Medical Articles

Be Ready For Cold-Induced Asthma Symptoms

Anyone suffering from asthma quickly learns that cold air often brings on an attack. The problem with cold-induced asthma symptoms is that they can be easily mistaken for other, much less serious problems (like being extremely tired). Because exercise- and cold-induced asthma can, in some cases, result in death, it is very important to correctly…

FAQ About Tuberculosis

1. What kind of disease is tuberculosis? Tuberculosis is a disease caused by a bacterium which affects mostly the lungs but can affect the bones, kidney, and other organs too. 2. How can the doctor know when a patient has tuberculosis? Most of the doctors follow a procedure based on several tests. At first they…

Simple Ways to Stop Hair Loss & Regain New Growth

Troubled by hair loss and you start seeing yourself losing strands on your head and bald circles started to form? What can you do to stop the problem and to have a healthy crown again? The majority of hair loss sufferers got the problem genetically, especially for males. If you see that most of the…

Signs and Symptoms of Bronchitis

The bronchi are the lining of the air tubes of the lungs. The inflammation of the bronchi is called Bronchitis. It can be the result of a cold, a sore throat or influentza. The cool air and the low temperatures in winter influence in a negative way the disease. You can be contaminated with the…

Fibroids Pressing on the Bladder – What Can I Do?

If you have fibroids pressing on your bladder, this is no doubt causing you great discomfort. It is not always the size of fibroids which is relevant, but often their location and this is a case in point! Sometimes even large fibroids can cause very few issues when they are located centrally in the uterus.…

Discover What Causes Breathing Pain in Your Chest

Do you have experiences in breathing pain in your chest? It is not always related to the heart. There are still other reasons for chest pain that are not cardiological though it is the same with heart attack. Some of the symptoms heart diseases are acute chest pain and fullness in the chest but this…

Good Food Good Health – Colds

Here we are facing the 'cold' season yet again and no matter who or where you are, we are all going to come into contact with the virus. Commuting to work is one of the worst places for contracting a cold; a nice packed underground train or bus with people sneezing is a haven for…

Bronchitis and Mucus

Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi, or air passages. (But then, if you knew anything about medical terminology at all, you already figured that out. -itis = Inflammation of, so as long as you've heard words like "bronchial" before, you're in the right general region) . Usually bronchitis is caused by a virus that…

Walk a Normal Life With a Knee Joint Replacement Surgery

Athletes are best admired by most of the people because of their amazing strength and stamina. They often undergo rigid trainings for them to acquire the strength they need. Although strict trainings can enhance their ability, their physical characteristics are still one of the contributing factors of their victory. The area or muscle of an…

Radial Head Fracture Information

A radial head fracture is the most common broken elbow bone seen in adults. Radial head fractures are common injuries, occurring in about 20 percent of all acute elbow injuries. They are more frequent in women than in men and occur most often between 30 and 40 years of age. Approximately 10 percent of all…

What Is Osteolysis Disease?

Osteolysis disease is a condition that occurs when certain types of particles, usually microscopic pieces of plastic, ceramic, or metal, come off of a knee or hip implant due to wear and tear. This then causes the immune system to produce a reaction that causes living bone tissue to be reabsorbed by the body. Osteolysis…

Feeding Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy

In cerebral palsy there are 3 biggest problems that the spastic children are – the body is in a poor position, the jaws are tight, the tongue pushes the food forward. Swallowing is difficult because of some reasons like head pushing back, jaw and lips are not closed, the bottom lips tend to bitten in…