Cancer / Illness

CELEBRATE NATIONAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH AND ENTER TO WIN A KEURIG DUO
By Dr. Sheila De Gruy · 3 days ago
1 in 8 U.S. women (about 13%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime and it’s expected that during 2021, an estimated 281,550 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected ...
Me and My Menopause
By Rivka R Meyer · 1 month ago
Surgical menopause can be a daunting prospect and many of the experiences shared online are negative. Here’s my own more encouraging story of how I managed surgical menopause successfully. “Will I still be me?” Sitting ...
Breast Cancer goes from 0-150 mph in under 9 seconds
By Andy Kahle · 1 month ago
Breast Cancer goes from 0-150mph in under 9 seconds ‘Don’t Wait for the Green Light’ is Andy’s sometimes humorous but highly emotional new book about her fight to get back on the race track. Perth, ...
World Health Organization Tips on Protecting the Coronavirus
By Nadim Mia · 2 months ago
Thousands of people are dying worldwide from the deadly coronavirus spread from China. Now the coronavirus has spread to almost all the countries of the world. Coronavirus is a genetic disease whose symptoms include flu, ...
Early Warning Signs of APPENDICITIS and Its Urgent Treatment
By Najat Ruhi · 2 months ago
The inflammation of an appendix (a small finger-shaped pouch on the right side of the abdomen connected to the colon) or also be referred to as ‘Appendicitis’, is one of the most common serious conditions ...
What You should Know About Urogynaecology
By Ng Kai Lyn · 3 months ago
Urogynaecology focuses on pelvic floor disorders. The pelvic floor in women is important as it helps the pelvic organs such as the uterus, bladder, rectum and vagina to be supported both in terms of anatomy ...
Cancer survivors
By Fortunate Sibiya · 4 months ago
Positive Thinking Is Powerful During and After Cancer Treatment Directing confidence during your malignancy venture isn't just about living longer — it's tied in with living better. In the fall of 2018, Teri Cettina started ...
Fatty Liver: The Silent Killer
By Afiqah Zuhelmi · 4 months ago
Fatty Liver: The Silent Killer The top cause of death in Malaysia is due to heart disease. However, liver diseases seem to chase the number of death and has already reached the epidemic level in ...
What Is the Best Thing to Drink for Your Kidneys
By Ajolade Fagbenro · 5 months ago
Your kidneys love liquids. Truth be told, your kidneys work day and late evening controlling the liquids in your body. Your kidneys work best when they have the perfect measure of liquid to work with. ...
How Does Nicotine Salt Work?
By Caitlin Todd · 5 months ago
Nicotine salt is the type of nicotine discovered in tobacco leaf. In a chemically complicated manner, nicotine salt e-beverages are the maximum efficient way to deliver nicotine to your body. Nicotine salts supply an extra ...
Fingernail disease
By Mahima Kamal Nijhum · 5 months ago
Nails give us much information about our body health. By looking at the nails, we can know what disease we have. We do not need to see a doctor for this. Now let’s know something ...
Can Enlarged Prostate Cause Erectile Dysfunction?
By Sony Eguabor · 7 months ago
Old age comes with its goodies. It is normal for someone to get mature and to grow old. Naturally, as you mature in age, your cells/tissues/organs experience changes. Their functions will not be as when ...
Dialysis definition and realities
By Diamond Dialysis · 10 months ago
Dialysis definition and realities Kidney Dialysis is a technique that subs for a considerable lot of the ordinary elements of the kidneys. Dialysis permits individuals with kidney failure (Renal Failure) an opportunity to carry on ...
Mesothelioma Lawyer Asbestos Cancer Lawsuit
By Charles Cyrus · 1 year ago
For people who are suffering from Mesothelioma, an attorney with experience in handling such cases is an absolute must. The first thing to understand is that when it comes to mesothelioma, no two cases are ...
What is the Most Important Thing to do After a Cancer Diagnosis?
By Mickey Lieberman · 1 year ago
You get a phone call. You suddenly hear the word cancer in the same sentence as your name. Suddenly, your emotions kick in, such as fear, confusion, dismay, and oh so many questions. What to ...
Best Weed Strains for ADHD in 2020
By Lana Jones · 1 year ago
Cannabis is a highly popular mean that people use in both recreational and medicinal purposes. Depending on a strain and its components and origin it can give consumers the state of euphoria, relaxation, focusing, creativity, ...
THE BLADDER CANCER
By Semir A. S. Al Samarrai · 1 year ago
1) Epidemiology: Bladder Cancer (BC) is the most well-known danger of the urinary tract and the seventh most regular malignant growth in men and the seventeenth in ladies (1). Occurrence shifts among areas and nations ...
Hope in the Horizon in the Fight against coronavirus
By Clement Sadjere · 1 year ago
Despite all the negativity in the press and the fear and pandemonium caused by the coronavirus, there is still hope on the horizon. Medical experts have been working round the clock to come up with ...
Bill Gates does not want to spoil the party
By Anselm Anyoha · 1 year ago
Answering questions during an interview on CNN in the evening of April 30, 2020, billionaire Bill Gates said that, as much as he is praying and working hard with other stakeholders to make Covid-19 vaccines ...
Helping The Others Realize The Advantages Of Guidelines Of Mesothelioma
By George Colbert · 1 year ago
The diagnostic approach starts when troublesome symptoms need health care notice. Warning indications of pleural mesothelioma, which varieties within the lungs, contain problems respiratory, coughing and chest ache. Each relevant paper was browsing in entire ...