Bronchitis During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, one is prone to getting many infections. Care should be taken to avoid these infections. Bronchitis during pregnancy is caused by viruses and bacteria. The most common causes are the viruses. These are the rhino viruses, adenoviridae, and the syncytial virus. Infections as a result of these viruses lasts for a few days.…

Hip replacement

What is a hip replacement? Hip replacement, is an operation to replace a hip joint with an artificial (‘ prosthetic’) hip joint. It is a common procedure and effectively relieves pain and restores mobility. Why might a hip joint need to be replaced? The hip is the joint that connects the thigh bone (the femur)…

A Quick Guide to Healthy Food Choices

Nowadays we have access to everything. In fact, we can eat almost anything at any time, but does this mean we are eating better? Let´s look at some facts. In the United States: – Nearly 38% of adults are obese (1) – 9,3% of the population has diabetes (2) – About 29% of adults have…

AN OVERVIEW ON PROGERIA: A RARE DISEASE OF CHILD

AN OVERVIEW ON PROGERIA: A RARE DISEASE OF CHILD Kamal Singh Rathore, Sunita P., Khushboo Sharma, R.K.Nema Progeria is a rare disease, fatal genetic condition that produces rapid aging, beginning in childhood also known as “Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome” or “HGPS” and “Hutchinson–Gilford syndrome” wherein symptoms resembling aspects of aging are manifested at an early age.…

Types of Traumatic Birth Injuries

Birth injury is considered rare, 6-8 injuries per every thousand live births. The concern is that when they do happen, they are extremely traumatizing and can often be prevented. Typically, the responsible persons involved include: • Doctors • Nurses • Other healthcare workers Any individual who is directly responsible for the health and safety of…

Kernicterus – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Kernicterus is a form of brain damage caused by excessive jaundice. The substance which causes jaundice, bilirubin, is so high that it can move out of the blood into brain tissue. When babies begin to be affected by excessive jaundice, when they begin to have brain damage, they become excessively lethargic. They are too sleepy,…

The History of Online Shopping

The internet is a fantastic and useful tool. With a click of our mouse we can read today’s news, play an online game and if we wish shop to our hearts content. But when did it all start? What is the history of Online Shopping and what does it mean to shop online? Online shopping…

The Most Deadly Disease of All: Denial

No matter what the statistics show about Heart Disease or Cancer, or any other disease, the disease of DENIAL kills more people every year than any other disease. It isn’t just that it kills more people every year; it also maims, cripples, disables, and incapacitates more people and those close to them, than anything else.…

The Silent Worldwide Holocaust of Chemo

Cancer is a problem made infinitely worse by the medical establishment. This article is to encourage the reader to take some serious reflection on a deadly serious issue. With Jade Goodie in the headline now is a good time to air this issue. To start with we’ll talk a little about the conventional medicine and…

Respiratory Diseases Q&A

37 Weeks beside a sore throat that only just wont step away?Please someone help me out. I am 37 weeks pregnant and I have had a really unpromising sore throat for about 9 days now. It hurts really bad when I swallow, guzzle, drink, cough..pretty much anything. I am also spitting up flems which in…

How to Embrace Vulnerability As Your Greatest Strength

Born Vulnerable What do you associate with vulnerability? Perhaps it’s weakness, fear, hurt or betrayal. These are the deep-seated emotions people experience when they reveal aspects of themselves. Let’s be clear. Vulnerability is not a sign of weakness and can be your greatest strength. “Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to…

Adult attention deficit disorder

The main difference between adult and childhood forms of ADHD is suggested in the name: attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The younger the child, the less impulse controls they have, and the more hyperactive they tend to be. As we mature and our frontal lobes become more active, we learn to inhibit our childhood impulses. But for…

Doctor Ratings – Know Where to Find Them

If you seek a new physician, there are a few different resources you can check to make sure you are getting the best professional possible. One of the ways to ensure this is to look at doctor ratings, which can be found in a few different places. Find out how to check these before you…