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Weight Loss Center has a growing library of weight loss, health, and diet-related articles to help our visitors meet their weight loss goals, manage their weight and live healthy lives. We hope that you find our Health Articles informative and helpful.

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The Many Ways Caffeine Affects Your Entire Body

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Everything that we eat or drink can impact our health, so it’s not surprising that there are many ways caffeine affects your entire body. Though we tend to think of caffeine as a harmless substance as far as our health is concerned, just the opposite is true. For a long time, many of us have put more thought and effort...

 Obesity Increases the Risk of These 5 Diseases

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We know that being overweight can be a problem in and of itself, but obesity increases the risk of certain health problems specifically. Those who are considered to be obese want to try hard to get the weight under control before it’s too late. If somebody in this condition can work to lose the weight, then they dramatically decrease their...

5 Incredible Health Benefits of Swimming

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Swimming is one of the best exercises you can do for your weight and your overall body health. We will discuss here the health benefits of swimming. Swimming is a great form of exercise simply because it works the entire body from head to toe. Depending on the types of strokes that you perform you could be exercising all large...

Shocking Obesity Problems

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We hear so much about the rise of obesity, yet we may not realize just how many obesity problems are linked to this. Sure, you may find that you are at greater risk for certain health conditions, but it may run even deeper than that. We all know that those who are obese are at a greater risk of certain...

Iodine and Thyroid Health

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Iodine is what runs that little gland in the throat area that runs a lot of your weight and temperature as well as many other very important bodily functions. The entire body needs iodine--not just the thyroid. There are actually iodine supplements that you can take over the counter when you have certain iodine issues. It is sometimes recommended to...

Why It's Nearly Impossible to Be Sedentary and Healthy

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You may not realize the importance of the relationship, but there is a very direct link to how difficult it is to be sedentary and healthy. Sure you may have enjoyed fine health for some time, but it will often catch up with you. There are a lot of ways that people justify their lack of activity and it almost...

Weight-Loss-Center Cancer Causes

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There are many cancer causes that are unusual and may give you an aha moment when you read about them and learn the facts. Some of them are things we do everyday in our general lives--in our cooking, eating and beauty routines. In general we hear over and over again the same cancer causes--like smoking and polluted air and food....

Carcinoid Syndrome

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Carcinoid syndrome is essentially a disease of the endocrine system. It is a series of symptoms that happens when tumors form within this system. The symptoms appear when there is too much serotonin being produced via hormonal changes caused by the tumors.   Carcinoid Syndrome Prognosis:   Carcinoid syndrome is curable but the tricky part of it is--the symptoms generally...

The World's Rarest Diseases

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The last thing you want to hear from a physician’s mouth is--”We don’t know much about what you have. You have one of the world’s rarest diseases". But for people who have diseases that affect less than 200,000 people this is what they will hear, it is hard to believe that there is a disease we know nothing about in...

Anaphylaxis Prevention

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You may not recognize it by name, but anaphylaxis can be a very serious allergic reaction. In essence this is a severe allergic reaction in an individual that can show itself in a variety of ways. We are hearing more about this these days, particularly in children, with allergies to many household products and foods being more and more common....

How to Heal Winter Chapped Skin

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It can be so frustrating and yet a very real part of the season. That common winter chapped skin can drive you crazy. It may start with something simple at first like a little itching. It may progressively get worse though and that’s when you want to find a solution and fast. If you find yourself getting dry, itchy, chapped,...

Acne Causes and Treatments

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It can be frustrating as a child and perhaps even more so as an adult, and so finding the most common acne causes and related treatments can be imperative. We tend to think of acne as something that exists only for those that are younger and going through adolescence, but this simply isn’t true. For those that suffer from it,...

Ways to Relieve Acid Reflux

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If you suffer from it then you know firsthand just how frustrating it can be, and so learning how to relieve acid reflux on your own can be quite important. Sure there are a number of medications out there which can be quite helpful. The truth is though that if you try to take matters into your own hands and...

Hypoglycemia

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Hypoglycemia, also called low blood sugar, occurs when your blood glucose (blood sugar) level drops too low to provide enough energy for your body's activities. In adults or children older than 10 years, hypoglycemia is uncommon except as a side effect of diabetes treatment, but it can result from other medications or diseases, hormone or enzyme deficiencies, or tumors.   ...

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

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The typical bowel is a 25 foot long muscular tube (made up of the small and large intestines) that normally contracts in a slow, relaxed, measured way. The bowel becomes irritated when the rhythm of these contractions changes by speeding up or becoming irregular. The result is a painful, chronic and incurable condition known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).   ...

Blood Pressure

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Everyone has 'blood pressure'. It is a measure of how hard your heart has to work in order to pump blood around your body. The 'normal' level is usually said to be 120 (systolic) over 80 (diastolic), although this varies with age, stress and activity. If your blood pressure is higher than 140/90, you should have a chat with your...

Crohn's Disease

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Crohn's disease (also called ileitis or enteritis) is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract, although it typically occurs in the lower part of the small intestine (ileum). The symptoms of Crohn's disease fluctuate in severity and, not unlike irritable bowel syndrome and ulcerative colitis, these symptoms include abdominal pain, commonly in the...

Insulin Resistance

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Insulin is a protein that is produced by the pancreas. Following a meal containing carbohydrates (sugars) insulin is secreted by the pancreas in response to the increase in blood sugar. Insulin proteins then travel throughout the bloodstream and attach themselves to insulin receptors on the surface of the body’s cells. When a cell has insulin attached to its surface, the...

Gastritis

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There are quite a few things that can go wrong with the body, and some of them pop up when you are dieting. At times, your dieting habits can contribute to the problem, or at the very least, can bring the problems to the surface. Gastritis is just one of these things, and it can be something that limits your...

Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome

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Zollinger-Ellison syndrome, also known as ZES, is an unusual disorder where there is an increased level of hormone gastrin produced, causing excess hydrochloric acid to be produced in the stomach. These excess acids, in turn, lead to peptic ulcers. A rare disorder causes ulcers and tumors in the pancreas and duodenum. The pancreas is a gland situated at the back...

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