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3 Indications That It’s Time to See a Doctor About Back Pain

The majority of people have suffered from back discomfort at some point in their lives. It is, in fact, the biggest cause of disability worldwide and the most prevalent reason for people to miss work. Back pain can manifest in a variety of ways, from a temporary dull ache to severe pain that lasts for weeks. Depending on the pain’s severity, you can try a variety of home remedies to help. But how can you know when it’s time to abandon home treatments and consult a doctor? Here are three signs it’s time to see a doctor about your back

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Fibroids in the Womb: Causes, Treatments, and Complications

Taking care of our bodies should be everyone’s utmost priority. In women, as 14.4 percent of the female population have poor health in 2020, it’s about time we ensure better health by practicing a healthier lifestyle and subjecting ourselves to annual health checks. One of the most common health issues in women is fibroids. The non-cancerous growths develop in or around the womb, possibly affecting a woman’s pregnancy—causing infertility or pregnancy loss. It may also put patients at risk of other pregnancy complications such as placental abruption, fetal growth restriction, and preterm delivery. But there are more things to learn

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Be Informed About These Things Concerning Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system. The body produces thick, sticky mucus that can obstruct the lungs and prevent the pancreas from functioning correctly. Its name, cystic fibrosis, is derived from the characteristic fibrous growths (cysts) in the pancreas and other organs. In addition, it is an autosomal recessive disease, which means that the patient must have two copies of the abnormal gene before symptoms develop. Children who inherit one abnormal gene from their parents are not affected. However, they can still pass the gene on to their children. Symptoms 1. Frequent Lung

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Dealing with Heart Failure? Don’t Ignore These Symptoms!

When the heart cannot pump blood effectively, it is called heart failure, which is sometimes called congestive heart failure. Sluggish blood flow can trigger several complications, including swollen feet and arrhythmias. Thankfully, with the advancements of medical technology over time, living with heart failure is well and truly possible.  This includes keeping a close eye on the lifestyle one leads, following the medical treatment plan, and keeping a close eye on certain complications that should not be left unaddressed. Read on to learn more about symptoms that shouldn’t be ignored when dealing with heart failure: THE SYMPTOM: A cough that

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7 Types of Treatments and Medicines for Asthma Management

Asthma is a type of disease that affects the long. While common in children, it can also affect adults. Regardless, asthma is something you never want to deal with, but you need to know how to manage it once you get it. After all, asthma causes wheezing, chest tightness, coughing, etc. These things can hamper your daily activities quite severely, to the point you’re carrying an inhaler to relieve yourself of its symptoms. That being said, different types of medicines and treatments for asthma exist. Here are some of them: 1. Soft Mist Inhalers This is one of the common

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Understanding the Difference: Urgent Care vs Primary Care

Urgent care and primary care are often used interchangeably, but they are two distinct terms. In fact, the difference between the two is one of the most asked questions in the healthcare field. The two are not exactly the same, but they can complement each other when keeping a person’s health well-maintained.  To further understand the difference between urgent and primary care, let this article discuss each for you. Urgent Care vs. Primary Care: What’s the Difference? Urgent care is a clinic for any non-life-threatening medical problem and can be found in the hospital, clinics, or medical office. It is

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