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Kaizenoncology Network is the Best Cancer Hospital in Hyderabad, offering surgical oncology, radiation oncology, hemato-oncology, medical oncology, paediatric oncology, and haematology, among other services. It enables patients to comprehend the severity of their cancer and, with the right therapy, recover from it. One of the leading causes of death around the globe is cancer. Although many can't win their struggle against cancer, we are here to assist as many cancer patients as possible. Contact us at: 9154143858
28 Jul 2021
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10TH LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE UNITED STATES LARGELY UNKNOWN Severe sepsis is one of the most challenging medical problems in intensive care medicine. It results in more than 200,000 deaths in the United States each year. Sepsis is caused by an overwhelming blood infection, which can originate anywhere in the body. Signs of severe sepsis may include an abnormally high or low body temperature, heart rate, or breathing and overall weakness. These signs may progress quickly, as the body turns on itself while fighting an infection or injury. Vital organs, starved of oxygen, fail. Early recognition and aggressive treatment can mean the difference between life and death, as it was for the patient profiled in this video news release.
17 Dec 2006
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19 Apr 2021
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*******www.DrBruceShelton**** This video by Dr. Bruce Shelton has been forwarded to the Obama-Biden Transition Team on health care reform and the healthcare lowing cost team.Todays question is: What is the leading cause of death in Americans? What to see the answer and the solution for lowering healthcare cost. With 700,000 medical doctors and 300,000 other types of practitioners, only 5,000 of the 700,000 medical doctors understand integrative medicine. Chronic illness is not best treated by allopathic medicine but integrative medicine. Medical costs: $3-4 trillion a year is spent through private insurance and $1.2 trillion spent by medicare and medicade. Linus Pauling beat prostate cancer with taking 30,000 miligrams of vitamin C per day. An average lung patient pays $10,000 for treatment versus a few hundred dollars to be treated through integrative medicine.What is the leading cause of death in Americans? americans what to know and are excited to participate in healthcare cost reduction. Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Dec 2008
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Two students are being hailed as heroes for saving the life of a classmate trying to commit suicide. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people in Oklahoma, and it's a problem that doesn't appear to be getting better.
8 May 2010
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COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is an umbrella term used to describe lung disease associated with airflow obstruction. Most generally, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis, either alone or combined, fall into this category. There is continuing debate as to whether this term also includes asthma. However, as a general rule, it is not included. Although it does have obstructive components, it is in part reversible and is more generally considered a restrictive lung disease. Many with emphysema and chronic bronchitis also have asthma or an asthmatic component to their illness as well. The good news is that COPD, though considered a chronic, debilitating and generally fatal disease, can be managed, controlled and slowed down. We can all lead good and long lives with a great deal of quality and joy even after diagnosis. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with COPD, general well-being and prognosis can improve greatly with proper treatment and care.
7 Mar 2008
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Dr. Patrick Purdue is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and practices in Seminole, Florida. He is nationally board certified in acupuncture, as well as certified in homotoxicology (an advanced, modern approach to homeopathic medicine.) He has completed extensive post-graduate education in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), TCM gynecology and internal medicine, nutrition, naturopathic medicine, as well as many other areas of medicine, and has taught classes in TCM gastroenterology and prolotherapy (an injection protocol to treat chronic joint pain.) Join KC Craichy, Founder & CEO of Living Fuel, as he interviews Dr. Purdue about the dangers of conventional medicine.
11 Sep 2010
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Lifemedinfo is an informative site which provides free medicinal information for men women and children.It gives people a lot of informative knowledge on various diseases and also preventive steps for those diseases.
