Pitbull Borrows A Private Plane to Transfer Cancer Patients from Puerto Rico to Continue Chemo Treatment

As though we required another reason to love Pitbull.

The 36-year-old rapper is helping those that need it most.

“On account of vocalist Pitbull for loaning private plane to exchange cancer patients from Puerto Rico to the United States with the goal that they can take their chemo,” tweeted Jenniffer González, congresswoman for Puerto Rico.

Pitbull hasn’t shared his great deed via web-based networking media however told E! News, “Express gratitude toward God we’re honored to help. Simply doing my part.”

Gotta cherish him for that!




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Stars Stand With Mexico and Puerto Rico Amid Catastrophic Earthquake and Hurricane Maria

Sea tempest Maria has been the most intense tempest to hit Puerto Rico in just about a century. Presently the island is left to survey the harm and authorities say it could take a large portion of a year to reestablish energy to all its 3.5 inhabitants, as per NBC News.

The creature tropical storm ripped rooftops off structures and overflowed homes, and extreme flooding was accounted for over the island. Numerous lanes close to the capital are left looking like streams.

Jennifer Lopez is additionally helping and made a noteworthy declaration on Sunday.

Amid a question and answer session with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Lopez declared she’s making a $1 million gift to sea tempest alleviation endeavors in Puerto Rico. The vocalist and performer took to Instagram Friday to disclose to her devotees that she hadn’t gotten notification from her family in Puerto Rico after the current storms that cleared through the region.




“What’s first in my brain and numerous others, is endeavoring to make sense of the most ideal approach to help,” Lopez said. “Our island of Puerto Rico has been hit by the two most wrecking tropical storms we’ve ever observed Irma and Maria. Today, Puerto Rico needs our assistance. I ask you to help and give to the efforts(UnitedforPuertoRico.com) of the primary woman of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Rosselló. Together we can help remake our island and the Caribbean.”

Ten Early Warning Signs For Ovarian Cancer You Shouldn’t Ignore

Loss of Appetite
Ovarian cancer is known to cause an abrupt loss of appetite that’s normally out of character for the person affected. This is because the cancer impacts metabolism—or the breakdown of food into energy that fuels the body.

Urinary Frequency
Urinary problems, such as being overwhelmed by a sudden urge to urinate as well as peeing more often than usual is a sign of ovarian cancer—this can include bouts of incontinence (complete loss of bladder control before you can get to a bathroom) that will gradually worsen over a few weeks.




Abdominal Pain
Pain in the pelvic area or belly that feels very different from normal indigestion and menstrual problems (i.e., cramps) is indicative of ovarian cancer. Most patients complained of abdominal pain that persisted for longer than 2 weeks, and wasn’t associated with their period, diarrhea, or the stomach flu.

Feeling Full Quickly
In the more advanced stages of ovarian cancer, the cancer tumor itself can sit on the surface of the stomach, on the omentum (the fold in the abdominal cavity that connects the stomach to other organs), or on the intestines, causing a patient to feel full very quickly (a condition known as “early satiety”) when they eat.

Indigestion
Persistent indigestion, gas, nausea, or other gastro-intestinal issues, like heartburn, are quite common and persistent of ovarian cancer.




Bloating
Frequent bloating or gas pain in your belly or pelvis that doesn’t go away is another symptom of ovarian cancer. For instance, if your abdominals bloat so much that your clothes fit tighter around your waist so suddenly and without diet or activity changes—this may be cause for a doctor’s visit.

Lower Back Pain
A persistent, achy, dull pain in the lower back is a common sign of ovarian cancer. Many women patients equate the feeling with labor pain.

Altering Constipation and Diarrhoea
Changes in bowel habits, such as constipation and diarrhea, will often go hand in hand with ovarian cancer. This occurs when an ovarian tumor swells and puts pressure on the stomach, bowel, and bladder.




Sudden Weight Loss
Shedding 10 or more pounds without even dieting or exercising is common to ovarian cancer patients in the early stage.  Even though you might consider it a welcome occurrence, this rapid and unexplained weight loss should be reported to your physician immediately.

Vaginal Bleeding
A lesser known early warning sign, one that has only been noted in approximately 1 quarter of ovarian cancer patients, was spotting or irregular vaginal bleeding outside of the regular menstrual cycle. Other vaginal abnormalities may include the sudden development of sores or blister in the vaginal area, changes in skin color, or thick discharge.




