Medical Articles

Sore Throat

Sore throat means the inflammation of the pharynx (back of the throat). It occurs  normally when a person has a cold or an attack of influenza. Strep throat is an infection of the pharynx, caused by group A streptococcus bacteria, while sore throat may be a viral or a bacterial infection. Strep throat is common…

Tonsillitis

Tonsillitis refers to acute inflammation of the tonsils, which lie, one on each side of the throat. Chronic tonsillitis is a term applied to cases in which there is enlargement of the tonsils accompanied by repeated attacks of infection   The tonsils are situated at the back of your throat – one on the right…

What Are The Causes Of Neuropathy?

Neuropathy is nerve damage.   It creates nerve pain.  When the nerve breaks down due to disease, chemical toxins, trauma, etc., the myelin sheath begins to break down.    This creates a short circuit similar to what happens when a wire loses its insulating cover.   The damage can continue and the symptoms of this damage will get…

Can Diabetes Trigger Mood Swings?

People who suffer from diabetes have many challenges to deal with. Diabetes is disease that influences not only the sufferer but also those around him, as well as his relatives and friends It is an autoimmune disease that spoils insulin-producing cells and can affect everyone not considering gender or age.  But is there any relation…

Dog Rat Poison Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Rat poison is a rodenticide that contains dangerous toxin chemical name bromethalin or warfarin which can cause illness symptoms such as hemorrhaging and internal bleeding inside important organs of dog body. Dog eating poison is a very common case because these dangerous chemical are often left around the areas where dogs can get it easily.…

Causes of Epilepsy, Symptoms and Treatment

Epilepsy is a condition in which people have epileptic attacks (also known as seizures). It is one of the more common neurological conditions, affecting 0.5-1 per cent of the population. Epilepsy is not a single condition, but a group of conditions with differing causes, treatments and prognoses Epilepsy is not a single medical condition in…

KILLER CORSETS

KILLER CORSETS: DEATH TO DRAG QUEENS By Madeline Rose Two actresses of the American stage, circa 1900, were Anna Held and Lillian Russell. These two were heralded as beautiful women, and indeed they were. They wore the most fashionable gowns of the era, keeping their hour-glass figures perfect with tight whale-bone corsets. Rumor had it,…

Schizophrenia and Related Psychoses

Schizophrenia and Related Psychoses    Schizophrenia: Introduction: Of all the psychiatric syndrome, schizophrenia is the most difficult to define and describe. Over the last 100 years widely divergent concepts have been held in different countries and by different psychiatrists. Basic concepts are (over simplified) Acute schizophrenia (Type 1): Predominated by positive symptoms such as delusions,…

Migraine – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Migraine is a neurological disease of which the most common symptom is an intense and disabling episodic headache. Migraine headaches are usually characterized by severe pain on one or both sides of the head. Absent serious head injuries, stroke, and tumors, the recurring severity of the pain indicates a vascular headache rather than a tension…

Alopecia (baldness or Hair Loss)

What is Alopecia? Alopecia (also known as baldness or hair loss) refers to loss or lack of hair on part of or the entire scalp and in some cases, other parts of the body. Hair loss can be temporary or permanent and can affect people of all ages. Although alopecia can occur anywhere on the…

Malignant Otitis Externa Treatment Information

Malignant otitis externa is a condition involving inflammation and damage to the bone and cartilage of the base of skull. Otitis Externa malignancy is caused by the spread of infection from an infection of the external ear. Malignes (necrotizing) otitis externa is a life-threatening extension of otitis externa mastoid bone and temporal. It is generally…

Miracles Performed by Jesus Christ!

Water Made Wine: John 2:1-11. The Nobleman’s Son: John 4, 48-54. The Draught of Fishes: Luke 5, 1-11. The Cure of the Demoniac: Mark 1, 23-28; Luke 4, 33-37. Peter’s Mother-in-law: Matt. 8, 14-15; Mark 1, 29-31; Luke 4, 38-39. The Leper: Matt. 8, 1-4; Mark 1, 40-45; Luke 5, 12-19. The Paralytic Cured: Matt.…