Dr. Ahmed Zayed

About: Dr. Ahmed Zayed

Dr. Ahmed Zayed Helmy holds a baccalaureate of Medicine and Surgery. He has completed his degree in 2011 at the University of Alexandria, Egypt. Dr. Ahmed believes in providing knowledgeable information to readers. Other than his passion for writing, currently he is working as a Plastic surgeon and is doing his masters at Ain shams University.

Articles By Dr. Ahmed Zayed

Consumer Health Digest
Jan24

What Are the Facts Related To Losing Weight after 50?

As people age, certain changes happen to their body as well. It is thought that people are most effective both physically and psychologically between 20 and 35 years of age. After that, both man and woman can experience, hormone changes, and are more likely to develop some conditions like diabetes 2, or arthritis, of course caused by unhealthy lifestyle. With increase of people suffering from these conditions, older people, over 50...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan24

How ‘Hidden’ Body Fats Protect us From Deadly Brain Disease?

There are various types of fat stored in our body. We consume various types of fat from different foods we consume in our daily life. The fat we consume can be categorized into saturated fat, Trans fat, and unsaturated fat. When the unsaturated fat is divided, we can categorize unsaturated fat into monounsaturated fat and polyunsaturated fat. The polyunsaturated fat can be further divided into omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan24

Are Nosocomial Infections Making Your Health Worse? Try These Tips Now

Millions of people are admitted into hospitals each year, yet many of them obtain additional infections while in-hospital. These type of infections that are obtained within a hospital or other type of healthcare facility are referred to as nosocomial infections. Data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that around 25% of daily hospital patients has one or more infections obtained from a healthcare...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan23

How Emotions Impact Our Health and Well-Being?

Emotions are an important part of what it means to be alive because, together with thinking and sensing, emotions tend to shape our perception of reality. But what exactly are emotions? According to Robert C. Solomon, emotion is a complex experience of consciousness, sensation, and behavior that shapes our experience and perception of a thing, event, or situation. Although it may be hard to grasp the complex nature of emotion, what we...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan23

Sedentary Lifestyle Accelerates Biological Aging, Study Reveals

Aging is inevitable although everyone would like to stop the clock or, at least, slow it down. When it comes to this natural process, it’s not only the skin that ages, but your entire body and its organs. Although inevitable, some factors do contribute to aging, thus accelerating it. As always, heredity plays a major role as well as one’s lifestyle. For example, scientists discovered that lack of physical activity speeds up aging. To...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan23

Can Woman Eat During Her Labor?

You picked the name and all those things to take to the hospital, the nurseries ready for the arrival of your bundle of joy, and you’re pretty much familiar with all things you should or shouldn’t do during pregnancy. But, there’s still a lot more you should learn about this special time in your life and labor itself. Most women are concerned about eating during labor; is it allowed or prohibited? If allowed, what to...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan21

Study: Type of Sugar, Not Just the Amount, Matters in Risk of Diseases

Harmful effects of high sugar consumption are well-documented. Multiple studies discovered that excessive sugar intake increases the risk of a variety of diseases and it’s needless to mention the odds of overweight and obesity elevate as well. Unfortunately, we consume more sugar than it is recommended throughout the day. While the harmful link between sugar intake and poor health is evident, the latest study showed it’s the type of...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan20

Are Fitness Trackers Fit for Security?

Fitness trackers are widely popular. It seems like every person who decides to improve their fitness or lose weight buys one of these gadgets dubbed to help you reach your goal easily. It is estimated that about 20 million of these devices have been sold in the first half of 2016, and it’s not surprising, fitness trackers are versatile and promise to deliver different kinds of info that you can use to keep track of your...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan20

Research: ACP and AAFP Introduce Joint Hypertension Guidelines

Hypertension or high blood pressure is quite common nowadays and according to the CDC, about 75 million American adults or 32% population has this health problem. That accounts for 1 in 3 adults. The same report states that only 54% of individuals with high blood pressure have their condition under control. Since hypertension is a major issue, it is necessary to take adequate measures to minimize this problem and prevent more...

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Consumer Health Digest
Jan19

Allergies: Types, Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factor and Treatments

Table of Contents [Hide] Allergy Types Manner of allergen intake Allergy classification according to reaction Allergy Symptoms Pollen allergy (hay fever) Food allergies Medication / drug allergy Insect bite allergy Anaphylaxis Allergy causes A faulty immune system The hygiene hypothesis Other proposed causes Strategies to help prevent allergies in children Risk Factors Genetics Allergens Environmental pollution Urbanization and gut...

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Weight Loss