General Health

  1. Top 10 Myths Busted About Laser Eye Surgery

    Top 10 Myths Busted About Laser Eye Surgery

    Also known as Lasik eye surgery that stands for Laser-assisted in Situ Keratomileusis is a medical technique used to fix an impaired vision and provide a long-lasting replacement for eye-glasses and contact lenses. This procedure uses an intricate laser called the Excimer laser, to reshape the cornea under the corneal flap. It is used to treat improper vision, refracted errors.

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  2. How Does One Treat A Sunburn?

    How Does One Treat A Sunburn?

    On the 4th of July after a fun, long day at the beach with a couple of hot dogs and cold beers you may feel relaxed and rejuvenated. But this does not seem to be the case for most Americans. If you have had exposure to extreme UV rays from the sun, you are likely to be a victim of the ever-irritating sunburn.

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  3. Health Issues Can Be Awkward - Here Is How To Open Up With your Doctor

    Health Issues Can Be Awkward - Here Is How To Open Up With your Doctor

    When it comes to reaching out and talking about the health struggles, men can be the last people in the queue to take the lead. If we talk about the mortality rate, men are expected to die sooner than women because of the unaddressed health issues. Societal norms planted years ago that spelt all the hollow characteristics of masculinity, still holds a large part of men’s brain.

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  4. How To Save Yourself From The Attack Of Head Lice

    How To Save Yourself From The Attack Of Head Lice

    We’ve all been through that daunting stage. The dreaded lice alert that come home in the child’s backpack. You can get it from various perfectly fine behaviors like snuggles, sharing hairbrushes, hugs, etc. If you have hair on your head and you indulge in these activities, there are chances of you getting lice. It doesn’t matter whether your hair is clean or dirty, you’ve colored your hair or your hair is long or short.

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  5. Taking Good Dental Care- Tips To Follow

    Taking Good Dental Care- Tips To Follow

    Smile is the most powerful expression, but with oral health in shackles, the curve of your face can start repelling people around you, instead of attracting them. Taking right care of your teeth and gums is downright essential because what excuse can you give for foul breath? 

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  6. Deterioration Of Healthcare With A Growing Population

    Deterioration Of Healthcare With A Growing Population

    World Population Day is celebrated internationally on the 11th of July. This day is the ideal time to pay attention to the health problems faced by people all over the world due to the rapidly growing population in every corner of the world.

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  7. Wisdom begins from your Tooth

    Wisdom begins from your Tooth

    Similarly as you enter adulthood, your Wisdom teeth make their essence known in the furthest reach of your mouth. Insight teeth formally the third molars are the last arrangement of teeth to come in, as a rule somewhere in the range of 17 and 25 years old, in the alleged "period of intelligence."

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  8. Holiday Sickness – The Gratified One

    Holiday Sickness – The Gratified One

    In the event that all that isn't sufficient, the winter months generally bring about more disorder. Before you know it, everybody in your home has caught the most recent bug, and you need to phone in wiped out amid your organization's busiest winter week.

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  9. List of global health threats by WHO for 2019

    List of global health threats by WHO for 2019

    The world is facing many public health threats and the World Health Organization (WHO) has compiled a list of the top 10 threats to global health to focus on in 2019. The list contains a number of serious issues from climate change to improper health care in countries. Listed here are ten of the many issues that will demand attention from WHO and health partners in 2019.

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  10. Dry Mouth And Its Possible Causes

    Dry Mouth And Its Possible Causes

    Xerostomia, also known as dry mouth is a medical disorder which is characterized by decreased or absence of saliva. Saliva is important for general well being as the components of saliva aid in digestion, helps to maintain the health of oral mucosa and it also prevents the development of tooth decay.

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