The German Society for Vascular Surgery and Vascular Medicine said that recurring leg pain while walking or climbing stairs portends what is known as peripheral artery disease. The association explained that it is a form of atherosclerosis, which appears when low-density cholesterol moves from the blood to settle on the walls of the arteries, and the arteries are damaged, resulting in high blood pressure, noting that smokers, obese people, and people with diabetes are more likely to suffer from it. Symptoms also include numbness, weakness in the legs, cold, pale legs and difficulty in wound healing. A doctor should be consulted as soon as symptoms are noticed for treatment with blood-thinning medications, and a healthy lifestyle based on healthy nutrition and exercise while quitting smoking.
“The breast was removed and the disease went to the liver” .. In the video .. the story of “Hanouf Al-Tuwan” who has cancer in the fourth stage
Al-Marsad newspaper: Cancer fighter Hanouf Al-Tuwan said that she will keep smiling until the last day of her life.
Hanouf Al-Tuwan has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, since 2019, which caused a mastectomy, and then the disease went to the liver, after chemotherapy.
Al-Tawyan added during her appearance on Al-Ekhbariya channel: “I had cancer in the breast and it was removed, it was directed to the liver, and now there is a suspicion that the second end of the breast has been infected.”
She continued fighting cancer, that immediately after removing the first part of her breast, she went through a difficult psychological state, but she overcame that despite the long time.
A Saudi nurse reveals the details of her pregnancy, breast cancer, and how she overcame the disease – video
Al-Marsad newspaper: The nurse, “Samia Al-Enezi,” revealed the details of her breast cancer during her pregnancy.
And she said during an interview with the mbc program in a week, “In the last months of pregnancy, I felt the presence of a very small mass in my chest, and I did not take it seriously and that it poses a threat to my health, my life and the safety of my pregnancy.”
She indicated that she was unable to breastfeed her two children; She underwent chemotherapy, but with her faith, perseverance, patience, concern for her health, and her high health education, she was able to continue her treatment, and completed the chemotherapy and radiotherapy program.
She pointed out that she is now a nurse in the hospital, and she is in good health.
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Wednesday 05 October 2022
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Brain exercises have proven effective in delaying Alzheimer’s disease, and have improved the condition in many patients.
Here are some brain exercises that can prove effective in preventing the disease, as mentioned in “time’s of India”.
According to a 2011 research study, playing crossword puzzles delayed the onset of Alzheimer’s by 2 to 5 years.
The study titled “Association of Crossword Engagement with Memory Decline in People with Dementia,” published in the Journal of the International Neuropsychiatric Association, stresses the importance of cognitive stimulation of leisure activities for mental health issues such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
Aside from the fact that many researchers have found chess to be effective, the amount of mental exercise that goes into playing chess is proof in itself that it is one of the best brain exercises ever.
Experts said that playing Sudoku can prevent complications such as Alzheimer’s disease, which can be prevented by solving Sudoku, crossword puzzles and chess because they stimulate the brain and keep it active, said Professor Shailendra Mohan Tripathi, a faculty member in the Department of Mental Health on Aging at the University of King George Medical Center (KGMU) for TOI.
Eating bread and white rice increases the chances of infection with this dangerous disease! • Al Marsad newspaper
Al-Marsad newspaper: A recent medical study revealed the dangers of consuming refined grains such as bread and white rice, noting that this dietary behavior is linked to a higher risk of coronary artery disease.
The study showed that eating refined grains is similar to adopting a diet rich in sugars and oils.
According to the study, eating whole grains, such as whole-grain bread, whole oats or quinoa, was associated with a lower risk of early coronary artery disease.
The study indicated that grains lose important nutrients when they are milled into flour, in order to prolong their shelf life, according to the agency “UBI”.
Amelie Champagne, from Montreal, Canada, a 22-year-old girl who spent years suffering from Lyme disease has committed suicide. Basic”.
According to her father, a retired home company CEO, the 22-year-old spent years suffering from many physical symptoms, but she did not know the reason behind these pains, and was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease, but despite modern treatments, the The disease severely affected her brain.
Lyme disease is caused by a rare bacterium transmitted to humans by the bite of an infected blacklegged tick. Typical symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue, and rash.