Medical Articles

5 Essential Tips to Sing Higher

Everyone feels comfortable singing with their natural voice range. There are many classifications of vocal ranges such as alto, tenor, or baritone. These are the most common and many people categorized themselves to belong in one of them. Singing high notes will be a challenge for them. There are lots of songs which are difficult…

Asthma Definition

Asthma is a disease that affects the respiratory system. This system is in charge of breathing in the human body. It is the second most important system in the body after the heart. The airways that carry air in and out of the lungs swell when irritated and therefore cannot carry air as required and…

Patellar Dislocation: Causes and Prevention

Patellar or kneecap  dislocations  are injuries that occur with significant regularity, especially in young and active teens. Most injuries occur laterally and are accompanied by severe pain and swelling. The immediate remedial action following a patellar  dislocation  is to relocate the kneecap back to the trochlear groove. This is often performed without you even knowing…

Fractures and Back Pain – Who’s at Risk?

Overview Managing back pain due to back or hip injuries and fractures needs thorough assessment, diagnosis and immediate treatment. Having your back and bones thoroughly analyzed by a qualified medical professional is essential to increasing your chances of living a more normal life. The manner in which a doctor treats fracture-related back pain will be…

6 Dangerous Things in Our Daily Life

We need to know dangerous things between us. Most of them are commonly used in our everyday life. Read this article to get more information. Do you know that your used bottle is dangerous? A used plastic bottle which is derived from polyethylene terephthalate or PET contains DEHA (a chemical that stimulate cancer disease in…

Child Surgery

Each year 4 million children undergo surgery and almost 8 million parents stress over the well being of their children through this dramatic period of their lives. All types of questions pop into a parent’s mind, and the uncertainty can create a great deal of anxiety both for parents and child. A study from Yale…

Herpes Zoster Treatment

Herpes zoster, also called shingles, is something that anyone can get if they have had chickenpox in the past. If untreated it can last for up to a couple of weeks, however it is not recommended. Treatment is primarily necessary due to the discomfort and pain the condition causes and few people can endure it…

Sore Throat Medicine

I think the best  sore   throat  medicine is tea. Tea comes in a variety of flavors and it help your  sore   throat  a great deal if you drink it often. Every time I would get a  throat  that is  sore , especially during the winter months, I would drink some tea and, within a couple of…

Family Fitness Myths and Facts

Fitness suffers more from the myths about it than does possibly any other health-care concern. Here we will list common myths and present the facts that dispel them. Myth: The Food Pyramid is for everyone. Fact: For many people, six to seven servings of grains, breads, and cereals are too much. It can cause bloat,…

Type 2 Diabetes – Diabetes In Men

Genetic inheritance causes Type 2 diabetes. But factors such as excess weight around the abdominal area, lack of exercise and even the stress of surgery, interact with the genetic risk to trigger the disease. Although it is true people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes are found to be insulin-resistant before they actually become obese, sedentary,…

What is Obesity and How to Fight It

No one would say  obesity  is attractive, nor healthy. Prevention of  obesity  is really a straightforward proposition. If you’ll forgive the pun, prevention of  obesity  is truly worth many pounds of cure. People of normal, stable weight may gain a few pounds over the holidays, partaking of all that holiday cheer. Cookies, fudge, delicious gravies…