Blood Vessels, Part 2: Crash Course A&P #28

Blood Vessels, Part 2: Crash Course A&P #28

Why is everybody so worried about high blood pressure? I mean, of all of the millions of things that could go fatally wrong in your body at any given moment, it doesn’t seem like the biggest threat you face is that your blood might be pumping a little too hard. A heartbeat that’s too strong? […]

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Take the Pressure Off: Your Kidneys and Your Health

Take the Pressure Off: Your Kidneys and Your Health

Take the pressure off: your kidneys and your health. High blood pressure is the 2nd leading cause of kidney failure after diabetes. If you have high blood pressure, you’re at risk for chronic kidney disease, which can lead to kidney failure. Kidney disease also increases your chances of stroke, heart attack, and death. Early-stage kidney […]

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Diabetes and Blood Pressure: What To Know

Diabetes and Blood Pressure: What To Know

You probably know that lowering your A1c can reduce your risk of complications over time, but actually lowering blood pressure has an even bigger effect. Believe it or not, blood pressure is probably the most important single number for people with diabetes. Blood pressure that’s too high puts extra stress on your blood vessels. Over […]

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Healthy Diabetes Recipes – Protein Pasta Pronto

Healthy Diabetes Recipes – Protein Pasta Pronto

(upbeat music) – Hi I’m Toby Smithson with DiabetesEveryDay, where you will learn tips and tricks for successfully managing your diabetes. Remember to hit the subscribe button. I often hear that people with diabetes really miss eating pasta. So today, we will preparing a diabetes-friendly vegetarian recipe called Protein Pasta Pronto from fellow dietitian Kim […]

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Chronic Kidney Disease, Animation

Chronic Kidney Disease, Animation

Chronic kidney disease, CKD, is a gradual loss of renal function, typically developing over the course of months or years. Many conditions, both within and outside the kidneys, can cause progressive damage to the kidneys over time, leading to CKD. Of these, most common are diabetes and hypertension, both of which directly damage blood vessels […]

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Disease is Different – The Two Phases of an SBS (Part 5)

Disease is Different – The Two Phases of an SBS (Part 5)

How does an SBS play out? If symptoms occur as part of a meaningful biological special program, is their course also meaningful; do they follow a plan? Disease is Different The Two Phases of an SBS (Part 5) Optimally, an SBS runs in two phases, as Dr. Hamer writes in the Second Biological Natural Law: […]

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