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Beta Thalassemia Disorder – Form of Anemia

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2022-07-05

 

Beta Thalassemia is an extreme form of anemia. It is an inherited or genetic blood disorder in children. Anemia, as we all know, is caused due to low hemoglobin levels. Similarly, the beta thalassemia condition affects the healthy production of hemoglobin. There are many types of thalassemia, and a child can be severely anemic depending on the type of thalassemia he/she suffers from.


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Get Ready for Well-baby One Month Checkup

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2022-03-02

 

The birth of a baby is a glorious occasion in the lives of parents. As a new parent, you may be eager and ready to keep your infant safe and healthy. It is quite normal to have doubts and confusion regarding your baby's well-being. Newborn checkups in Dubai are done to monitor the first few weeks of the baby for proper growth and development.


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Pediatricians Play a Significant Role in a Child's Growing Years

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2022-02-23

A doctor having a medical degree with a specialty in pediatrics is known as a pediatrician. He is a child specialist who handles the mental, physical, and behavioral issues in children, from the time of birth up to the age of 18 years. A pediatrician is fully certified and trained to offer diagnostic treatment related to a broad range of childhood medical conditions, from small minor issues to grave diseases. 


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STD – Risk Factors & Treatment Measures

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2022-01-30

STD or sexually transmitted diseases are mostly acquired through sexual contact. STD is caused by viruses, bacteria, or parasites that pass from one individual to another via bodily fluids such as blood, vaginal discharge, or semen. 


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Causes and Treatment for Hypogonadism

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2022-01-30

Hypogonadism or low sex drive occurs when the sex glands in the human body produce very little sex hormones. The glands are known as gonads. The ovaries in females and testes in males are primary sex glands. Hypogonadism is basically an endocrine disease. It is also termed gonad deficiency. 


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