Why You Should Choose Iwearglasses For Affordable Glasses Reglazing

03 February 2017

Here at iwearglasses we are seeing a definite trend in people looking for affordable glasses reglazing rather than having to buy a new pair and there are several reasons for this. The most obvious reason is that it’s more affordable for their glasses to be re-glazed since this process costs a fraction of the price […]

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My Father's Knee Surgery

My Father’s Knee Surgery

31 January 2017

My elderly father had suffered osteoarthritis in his left knee for some years and it had begun to have a real negative impact on his life. The knee injury he had suffered in a car crash many years ago had left behind a legacy of aches and pains which had worsened over time. He started […]

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Treating Mesothelioma

Treating Mesothelioma

15 January 2017

When it comes to dealing with the effects of mesothelioma, it can be a long, frustrating road for many people. Treating mesothelioma depends on the severity of your condition and the treatment plan you choose to follow. If the cancer can be removed through surgery, your doctor may recommend following this treatment. Your health will […]

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Major Advantages Of Moving On To Electronic Cigarettes

Major Advantages Of Moving On To Electronic Cigarettes

13 January 2017

The advent of electronic cigarettes has definitely changed lives. These alternative smoking devices have proven to be a lucrative alternative to conventional cigarette smoking. In many cases, it has been a functional tool that helps people kick the habit. Here are a few benefits of adopting e-cigarettes as a smoker – Avoiding health risks such […]

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Get Your Pain Relief Through Tramadol Medicine Pain Killer Product

13 January 2017

Today the medical field is being filled with enlighten choice of treating with several pain condition for the patient. Most of the people are engaged with different kind of medical pain which is expected to be cleared off within some period. So at that case they are very eager in looking after several numbers of […]

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Understanding the basics of diabetes

10 January 2017

Diabetes occurs when the amount of blood sugar or glucose is above normal levels. This occurs because your cells are unable to absorb the glucose. Cells need this sugar in order to carry out their activities part of which involves generating energy for your body. In essence, they become starved. You can equate this to […]

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Are You Ignoring These Symptoms? It Could Be Cancer

02 January 2017

According to experts as well as many studies, women tend to fare better than men in the case of being conscious about health. Mary Daly, MD, who is an oncologist at the Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, says that women are found to be keener to have those symptoms checked which might be potentially serious. […]

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Tremendous Raspberries Ketones Help To Burn Your Body Fats

30 December 2016

Raspberry ketones are the natural and organic substances that compressed with aroma of natural raspberries, that excellently works against the obesity issues and other abnormal body weigh disorders. Basically the effective anti-obesity supplement is used in the field of costume and fragrance products manufacturing industry. Latterly the excellent property of anti-obesity component is discovered from […]

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Cancer-Prevention Is Better Than Cure

Cancer-Prevention Is Better Than Cure

29 November 2016

Medical technology has really enhanced by leaps and bounds in the past decade, and with the improved knowledge, we now know the causes of many diseases. Cancer is one such disease that we know is often associated with our lifestyle choices. There are many types of cancers prevalent today, and most of them can be […]

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Learn The Appropriate Procedures Used In Screening For Colon Cancer

05 November 2016

Colon cancer refers to a disease of the colon caused by out-of-control cell growth arising from the large intestines inner walls forming a deadly mass –tumor. These cancerous cells have a tendency of invading and damaging healthy tissues around the tumor area causing a series of complications. Screening tests are performed to detect a particular […]

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5 Types of Flowers to Get for Hospital Patients

16 October 2016

Get well flowers for a patient in hospital is a traditional gift that can bring cheer and brighten up a dull room. Allergy free flowers are great because the pollen inside the flowers is not exposed. Before buying the flowers, inspect them for grime and bugs, select the flowers with a woody stem that can […]

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3 Biggest Health Concerns in Europe

26 August 2016

Health is an important aspect in accelerating economic growth and development in Europe. Despite efforts by various governments across European countries in collaboration with related public health stakeholders to promote universal healthcare for all, there are major health concerns in Europe that are threatening the state of health across the European continent. The effects of […]

