Preventing Or Reducing The Risk Of Brain Stroke

We have seen that the primary two risk factors for strokes are age and family history. Unfortunately, we can neither turn back the clock to become younger nor can we change our genetics. Read more

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What Is The Life Expectancy After A Brain Stroke?

Although the treatment options, including rehabilitation, for stroke survivors have become much more advanced and easily accessible, stroke continues to be among top three leading causes of death, globally. Read more

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Good Cholesterol Versus Bad Cholesterol

Cholesterols are a type of fat like substance, also known as lipids, naturally found in the blood, and are required for making hormones, bile acids, and vitamin D. Read more

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How to Prevent Allergies in Babies!

All parents wish the best for their child – best education, best nutrition, best psychological development, and certainly best health. While kids will fall sick every now and then, there is nothing inherently wrong with that, one particular type of ailment can torment them for life – allergies, the human body’s immune system’s reaction to certain foreign substances, called allergens. Read more

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Prevention of Diseases During Rainy Season

While they provide us much needed relief from the summer heat, the warm and damp conditions of monsoon provide a perfect breeding environment for germs and diseases too, and we witness a significant increase in communicable diseases and various ailments. Knowing what to expect can help you protect your loved ones, and indeed yourself, from diseases, and care for them if they do catch get sick. Follow below tips to keep your household healthy: Read more

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Mental Health Problems in Children and Youth

As kids grow into teens, they undergo not only physical but psychological changes as well – they become more emotional, they feel they are not properly understood, they are angry more often, they become aloof, and generally become moody, for the lack of a better word – and this is normal part of entering into teenage. Read more

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Bronchiolitis: Types, Symptoms, Risks & Diagnosis

Bronchiolitis is an inflammatory respiratory condition. It is caused by a virus which affects the smallest air passages in the lungs. Bronchioles control the airflow in the lungs. When they become infected or damaged, they can swell or become clogged. This blocks the flow of oxygen. Although it’s generally a childhood condition, bronchiolitis can also affect adults. Read more

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Effects Of Smoking on Health

You are in risk of Lung Cancer

Smoking is the biggest preventable cause of lung cancer. Smoking can cause more than 4 in 5 cases of lung cancer. About 90% of lung cancers arising as a result of smoking and the risk of lung cancer increases with the high number of cigarettes smoked over time. Chemicals like tar, carcinogen, benzene, cadmium, and formaldehyde can cause leukemia, bladder cancer, cancer of cervix, stomach cancer, and many other forms of Cancer. Read more

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Typhoid Fever Symptoms and Vaccination

Typhoid is an infection that caused by the bacteria Salmonella typhimurium. The bacterium lives in the intestines and bloodstream of humans. Read more

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Effects of Asthma on the Body | World Asthma Day 2017

The polluted environments and lifestyles of our surroundings have given us many serious diseases. Asthma is also one of them. Read more

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