Symptoms

  • Recognizing The Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder

    Each life has its ups and downs. In any case, when the “ups” are too high and the “downs” are too low, and the swing between the two is excessively unexpected, bipolar disorder may be the diagnosis. Bipolar disorder, otherwise called hyper-depression, is a temperament disorder that causes behaviors,...
  • Symptoms Of Colon Cancer – What You Need To Know

    Colon Cancer is the third most common cancer in men after lung and prostate cancer according to the reports from the National Cancer Institute. The reports also find it to be the fourth most common cancer in women after lung, breast and cervical cancer. The symptoms are normally very...
  • Your Guide To Metastatic Melanoma

    Metastatic melanoma is a form of skin cancer. There are various types of skin cancer, but melanoma is the most severe. Melanoma can spread very fast to other parts of the body. Therefore, it is recommended to visit an oncologist detect and treat melanoma during its early stages. Most...
  • What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

    Irritable-Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common condition that mainly affects the intestine causing recurrent left-side abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, and/ or constipation. It is often associated with stress, depression, anxiety, or previous intestinal infection. According to doctors, it is common in one in every five Americans. Who should look...
  • Osteoporosis Symptoms and Best Treatment

    What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is  common in older adults, where decreased bone density might eventually lead to bone fractures. From the Greek that literally means “bone porosity”, it is believed that about 200 million people suffer from it. More commonly seen in geriatric patients in their 70s and 80s...
  • Melanoma: Early Signs To Stage 4

    Melanoma is a type of skin cancer considered by medical professions to be the worst type. It develops deep in the cells that form skin pigment and is typically caused by overexposure to harmful UV rays such as those found in tanning beds or produced naturally by the sun. Skin...
  • What Does Your Skin Rash Mean?

    Have you ever experienced skin rashes? If yes, you already know how problematic and painful they can be. But they are not so simple to be ignored. There may be different causes and symptoms related to them. Your skin rash can be one of many types, from scalp psoriasis...
  • The Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes swelling, redness, pain and discomfort that gets worse if left untreated. The inflammation that the disease causes can affect internal organs as well. Eyes, lungs and heart are some of which can be affected by it. Despite the condition being a...
  • Symptoms of ADHD: Children and Adults

    Do you know anyone who has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? Perhaps you’ve seen a friend or relative show extreme hyperactivity or inability to focus on a single train of thought, and wondered if maybe they have a condition. ADHD affects at least 9% of school-aged children in the U.S.,...
  • Blood Clots: Symptoms And Preventative/Treatment Measures

    Blood clots are a medical condition, usually as a result of blood clumping together in your blood vein. They can lead to a serious medical condition if not properly treated early enough. Blood clots may take the form of Deep Vein Thrombosis or Pulmonary Embolism depending on where the...
  • Healthy Tips -Types And Symptoms of Angina

    Angina is caused by arthrosclerosis or hardening of the arteries. Risk factors include family history, genetics, smoking, sedentary lifestyle, high cholesterol diet and other underlying medical condition. Arteries are hardened because of accumulation of fats that are calcified and turned into plaque. This will block oxygen supply to the...
  • What You Need to Know About Schizophrenia

    Among psychiatric illnesses, Schizophrenia presents the most interesting of diagnosis. Patients with schizophrenia cannot comprehend reality in the same way other people do. Their ability to perceive reality is distracted by repetitive hallucinations, coupled with disorganized thoughts and talk. Also, individuals are incapable of relating to society in conventional...
  • Fibromyalgia – The Symptoms To Watch Out For

    Pain is both keeping us alive and killing us. This statement is well known and well experienced by people who are experiencing Fibromyalgia; a medical condition that brings chronic widespread pain for more or less three months. This medical condition is examined as a rheumatic disease since it is targeting...
  • What Are Common Signs Of Acid Reflux?

    Acid reflux is a condition when some of the strong acids from the stomach and other stomach contents flow up into the oesophagus via the LES, lower esophageal sphincter. The LES allows the food to enter the stomach once it is swallowed. The LES then would close to prevent...
  • What Does Your Child’s Stomach Pain Mean?

    Abdominal pain in children is a typical common issue. About 1 out of 3 kids is taken see to a doctor for abdominal pain when they are at the age 15, however just a few number of these children have a major Abdominal pain problem. Complaints of Abdominal pain...
  • Understanding Allergy Symptoms

    Have you or somebody you know dealt with allergy symptoms lately? We live in an increasingly polluted world with loads of foreign substances making their way into our bodies either though inhalation, ingestion, or other forms of exposure- so it’s really no surprise when individuals experience symptoms of allergies....
  • What Is MRSA?

