TeddyCan takes pride in all of our the health-related resources. We offer a variety of cash-back rebates to an extensive amount of various health-related tests. All testing is done through QuickLabWork, and above all else are affordable. Not only are the prices of these tests inexpensive, but health insurance is not a requirement. These are simple procedures that do not require a doctor’s order, and can also be ordered right online! Your test results will remain confidential, and when using TeddyCan, so will your searches.
Here’s a sample of some of our latest health tests:
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Bone mass inevitably decreases as we age, making us more susceptible to bone fractures and back pain. This is a condition known as osteoporosis, which over 10 million americans struggle with. Women are much more likely to develop osteoporosis, and having a family history also increases your likelihood. One of the biggest factors in this condition is lies in how much bone mass you had to begin with, which usually reaches its peak in your early twenties. Other risk factors include: lack of calcium and vitamin c, a high sodium intake, smoking, and an inactive lifestyle.
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Does being diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder put us at risk for developing cardiovascular disease?
Recent clinical studies have shown that there is in fact a correlation between Major Depressive Disorder and Coronary Heart Disease. Those that have been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder are at a much higher risk of developing Coronary Heart Disease, accompanied by a higher mortality rate. Research has shown that 15-20% of those who experience a myocardial infarction met the criteria for having Major Depressive Disorder.
The tricky part lies in determining if one condition is a primary trigger for the other.
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Candida is a fungus that lives in your digestive tract, and in small amounts, does a good job of absorbing essential nutrients. Also known as yeast, candida is found in an abundance of foods we consume, such as bread, beer, wine, pretzels, and cakes.
An overgrowth of candida can have extremely insidious effects on our health that most people are completely unaware of. In fact, the symptoms of candida overgrowth mimic symptoms of other common illnesses like depression, diabetes, and irritable bowel syndrome. If left untreated, candida can wreak havoc on our immune systems, gastrointestinal system, and our mental health.
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At Teddycan, we believe in the importance of approaching our health from a holistic viewpoint. This means using multiple sources as a way to get the best, most well-rounded advice. We know that you know the basics, so we are eager to share some interesting, alternative advice for you.
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Rheumatoid Arthritis is an inflammatory disease that is marked by pain and swelling in joints. This discomfort can make it tough to be as active as you would like. However, a little bit of exercise goes a long way, and can actually improve your symptoms greatly. So, the question is, how do you do this without making your condition worse?
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Type 2 Diabetes is a common disease which occurs when your body cannot maintain proper insulin levels. This results in your pancreas making too much insulin, and then consequently, not having enough. Although the complications from Type 2 Diabetes can be severe, prevention and catching it early make a world of difference.
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Sick of being cooped up from all this cold weather? With temperatures rising, snow melting and birds chirping, spring is about to be in full bloom. It’s time to get outdoors and shake off that winter weariness!
It’s hard to find something to do outside when the weather isn’t warm, but studies show that it’s incredibly important for your health. Business Insider reviewed the results of multiple studies from scientific journals that found some of the benefits from experiencing nature might include: Continue reading “Spring Into Action”