0 comments on “Should I take a vaccine if my friend is affected by acute hepatitis (increased liver size)?”

Should I take a vaccine if my friend is affected by acute hepatitis (increased liver size)?

VaccinationVaccines help prevent certain serious or deadly infections in the human body. They work by making a body recognise how to fight the germs that cause infections.

0 comments on “Yoga Turns in So-So Results for Back Problems | Medpage Today”

Yoga Turns in So-So Results for Back Problems | Medpage Today

lets moveIn white coat research centres no finding is also a finding. Words such as “Little”, “moderate” or “not a remarkable outcome” are synonyms to studies. Remember that ” No finding” is also a finding in research . Hence keep YOGING !

Review shows some benefit in function, but not much for pain!

Source: Yoga Turns in So-So Results for Back Problems | Medpage Today

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Heartburn Drugs May Increase Risk Of Kidney Disease

heartburnPeople who take certain popular medicines for heartburn, indigestion and acid reflux may want to proceed more cautiously, researchers reported Monday.

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Module 3A: Cancer and its basics- for laymen,believers and followers

cancerback to basics

During my education and endeavours in medicine, I read Betty S quote once that Where there is life, there is cancer. Although the types of cancer and their incidence (the number of new types diagnosed each year) may vary by geography, sex, race, age, and ethnicity, cancer exists in every population and has since ancient times.

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10 Foods That Could Worse Your Arthritis Inflammation

arthritisOriginal article by Churchil Otieno

Decrease arthritis inflammation by avoiding 10 key foods

Processed foods contain oils and sugars and refined carbohydrates that result in inflammation of the joints.

Avoiding the following foods will help decrease flare-ups and pain in the joints:
• Processed grains such as white bread
• Sugary sodas and sports drinks
• Junk food
• Foods with high fructose corn syrup ingredients
• Commercial boxed breakfast cereals
• Condiments like jams and jellies
• Juice Concentrates
• White rice and pasta made from anything other than whole grains
• Frozen sweets and dessert items
• Store-bought chips, cookies and crackers