See your dentist first
Make an appointment to see your dentist if you are suffering from toothache.
Oil of cloves is a traditional remedy from your pharmacist that may help to soothe an aching tooth. Put a few drops of the oil on a piece of cotton wool, place it on the painful tooth, and bite down gently. Be careful to keep the oil off your tongue because it may burn a little.
The drug, called Praluent, must be injected, so it won't be as easy to take as a pill. Because it's in a class of biotech drugs called monoclonal antibodies, it will be pricey — $14,000 a year.
It's in a new class of drugs known as proprotein convertase subtilisin kexin type 9 (PCSK9) inhibitors. It targets PCSK9, a protein that affects the liver's ability to take LDL or "bad" cholesterol out of the blood.
Niacin is carried in the blood and is found in all tissues but most abundantly in the liver, Kidney, heart, tissues brain and muscles. A lack of niacin can cause cell damage anywhere in the body.
Like the other B vitamins niacin is crucial for the body’s usage of enzymes which provides the body energy and the building blocks for cell reproduction and repair. It is known to be involved in more than 200 enzymes reactions in the body involving the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
A candy bar may give you a rush of blood sugar, but half an hour later you’ll be pinching yourself to keep your eyes open as your blood sugar plummets. On the other hand, eat some beans and your blood sugar will rise slowly and stay up there for a week. (I’m kidding, but you get the point).
Rosemary has long been regarded as the herb for remembrance. Mystically, it symbolizes loyalty, love and immortality. It was once believed to strengthen the heart as well as memory.
But once you do achieve your fitness goals and get to what you consider to be "in shape," what happens if you start slacking? How long does it take for negative results to start creeping in.
The answer: much sooner than you think.
We spoke recently to Shawn Arent, an exercise scientist at Rutgers University, and asked him to tell us how long it actually takes to get out of shape.
Here's what he told us:
Q. What function does vitamin C play in the body?
A Vitamin C has a variety of roles, all indispensable to good health. It is needed for the body to make the protein of connective tissue, or collagen, which is found throughout the body and helps to maintain the structure of tissues, including skin, muscles, gums, blood vessel s and bone. In the classic deficiency disease, scurvy, which has been recognized for many centuries, a lack of vitamin C leads to the breaking open of small blood vessels, the reddening and bleeding of skin and gums, loose teeth, general weakness and, eventually, death.
Snake gourd is a climbing herb with tendril divided into three parts. It has hairy, angular or 5 to 7 lobed leaves which emit a fetid odor when bruised. It has white male and female flowers and cylindrical, slender, tapering fruits with a waxy surface. Its fruits are orange in color when ripe and pulpy red at maturity.
An analysis of snake gourd shows it to consist of substantial amount of and little protein, fat fiber and carbohydrates. Its mineral and vitamins contents are calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, little thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. Its calorific value is 18.
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