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Having reconstructive surgery following cancer

27 June 2016

An essential part of complete cancer care, reconstructive surgery is time and again a significant step for regaining normal functions following cancer treatments for many patients. You may check with the state’s health department to find a private hospital Belfast, London or other parts of UK that perform these surgeries. The procedure mainly constitutes correction […]

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5 Foods To Stop Worrying About

19 June 2016

Weight gain is an issue that is affecting many people in today’s world. Many people are trying to lose weight but they are eating the wrong food which is taken in in-appropriate amounts, so they end up with lack of self-esteem. Although, there may not be a perfect food to control weight as weight gain […]

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Occupational diseases and illnesses

29 April 2016

It isn’t expected that a person’s work life would result in injury to them, but unfortunately this can sometimes be the case. Accidents aside, occupational diseases are still prevalent despite a range of health and safety measures implemented by the Health and Safety Executive – click here for more information. Here is a run-down of […]

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Tips And Checklist For Diabetes When Traveling Abroad

25 April 2016

Traveling Abroad requires a lot of planning even if you are a seasoned traveller, it always involves a whole list of things to be checked starting from your travel documents to the least. For example, you may have traveled to the US many a times but every time you still need to check for your […]

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How to choose Health Care Coverage

18 December 2015

Health care coverage is very essential for everyone. This protects your health and secures your life. You never know what might happen the next minute hence taking a health care plan is the best to eradicate all the doubts and fears from your mind. You do not have to worry about the bills and payments […]

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A Perfect Smile with Laser Teeth Whitening in Windsor

16 December 2015

Teeth staining can be developed from a variety of causes including beverages such as coffee, teas, and colas, aging, medication, trauma, disease, genetics, tobacco, excessive fluoride, insufficient oral hygiene and nerve degeneration. You will be happy to know that there are a variety of teeth whitening options available. A laser tooth whitening Windsor is ready to […]

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Body lift surgery – know the facts

28 November 2015

“Worried about the extra fat”? Or “Want to gain that perfect shape”? Yes every individual wants to have that perfect shape and women especially want to enhance their curves. In this fast running world, you want everything to be done within minutes and with this attitude you go ahead with body lift surgery that sculpts […]

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How Can You Afford the Best Cancer Treatment?

28 September 2015

Every human has cancer cells in their body, the excess of these cells results in a dangerous disease known as Cancer. The people who are suffering with Cancer will have many financial difficulties to overcome and they may suffer with depression because the treatment costs are so expensive. The Cancer can be of different types […]

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Causes Of Lung Cancer

19 September 2015

Lung cancer is the second most common form of cancer in the UK, with around 41,000 cases diagnosed every year. Smoking is a major contributing factor to lung cancer rates, although figures blaming smoking as a determining factor vary from around 50% up to almost 90% of case; either way it is a large factor. […]

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Some Information About Diarrhoea and Appropriate Treatments

16 September 2015

While diarrhoea certainly isn’t a fatal condition (for most part), it is nevertheless extremely uncomfortable and annoying to the point where it prevents people from performing their daily tasks. The worst part is that from time to time, pretty much everyone suffers from it… however, most people believe that simply letting it run its course […]

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Reduce the Risk of Colon Cancer

10 September 2015

As for most forms of cancer, exact reasons causing colorectal cancer are still unknown. Experts claim that 90 per cent of the risk for bowel cancer is related to diet and nutrition, whereas 10 per cent is due to genetic factors. Evidence suggests that dietary factors which affect the chance of developing bowel cancer are […]

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Treatment of Colon Cancer

10 September 2015

When colon cancer has been diagnosed, treatment focuses at removing the primary tumour that caused the cancer and preventing the spread of malignant cells further into the body. The most common ways to treat bowel cancer, as many other forms of cancer, is surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Surgery is by far the most effective and […]

