Medical Articles

What You Should Know About Allergy Induced Autism

Allergy induced autism has only been recognized by scientists and doctors for a relatively short time since the “discovery” of autism. Since being recognized, its presence has become increasingly common; in line with the increase in autism cases. Those who are at the highest risk for allergy induced autism are children who have regressive autism…

Depression or Depletion?

In today’s world, depression is often thrown about casually. As a coach, it’s a subject known to peep its head into conversations from time to time. Recently, on a special coaching ethics call, author, therapist and well-known life coach Patrick Williams (author of Law and Ethics in Coaching: How to Solve and Avoid Difficult Problems…

How Can H Pylori Cause Anxiety and Depression?

It is well known that H. pylori can cause digestive symptoms such as heartburn, reflux, bloating, nausea and vomiting. However, the knock on effects of bacterial and parasitic infections can be profound and may cause seemingly unrelated symptoms. Research has clearly shown that H. pylori can cause vitamin B12 deficiency and iron deficiency anaemia. Typically,…

A Few Common Myths About Plantar Fasciitis

When people start to experience pain in their feet, the first thing many of them do is go see a doctor. After all, doctors are supposed to be the experts when it comes to any kind of body pain. But the reality is that yours is probably mistaken when it comes to plantar fasciitis/fasciosis. It’s…

Quick Fix Your Medical Scrubs

Nurses spent most of their time roving around the ward or making some quick notes of their patients’ conditions. They often run around with the stretchers to transport a patient that needed an immediate cure. They would bruise and brush with the metal stretcher or against the wall just to stride down for their next…

Oral Thrush Caused by Yeast Overgrowth

When you get a yeast infection in the mouth, it is called Thrush, characterized by redness and white bumps and can be painful. Newborns, infants, and older adults are most susceptible, but it can occur in anyone at any age. In babies that are healthy yeast infection is not usually a serious issue and can…

Leading Causes of High SGPT

Serum Glutamic Pyruvic Transaminase, or more commonly known as SGPT, is a naturally occurring enzyme in our bodies and is normally found in liver and heart cells. Being an enzyme, its function is to assist in more efficient means on the usage of energy when generating chemical reactions in our bodies. In other words, it…