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What Are the Normal A1c Levels for Children?

After your child has a meal or snack, his body breaks nutrients down into a sugar known as glucose, the energy source for all body...
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Why Is High Cholesterol Bad for the Body?

Although the body needs cholesterol to function, and it occurs naturally in every cell of the body, too much cholesterol can build...
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Factors Affecting Human Growth

Your height and weight as you grow is determined by internal and external factors. This can result in a significant difference in ...
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What Are the Benefits of Flaxseed Oil Pills?

Although you might think of all dietary fats as unhealthy, consuming certain types called omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids might he...
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Normal Range for Thyroid Level

Thyroid.org describes the thyroid gland as a butterfly-shaped gland located in the lower front of the neck. It makes hormones that...
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What Causes Cholesterol Numbers to Spike Upward?

Cholesterol is a type of fat that's made by the body and is also contained in many foods. While cholesterol is a normal and necess...
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Why Do Doctors Monitor the Concentration of LDL & HDL?

Most annual checkups at a physician’s office include blood work, complete with cholesterol measurements. While labs do measu...
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Alternatives to Statins for Cholesterol

"Statins" are the most commonly prescribed class of drugs to lower total cholesterol and low density lipoprotein cholest...
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Phospholipids and Cholesterol

Most discussions of heart disease risk, sooner or later, include the mention of an infamous waxy substance called cholesterol. In ...
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The Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Conditions

Psychological factors can influence physical health either indirectly, by changing behaviors that affect your health, such as eati...
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