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Low Hemoglobin? Try these to boost blood flow and circulation

Low hemoglobin is very common nowadays, which leads to deprived circulation of blood. There are various causes of poor blood flow, including Peripheral artery disease (PAD), diabetes, obesity & smoking. Symptoms of low blood flow are very unpleasant, such as lethargic body, muscle cramps, lack of sensation, digestive problems & coldness in the hands or feet. These hemoglobin issues are usually treated medications, but intake of proper food that leads in the improvisation of blood is vital. Below mentioned…

This new discovery helps you ‘charge your mobile with your blood’

A team of researchers in China have developed an unusual method to harness electricity from human blood-stream. The researchers from Fudan University in China say the process involves nanpscale carbon fibres and could lead to self-powered medical devices. It’s a truly modern experience: losing battery power on your mobile device and searching desperately for a source of electricity. But what if that source was flowing through your veins? A team of researchers are looking to harness that power from within our own…

World Diabetes Day being observed today

World Diabetes Day is being observed across the world today. World Diabetes Day was first observed in 1991 by International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) to create awareness in the world about increasing threat posed by diabetes. World Health Organization described diabetes as: Diabetes is a chronic, progressive noncommunicable disease (NCD) characterized by elevated levels of blood glucose (blood sugar). It occurs either when the pancreas does not produce enough of the insulin…