Hypertension – symptoms, when to see doctor, risk factors

Hypertenson

What is hypertension? Hypertension is also termed as High blood pressure, it is a common condition in which blood applies too much force against your artery walls is high enough that it may cause health issues, and such as heart disease.it is the medical term of high blood pressure. Blood pressure is determined both by the amount of blood your heart pumps and the amount of resistance to blood flow in your arteries. The more blood your heart pumps and the narrower your artery walls, the higher your blood pressure.…

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Kyphosis- Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factors and Prevention

Kyphosis--Symptoms,-Causes,-Risk-Factors-And-Prevention

What is kyphosis? When viewed from the side the spine has a series of normal curves. These curves help to withstand loads of the bodyweight added to the spine. The cervical spine (neck) and lumbar spine (lower back) have a normal inward curvature called lordosis or lordotic curvature by health care professionals, by which the spine is bent backwards. The thoracic spine (top back) has a normal outward curvature which is named by health care providers Kyphosis- Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factors and Prevention Kyphosis or the kyphotic curve that bends…

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Nearsightedness- Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factor and Prevention

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Nearsightedness (myopia) is a common condition of vision in which you can clearly see objects near you but objects are blurry farther away. This occurs when your eye shape allows the light rays to bend (refract) inappropriately, projecting stimuli in front of your retina rather than on your retina. Nearsightedness can develop slowly or rapidly, frequently worsening during infancy and adolescence. Nearsighted continues to run within families. A basic eye exam can confirm nearsightedness. You can compensate for the blur with eyeglasses, contact lenses or refractive surgery. Nearsightedness Symptoms Nearsightedness…

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Home Remedies to Prevent Hair Loss

Home Remedies To Prevent Hair Loss

Overview Loss of hair can only affect your scalp or your entire body. It may be the result of heredity, changes in hormones, medical conditions or drugs. Anyone may experience hair loss but in men, it is more common. Baldness is usually an excessive loss of hair from your scalp. The most common cause of baldness is hereditary hair loss with age. Some people prefer untreated and unhidden letting their hair loss run its course. Others people may have hairstyles, lipstick, caps, or scarves to cover it up. And yet…

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Bladder Cancer-Stages | Symptoms | Diagnosis | Treatment

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The bladder is a hollow and flexible pouch in your pelvis. Bladder stores urine before it leaves your body. Your kidneys make pee. Tubes called ureters carry the pee from your kidneys to your bladder. During the toilet, bladder muscles push the urine out through a tube which is called urethra. Here we’ll discuss about Bladder Cancer Stage, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment. There are several Bladder Cancer Causes such as Smoking, tobacco use, past radiation exposure and chronic irritation of the lining of the bladder. When bladder cells become abnormal…

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Colorectal Cancer- Causes, Staging, Symptoms and Treatment

Colorectal Cancer- Causes, Staging, Symptoms and Treatment

Colorectal Cancer starts in the colon or the rectum. It is also called colon cancer or rectal cancer, depends on where they start. Generally Colon cancer & rectal cancer are often grouped together as they have several common features. Colorectal cancer is the 2nd death cause in women, and the 3rd in men. Now, due to new advances in screening techniques & improvements in treatments, the death ratio from has been gone down. Colon cancer is cancer of large intestine, the final part of digestive tract. Most cases of colon…

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Autism Spectrum Disorder- Symptoms, Causes and Precautions

Autism Spectrum Disorder- Symptoms, Causes and Precautions

The Autism Spectrum Disorder is a brain development-related condition that affects how a person perceives and socializes with others, causing social interaction and communication difficulties. The disorder also includes limited and repetitive patterns of behavior. In autism spectrum disorder the term “spectrum” refers to the wide range of symptoms and severity. Autism spectrum disorder encompasses disorders previously considered separate — autism, Asperger’s syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, and an undefined type of omnipresent developmental disorder. Some people also use the word “Asperger’s syndrome,” which is usually considered to be on the…

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International Mountain Day

Every year on 11 December, International Mountain Day is celebrated to raise awareness of the importance of mountains to life, to highlight the opportunities and constraints of mountain growth, and to create partnerships that bring meaningful change to mountain peoples and ecosystems around the world. For survival, mountains are important. We are linked to mountains and influenced by them in more ways than we can imagine whether we live at sea level or the highest elevations. Mountains contain much of the freshwater in the world, harbor a rich variety of…

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Christmas Day

Christmas is a time of year full of tradition, wonders, and billions of people all over the world enjoy it. I guess you’ve learned about Christmas carols, Father Christmas and Advent. From the expression ‘Mass of Christ,’ meaning Jesus Christ came the word ‘Christmas.’ A mass service is where Christians assemble to remember their Lord Jesus and how, three days after his crucifixion, he gave his life for mankind, and later rose from death and ascended to heaven. To mark the birth of Jesus Christ, Christmas is celebrated. Jesus was…

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Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day Every year on 10 December, Human Rights Day is observed to commemorate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which was adopted and proclaimed as the shared normative yardstick for the defense of human rights around the world by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948. The Declaration acknowledges that the cornerstone of justice, equality and peace in the world is the natural dignity and equal and inalienable rights of mankind. It reaffirms the trust in the basic human rights of the citizens of the United Nations.…

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