    MRSA is the acronym for methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus, a life threatening infection caused by a particular strain of staphylococcus bacteria that is resistant to most antibiotics. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Statistics, there are more 80,000 reported cases of MRSA infections in the US yearly,...
  • Understand The Signs And Risks Of Glaucoma

    Developing little health concerns can be one of those things that happen as you get older –glaucoma is one of those things. It’s a complicated type of eye disease where damage to the optic nerve unfortunately leads to progressive vision loss. Glaucoma is not curable and it is actually the...
  • What Are The Symptoms Of Pulmonary Hypertension?

    Pulmonary hypertension is a disease that can kill. It is known to have an affect on the arteries that connect the heart through to the lungs. These particular blood vessels will gradually become smaller. This means that blood pressure will increase. As a result, this will cause more stress...
  • Symptoms and Signs of Bone Cancer

    Bone cancer is a primary or secondary form of cancer. Primary bone cancer is where it begins in the bone. From there, the cancer will then begin to develop in the cells of the bones. Secondary bone cancer is where it begins in other areas of the body. Once...
  • Symptoms Of Diabetic Neuropathy

    Neuropathy can be said to be a dysfunction or disease of the peripheral nerves, usually causing weakness or numbness. Diabetic Neuropathy is, therefore, a complication that causes nerve damage due to diabetes. The high sugar content of blood causes the damage of nerves commonly found in the legs and...
  • Abdominal Pain: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

    What Is Abdominal Pain? Abdominal pain in most cases is pain that mostly occurs between the chest and pelvic regions. Mostly referred to as stomach ache. This pain can either be mild, dull, sharp, intermittent or in form of cramps. So, what are the most possible causes of stomach...
  • Signs Of Mental Illness

    For many of us, mental illness seems like something foreign and that has led to a lack of seriousness in dealing with the issue. It should be noted that more than 54 million people suffer from mental disorders in the US alone. This is an estimated 15% of the...
  • What Are The Symptoms Of Bladder Cancer?

    Bladder cancer occurs when the bladder cells start to divide abnormal and chaotic. It can develop at the same time one or more cancers in different regions of the urinary bladder. This cancer can be discovered easily by doctors because of its symptoms. The most common symptoms for bladder...
  • The Dangers Of Factitious Disorders

    There are a number of people who go through a lot of troubles to fake sickness or illnesses. They attempt to portray a serious medical condition by producing fake physical or psychological symptoms. Their motive of faking sickness is however not clear, unlike malingerers. Some investigations to this condition have...
  • What Are the Best Treatments for Acne?

    When it comes to acne, there is no simple answer. While one treatment may work for one person it may do nothing for another. Unfortunately that is not an answer so what we’ve done is put together several different treatment options that are available to people who are suffering...
  • Everything You Should Know About Fatty Liver

    About one-fourth of the world’s population is affected by this disease. The worldwide prevalence of this disease is estimated to be nearly 10-24%.  In the early stages, people are not aware that they have this condition. Most of them are diagnosed when they are being tested for other reasons. We...
  • What You Can Do To Relieve Psoriasis

    The human body is fashioned in the best possible way and your immune system is one of the best examples of nature’s ways to help you maintain your health. You are constantly threatened by different kind of diseases and infections on a daily basis. Though prevention is better than...
  • Abdominal or Spleen Pain? Relieve Your Symptoms Now!

    Someone has severe pain in their abdomen, and one jumps into the conclusion that it is appendicitis, while another person may consider it to be a problem in the spleen, a rupture spleen or an enlarged spleen perhaps. So how do we identify who is right, the first person...
  • What Exactly Is A UTI?

    “What exactly is a UTI?” is such a common question. The term UTI or ‘urinary tract infection’ is a general term commonly used to define body disorders that are characterized by the blood in one’s urine, difficulty urinating, frequent urination or even urinating accidentally. Other interchangeable terms include Feline...
  • Helping Loved Ones With Depression

    When it comes to what you can do to help loved ones with depression there are several things one can do to help them get through this time of their life. One of them is being open and talking about depression. Family members or closest friends are the ones who...
  • Are You Suffering From ‘Tech Neck’?

    We all know that we spend a lot of time in front of screens. Particularly at computers, iPads and phones. Too much time in front of these screens can make it difficult for our eyes. Science has proven that ‘tech neck’ is a very real risk. How do you...