Category: Health Care & Medical

diabetes

Top 8 Things to do to Protect Yourself from Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) is reaching pandemic proportions across the world. The health consequences and cost to the global economy has reached astronomical proportions. Add to this the immense social and tragic human cost of this terrible disease and the true nature of this illness becomes apparent. In 1985 approximately 30 million people had diabetes globally....

pituitary tumor

Symptoms of Pituitary Tumor

Pituitary Tumor is generally referred as brain tumor. This is due to the location of the pituitary gland. It is located in the skull base, at the back of the nose. The tumor of this gland, which is mostly benign, grows upwards and affects the optic nerve causing problems with the eye sight. The Pituitary gland,...

cerebral palsy

Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy

Before a child is born, when the child is still in the womb and is going through body and brain development – certain circumstances like lack of oxygen, or it can be genetics that can cause lack of development in the brain, somehow if the blood supply to the brain stops or it could be an...

Warts, Causes and Possible Treatments

Warts are definitely not a gentle topic. If you have ever had or have a wart, you know how difficult they have the possibility to be to get rid of it. And it is more serious if you have even more of a wart. As they begin to spread, they really can turn out to be...

tinnitus

10 Symptoms and Complications of Tinnitus

Tinnitus is a bothersome “ringing in the ears.” This common problem affects about one in ten adults. Fortunately, it rarely signifies a serious medical problem. Tinnitus is actually a symptom of an underlying problem. It may indicate an ear injury, circulatory problem or hearing loss. It usually worsens with age, but it can improve with treatment....

surgery

Surgical Options for Meningioma and Pituitary Adenomas

Tumors of the skull base area can be exceptionally difficult to treat or remove due to the complexity of this part of the human anatomy. Numerous critical nerve structures are located in this area and must be successfully navigated in order to prevent damage and reduced function for the patient after surgery. Minimally invasive surgical techniques...

osteoporosis

Osteoporosis Avoiding Tips

Osteoporosis is a ever growing disease with an estimated 20 million American women affected. The disease used to be associated only with the elderly but that is changing. Younger and younger adults are having issues with the bone density disease. Osteoporosis steals bone mass from the bones causing them to weaken leading to weak brittle bones...

black eye

How to Heal a Black Eye

It may be caused by some extreme sport that you’re so into or maybe you’re just a mere klutz, but getting a black eye can certainly be a hassle. Not just because it is painful, you also get non-stop asking from people around you of how you got it. Thank heavens for the different researches done...