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Emetophobia Stories of Success

Emetophobia Stories of Success Emetophobia is basically an illogical fear about vomiting. Those who are emetophobic will be always having the worry that they may vomit in front of others or they will be vomited by someone. They get afraid when they see someone vomiting or just the vomit. Knowing that someone is vomiting is…

Stopping Food Poisoning Before It Happens

Food poisoning what to do is not to get poisoned in the first place by understanding what can harm you. Part of my goal here today is share with you some of these culprits that some people don’t know about, as well as share with you a few tips on how to heal from poisoning.Mercury…

Causes of Gastric Ulcer

Gastric ulcer is basically due to the imbalanced secretion of stomach enzymes and acids as well as the components released in the mucosal lining of the stomach. This then will get inflamed that may be aggravated by aspirin and NSAIDs or Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs. NSAIDs are commonly taken to combat the symptoms of other ailments…

Peptic Ulcer, causes, symptoms and Unani Treatment

A peptic ulcer is the result of hyperacidity, which is caused by an increase in the hydrochloric acid in the stomach. This strong acid, secreted by the cells lining the stomach, erodes the inner lining of the stomach. Dietetic indiscretion such as overeating, taking of heavy meals or highly spiced foods, coffee, alcohol, and smoking…

Gastritis Is More Than Indigestion

It is the inflammation of the stomach getting the defense system on roll. It would mean that the stomach is injured and the white blood cells move on the walls of the stomach for help. The inflammation can be caused due to an infection caused by bacterium which can lead to stomach ulcers. Any other…

The Diversity of Lupus Symptoms

Lupus is a complex autoimmune disease that generates a wide variety of symptoms. The symptoms produced by lupus may range from mild to severe and generally occur in flares, unpredictably aggravating or ameliorating over time. Some of the common symptoms of lupus are: pronounced fatigue, pain and swelling of the joints, skin rashes and fever.…

Lower Extremity Ulcers of the Legs, Ankles, and Feet

An ulcer is a sore on the skin or a mucous membrane often associated with the disintegration of tissue and the formation of pus. Ulcers can result in the complete loss of the epidermis, the dermis, and in more advanced cases subcutaneous fat. Ulcers that appear in the skin are distinguished by inflamed tissue with…

Skin Surgery Options and Treatment

The skin is susceptible to many diseases, discolorations, and growths. It may also be damaged by excessive exposure to the sun and the effects of aging. In most cases, skin problems requiring dermatologic surgery can be addressed in the dermatologist’s office or in an outpatient setting, usually under local anesthesia, with minimal pain, and low…

Risk factors of stroke disease

 High blood pressure Hypertension (high blood pressure) is a major risk factor in both ischaemic and haemorrhagic strokes (Wolf and D’Agostino 1993).  Welin et al (1987) found that high blood pressure was a risk factor in 789 men, 57 of whom had had a stroke and had been monitored for up to 18 years.  Sandercock,…

Silent Heart Attack and Its Atypical Signs

During heart attack one might feel dizzy although is not a common symptom it has been observed at some people with heart attack. Heart attacks are more often in the morning because of the amounts of adrenaline in the blood. Too much adrenaline in the blood may determine formation of clot and rupture of plaque.…

Heart Attack – Causes, Signs, Symptoms and Treatment

Any of a number of conditions that can affect the heart. Some examples include coronary heart disease, heart attack, cardiovascular disease, pulmonary heart disease and high blood pressure. Heart disease is a big problem in today’s society because of lifestyle issues such as poor diet, lack of exercise and smoking. Heart attack (myocardial infarction or…

Three Times Weekly Anti-tuberculosis Treatment of Category 1 and Category 11 Patients of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Under Directly Observed Therapy (dots)

THREE TIMES WEEKLY ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS TREATMENT OF CATEGORY 1 AND CATEGORY 11 PATIENTS OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS UNDER DIRECTLY OBSERVED THERAPY (DOTS) STRATEGY IN RURAL AREAS OF SINDH, PAKISTAN. AUTHORS: DR: BHURGRI GHULAM RASOOL DR: SHAMIM-UR-REHMAN DR: MOMINA TAKI MUHAMMAD DR: SHAH MURAD MASTOEE. DR: RAJ KUMAR CHOHAN. DR: DAHRI GHULAM MUSTAFA. DR: FAISAL KHAN. DR: ATIF…

Esophageal Cancer Metastasis

The spread of the disease from one organ or part to another non-adjacent organ or part is called metastasis or metastatic disease. Previously it was that only malignant tumor cells had the capacity to metastasize which is now in reconsideration due to research. The word metastasis in Greek means “removal from one place to another”…