Cancer

23 May 19
The Art Of Chart

This is how many cancer cases are linked to unhealthy diet – New York Post By This is how many cancer cases are linked to unhealthy diet  New York Post More than 80000 cancer cases among US adults, or around 5 percent, were linked to an unhealthy diet, according to a study published Thursday in the […]

23 May 19
Nuestra Prioridad y Único Interés es: El Bienestar de Nuestros Pacientes

The National Surgical Adjuvant Bowel and Breast Project B-18 was designed to: Determine whether preoperative chemotherapy would result in improved survival compared to postoperative chemotherapy. Secondary aims included: Evaluation of pCR rates Comparison of: Breast conservation rates between the two groups Ipsilateral recurrence rates between the two groups. Between 1988 and 1993: 1523 patients with clinical […]

23 May 19
The Irish Sun
PILING on weight after her wedding, Martha Walker didn’t think there was anything more sinister happening to her than badly strained seams. But after ballooning from a size 12 to a 22 in a year, she began to have blurred vision and suffer headaches. Martha Walker was forced to lose six stone, after being told by doctors she was going blind After getting married Martha ballooned from a size 12 to a 22 in a year and was suffering from blurred vision and headaches A routine eye test led to an emergency hospital appointment where she was told her symptoms were signs of a rare condition. The doctor gave her the ultimatum: Lose weight or go blind. Martha turned her back on the pastries she loved and lost six stone in just six months to restore her vision. Now a trim size 12, the claims adjustor from Chippenham, Wilts, says: “I was shocked to be told I could go blind because of my weight. Martha is now a trim size 12, having lost six stone in six months “I was ashamed I’d done this to myself and terrified at the thought of losing my sight.” Martha, now 27, wed software designer Dan, 28, in June 2014. She says: “When I married, I was a size 12. I’d been careful with my eating in the run-up to my wedding but after marrying, I ate whatever I liked. “On the way to work, I’d pick up cakes at the station for breakfast. I would have pastries for lunch, followed by more cake and biscuits in the afternoon. ‘I HATED BEING SO BIG’ “In the evening, I would tuck into a home-cooked meal and look forward to ­takeaways all weekend. “Dan didn’t care what size I was but I wanted to stay home all the time because I hated being so big.” She gained six stone in little more than a year. Martha says: “I was constantly tired and sometimes dizzy, which gave me an excuse to avoid events. My confidence was at an all-time low. After her weight gain Martha says her confidence was at an all-time low “By 2017, I was so fatigued I spent entire weekends in bed. I blamed it on being a size 22 and how hard I worked during the week — but my family and friends were concerned.” In February 2018, Martha noticed a whooshing sound in her ears, while her headaches got worse. She says: “My GP arranged blood tests. While waiting for the results, I began suffering blurred vision, so I had an eye test in April 2018. “The optician saw my optic nerves were raised and referred me to hospital. By February 2018 Martha’s headaches were getting worse and she noticed a whooshing sound in her ears “After an examination at Great Western Hospital in Swindon, the consultant told me I had a rare condition called papilledema. “This causes the optic nerves to swell so much my vision was impaired and was at risk entirely. “The whooshing sound was fluid building up in my brain, causing the headaches. Dan and I planned to have a family. It was heartbreaking that I might never see our baby. The consultant explained fluids were being released into the spaces around my brain and spinal cord. Martha was diagnosed with a rare condition called papilledema “The condition was triggered by my obesity. To know I could be losing my eyesight by my own doing was horrendous.” Martha needed a painful lumbar puncture to find out exactly why her optic nerves were swelling. If her condition did not improve, she would need risky brain surgery. Martha said: “I was so overweight I was going blind. The only way to reverse the damage was to get healthy.” She recalled a documentary about the Cambridge Weight Plan’s 1:1 Diet and signed up. ‘MY VISION IMPROVED WITH EACH POUND’ She says: “I was assigned a personal weight-loss consultant and started eating two meal-replacement products and a healthy meal — like grilled chicken with salad — every evening, limiting my daily calories to 1,200. “Within weeks, I noticed an improvement. The more weight I lost, the better I felt. “With so much at stake, I never wavered from the plan and lost a stone every month. My vision improved with each pound. “By October last year, I had lost six stone and had shrunk to a size 12. Martha said she noticed an improvement within weeks Martha trained as a weight-loss consultant and now wants to help others “My consultant was so impressed, he showed me scans to compare. My right eye was almost back to normal while the left eye was only slightly inflamed. “This meant I didn’t need brain surgery and could see almost as well as before. “The consultant warned I would lose my vision again if I gained weight.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Martha trained as a weight-loss consultant and now wants to help others. She adds: “I’m proud that I’ve transformed my health and saved my sight but I still feel ashamed for letting things get so bad. “Now I can see properly again — and I actually enjoy looking in the mirror.” [boxout headline=”Obesity: The health risks”]MORE than a quarter of adults in the UK are obese, which means they have a 30+ BMI. Cholesterol levels and blood pressure increase with added weight, raising the risk of heart disease and stroke. Type 2 diabetes is obesity-linked and can cause heart problems, kidney disease, and blindness. Being obese can lead to back and joint pains, a general loss of mobility and impair self-esteem or cause depression. For reasons that aren’t entirely clear, several cancers are linked with excess weight. Obese women may not ovulate regularly, so they can have trouble conceiving. When they do become pregnant, they face more complications including a higher risk of miscarriage or stillbirth. Sadly, there are sometimes other complications for the baby too, including birth defects and childhood obesity. One less common effect of obesity is Martha’s condition – idiopathic intracranial hypertension. [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6037506193001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Keith Martin puffs and pants as he rolls his obese body over to be cleaned by his nurses on 60 Stone and House Trapped”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
23 May 19
Trucker Hat Designs, Fashion Ideas And Shopping Inspiration

