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How to Recognize Aphasia?

How to Recognize Aphasia? Aphasia is a condition that affects your ability to communicate. The recent announcement by Bruce Willis’s family that the actor has been diagnosed with aphasia has brought attention to the language disorder, which is relatively common but not well known by the general public. Aphasia can affect your speech, as well as the way you write and understand both spoken and written language. Aphasia typically occurs suddenly after a stroke or a head injury. But it can also come on gradually from a slow-growing brain tumor or a disease that causes progressive, permanent damage . The severity

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Should the Government Add Vitamin D to the Food?

It is estimated that one in six adults have low levels of the vitamin, a lack of which can lead to rickets, disabilities, and bone pain. Almost 20% of children in the UK have Vitamin D levels lower than government recommendations. Unfortunately, about 42% of the US population is vitamin D deficient with some populations having even higher levels of deficiency, including premenopausal women, those with poor nutrition habits, people over age 65, light-skinned people who avoid even minimal sun exposure, and those who take prescription medication long term for heartburn, acid reflux, and constipation. Studies show people with darker

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Cancer survivor hugging friend

One of the main reason that ICRM was created is to help people recognize that we all of us are cancer survivors even If we never ever have cancer

Every second of every minute of every day, a battle of good and evil goes on inside your body. The good is the immune system, armies of cells designed to defend the body from illness and infection. The evil comes in the form of mutated cells that are programmed to do harm. When it comes to cancer, the good guys don’t always win.  Click on the link for a free consultation https://lnkd.in/dke9Ph-f

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How does chemotherapy work?

Chemotherapy works by stopping or slowing the growth of cancer cells, which grow and divide quickly. But it can also harm healthy cells that divide quickly, such as those that line your mouth and intestines or cause your hair to grow. Damage to healthy cells may cause side effects. Often, side effects get better or go away after chemotherapy is over. What does chemotherapy do? Depending on your type of cancer and how advanced it is, chemotherapy can cure cancer, when chemotherapy destroys cancer cells to the point that your doctor can no longer detect them in your body, and

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Superfood to fight cancer

When people hear about the powerful role diet can play in reducing risk of cancer, it’s not surprising that they wonder about the “best” foods to provide protection. And you hear claims touting a wide range of foods as “superfoods” — supposedly providing the ultimate amounts and combinations of nutrients and natural plant compounds for antioxidant, cancer-fighting power. Nutrition plays an important role in the clinical course for a cancer patient, as it helps in maintaining healthy body weight and supporting healing, repair, and recovery. A healthy, nutritious diet is essential to keep up the defence mechanism to fight infections,

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Does Phellinus linteus help against cancer?

Phellinus linteus is a yellow, bitter-tasting mushroom that is used in traditional medicine in Asia where it is often mixed with Reishi and Maitake. It is as an adjunctive treatment during cancer therapy. Phellinus linteus has been shown in some test tube studies to inhibit growth of tumor. One study which was done in patients with pancreatic cancer suggested that Phellinus may be helpful as an add-on therapy which means to add it to the conventional treatment. There were also few cases of liver and prostate cancers where the cancer did shrink after consuming this mushroom. Phellinus linteus also has

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