22 Feb 2012
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November 2006 (Medialink) - Heart attacks are the leading cause of death in our country. The statistics are frightening - 95% of all cardiac arrest victims die before they can get to a hospital. American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines highly recommend the use of an impedance threshold device during CPR. Studies show that the device, which is about the size of a human fist, doubles the amount of blood flow delivering oxygen to vital organs, increasing a cardiac arrest victim's chances of survival. In one city where EMS units regularly use the ResQPOD(r) impedance threshold device, overall resuscitation rates are up nearly 50% -- the highest in nearly 30 years. Medics from Cypress Creek, Texas, will announce those results this week at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association. Unfortunately, not all cities have brought their EMS systems into compliance with the latest AHA guidelines. For more information and approved indications for use, log onto www.advancedcirculatory**** Produced for Advanced Circulatory Systems, Inc.
5 Jan 2007
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The American Diabetes Association’s American Diabetes Alert® is a one-day, "wake-up" call to inform the public about the seriousness of diabetes, particularly when diabetes is left undiagnosed or untreated. American Diabetes Alert® Day encourages those at risk for developing type 2 diabetes to take the American Diabetes Risk Test and, if they score high, to schedule an appointment to see their doctor. The risk test, in English or Spanish, is available in brochure form by calling the Association toll-free at 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383) or by visiting www.diabetes****/risk-test. * Nearly 21 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes – and one third of them are unaware they have the disease. * Another 54 million Americans have pre-diabetes, a condition that puts them at serious risk for developing type 2 diabetes. * Among the primary risk factors for type 2 diabetes are being overweight, sedentary, over the age of 45 and having a family history of diabetes. African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are at an increased risk, as are women who have had babies weighing more than nine pounds at birth. * Unfortunately, people with type 2 diabetes can live for years without realizing that they have the disease. While people with diabetes can exhibit noticeable symptoms, such as frequent urination, blurred vision and excessive thirst, most people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes do not show these overt warning signs at the time that they develop the disease. * Often, type 2 diabetes only becomes evident when people develop one or more of its serious complications, such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye damage, and nerve damage that can lead to amputations. * Diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death by disease and has no cure. The American Diabetes Association is the leading non-profit health organization dedicated to preventing and curing diabetes and to improving the lives of the nearly 21 million children and adults currently living with the disease. Held on the fourth Tuesday of every March, the 19th annual American Diabetes Alert® is March 27, 2007.
27 Mar 2007
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The Memorial Day weekend kicks off the beginning of summer days of fun, but according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), it also kicks off the deadliest driving season of the year. On average, 269 more people die in traffic fatalities each month during the summer than in any other season of the year. Of the 25 deadliest days on American roads over the past five years, 20 of them fell during the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Even more troubling is the fact that motor vehicle crashes are now the leading cause of death for 15-to-20-year-olds in America, with more than 7,000 teens killed annually in vehicle accidents. NHTSA also reports that one in five 16-year-old drivers are involved in collisions during their first year of driving. To help minimize the number of accidents involving teens, Ford Motor Company is working to help teens become better drivers by turning to the Web. Ford is now offering safe driving tips in video format on popular Web sites like****,****, in addition to Ford's interactive teen safe driving Web site, www.drivingskillsforlife****. New tips will be posted each week through early June. The short video spots provide a variety of driving tips for teens and adults delivered by professional instructors from Ford's Driving Skills for Life program. The videos show teens what to do if passenger-side wheels leave the roadway, how to recover in a skid, how to sit properly for safe driving, how to anticipate danger, and when it's important to slow down. Produced for Ford
24 May 2007
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Expanding Awareness On Child Safety In And Around Cars Accidents are the leading cause of death for children, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. And some of the most common and preventable accidents happen in and around automobiles. For 10 years, Safe Kids Worldwide and General Motors have worked to educate parents about proper safety seat use. Now they are working to expand awareness with a new program called Spot the Tot. "Spot the Tot" emphasizes safety both in and around cars. One of the most tragic and preventable accidents is when a driver doesn't see a child playing behind a vehicle as he or she is backing up. It's hard to see them from the rearview and side mirrors, especially when they are a few feet away from the bumper. That's why it's important to get out of the car and do a walk around for a visual check before getting in, adjusting your mirrors and driving away. Produced for General Motors
17 Jul 2007
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