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23 May 19
The Scottish Sun
PILING on weight after her wedding, Martha Walker didn’t think there was anything more sinister happening to her than badly strained seams. But after ballooning from a size 12 to a 22 in a year, she began to have blurred vision and suffer headaches. Martha Walker was forced to lose six stone, after being told by doctors she was going blind After getting married Martha ballooned from a size 12 to a 22 in a year and was suffering from blurred vision and headaches A routine eye test led to an emergency hospital appointment where she was told her symptoms were signs of a rare condition. The doctor gave her the ultimatum: Lose weight or go blind. Martha turned her back on the pastries she loved and lost six stone in just six months to restore her vision. Now a trim size 12, the claims adjustor from Chippenham, Wilts, says: “I was shocked to be told I could go blind because of my weight. Martha is now a trim size 12, having lost six stone in six months “I was ashamed I’d done this to myself and terrified at the thought of losing my sight.” Martha, now 27, wed software designer Dan, 28, in June 2014. She says: “When I married, I was a size 12. I’d been careful with my eating in the run-up to my wedding but after marrying, I ate whatever I liked. “On the way to work, I’d pick up cakes at the station for breakfast. I would have pastries for lunch, followed by more cake and biscuits in the afternoon. ‘I HATED BEING SO BIG’ “In the evening, I would tuck into a home-cooked meal and look forward to ­takeaways all weekend. “Dan didn’t care what size I was but I wanted to stay home all the time because I hated being so big.” She gained six stone in little more than a year. Martha says: “I was constantly tired and sometimes dizzy, which gave me an excuse to avoid events. My confidence was at an all-time low. After her weight gain Martha says her confidence was at an all-time low “By 2017, I was so fatigued I spent entire weekends in bed. I blamed it on being a size 22 and how hard I worked during the week — but my family and friends were concerned.” In February 2018, Martha noticed a whooshing sound in her ears, while her headaches got worse. She says: “My GP arranged blood tests. While waiting for the results, I began suffering blurred vision, so I had an eye test in April 2018. “The optician saw my optic nerves were raised and referred me to hospital. By February 2018 Martha’s headaches were getting worse and she noticed a whooshing sound in her ears “After an examination at Great Western Hospital in Swindon, the consultant told me I had a rare condition called papilledema. “This causes the optic nerves to swell so much my vision was impaired and was at risk entirely. “The whooshing sound was fluid building up in my brain, causing the headaches. Dan and I planned to have a family. It was heartbreaking that I might never see our baby. The consultant explained fluids were being released into the spaces around my brain and spinal cord. Martha was diagnosed with a rare condition called papilledema “The condition was triggered by my obesity. To know I could be losing my eyesight by my own doing was horrendous.” Martha needed a painful lumbar puncture to find out exactly why her optic nerves were swelling. If her condition did not improve, she would need risky brain surgery. Martha said: “I was so overweight I was going blind. The only way to reverse the damage was to get healthy.” She recalled a documentary about the Cambridge Weight Plan’s 1:1 Diet and signed up. ‘MY VISION IMPROVED WITH EACH POUND’ She says: “I was assigned a personal weight-loss consultant and started eating two meal-replacement products and a healthy meal — like grilled chicken with salad — every evening, limiting my daily calories to 1,200. “Within weeks, I noticed an improvement. The more weight I lost, the better I felt. “With so much at stake, I never wavered from the plan and lost a stone every month. My vision improved with each pound. “By October last year, I had lost six stone and had shrunk to a size 12. Martha said she noticed an improvement within weeks Martha trained as a weight-loss consultant and now wants to help others “My consultant was so impressed, he showed me scans to compare. My right eye was almost back to normal while the left eye was only slightly inflamed. “This meant I didn’t need brain surgery and could see almost as well as before. “The consultant warned I would lose my vision again if I gained weight.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Martha trained as a weight-loss consultant and now wants to help others. She adds: “I’m proud that I’ve transformed my health and saved my sight but I still feel ashamed for letting things get so bad. “Now I can see properly again — and I actually enjoy looking in the mirror.” [boxout headline=”Obesity: The health risks”]MORE than a quarter of adults in the UK are obese, which means they have a 30+ BMI. Cholesterol levels and blood pressure increase with added weight, raising the risk of heart disease and stroke. Type 2 diabetes is obesity-linked and can cause heart problems, kidney disease, and blindness. Being obese can lead to back and joint pains, a general loss of mobility and impair self-esteem or cause depression. For reasons that aren’t entirely clear, several cancers are linked with excess weight. Obese women may not ovulate regularly, so they can have trouble conceiving. When they do become pregnant, they face more complications including a higher risk of miscarriage or stillbirth. Sadly, there are sometimes other complications for the baby too, including birth defects and childhood obesity. One less common effect of obesity is Martha’s condition – idiopathic intracranial hypertension. [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6037506193001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Keith Martin puffs and pants as he rolls his obese body over to be cleaned by his nurses on 60 Stone and House Trapped”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
23 May 19
Heavy.com

