Uncontrolled blood pressure can damage the heart , the main organ responsible for pumping blood in the body in a number of ways. Cause narrowing of arteries- As the pressure of blood flowing… Read More
Thyroid Cancer The thyroid gland is present below the Adam’s in the front of the neck. It is a butterfly shaped organ. The thyroid gland produce hormones that regulate the body’s… Read More
Cancer of Connective tissue is known as Soft Tissue Sarcoma. It includes various tissues of the body including muscle, fat, and fibrous tissue. The most common sarcomas in children are Rhabd… Read More
Blood Pressure: Highly Blood pressure or hypertension is a common ailment which many of us suffer from. High Blood pressure is often called a silent killer and many of us wonder wh… Read More
Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) is a cancer of muscles cells in children. It is also known as cancer of soft tissue. In the United States, about 350 new cases are diagnosed each year in children unde… Read More
Skin Cancer: Skin cancer is generally called Melanoma which begins in melanocytes. These are the cells that give pigment (color) to skin, hair, and eyes. Most melanomas occur in the skin, al… Read More
No one is too young for cervical cancer. Most cervical cancers are caused by HPV virus’s which are a group of over 100 viruses causing cervical cancers due to infections during to sex… Read More
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is the most common inherited disorder of haemoglobin worldwide and affects nearly 100,000 people in the United States and is rampant in Africa Every pregnancy… Read More
Bone cancer is known as Osteosarcoma. During the development stage, destruction or bone damage starts in immature bone cells and result in weakening of the bone. Cancer development in soft t… Read More
Colon Cancer Treatment: Colon Cancer occurs when there is uncontrolled cell growth in the large intestine. Mostly it grows out of tumors known as adenomatous polyps that occur in the walls o… Read More
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