Euphorbia Prostata Cures Hemorrhoids

Euphorbia Prostata Cures Hemorrhoids

Many suffer from it silently, without telling anyone about it. Piles, or swollen blood vessels in and around the anus and lower rectum that stretch under pressure symptomized most commonly by bleeding, is still considered a taboo subject. With fast-paced progress in medical science, however, piles is now being recognized more […]

How To Take Care Of Your Liver In Diabetes?

Diabetes tends to increase risk of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease may be present in nearly half of all Diabetes patients. Obesity, high cholesterol and high blood pressure, increase your risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Fatty liver disease may not cause any symptoms. But it may increase risk of developing liver […]

Dengue Fever

What is Dengue fever (DF) or Break-bone fever?

Dengue fever is an acute viral infection caused by at least four different strains of Dengue virus. Classic dengue begins suddenly with an influenza-like syndrome consisting of fever, malaise, cough and headache. Severe pains in muscles and joints (breakbone) occur. Enlarged lymph glands, rash and low WBC […]

Newer drug therapies for Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia in older adults. Till now, all the approved drug therapies of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are only symptomatic. It simply means that the drugs will help in reducing some of the symptoms of AD such as memory loss, other cognitive and behavioral changes, and impairment in […]

Angina risk more pronounced in women over 45 years

A recent research revealed that the risk of angina (a type of heart disease) is more in females especially after the age of 45. In the study, almost 100,000 patients aged 45 to 89 years were studied with no previous history of coronary disease.

The common symptoms of angina are chest pain, heaviness, pressure or […]

Avoiding jet lag by Melatonin

According to a new research published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, a single light-box and over-the-counter drug Melatonin can help the travelers a lot to avoid jet lag. These two simple interventions reset the circadian body clock before crossing several time zones. Besides this, the treatment can also help the people […]

Antibiotics affect children teeth

A recent study showed that the common antibiotic (such as amoxicillin for treating infant ear infections) usage in infancy, doubles the children’s risk of suffering a problem later in life with their permanent teeth.

The condition, which arises from antibiotic usage, is “dental fluorosis”. This happens due to the excessive fluoride exposure during teeth enamel […]

Pain drugs reduces the risk of mouth cancer

A new research suggests that long-term use of NSAID type pain relievers such as aspirin and mortin may reduce the risk of oral cancer.

These findings are appeared in a recent issue of lancet and are based on a comparison of NSAID use between 454 heavy smokers with oral cancer and 454 similar smokers without […]

Exhaled NO – a marker for asthma

A report published in April 2005 issue of Allergy showed that the exhaled levels of nitric oxide (NO) are closely related to asthma and allergy symptoms in children. As such, exhaled NO could represent a sensitive marker for allergy and asthma.

The study was done on 959 randomly selected school children between 13 and 14 […]

Hepatitis C infection related to Diabetes risk

Some earlier reports published in various journals showed a connection between hepatitis C virus infection and the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

To further investigate the relationship between hepatitis C infection and Diabetes risk, the researchers studied 564 patients with hepatitis C, 82 with hepatitis B virus infection and a comparison group of 302 […]