Medical Articles

Morel’s Along the Trail

A great aspect of a good hike, is that you never know what is around the next corner. Early to mid Spring, brings a bunch of budding trees and new growth all over the forest floor. As the suns rays warm the soil all around, wildflowers and wonderful mushrooms begin to pop their heads up.…

Pancreatic Tumors – Know the Facts

Before you learn about pancreatic tumors, you must understand a little about the pancreas itself. It is an organ that exists and functions in the endocrine and digestive systems. One way of describing the pancreas is that it is exocrine. This means that it operates as part of the digestive system and secretes digestive enzymes.…

Childhood Pneumonia

Pneumonia is the infection of the either one lung or both. When both the lungs get infected it is known as double pneumonia. When the pneumonia is mild enough that the visit to the doctor can be avoided and the child can carry out daily activities normally, it is known as walking pneumonia. The lungs…

Fluid Pneumonia

Pneumonia, is when the lungs fill with fuild, and in turn prevent oxygen from reaching the bloodstream. This is a medical condition that can have result from severl diseases where the tiny, air-filled saces in the lung, which are responsible for absorbing oxygen from the air, are filled with fluid. Many different types of pneumonia…

Using Homeopathy to Control Asthma

Asthma is a chronic condition that affects millions of people all over the world. Studies show that 1 in 7 children, and 1 in 12 adults, suffer from asthma. Thought the severity of the attacks can vary – it can be mild and easily treated, or lead to weeks of hospitalization – anyone who suffers…

Use Effective Home Remedies for Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a type of skin disease. The persons suffering from psoriasis get red patches of solver border and thick skin on the body. These patches appear especially on elbows, knees, scalp and trunk or even n the genital arms and under their arms. The affected areas are itching and painful. In spite of the…

Asthma and Chronic Bronchitis-Causes and Cures

Anything chronic is considered to be a persistent, recurrent and lasting condition. While chronic bronchitis has often been associated with allergies and/or asthma, there are many other causes that can trigger a bronchial infection. Asthma as we know is a lung disease that is characterized by asthmatic events triggered by a variety of factors which…

Chest Infection and asthma?

More Asthma questions please visit : AsthmaAsk.com Can’t we capture rid of heart,asthma,arthritis,etc by rising the immune system of the human body? It might not be such a far fetched idea. One doctor claims nutrition is the knob, says… If allergies are the problem, have you ever thought why your immune system is so sensitive…

Patellectomy Or Kneecap Procedure For Knee Replacement

The knee can be divided into three joints; medial or inside, lateral or outside, and patello-femoral or kneecap joint. If the kneecap joint alone is affected by arthritis then an artificial joint can replace this part. Trochlear dysplasia is a common precursor of patellofemoral arthritis and may account, in part, for persistent anterior knee pain.…

Baby Bronchitis

Baby bronchitis is as a result of exposure to pathogens causing the infection.  These pathogens include viruses and bacteria.  In order to treat baby bronchitis, the exact cause should be known first.  This is by doing diagnosis in your nearest baby health center.  The tests done at the center will let you and the doctor…

Pre-Natal Birth Injuries Occurring Due to Medical Negligence

Generally speaking, around ten noteworthy birth miss happenings crop up per one thousand live births in the United States. A birth grievance basically takes place during a child delivery. There are numerous reasons that results in a birth injury. Occasionally, it is caused owing to the medical malpractices. In case of an unprofessional medical conduct,…

Type 2 Diabetes – Bell’s Palsy and Diabetes!

The facial nerve, or seventh cranial nerve, as its names suggest is partly located in the skull and controls some of the facial muscles. When it becomes inflamed or swollen it can suffer from too much pressure against the walls of its tunnel through the skull, causing Bell’s Palsy. Bell’s Palsy results in paralysis or…