The romance between Fawcett and O’Neal will be discussed on the ABC documentary ‘This Is Farrah Fawcett.’

23 May 19
The Sun
PILING on weight after her wedding, Martha Walker didn’t think there was anything more sinister happening to her than badly strained seams. But after ballooning from a size 12 to a 22 in a year, she began to have blurred vision and suffer headaches. Martha Walker was forced to lose six stone, after being told by doctors she was going blind After getting married Martha ballooned from a size 12 to a 22 in a year and was suffering from blurred vision and headaches A routine eye test led to an emergency hospital appointment where she was told her symptoms were signs of a rare condition. The doctor gave her the ultimatum: Lose weight or go blind. Martha turned her back on the pastries she loved and lost six stone in just six months to restore her vision. Now a trim size 12, the claims adjustor from Chippenham, Wilts, says: “I was shocked to be told I could go blind because of my weight. Martha is now a trim size 12, having lost six stone in six months “I was ashamed I’d done this to myself and terrified at the thought of losing my sight.” Martha, now 27, wed software designer Dan, 28, in June 2014. She says: “When I married, I was a size 12. I’d been careful with my eating in the run-up to my wedding but after marrying, I ate whatever I liked. “On the way to work, I’d pick up cakes at the station for breakfast. I would have pastries for lunch, followed by more cake and biscuits in the afternoon. ‘I HATED BEING SO BIG’ “In the evening, I would tuck into a home-cooked meal and look forward to ­takeaways all weekend. “Dan didn’t care what size I was but I wanted to stay home all the time because I hated being so big.” She gained six stone in little more than a year. Martha says: “I was constantly tired and sometimes dizzy, which gave me an excuse to avoid events. My confidence was at an all-time low. After her weight gain Martha says her confidence was at an all-time low “By 2017, I was so fatigued I spent entire weekends in bed. I blamed it on being a size 22 and how hard I worked during the week — but my family and friends were concerned.” In February 2018, Martha noticed a whooshing sound in her ears, while her headaches got worse. She says: “My GP arranged blood tests. While waiting for the results, I began suffering blurred vision, so I had an eye test in April 2018. “The optician saw my optic nerves were raised and referred me to hospital. By February 2018 Martha’s headaches were getting worse and she noticed a whooshing sound in her ears “After an examination at Great Western Hospital in Swindon, the consultant told me I had a rare condition called papilledema. “This causes the optic nerves to swell so much my vision was impaired and was at risk entirely. “The whooshing sound was fluid building up in my brain, causing the headaches. Dan and I planned to have a family. It was heartbreaking that I might never see our baby. The consultant explained fluids were being released into the spaces around my brain and spinal cord. Martha was diagnosed with a rare condition called papilledema “The condition was triggered by my obesity. To know I could be losing my eyesight by my own doing was horrendous.” Martha needed a painful lumbar puncture to find out exactly why her optic nerves were swelling. If her condition did not improve, she would need risky brain surgery. Martha said: “I was so overweight I was going blind. The only way to reverse the damage was to get healthy.” She recalled a documentary about the Cambridge Weight Plan’s 1:1 Diet and signed up. ‘MY VISION IMPROVED WITH EACH POUND’ She says: “I was assigned a personal weight-loss consultant and started eating two meal-replacement products and a healthy meal — like grilled chicken with salad — every evening, limiting my daily calories to 1,200. “Within weeks, I noticed an improvement. The more weight I lost, the better I felt. “With so much at stake, I never wavered from the plan and lost a stone every month. My vision improved with each pound. “By October last year, I had lost six stone and had shrunk to a size 12. Martha said she noticed an improvement within weeks Martha trained as a weight-loss consultant and now wants to help others “My consultant was so impressed, he showed me scans to compare. My right eye was almost back to normal while the left eye was only slightly inflamed. “This meant I didn’t need brain surgery and could see almost as well as before. “The consultant warned I would lose my vision again if I gained weight.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Martha trained as a weight-loss consultant and now wants to help others. She adds: “I’m proud that I’ve transformed my health and saved my sight but I still feel ashamed for letting things get so bad. “Now I can see properly again — and I actually enjoy looking in the mirror.” [boxout headline=”Obesity: The health risks”]MORE than a quarter of adults in the UK are obese, which means they have a 30+ BMI. Cholesterol levels and blood pressure increase with added weight, raising the risk of heart disease and stroke. Type 2 diabetes is obesity-linked and can cause heart problems, kidney disease, and blindness. Being obese can lead to back and joint pains, a general loss of mobility and impair self-esteem or cause depression. For reasons that aren’t entirely clear, several cancers are linked with excess weight. Obese women may not ovulate regularly, so they can have trouble conceiving. When they do become pregnant, they face more complications including a higher risk of miscarriage or stillbirth. Sadly, there are sometimes other complications for the baby too, including birth defects and childhood obesity. One less common effect of obesity is Martha’s condition – idiopathic intracranial hypertension. [/boxout] [bc_video video_id=”6037506193001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Keith Martin puffs and pants as he rolls his obese body over to be cleaned by his nurses on 60 Stone and House Trapped”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
23 May 19
Making the Rounds

