Identifying The Most Common Types of Pneumonia

Pneumonia is an infection of one or both of the lungs. The infection can be caused by bacteria, fungi, or viruses. Depending on the cause of the infection, there are different types of pneumonia [1]. The condition can also be classified in different categories based on where the infection was acquired. There are also some […] Read More

What Does Pelvic Pain Feel Like? Gynecologic and Non-Gynecologic Causes

According to statistics, 15% of women in the US experience chronic pelvic pain. The pain is felt just below the bellybutton, and it can come on suddenly and severely, or be mild and last for months [1]. There are different conditions and diseases that can cause pelvic pain. Therefore, the key is to get a […] Read More

What Are The Early Lymphoma Symptoms In Women?

Hodgkin’s lymphoma is a serious condition. The problem is there is no widely accepted and recommended screening test for Hodgkin’s lymphoma. No screening test has shown to lower the risk of dying from this type of cancer. However, in some cases, the lymphoma can be found early. The best way to determine the disease is […] Read More

Essential and Secondary Hypertension Causes – What is the Difference?

Hypertension is the medicine name for high blood pressure. Hypertension can cause severe complications, and increase the risk of stroke, heart disease, and pose life-threatening problems [1]. Medical guidelines define hypertension as a blood pressure higher than 130 over 80 millimeters of mercury (mmHg). Those are guidelines issued by the American Heart Association in 2017. […] Read More

Here Is Why You Have Bubbles In Urine, But You Shouldn’t Worry!

Has this happened to you? You go to the bathroom to urinate, and you notice that the toilet bowl is filled with bubbles? At this point, you start wondering whether bubbles in urine are a normal thing, or you are suddenly peeing champagne. If you start panicking, you shouldn’t. In most cases, bubbles in urine […] Read More

Fatty Liver Symptoms: How to React?

The problem with fatty liver symptoms is that they do not appear until later stages. At its early stages, in most cases, fatty liver does not have associated symptoms. You will experience fatigue and vague abdominal discomfort, but that is not something you can easily associate with fatty liver. Excess fat in the liver will […] Read More

Anemic Symptoms: Are you Anemic or Not?

Anemia is known as a condition when you have low levels of iron in your blood. It is a common disorder that occurs when you have a deficiency in red blood cells, resulting in less oxygen delivered throughout your body. The most common cause of anemia is low iron levels, or popularly known as iron-deficiency […] Read More

Crohn’s Disease Diet: What You Eat Matters!

If you are suffering of Crohn’s disease, you know that certain foods trigger your intestinal symptoms. Other foods make you feel better. During a flare, certain foods can severely worsen the symptoms. The trick with the Crohn’s disease diet is to find out which foods trigger your symptoms, and which do not [1]. As a […] Read More

Warning Signs of Appendicitis to Watch For

Most people are familiar with tummy troubles like diarrhea and constipation. But these are just mild stomach troubles. Food poisoning or stomach virus is something all of us experience at least once or twice in our life. Appendicitis is a less common condition, affecting only 5% of the world population [1]. But the problem is […] Read More

Hernia Symptoms: Is there Reason for Panic?

Hernia occurs when an organ or a fatty tissue squeezes through a weak spot in a surrounding muscle or connective tissue called fascia. There are different types of hernia, with the most common being inguinal (inner groin), femoral (outer groin), umbilical (belly button), hiatal (upper stomach), and incisional (resulting from an incision) [1]. Depending on […] Read More

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