Diseases and Conditions Archives

How to Make Driving Accessible to Everyone

As technology advances, the ability to drive expands to more and more people, who might not have been able to before. And while disability cars have been around for years, only now are they becoming stylish and more desirable. If you have a disability and you wish to drive, then there are a wide variety of options available to you.

Continue Reading

Mouth Blisters-Causes and Cures

In medical jargon, mouth blisters are termed as aphthous stomatitis. These blisters are ulcer like in their formation and growth. Painfulness is one of the symptoms. But there are blisters which are free from pain. Some of the painless sores may turn out to be cancerous. Thus, at the very outset, you need to rule out such an issue.

Continue Reading

Vital Facts and Figures about Allergy – Ways and Means for Ensuring Symptomatic Relief

Before ascertaining the requisite contents of your allergy relieving kit; it is important to delve into the concept of allergy. It is equally important to be familiar with the causes, symptoms and frequency of allergy.

By shaping out your knowledge and acquaintance; you will be able to know how to tackle the symptomatic conditions, so that you can work your way to relief.

Continue Reading

How a Little Effort can Improve Your Cholesterol Levels

Cholesterol is one of the essential components of the walls of the arteries. Cholesterol is inherently present in the walls of the artery. Only a limited amount of dietary cholesterol must be taken in. Only 40% should come from the diet that we eat. However due to the enormous amount of fast food and fried junk that we so often eat, cholesterol levels are booming beyond control. Cholesterol is one problem in the system that can be dealt with only by the intake of a proper diet. The body manufactures cholesterol regardless of the dietary cholesterol. Excess cholesterol piles up in the arteries, narrowing them down. This may lead to disorders such as arthrosclerosis.

Continue Reading

Seeking Legal Advice: Late Cancer Diagnosis

It is well known that the late diagnosis of cancer dramatically decreases a patient’s chance of making a full recovery. Failure to pick up on the telltale signs of cancer can be fatal for many patients. This is one of the most traumatic experiences for a patient and their family to go through, learning that the disease could have been stopped, had it been spotted earlier. In most cases, there is no one to blame for the late diagnosis of cancer. As a nation, we need to become more informed of the signs of cancer, but with over 200 known forms of the disease it is very difficult to be aware of the different causes, symptoms and treatments. With over 1 in 3 people in the UK likely to suffer from cancer during their lifetime, it would be so beneficial to begin cancer awareness education from a young age, to best prevent late diagnosis.

Continue Reading

Page 3 of 4412345...102030...Last »

Questions & Answers