Discover your health in AR

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Sometimes we take our lungs for granted. They keep us alive and well and for the most part, we don’t need to think about them. That’s why it is important to prioritize your lung health.

Cigarette smoke can narrow the air passages and make breathing more difficult. It causes chronic inflammation, or swelling in the lung, which can lead to chronic bronchitis.Β 

The liver is a flexible organ that is easy to ignore until something goes wrong. Because of its wide-ranging responsibilities, your healthy liver can be attacked by viruses, toxic substances, pollutants, and disease.

Your liver helps your body every day by providing energy to your body, fighting infections and toxins, helping blood clot, regulating hormones and much more.

Liver problems can also be caused by a variety of factors that damage the liver, such as viruses, alcohol use and obesity.

Over time, conditions that damage the liver can lead to scarring (cirrhosis), which can lead to liver failure, a life-threatening condition. But early treatment may give the liver time to heal.

Some people manage to overhaul their exercise patterns, diets, and unhealthy habits with ease. The rest of us try to make changes, but they don’t always succeed. Instead of making one big change, you can improve the health of your heart with a series of small changes.

Once you get started, you may find that change isn’t all that difficult. This approach may take longer, but it can motivate you to make some big changes.

There are some heart disease risk factors that you cannot change, such as your age or family history. But there are other factors under your control and simple, effective ways to improve your heart health on your own. You can reduce your risk of heart disease by avoiding these habits and adopting a heart-healthy lifestyle.

COVID-19 is an infectious respiratory illness caused by a newly discovered coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2. β€˜CO’ stands for corona, β€˜VI’ for virus, and β€˜D’ for disease.

It’s important to understand that the new coronavirus spreads mainly from person to person. If an infected person coughs or sneezes, their droplets can infect people nearby. That’s why it’s important to avoid close contact with others and care about your hygiene.Β 

COVID-19 is an infectious respiratory illness caused by a newly discovered coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2. β€˜CO’ stands for corona, β€˜VI’ for virus, and β€˜D’ for disease.

It’s important to understand that the new coronavirus spreads mainly from person to person. If an infected person coughs or sneezes, their droplets can infect people nearby. That’s why it’s important to avoid close contact with others and care about your hygiene.Β 

Your kidneys filter waste products, excess water, and other impurities from your blood. These waste products are stored in your bladder and then excreted through urine. Also, your kidneys regulate the pH, salt, and potassium levels and produce hormones that regulate blood pressure and control the production of red blood cells

Maintaining kidney health is important for your overall health and overall well-being. By keeping your kidneys healthy, your body will properly filter and expel wastes and produce hormones to help your body function properly.

Your kidneys filter waste products, excess water, and other impurities from your blood. These waste products are stored in your bladder and then excreted through urine. Also, your kidneys regulate the pH, salt, and potassium levels and produce hormones that regulate blood pressure and control the production of red blood cells

Maintaining kidney health is important for your overall health and overall well-being. By keeping your kidneys healthy, your body will properly filter and expel wastes and produce hormones to help your body function properly.