Saturday, January 12, 2019 by: Ellaine Castillo Tags: 25-hydroxyvitamin D, anti-inflammatory, badhealth, badnutrition, C-reactive protein, cardiometabolic disease, CRP, fibrinogen, inflammation, inflammatory diseases, inflammatory markers, nutrients, vitamin D, vitamin D deficiency, white blood cells (Natural News) Vitamin D is an important nutrient that plays a pivotal role in preventing diseases like cancer and diabetes. Unfortunately, a large portion of the world’s population is grossly deficient in this essential nutrient. Estimates show that approximately 1 billion people suffer from low vitamin D levels in their blood. This is a great cause for concern since recent studies are finding even more reasons why this vitamin is necessary for maintaining health. Recently, a team of scientists from institutes in London, Australia, and Brazil found that vitamin D deficiency leads to an increase in inflammatory markers. As a person ages, they become more susceptible … [Read more...] about More reasons to soak up that healthy sunlight: Low levels of vitamin D linked to inflammatory markers
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Health Few young women are tested for the sexually transmitted infections that cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), a condition that can severely damage reproductive organs, according to a new study. Across 48 pediatric hospitals and more than 10,000 PID patients ages 12 to 21, only 22 percent of young women were tested for HIV, and 27 percent were screened for syphilis. Only 18 percent were tested for both, researchers found in a study published Tuesday in the journal Pediatrics, suggesting that STI testing is insufficient and delays necessary treatment. PID occurs when untreated sexually transmitted infections like HIV and syphilis infiltrate a woman’s reproductive organs, and it can result in infertility and ectopic pregnancy. Of the 2.5 million reported PID cases, more than 20 percent occurred in young women, lead author Dr. Monika Goyal said, likely tied to the high prevalence of STIs among young people ages 15 to 24. Doctors were more likely to screen younger, … [Read more...] about Doctors Rarely Screen Young Women With Pelvic Inflammatory Disease for HIV or Syphilis, Study Says
Health Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually Transmitted Infections Sexual Health Various news outlets in the UK have reported that emerging sex disease Mycoplasma genitalium (MG) is on the rise—and is sometimes resistant to antibiotic treatment. The alarming headlines come in the wake of new guidelines from the British Association of Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) aimed at improving MG identification and treatment. But what is MG, what are its symptoms, and is it a problem outside the UK? Recommended Slideshows 51 50 Healthy Foods That Are Secretly Unhealthy 51 50 Facts About the Human Body You Probably Didn't Know 51 Is It Dangerous to Wake Up a Sleepwalker? 50 Health Myths You Should Stop Believing Mycoplasma genitalium—also known as Mgen—is a bacterium that can be passed from person to person through sex. Tiny MG germs can live in the urinary and genital tracts and wreak havoc with your waterworks. MG can cause inflammation … [Read more...] about Mycoplasma Genitalium: What Are the Symptoms of Sex Disease on the Rise?
Tuesday, May 29, 2018 by: Michelle Simmons Tags: badhealth, disease causes, Diseases, domino effect, illness, immune cells, immune system, inflammation, inflammatory, inflammatory disease (Natural News) Inflammatory disease can lead to brain changes, which make you more susceptible to other illnesses, according to a study published in the journal Nature. In the study, it was found that inflammatory reactions can alter the brain’s immune cells in the long term, which means that these cells have an “immunological memory.” This memory may affect the development of neurological disorders that occur over time. It is, therefore, a previously unknown factor that could affect the severity of these diseases. A team of researchers at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), the Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research (HIH), and the University of Tuebingen wanted to find out whether environmental factors change microglia, the immune … [Read more...] about Inflammatory disease can cause your brain to change, making you more vulnerable to other illnesses
Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds leads what most people consider a dream life: He's a rock star with a happy family and a Grammy under his belt. But what most fans might not know is that Reynolds has ankylosing spondylitis, an inflammatory disease that once caused the singer crippling amounts of pain. Reynolds is partnering with the Spondylitis Association of America and pharmaceutical company Novartis to speak about life with A.S. Q: What was your inspiration for "Next to Me"? A: It's a very personal song and the music video was definitely one of the most intense shoots I've ever done. It really pushed me to a different place, but I'm grateful for that. I love the song; it has a lot of meaning and I hope people like it. There's a lot of emotional weight to the video and I had to go to a really raw place to shoot it and the director really pushed us and put me in an uncomfortable place for a lot of it, which I'm grateful for. Q: You live with A.S. and you're a working … [Read more...] about Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds on living with inflammatory disease A.S.