5 Common Myth and reality about back pain

myth of back pain
November 10, 2017

According to a recent survey 65 million Americans suffering from back pain at any phase of their life. Not only that it’s the second most common reason for the American people to visit the doctor. Only the sufferer knows how painful the experience of back pain is. Most of the back pain is very difficult to diagnosis. There is the different variety of treatment available for various types of pain….

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How to relieve bunion pain

bunion pain
March 13, 2017

If there is a tremendously common foot condition that affects many people today, bunions are probably one of the most normal and common. What are the causes? Actually they are more varied than you are thought, and although genetic influences in its appearance (for example because there is a defect in the mechanical structure of the foot), our habits are also crucial. Inadequate use of footwear, which tends to press…

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Home Remedies for Tonsillitis

tonsillitis
January 6, 2017

The tonsillitis – commonly called angina – is a condition that occurs when our tonsils become inflamed as a result of an assault by some kind of virus or bacteria. This situation generates a scenario where it is usual to have symptoms such as pain, discomfort, fever or even infections. Since this part of our body is one of the first lines of defense so that external bodies do not…

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Back pain in the upper part: Causes and Treatment

back pain in the upper area
September 6, 2016

The pain is concentrated at the top of the back is between the cervical and lumbar area. The disorder so-called dorsal or thoracic vertebrae that reside in the central part of the spine. Overall, the back pain occurs when any of the ligaments or muscles that are attached to the vertebrae is injured either by poor posture, overuse of the area, a bad move, fall or an accident. It is…

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Thrombosis: Symptoms, signs and how to prevent it

thrombosis
August 2, 2016

Thrombosis is a blood clot that forms in a vein and obstructing ends, causing a heart attack. But what causes the thrombosis, what its signs are or how to prevent it. Then we clear these and other questions about thrombosis. Thrombosis causes The causes of thrombosis can be many, it may be hereditary factors that cause diseases that produce thrombophilia (number of diseases that increase clotting levels in the blood);…

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How to know if you have appendicitis: its symptoms

symptoms of appendicitis
May 4, 2016

Probably one of the words most feared by many people, especially those who have had a case closely, mainly because it can become a really serious condition, and because it is – in fact one of the most common causes of emergency surgery. We speak of appendicitis, which medically is the inflammation of the appendix, a small pouch connected to the large intestine of approximately 8 centimeters approximately. Usually it…

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Pneumonia: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

pneumonia treatment
April 1, 2016

The pneumonia is a common disease of the respiratory system, often derived from a previous infection, such as flu or strep throat. Although pneumonia can be cured also it can have serious consequences if not properly diagnosed or treated, being responsible for a high number of deaths per year. Pneumonia is a disease that affects both adults and children, so we must be alert to the presence of this symptoms….

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How to prevent stomach flu

prevent stomach flu
January 19, 2016

Stomach flu prevention is simple if you know how. A good way to prevent the spread of this virus is to follow a set of guidelines and basic advice. Among the viruses that often cause the appearance of the characteristic symptoms of stomach flu, we can mention essentially four: rotavirus, norovirus, astrovirus, and enteric adenovirus. However, we keep in mind that the rotavirus tends to affect mainly children (being cause…

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Discomfort and pain in the liver: Symptoms and causes

liver pain
January 16, 2016

The liver is probably one of the most important organs of our body, probably because of the large number of functions carried out every day, allowing us – in general – enjoy good health if we do not suffer any disease or disorder, and if we follow a lifestyle as healthy as possible. Among those most important basic functions we can mention the storage of fats and cholesterol production, secretion…

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Calcification: discover what it is and its symptoms

calcification risk
January 1, 2016

The calcium is mineral essential to have strong bones and healthy teeth and as well as being essential for our body to function well. In addition the body needs calcium to make muscles to contract properly, the blood to clot and so that nerves can also make their function, which is the transmission of nerve impulses. Nevertheless when the organism presents disorders that prevent you metabolize well this mineral occurs…

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