- Posted: January 04, 2021Read more »
Narcolepsy is a rare condition that affects your neurological system. Your brain becomes incapable of regulating your sleep patterns leading to a disturbed sleep-wake cycle. A Person with narcolepsy could sleep as much as a person without it, but they may feel fatigued continuously due to inadequate restorative sleep. They can also fall asleep at inappropriate times and suffer from several other symptoms correlated to this disease.
- Posted: December 24, 2020Read more »
Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) is a rare type of syndrome but a potentially life-threatening viral illness transmitted to humans through infected urine or saliva of certain species, such as mice and rats. People in the Southwest part of the United States are mostly affected by the hantavirus. It is because they are mostly exposed to rodents. The Center For Disease Control And Prevention says, in January 2017, 728 cases of hantavirus disease were reported in the United States since it began in 1993. All these are laboratory-confirmed cases of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome and non-pulmonary hantavirus infection.
- Posted: December 23, 2020Read more »
Autism spectrum disorder is a complication associated with brain development that impacts how a person perceives and socializes with others, causing social interaction and communication problems. People with autism may also experience limited and repetitive patterns of behavior. The term "spectrum" in the autism spectrum means a wide range of symptoms and severity.
- Posted: December 17, 2020Read more »
Liver transplant, also called hepatic transplant, refers to the surgical removal of your entire liver. It can help save your life when your liver no longer functions. It is then substituted with all or part of a healthy donor liver. This could come from a living or a deceased donor. The liver is a vital organ that filters your blood and eradicates harmful toxins from your body. Liver transplant is usually the last treatment alternative for people with chronic liver diseases and sudden onset of liver disorders.
- Posted: December 15, 2020Read more »
Angina is a sort of chest pain that happens due to insufficient blood flow to a part of your heart. It might feel like a heart attack, with acute pressure, squeezing, pain, heaviness, or tightness in the chest. It is also referred to as "angina pectoris" or "ischemic chest pain." Angina is a symptom of coronary artery disease (CAD), and it occurs when something obstructs your arteries or when there isn't adequate blood flow in the arteries that carry oxygen-rich blood to your heart.
- Posted: December 07, 2020Read more »
When your kidneys aren’t functioning in the way they should, extra fluids and waste accumulate in your body. One way to treat this problem is Dialysis, although you may also choose to have a kidney transplant. A kidney transplant is a surgical approach to place a healthy kidney from a deceased or living donor into a person whose kidneys are incapable of functioning correctly.
- Posted: November 23, 2020Read more »
Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating is abnormally excessive sweating that is not necessarily due to heat or exercise. You could sweat so much that it drenches through your clothes or drips off your hands. Besides interrupting daily chores, this sort of heavy sweating can cause unhappiness, embarrassment, and sometimes even social anxiety.
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Do you or any of your loved ones have recently been diagnosed with kidney stones? If yes, you may be wondering if there is any home remedy that will help dissolve and flush out the stones easily. There are many home remedies for kidney stones, which we will be discussing in this article. When passing a kidney stone, increasing your water intake can help accelerate the process. Try to drink at least ten glasses of water each day rather than the standard eight glasses. After the stone is passed, continue drinking 8-10 glasses of water.
- Posted: November 02, 2020Read more »
Cervical spondylosis is a medical condition that causes impairment of the discs, ligament, and vertebrae in the neck or cervical spine. The cervical spine alludes to the seven small vertebrae that constitute the neck. They begin at the core of the skull. In cervical spondylosis, the sides of the vertebrae usually produce bone spurs known as osteophytes. Over a period, the discs get slimmer, and their capacity to absorb shock goes away, elevating the risk of symptoms.
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Mononucleosis is an infectious disease that’s generally caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). It’s also known as "mono" or “the kissing disease.” You can get this virus through kissing as well as things like sharing food or utensils. It’s infectious, but you’re unlikely to catch mono than other common illnesses like a common cold. Usually, mono isn’t a severe illness, but you may have complications that make your condition perilous—the symptoms of mono range from mild to severe. You may find it challenging to take part in your daily chores for several weeks.