The amount of blood moving through your blood vessels and the level of resistance the blood encounters while the heart is pounding are factors in measuring your blood pressure. When the force of blood pressing through your vessels is regularly too high, you have high blood pressure, also known as hypertension or high blood […]
WHAT IS THE COMMON COLD? The common cold is a respiratory ailment caused by a virus that infects your nose and throat (upper respiratory tract). It’s normally innocuous, even if it doesn’t feel like it. It can be caused by a variety of viruses. Each year, healthy adults should expect to get two or three […]
The second-most frequent malignancy in women is breast cancer (after skin cancer). It’s the most common noncutaneous cancer in women in the United States, with 61,000 in situ cases, 246,660 invasive cases, and 40,450 fatalities projected in 2016. In reality, nearly 100% of women diagnosed with stage 0 and 1 breast cancer had a 5-year […]
PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) or PCOD (Polycystic Ovarian Disease) has swept the globe of women. It is currently a big problem for a large number of young girls. PCOD is a disease that affects a large number of young adults since it hits at a young age. This is a prevalent endocrine condition with no […]
In 2019 a nerve-racking virus started from Wuhan Lab China. World stopped and we all were locked up inside our homes. Work from the office turned into work from home and education was now on phones/laptops. Health care took a digital turn and now instead of going to clinics you can video call the doctors […]
Several coronavirus variations have evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic as the virus, SARS-CoV-2, continues to change and adapt. The alterations in many of these variants have little or no effect on how the virus affects humans. However, some factors, such as genetic modifications in the delta variant, can make the coronavirus more contagious) than the original SARS-CoV-2 found in late 2019.In November 2021, a variant of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus emerged, and was named omicron by the World Health Organization (WHO).
It’s normal to feel anxiety, worry and grief any time you’re diagnosed with a medical conditio – and that’s certainly true if you test positive for COVID-19, or are presumed to be positive. If your symptoms aren’t severe and you can recover at home, this will involve home isolation until it’s safe for you to […]
You’re on a conference call and somehow wandered into the kitchen. Next thing you know you’re eating crackers and dry cereal out of the box. Or maybe you got so caught up.
A new surge of coronavirus cases has spread across the country and while there’s still so much to learn about the virus, how it’s transmitted and its long-term effects, the new wave.
Summer may have just officially started, but kidney stone season began a couple of weeks ago. Doctors see an increase in kidney stone cases when the weather warms up.