Healthcare Tips and Topics
Low-temperature fevers are easy to ignore as they’re not bad enough to disrupt our work. We only associate high fevers with something serious, but having a low-grade temperature for anything more than a week, could be equally dangerous. Persistent low fevers could be as harmless as a flu or could indicate a more serious condition like leukemia. Either way, never leave a fever untreated if it persists for more than a few days. Even if it’s not serious, it’s best to have a doctor treat it.
Today, strong evidence exists that some of the vital nutrients found in many root vegetables — including vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, magnesium and dietary fiber — can help fight cancer, diabetes, obesity, and inflammatory-based disorders like heart disease and arthritis.