Lifestyle

  1. Top 12 Tips To Stay Healthy

    Top 12 Tips To Stay Healthy

    We all know that we need to eat healthily, exercise regularly, and do the right things for a healthier life. But sometimes, we do not follow them either due to a busy life or due to carelessness. In this article, you will come across the 12 best ways to stay healthy. Peruse the article and make lifestyle changes accordingly.

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  2. All You Need To Know About Infectious Diseases

    All You Need To Know About Infectious Diseases

    These are the disorders that are caused by an invasion of specific pathogens, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Several organisms dwell within and outside our bodies. Most of them are harmless or even provide us with certain benefits. Some infectious disorders spread from person to person while others spread through some insects or animals.

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  3. New Year Resolutions For Chronic Disease Sufferers

    New Year Resolutions For Chronic Disease Sufferers

    I’ve lived with ADHD for my entire life, along with severe anemia. The condition was misdiagnosed for several years, which increased many complications. I’d even given up hope of recovery and considered it a part of my life. People with chronic conditions are trying to adapt to life with circumstances and bodies that hardly ever go along with us. We need our own set of resolutions to win the battle we are fighting with ourselves. 

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  4. 11 Best Ways To Scoop Stress Now

    11 Best Ways To Scoop Stress Now

    Stress has become one of the most widespread problems for people worldwide. It can be due to workload or personal affairs. Most people take the assistance of habits like smoking or drinking, under stress. It is a standing invitation to several serious health issues and should be avoided. 

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  5. Gout: A Complete Guide For 2020

    Gout: A Complete Guide For 2020

    Gout is one of the most painful types of arthritis caused by the formation of crystals in and around the joints. It is more widespread among men, and the risk increases as they get older.

    Gout is caused by a buildup of uric acid in the blood. This uric acid accumulates and causes joint discomfort, pain, and inflammation. 

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  6. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCO S): What You Need To Know?

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCO S): What You Need To Know?

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome(PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder generally caused to the women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may experience irregular or prolonged menstrual cycles or plethora of androgen(male hormone). 

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  7. Everything You Need To Know About Stroke!

    Everything You Need To Know About Stroke!

    A stroke occurs when there is a sudden interruption in the blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients. These interruptions can be either by a clot or ruptures. In case of such disruption, blood and oxygen supply stops in the part of the brain, causing the brain cells to die. In the United States of America, stroke has become the leading cause of disabilities and the fifth most significant cause of death. 

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  8. Things To Know About Malignant Hyperthermia

    Things To Know About Malignant Hyperthermia

    Malignant Hyperthermia is a medical condition that causes a severe reaction to medication used as a part of anesthesia utilized during surgery. It elicits a rapid increase in body temperature and severe muscle spasms when the person with malignant Hyperthermia gets anesthesia. Specific genes can be responsible for MH, which can only be inherited from parents. If the disease is not treated quickly, it can be life-threatening. Some people don't experience any symptoms of MH until they are exposed to anesthesia. Ice packs and certain medications can help drop the temperature to some extent. 

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  9. Dyslexia: Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis

    Dyslexia: Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis

    Dyslexia is a type of learning disorder that can cause issues with reading, writing, and spelling. Children with dyslexia are often very hardworking, but they face problems linking the words they see to the sounds those letters produce. About 5-10% of people in America have one or the other symptoms of Dyslexia like trouble in speaking, slow reading, confusing words, etc. Also, adults face this problem and don’t recognize the problem unless they go to the doctor. 

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  10. Fibromyalgia- Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

    Fibromyalgia- Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

    Some diseases come without an explanation and leave the medical experts with mere speculations and bewilderment. One such disease is Fibromyalgia. You might have not heard of it or may have but not in detail.  So here is a detailed guide about the disease, it’s symptoms, effects, cure and everything else you need to know. 

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