Medical Articles

Reduce Stress With Your Breath

Breathing is an involuntary activity. As soon as you were born, you knew how to breathe without anyone teaching you. When you were a baby, even when you didn’t have conscious muscle control, you breathed. The way we breathe determines how much oxygen our blood transports to our tissues and muscles. Breathing and breathing properly…

Diagnostic Ultrasound in Musculoskeletal Pain Management Treatment

Technology takes the credit for bringing light to previously unclear and unsafe treatment ideas. Now, medical experts can move with precision to treat ailments however sever, with maximum assurance of health recovery. Diagnostic Ultrasound is one of those technologies that are serving the medical field successfully. A variation of this technology known as Musculoskeletal Ultrasound…

Conventional Treatment For Someone With Breast Cancer

There are a number of treatment options once diagnosed with breast cancer that you can choose from. Late detection of the cancer minimizes the chances of having it cured. Because men have smaller breasts, the cancer is likely to spread at a faster rate during the initial stages compared to women. However, if for both…

The Importance Of Breathing In Yoga

Yoga is so much more than just fancy postures. Strength and flexibility are only two small parts of the Hatha Yoga practice. Breath is something perceived as so mundane, that it is taken for granted. Yet, mastering the breath through pranayama practice is truly one of the pathways to inner peace. "When the breath wanders,…

Specific Genetic Disorders Trigger Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia, which is often also referred to as “the cancer of mental illness,” is a dreaded mental condition. It is one of the leading causes of disability in the United States. Though it can strike at any age, approximately 75 percent people get afflicted by schizophrenia are aged between 16 and 30 – male 16-25…

Analysis of the True Meaning of Magnolia

Warning: This article is an analysis of the movie Magnolia and contains many spoilers. Everyone who has watched the much-praised film “Magnolia” undoubtedly walked out of the theater with maybe a feeling of awe, but most likely an overwhelming confusion over its ending, especially the scene with the shower of frogs. A key aspect to…

Mouth Breathing and Dental Health

Breathing is something that we do automatically to stay alive and so most of us do not think twice about it. It is perfectly natural to breathe through the mouth at certain terms such as when running or lifting heavy objects, however if breathing occurs through the mouth habitually then it can lead to many…

Hay Fever and Mowing Grass – Some Solutions

Do you have hay fever symptoms when you’re mowing the lawn? If you’re in doubt, an allergy to grass (and other) pollens can result in one or more of the following: red, sore and runny eyes a blocked nose and/or sneezing skin rashes and blotches plus a general ‘itchiness’ a blocked and catarrh-ridden throat a…

Mesothelioma Symptoms: An Overview

Malignant mesotheliomas are rare cancers that form in the tissues lining the lungs (pleura), abdomen (peritoneum) or heart (pericardium). Pleural mesothelioma, which affects the lining of the lungs, is the most common, accounting for about 75 percent of all malignant mesotheliomas. Between ten and twenty percent of all malignant mesotheliomas are peritoneal mesotheliomas. Pericardial mesotheliomas…