Medical Articles

White Collar Crimes

White collar crime claims to refer to crimes committed at a business by a businessman or woman. Criminology expert and sociologist, Edwin Sutherland, in a 1939 speech, coined the term. A white collar criminal is considered less likely to commit another crime, and punishment may be softer than for crimes involving violent. Evidence in a…

How Can A Cerebral Palsy Diagnosis Be Done?

There are hundreds and thousands of children all over the world who are affected by cerebral palsy. Many parents are anxious to know how they can spot the symptoms so that they can consult their doctors who can help them diagnose if their child has cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is a disorder that affects infants…

Sleep Paralysis Hallucination

Sleep paralysis hallucination is one condition that affects many people at some stage in their lives. The problem arises when the attacks become more frequent and persistent in nature. For you to be able to deal with the problem you need to at least understand what causes it. Usually it happens when a person is…

After a Hernia Surgery – 5 Things to Do

For most people, the first time they look down at their midsection and see a hernia bulging through, it can be an odd sight – and more than just a little unsettling. It can also be confusing for those people for whom the hernia intermittently continues to pop in and pop out of sight, making…

What is Glaucoma?

This article gives an overview of glaucoma, looking at glaucoma symptoms; the causes of glaucoma; how glaucoma is diagnosed by your doctor and finally glaucoma treatment. Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases in which damage to the nerve located in the back of the eye (optic nerve) results in loss of eyesight. At first,…

Remorse Regret and Sorry – A Triad of Social Psychology

Remorse, Regret, and Sorry are three words vital to adaptive living. These three words when practiced increase the probability of all social interactions being successful. Ignorance and / or refusal of this psychological triad lead to criminal and / or deviant behaviors with victimization as the modus operandi. Two diminutive words, "I'm Sorry", is one…

Naturally Control Diabetes

Diabetes has been around for thousands of years. However prior to 1921 when insulin was discovered, it was difficult to manage. Prior to this time individuals turned to diet, exercises and herbs as a means of regulating their glucose levels. By 1950 diabetes pills came on the scene, and people began to again turn away…

Tightening Skin on Your Stomach Post Pregnancy

Our tummies all grow with pregnancy, of course. Fortunately, they shrink back down again, although with many of us, they just are not quite the same. Some of us have excess fat or that darn loose skin that just sort of hangs there. Tightening skin on your stomach can happen, but it will take time.…

What Are the Different Types of Depression According To Symptoms

Types of Depression Depression is diagnosed by studying a person’s behavior and by evaluating his/her state of mind. Many people are not aware that there are several kinds of depression. Medically, several different types of depression have been diagnosed and identified based on the symptoms of depression displayed by people. Based on their symptoms the…

Teens and Depression

I was as a teen in high school when I first started noticeing that I was suffering from a deep lingering sadness that never went away, which I discovered later to be a severe bipolar disorder. (A disorder that causes one to fluctuate back and forth between mania and depression.) It was especially difficult for…

Social Anxiety Support Online

If you suffer from social phobia, you might want to consider receiving social anxiety support online. This can give you confidence and keep you focused on your goals. Depending on how bad your condition is, receiving support online from others is a great way for you to start your recovery process. It's a good way…

Anxiety Symptoms and Recovery

We all have stressful lives because stress is a normal part of living. Stress keeps us on our toes and motivates us forward. This is to be expected but when stress grows out of control, the body often experiences stress reactions. This includes anxiety, panic attacks, fatigue and exhaustion. Being aware of the body's stress…