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Diagnosis of Colon Cancer

10 September 2015

Colon or bowel cancer is typically diagnosed by the doctor performing a manual examination by inserting a gloved finger into the rectum in order to identify lumps or adenomas. Biopsy is a painless procedure when a tiny sample of the affected tissue is taken and used to trace the cancerous cells. When further examination is […]

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Symptoms of Colon Cancer

10 September 2015

As a rule, early stages of many types of cancer do not cause any symptoms. Therefore, patients are usually diagnosed when the cancer has already spread. It is even being suggested that patients be screened even if they do not show any symptoms. Bleeding from the back passage, abnormalities in bowel movement, including constipation and […]

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What is Colon Cancer

10 September 2015

Colon cancer, also known as colorectal cancer or bowel cancer, may not receive as much attention from the media as breast or lung cancer, but is one of the top three deadly cancers in the UK. Around 35,000 people get diagnosed with bowel cancer every year and around half of them die. However, it is […]

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Uterine Cancer

10 September 2015

Uterine cancer develops in the womb (also called uterus), a female reproductive organ in which the foetus develops. The most common type of uterine cancer is called endometrial cancer and starts in the lining of the uterus (the endometrium). Other types of uterine cancer include uterine sarcomas, cervical cancer and Gestational trophoblastic disease. Endometrial cancer […]

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Urethral Cancer

10 September 2015

Urethral cancer is an extremely rare condition with approximately 600 reported cases in total. It occurs when cells in the urethra start growing without control. Women are more likely to be affected by urethral cancer than men. The urethra is a narrow tube that links the urinary bladder and the outside of the body. The […]

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Thyroid Cancer

10 September 2015

Thyroid cancer occurs in the thyroid gland, which is made up of two sections and found in the lower part of the neck. This gland is responsible for releasing hormones. The most common type of thyroid cancer is papillary thyroid. Follicular thyroid cancer, medullar tumours and anaplastic tumours are less frequent types. Thyroid cancer is […]

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Throat Cancer

10 September 2015

Throat cancer, also called laryngeal cancer, is a relatively rare form of cancer with 2000 to 2500 new cases diagnosed every year. It is much more common in men than in women. It is believed that lifestyle choices have a big impact on the occurrence of throat cancer. The larynx is the upper part of […]

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Testicular Cancer

10 September 2015

Testicular cancer is a relatively rare form of male cancer which originates in the cells of one of the testicles. The two types of testicular cancer are seminomas and non-seminomas. Contrary to most other forms of cancer, it is quite common in young males aged between 20 and 40. Fortunately, the methods of treatment for […]

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Small Intestine Cancer

10 September 2015

Small intestine cancer is the malignancy of the cells in the small intestine, also called small bowel, which is a narrow tube in the digestive tract that connects the stomach to the large intestine. Small intestine cancer is rarer than other forms of bowel cancer, such as cancer of the large intestine and rectal cancer. […]

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Skin Cancer

10 September 2015

Skin cancer is a general term for many different types of cancer that involve the formation of a cancerous growth on the skin. Skin cancer is usually relatively easy to diagnose in early stages, since it generally occurs on the surface of the skin and the tumour can be spotted without difficulty. ccc Although the […]

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Salivary Gland Cancer

10 September 2015

Salivary gland cancer is a type of cancer that originates in the cells of the salivary gland, which is the organ that produces saliva. The salivary glands are categorised into sublingual (under the tongue), parotid (in front of the ears) and submandibular (below the jawbone). The cells become abnormal and form a growth which results […]

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Rectal Cancer

10 September 2015

Rectal cancer is a disease which arises from cancerous cells starting to form in the tissues of the rectum. The rectum is a part of the digestive tract which is attached to the large intestine and helps remove waste from the body. Rectal cancer is a type of bowel cancer and is relatively rare. Colon […]

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Prostate Cancer

10 September 2015

Prostate cancer is a type of cancer that originates when the cells in the prostate start developing abnormally and without control. The prostate is a male gland used to produce and store a bodily fluid which is used for the production of semen. Prostate cancer is a relatively common condition, but it is generally a […]

