Medical Articles

Pachygyria Treatment

Pachygyria is a kind of pre-natal developmental disorder which affects a child and his spontaneous mental growth process. Predominantly, the condition is recognized in a child by the bulky convolutions of the cerebral cortex. This discrepancy gets originated probably due to unusual and abnormal neuron migration in brain and nervous system development process. In case…

Guide to Types of Coolers and Tips to Finding the Right Cooler

Coolers are indispensable storage containers that every household should have, what with the numerous functions they provide. In addition to their popular affiliation with picnics and trips, coolers can be used for food preservation, for emergency kits, and for other general storage functions. Coolers come in different types and sizes, with each one being suitable…

Potent Herbal Treatment for a Chronic Cough

A chronic cough is not actually a disease in itself. However, a cough that lasts for weeks on end is definitely physically tiring, annoying and embarrassing to say the least. The good news is there are potent medications that can relieve a chronic cough. There also are different herbal treatments that are quite effective in…

Treating Multiple Myeloma Naturally

Multiple myeloma is a cancer that commences in plasma cells which are a part of the white blood cells present in the blood circulation. These plasma cells play an important part in the immune system of the body by producing antibodies to help protect the body against infection and damage. In this disease, plasma cells…

Respiratory System Disorders – Diseases of the Chest Wall

The integrity of the chest wall and muscular action of the intercostal muscles and diaphragm are necessary to ensure proper ventilation. Though minor deformities may not be functionally significant, gross bony deformities and muscular paralysis impair ventilation and give rise to respiratory embarrassment. Kyphoscoliosis: Kyphosis is the abnormal curvature of the thoracic spine with convexity…

Still a Bulge After Hernia Surgery? What to Do

A hernia is often visible outside the body as a bulge. In fact, the appearance of a visible bulge is usually the first sign that a hernia may be present in the body. Technically, a hernia results when a weakness in the abdominal wall allows the contents of the abdomen – such as the gut…

Physical Therapy Tricks for Plugged/Blocked Milk Ducts

As a Physiotherapist (aka Physical Therapist) and expectant mother, I find myself increasingly interested in the physical challenges faced by new mothers and their babies. The rapid growth that occurs for both mom and baby creates unique physical demands that are typically without parallel in normal everyday life. These physical demands can lead to a…

Treating Glandular Fever – The Top 5 Remedies

Treating glandular fever with natural remedies is showing promising results in relieving uncomfortable symptoms without the side effects of dangerous drugs. Lets have a look at the top 5 remedies: 1) Anti-viral herbs Herbs play a central role in boosting immunity and quelling pain and inflammation. Some of the most popular herbs for treating glandular…

Why Inositol Is Much More Than Just A Powerful Fat-Burner

In common with choline, Inositol is often regarded as a member of the B-complex of vitamins, although this is not strictly accurate. Both choline and Inositol, however, work in similar fashion to the B vitamins. Inositol is vital for the health of cell membranes and for the transmission of energy and nutrients between cells. There…