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Ten Warning Signs Of Cervical Cancer You Shouldn’t Ignore

    1. Leg Pain
      Some women exhibiting early stages of cervical cancer experience swelling and pain in the leg. When the cervix swells it can lead to an obstructed blood flow, which eventually causes the leg to swell and gives a sore, painful sensation.
    2. Vaginal Discharge
      It’s normal for a woman to experience small amounts of clear discharge without color or odor. If the output of discharge increases, smells foul, or has any type of irregular appearance, it could be a sign of onset cervical cancer.




    1. Unusual Bleeding
      Of all the symptoms, this is likely the most common. If a woman is experiencing an untimely bout of vaginal bleeding, it could be an indicator of cervical cancer. Consider contacting a physician if you experience persistent bleeding in between menstrual periods or following sexual intercourse. Women who are postmenopausal and no longer have periods should pay close attention to this symptom.




    1. Discomforting Urination
      Keeping track of urination can help reveal the presence of cervical cancer in several ways. The most immediately obvious and prevalent symptom is discomfort while urinating. This is normally described as a tight and concentrating stinging sensation, but it can take on several different discomforting sensations. Usually when urinary symptoms are involved, the cancer has spread to nearby tissue and requires immediate attention.
    2. Irregular Urination




      The appearance of the urine and urinary habits can also be symptoms of cervical cancer. If you notice strange changes in the frequency of your urine, loss of bladder control (incontinence) or a discoloration – especially with blood – seek the input of a medical professional.
    3. Irregular Menstrual Cycles
      There should be some level of consistency when it comes to monthly periods. If time, frequency, or any other changes disrupt the regular routine, it may be linked to a future with cervical cancer. Take note of any medication you are on and consult a physician if inconsistencies persist.




  1. Uncomfortable Sex
    Painful intercourse, otherwise known as dyspareunia, is another discomforting side effect of cervical cancer. There are several possible reasons for this symptom to develop, as is the case with many of the symptoms on this list. This symptom is most commonly linked to conditions that require medical attention, however, so it shouldn’t be ignored.
  2. Pelvic Pain
    Pelvic pain is a fairly routine burden of being a woman. Cramping and aches during a menstrual cycle are perfectly normal, but when pain lasts for longer periods, happens frequently, or becomes more intense than usual it could beckon a look from the doctor.
  3. Back Pain
    Back pain is common, affecting around 80 percent of Americans, and it can happen for a wide variety of reasons, but if accompanied with other symptoms from the list, go for a medical check-up.
  4. Unexplained Loss of Weight and Fatigue
    Again, on its own, these symptoms can be a result of other factors, but when other symptoms are present, it should signal the need for a physical check-up. Cervical cancer can reduce the number of healthy red blood cells which are replaced by white blood cells that try fighting off the disease. This can cause anaemia which typically causes the woman to feel unexplained fatigue, lack of energy, and can lead to weight loss due to a loss of appetite.




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7 Warning Signs Of Lung Cancer That You Shouldn’t Ignore




  1. Persistent cough or changes in cough

If you have a cold, your cough should go away after a week or two, but if it persists over a long time, you should see your doctor. If you are a smoker or suffers from chronic cough, notice if there are any changes in your chronic cough, for example: coughing more frequently, deeper cough with a deeper or hoarse sound, coughing up blood or having more mucus than usual.

  1. Shortness of breath

If you are short of breath while doing a task that you could have done easily in the past, it may be a symptom of lung cancer. This symptom can occur if lung tumor blocks or narrows an airway, or if fluid from it builds up in the chest.




  1. Chest and bone pain

One of the symptoms may be pain in the chest, shoulder, or back area. Lung cancer that has spread to the bones may cause pain at the sites of the affected bone. If it has spread to the brain it may cause a number of neurological symptoms and headaches. So listen to your body and if the pain persists and doesn’t go away, go to see your doctor.




  1. Wheezing

While a whistling sound when you breathe can result from asthma or allergies, it can also be associated with lung cancer. If wheezing persists, visit your doctor to find the cause of it.

  1. Voice changes





Your voice becomes hoarser and deeper or you notice any other significant changes in your voice. While hoarseness can result from a simple cold, if it persists then go to see your doctor.

  1. Persistent chest infections 

Infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia that don’t go away or keep coming back.

  1. Weight loss, loss of appetite, fatigue and weakness

 

These are non-specific symptoms that can be seen with many other cancer types or other diseases, but if the changes are unexplained and persist, then go to your doctor to find the cause of it.

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