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Penile Cancer

10 September 2015

Penile cancer is an extremely rare form of cancer that arises from malignant cells, developing without control in the tissue of the penis, which is the male sexual organ. Cancer of the penis is an extremely rare form of cancer. In most cases, penile cancer starts under the foreskin. If it is diagnosed early, the […]

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Parathyroid Cancer

10 September 2015

Parathyroid cancer is an extremely rare form of cancer that arises in the mutated cells of the parathyroid gland. The parathyroid gland is an organ located next to the thyroid gland in the lower part of the neck. It is responsible for the production of a specific hormone that helps the body to store and […]

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Pancreatic Cancer

10 September 2015

Pancreatic cancer occurs when the cells in the pancreas mutate and start growing abnormally, forming a tumour. The pancreas is an important organ which produces hormones for the endocrine system and enzymes for the digestive system which serve in breaking down the nutrients in food. Pancreatic cancer is a relatively common condition with a very […]

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Ovarian Cancer

10 September 2015

Ovarian cancer is a type of women‘s cancer that arises when the cells in the ovary become malignant and start growing without control. The ovaries are two symmetrical parts of the female reproductive system that are responsible for the production of eggs and sexual hormones progesterone and oestrogen. The UK has one of the highest […]

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Oesophageal Cancer

10 September 2015

Oesophageal cancer occurs when cells in the oesophagus become malignant. The oesophagus is a long (25-30) muscular passage connecting the pharynx and the stomach. Its main function is to provide a passageway for food to move from the mouth to the stomach. The most common forms of oesophageal cancer are squamous cell cancer and adenocarcinoma. […]

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Oral Cancer

10 September 2015

Oral cancer is a term used for a number of cancers that can develop in and around the oral cavity, including dental gums, the roof, the lips and the floor of the mouth, the inside of the lips and cheeks as well as the tongue. The most likely area to develop mouth cancer is the […]

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Nasal Cavity and Cinus Cancer

10 September 2015

Nasal cavity and sinus cancer is a form of cancer which is caused by mutated malignant cells in the tissue of the paranasal sinuses or the nasal cavity. Paranasal sinuses are hollow tubes located in the bones on both sides of the nose. The sinuses produce mucus, which stops the nasal cavity from drying out […]

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Acute Myeloid Leukaemia

10 September 2015

Acute myeloid leukaemia, which is also known as acute myelogenous leukaemia, or AML, is a type of cancer that starts in the bone marrow. White blood cells, also called leukocytes, become malignant and start multiplying rapidly, destroying healthy blood cells and stopping them from functioning normally. AML is the most frequent form of acute leukaemia […]

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Mouth Cancer

10 September 2015

Mouth cancer is a general term for a wide variety of cancers that can develop in the lips or the oral cavity, including dental gums, the roof and the floor of the mouth, the inside of the lips and cheeks as well as the tongue. The floor of the mouth is the most likely area […]

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Mesothelioma

10 September 2015

Mesothelioma is a type of cancer that develops in the mesothelium, which is a protective layer covering most of internal body parts. It most commonly first occurs in the pleura, which is the lining that covers and protects the lungs. In rare cases, it can also develop in the lining of the abdomen or the […]

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Melanoma

10 September 2015

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer and occurs when skin pigment cells, called melanocytes, mutate and start growing without control, taking over and damaging healthy cells. It comprises 75 percent of all skin cancer related deaths. Usually melanoma occurs in the skin, but the bowel and the eye also have melanocytes that in very […]

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Lymphoblasic Leukaemia

10 September 2015

Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, also referred to as ALL, is a condition when white blood cells, or leukocytes, multiply without control in the bone marrow. The word acute signifies the fact that if ALL is left untreated for a long time, the condition sharply progresses and may result in death in a matter of weeks or […]

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Lymphoma

10 September 2015

Lymphoma is a form of cancer that develops in the lymphocytes (cells of the immune system, also commonly known as white blood cells). Cancerous tumours often form in the lymphatic glands, in which case an enlargement in the lymph nodes occurs. There is a close link between lymphomas and lymphoid leukaemia’s, but the latter ones […]

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