Medical Articles

Rosacea: When Damaged Blood Vessels Affect Facial Skin

KNOWING ROSACEA Rosacea is a disorder of the blood vessels. It is a common skin disorder. Approximately 48 percent of the world population suffers from Rosacea. However, Rosacea is one of the most misunderstood states of the skin. FAMOUS PERSONS SUFFERING FROM ROSACEA If you are having Rosacea, you are then in the august company…

Coughing Acid Reflux – What it is and How to Treat It

If you experience persistent, dry coughing, coughing acid reflux is one possible cause of the problem.  This might come as a surprise to you, since you may not experience all of the typical symptoms of this disease, which include heartburn, regurgitation, hoarseness, sore throat, bad breath, and a sensation of having food stuck in the…

Colon Cancer – Is It Dangerous?

When a tumor forms up inside a rectum or a colon then it can either be a gentle tumor or a nasty tumor. These are the two kinds of tumors that are known to occur inside the large intestine. One difficulty encountered with beningh tumors is that they are hardly detected in the first place.…

Bonexcin Reviewed – How Effective is This Product?

As we add one more candle to that birthday cake each year, our bodies, which are nature’s most perfect creations are deteriorating from within, getting prone to newer invasions and conditions. Isn’t that how life is past fifty? Maybe even forty! Creaky joints and brittle bones? Welcome to Osteoporosis land, where bone turns to glass.…

High Death Toll From Pneumonia

Pneumonia kills over 60,000 Americans every year and it remains a leading cause of death of children worldwide. This is tragic considering the fact that the disease can be cured with early detection and treatment. Pneumonia is the inflammation of the lung in which the air spaces are filled with mucus and fluid, making breathing…

Know Your Anti-Depressants – Even If You Don’t Plan to Take Them

It’s important to know your anti-depressants, before you reject them. Traditional anti-depressants do have their place, when dealing with severe forms of depression – but there are also very real hazards, too. Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors are modern psychiatrists’ first choice. These include such brand names as: • Paxil • Zoloft • Effexor • Wellbutrin •…

Symptoms of Heart Attack

Heart attack symptoms for women, you know, the typical chest pain (which also applies to men), isn’t always the most noticeable in women. You’d be wondering: A heart attack is a heart attack, does it matter whether it happens to a man or a woman? Why talk about heart attack symptoms specific to women? Symptoms…

Natural Remedies For Phlegm

Common illnesses like flu, cold, sore throat can lead to serious illnesses and diseases if not treated with care. Of course one could always visit the doctor or eat medicine. Recently, I was not sleeping very well and soon, fell sick. This time round, I was determined not to see doctor and allow it to…

About Pneumonia Symptoms and Treatment

Every year there are people that die of pneumonia, especially older people, those with chronic illnesses or impaired immune systems, but also affects young and healthy people. There are many types of pneumonia with various signs and symptoms that usually appear after a flu or a complicated cold. Pneumonia occurs suddenly with chest pain, chills,…

What Everyone Should Know About Tonsils And Adenoids

Nearly every adult today can remember clearly whether they still have their tonsils and adenoids, or whether they were removed during their childhood. There was a time when these two organs were removed at the first sign of an infection, but over the years, this practice thankfully has waned to almost non-existence. Now, unless there…

Genetic Phenylketonuria

Phenylketonuria presents one of the most dramatic examples of how the relationship between genotype and phenotype can depend on environmental variables. Phenylketonuria was very first recognized as an inherited cause of mental retardation in 1934, and systematic attempts to deal with the situation were initiated within the 1950s. The term “phenylketonuria” denotes increased amounts of…

One Type of Bronchitis- Acute Bronchitis

This type of bronchitis, the acute form usually starts about five days after you have had an respiratory infection. If you have had a flu or cold, about five days after, you will experience bronchitis symptoms. The most common symptoms for acute bronchitis are cough, fever tiredness. Cough is the most common of all the…

Comparing Diabetic Hypoglycemia and Hyperglycemia

Diabetics must manage their blood glucose levels through medication, diet, exercise, and daily monitoring. Failure to do so can result in wildly fluctuating blood sugars that can lead to either diabetic hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or hyperglycemia (high blood sugar). Both of these conditions are dangerous for the diabetic and can lead to other medical…