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Actonel
...  open discussion with them regarding their medical and drug history, and current bone condition. Should the patients have any of these problems in the past, or prior to taking Actonel: deficiency of vitamin d, cancer, any blood disorder, liver problems, low calcium levels in the blood and the like should consult the doctor before taking Actonel. Patients having those problems might not be  ...

High Cholesterol
...  to function normally and is present in almost every part of the body including nerves, muscles, heart and the brain. The human body synthesizes cholesterol as a source to produce many hormones, vitamin d and also the acids that help to digest fat. Well, cholesterol is present in meat or dairy. Fruits and vegetables do no contain cholesterol. Generally animal fats in our body can produce  ...

Anemia
...  of Anemia are: excessive destruction of red blood cells, blood loss and inadequate reproduction of red blood cells. Anemia can be caused by a number of different things. It can also be a result of vitamin deficiency and other hereditary disorders. Some types of Anemia are caused by the destruction of red blood cells, such as: Hemolytic Anemia- this happens when the destruction of red blood  ...

Colorectal Cancer
...  are all being thoroughly assessed to determine which are the most appropriate ones to use. One discovery of Chemoprevention is that taking multivitamins (folic acid, calcium, magnesium, and vitamin d) everyday helps lower your colorectal cancer risk. In addition, regularly taking NSAIDs (Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs) such as aspirin, ibuprofen and naproxen also help lower  ...

Osteomalacia
...  or bones that grow in a broad and uneven manner. Why Does It Occur? This condition occurs because of the failure of the osteiod to mineralize. Aside from that, lack of calcium, phosphorus and vitamin d leads to this defect. Because the bones lack these essential minerals, the bones becomes soft, and becomes easily brittle. Who Is At Risk? This disorder occurs mostly in adults having an  ...

Kidneys
...  produce red blood cells. This hormone is known as EPO or erythropoietin. It also produces rennin, which is a hormone that regulates our blood pressure. Lastly, it also produces calcitrol, which is vitamin d in its active form. It helps in the maintenance of calcium for our bones and it is also used for normal chemical balance in our body.  ...


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