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All About Invisible Adenoid Glands

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-10-30

Did you know that tonsils are not the only glands found in your mouth? It is accompanied by another vulnerable pair of glands called adenoids that are located right behind the nose and the roof section of the mouth. Adenoids are prone to get enlarged or inflamed, leading to respiratory infections and breathing difficulties. 


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Gynecologists: When to visit? Symptoms, Tests and Related Services

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-10-22

A woman's life through the eyes of a doctor is divided into four life cycles; ages 13 to 18, 19 to 39, 40 to 64, and from 65 years and onwards. For maintaining optimum health, women of all ages must visit a gynecologist or a healthcare specialist doctor. A gynecologist focuses on women's health and addresses various problems relating to the female reproductive system that include menstruation, pregnancy, childbirth, sexually transmitted infections or STIs, fertility problems, hormonal disorders, urinary tract infections, and sexual related issues. 


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Spine Pain: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Posted on Healthcare By Prof. Dr. Erich Ringelstein
Published on 2019-09-25

The spine is one of the most essential structures in the human body. It is divided into three sections the lumbar, thoracic, and cervical regions. The spine or backbone serves as a support system for the body’s weight and protection for the spinal cord. Besides the natural ‘S’ curve of the backbone which helps it to endure great extents of stress


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Not All Chest Pains Prove to be Fatal!

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-09-23

It's a cold winter night and you are having mild chest pain. And like everyone else, if you think that it is a red alert sign of a heart attack, you may be off track and very wrong! Not all chest pain can lead to a heart attack or heart failure. Pain in the chest can also be linked to other body organs like the lungs, diaphragm or liver. 


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IT`S SUBTLE, FLEXIBLE AND EFFECTIVE…

Posted on Healthcare By Dr. Gilda Behnam
Published on 2019-07-14

 Straighten Your Teeth With Invisalign®

Think about it… Your smile is among the very first things people notice about you. Undoubtedly, a dazzlingly-straight smile emits confidence and boosts the person`s self-esteem which reflects positively on his personal life and professional career.


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Know More About Pap Smear Testing

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-06-17

A Pap smear is a check-up procedure to test or probe for cervical cancer in adult females. The test involves collecting cells from the cervix region (outer opening of the uterus). Pap smear test helps in the early detection of cervical cancer by finding out the abnormal changes in the cervical cells. Pap smear can arrest the progressive development of cervical cancer.


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Causes and Management of Urinary Tract Infections

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-06-09

Urinary tract infection or UTI is a health problem that affects the urinary system in the human body. It includes your ureters, bladder, kidneys, and the lower urinary tract urethra. In most cases, women are said to be more susceptible to UTI than men. Such a medical condition can be irritating and painful. It is advisable to consult a urologist before the UTI advances towards the kidneys or causes other complications.  


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All You Need to Know About Prostate Cancer

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-05-27

It is quite perplexing yet true that a cancerous growth can start developing anywhere in the human body, which is primarily made up of trillions of cells. When you get cancer, the orderly process of the cells in your body gets disrupted. Cancer cells are abnormal cells, and these cells live on even when they become old or damaged. New cells are formed even when they are not needed by the body and they keep dividing without stopping. The extra cells form tumours. Cancerous tumours may be malignant or benign.


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Is your Infant Baby Safe During Sleep Hours?

Posted on Healthcare By DoctorUna
Published on 2019-04-25

As first-time parents, you may be ready to do everything to keep your newborn baby fit and healthy. Yet, sometimes, an unforeseen tragedy can occur and a seemingly healthy baby with no previous medical condition may die suddenly. When a robust baby under the age of one passes away unexpectedly, usually during sleep, it is known as sudden infant death syndrome or SIDS.


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