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Brain tumor can be treated and the patient can look forward to living the second innings of his life peacefully, explains Dr Arun Saroha.
Pedometers can track our steps and tell us how active we are but do they provide additional benefits?Evidence shows using a pedometer as an intervention can reduce risk of disease and mange chronic disease.
Fruit flies the stand-in for humans to fight diseases that are widespread allowing us to hopefully find an answer on how to prevent and treat many diseases.
Feeling exhausted, have no enthusiasm and feeling ineffective at your job you may have burnout. Among jobs human service professions have the highest level of occupational burnout. These professions include teachers and physicians.
We all know we need sleep to make it through the day but not getting those Zzs can lead to some long-term health risks and consequences.
Western diet consisting of fatty and sugary foods is still a popular diet among Americans even though it is linked to disease and negative health conditions.
Interesting link between Hashimoto disease and papillary thyroid cancer. Patients who are diagnosed with Hashimoto disease, especially women, have an increased chance of developing papillary thyroid cancer. These patients should be closely monitored and followed-up by their doctors in...
This article is about my personal experience with cancer. The article was previously published in BourneBlog.
Tired? Feeling fatigue? Anemia may be the cause.
Shingle is a viral infection that develops with or without a painful rash, usually in a strip of blisters along one side of your body.
Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis is a daily struggle for anyone dealing with this painful disease. The thought of going through life, not being able to do the things you once did on a daily basis, will make anyone feel depressed. That's why, having a good doctor that will listen to yo...
Highlighting one of the most deadly condition, in which a heart muscle itself starts becoming harder or larger that interrupts the heart pumping and leads towards asymptomatic sudden death you should be aware of
Scientists are now discovering that grilled foods are not good for people with diabetes. it puts them at risk for cardiovascular disease.
Scientists are rigorously working on an antibiotic to combat the deadly MRSA virus once and for all. However, the treatment is not completely a cure, patients with MRSA can still die.
Earlier breast cancer screening will save many lives. Scientists are working on new imaging devices for breast cancer screening.
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