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As the number of diabetes cases is in a continuous increase, it is believed that the disease will be the global health crisis of the next generation. Medics believe that they can control the rampant epidemic by increasing people’s awareness to the prevalence of this disease, and by encouraging them to lead a healthy life and regularly test themselves for a rapid detection of diabetes. ...

The successful treatment of this condition demands from the patient a commitment to intensive treatments, many hospital stays followed by an at-home program accompanied by discipline and a commitment to create a new lifestyle and improved health. The do-it-yourself approach is usually wasteful, expensive, frustrating and unsuccessful. ...

While the healthcare system in Nigeria provides adequate care for many of its citizens, political as well as economic instability in the country has driven the availability of health care away from many of its citizens. ...

Hyperthermia, from the Greek words hyper, meaning high, and thermos, meaningmtemperature, can simply be defined as the elevation of the body temperature....

The warmth, friendliness and compassion of Latin Americans has gained them and their countries as being some of the warmest in personality. Mexico and Brazil are fully embracing the growing medical tourism industry and the demand for certified and qualified physicians and surgeons as well as accredited hospitals, clinics and outpatient facilities. Thousands of accredited and certified doctors, surgeons and dentists in Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica and Brazil have provided benefits in both health and wellness as well as affordability to travelers. Running close behind these four countries are other South American countries including Argentina, Colombia, Bolivia and Guatemala. ...

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