2018

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Perhaps, many are still unfamiliar with the term Indole 3 carbinol. Its arrays of benefits are not yet fully unleashed and divulged to the general public hence, it is but right and fitting to educate the people about the wonders it brings and its value for us human beings. Indole 3 carbinol is a compound

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If you experience shortness of breath, and similar symptoms, it is absolutely necessary to familiarize yourself with lung cancer. Lung cancer is a condition in which abnormal cells begin to accumulate and spread in the lungs. In the early stages of this disease, it is not common to experience a lot of symptoms. However, as

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Prostate certain antigen (PSA) is actually a substance that’s only produced by the prostate gland. The protein is very helpful within the diagnosis of prostate cancer due to the fact it acts as a sign of prostate cancer when it is elevated in a blood sample. Under typical conditions, PSA levels in a majority of

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SATURDAY, May 31, 2014 (HealthDay News) — A new “targeted” therapy might help extend the lives of patients with advanced lung cancer who have a relapse after their initial treatment, a clinical trial suggests. The drug, ramucirumab, improved survival by more than a month when combined with standard chemotherapy, researchers are scheduled to report Saturday

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Asbestos exposure can lead to a number of lung diseases including asbestosis, pleural fibrosis and lung cancer. Asbestosis results in widespread scarring of the lungs and can leave victims short of breath and more likely to develop lung cancer. Pleural fibrosis causes inflammation, hardening and thickening of the lining of the lung tissue but has

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Does hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for your menopause make your blood run cold? Many women are faced with the potential risks associated with HRT. First, let’s take a quick look at the three stages of menopause. Menopause begins in your early 40s as your ovaries gradually produce less and less of the hormone estrogen. Your

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For unexpected bleeding from any part of the body, in a child/adult, like oozing of blood from the gums, haemorrhagic spots/areas on the skin, or excessive bleeding from the nose, say, after a blow, or profuse bleeding following tooth extraction or minor injury, the possibility of early acute leukaemia must be considered for precise diagnosis.

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Cardiovascular disease is the leading killer of men and women worldwide. The key preventions are smoking cessation; control of cholesterol, blood pressure and weight; and exercise. In fact, exercise helps to control cholesterol, blood pressure and weight. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise weekly – but

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Q- What is X-Ray ?Ans- An x-ray (radiograph) is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. X-rays are the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging. At Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, we use fully digital x-ray techniques.Special X-Ray Investigations – Fluoroscopy imaging facility is available that helps obtaining real-time

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Constipation is a common problem that affects a lot of people .Overeating, alcohol, smoking, junk food, stress are a few reasons that worsen, this medical problem. In this, the person complains of difficulty while defecating. The stools become very hard and the anal region may end up shedding blood because of the undue pressure applied