Medical Articles

Cirrhosis – Effects and Conditions

Cirrhosis is the irreversible scarring, due to excessive consumption of alcohol or a viral infection like hepatitis C, of ​​the liver. This usually happens during the end stages of several liver disorders. The normal tissue of the liver is destroyed when cirrhosis occurs, and fibrous scarred tissue replicates it. This causes permanent damage to the…

Homemade Dog Food Recipes Free

If you owned a pet during the 2007 pet food recall, you understand all too well why so many people are making their own dog food these days. And it is not hard to do or as expensive as you may think. Why preparing your dog’s food at home could be a better choice: Most…

Alcohol Consumption After Gastric Sleeve Surgery

Post bariatric surgery, have you too observed that alcohol affects you differently? While you were comfortable with having 2-3 pegs of your favourite Scotch before you went under the knife, now, even one peg make you feel the same as 2-3? You can take a moment to find some solace in the fact that you…

What is Gastritis? It's Symptoms and Natural Cure

An inflammation of the stomach lining, gastritis is usually signaled by indigestion, either with or without bleeding in the digestive tract. Acute gastritis, often develops when people are subjected to sudden stress, such as from intense burns or other severe injury or illness; it may also develop after surgery, leading to stress ulcers and severe…

Causes of High Pulse Rate

High pulse rate is where the heart beats faster than usual leaving behind its repercussions. This condition is medically termed as Tachycardia, where the heart beat is abnormally higher than the normal rate being 60-100 per every minute. So when a pulse crosses 100 BPM, it is considered to be high due to insufficiency or…

Edema and Lymph Edema Compared

Both, lymph edema and edema involve swelling, but there is a vast difference in these conditions. Edema is generally the body's reaction to an injury which manifests as fluid retention in the body tissues. Once the healing process begins, the edema decreases as the accumulated fluids move out of the affected area. An injury or…

A Little That I Know About Industrial Valves

Popular industrial valve types are • Ball • Gate • Swing Check • Globe • Butterfly Let's explain briefly about these. Ball Valves It's ball placed inside a passageway that gives way for passing of fluid. A most common ball valve is a two way valve. This valve has a single passage way. Three way…

Heart Attack Symptoms in Women

Heart attack, also known as myocardial infarction, is considered to be the leading cause of death in the world. Although mostly men suffer from it, women are also nowdays being admitted in hospital due to heart attacks. It has been seen that the symptoms of heart attack in women is quite different from those experienced…

Tuberculosis – Tubercle Bacillus

Tuberculosis is an infection that often can become deadly. Tuberculosis is caused by the bacterium known as mycobacteria. Tuberculosis can attack the lungs, the central nervous system, the lymphatic system, the circulatory system, the genitourinary system, the gastrointestinal system, bones, joints and the skin at times. The specific name of the bacteria that causes tuberculosis…

Prostate Cancer – It's Not The End

When it comes to prostate cancer, probably the most important factor in getting the output you desire is " Early Detection ". Over the past couple of years I've had the chance to hear about or talk with those who have not done it early, and heard about some of the challenges (incontinence, impotence, and…