed underneath the clear hard nail plate in a fingernail. Most people have a white half-moon shape at the base of the nail called the lunula.Changes in the color of your nails can sometimes be a sign that you have a disease or medical condition. Nails that are entirely white except for a small band of pink or brown at the tip are called Terry&rXem thêm
The 5 Best Low Carb Noodles
Share on PinterestDesign by Alexis LiraIf you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works.Do you love noodles? Me too. Is it possible to enjoy noodles when you’re following a low carb diet? Absolutely! They may not be the type of noodles you’re used to eating, but there are plenty of delicious options.I’ve been living and cooking withXem thêm
11 Benefits of Cycling, Plus Safety Tips
Share on PinterestCycling is a low impact aerobic exercise that offers a wealth of benefits. It also varies in intensity, making it suitable for all levels. You can cycle as a mode of transport, for casual activity, or as an intense, competitive endeavor.Cycling is a wonderful workout that keeps you active. It can help shape a healthy lifestyle, both physically and mentally. Continue reading to taXem thêm
Is Type 1 Diabetes Genetic?
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system attacks cells in the pancreas that produce insulin.Insulin is the hormone that’s responsible for moving glucose into the cells. Without insulin, the body can’t regulate blood sugar levels, which can lead to dangerous complications in people with this condition. Type 1 diabetes is thought to be caused primarily by genXem thêm
Can Diabetes Cause Brain Fog?
Diabetes — type 1 or type 2 — is a condition where the body doesn’t produce enough insulin or use insulin properly. Insulin (a hormone created by the pancreas) allows the body to use sugar or glucose for energy. This hormone regulates blood sugar, which is important because sugar is a main source of energy for many cells. It’s also essential for normal functioning of organsXem thêm