The below is a post from Joseph Zabner, MD, PhD, director, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Occupational Medicine. The members of our division believe in incorporating each element of the tripartite mission into everything we do. In our clinical practices, you will find research discoveries through clinical trials as well as education of medical […]

23 May 19
IPO EMPIRE

7 top diet habits linked to increased rates of cancer  Treehugger New research finds diet-related factors may account for more than 80000 new invasive cancer cases each year; here are the main culprits. View full coverage on Google News from Top stories – Google News http://bit.ly/2X1uVhH via IFTTT

23 May 19
Tee Set

This ever popular event is now here!  With a social day on Saturday(tomorrow!), a Tee Set sponsored BBQ in the evening followed by our regular Sunday event and the Tee Set versus D.O.G.S. match, there is a lot to look forward to at the week-end. A big thank you to Mark Johnson for taking the […]

23 May 19
the Breast Cancer Art Project

By Alexandra von Gundlach Acrylic 16″x 20″ “During my chemotherapy treatment, I used to pray the rosary of the Divine Mercy. To transform fear into faith, I imagined that the red light that comes out from Jesus’ chest which symbolizes the blood of Christ, was entering my body to heal me. The color of the […]

23 May 19
Itallili

An apple a day might keep cancer away. More than 80,000 cancer cases in the US were linked to poor diet, or around 5 percent, according to a study published Thursday in the journal JNCI Cancer Spectrum. The study, conducted by the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts, analyzed cancer diagnoses among… […]

23 May 19

Three years ago today I launched this little blog. I remember sitting there thinking about hitting the publish key for the first time, baring my soul with the world. At the time, I was a mom of a two-month-old, just preparing to get back to work and trying to find a creative outlet where I […]

23 May 19
I Read, Therefore I Blog

The Blurb On The Back: Your phone rings. A stranger has kidnapped your child. To free them you must abduct someone else’s child. Your child will be released when your victim’s parents kidnap another child. If any of these things don’t happen: your child will be killed. You are now part of THE CHAIN. The […]