Disease&Conditions

Acoustic Neuroma Explained

Benign acoustic neuromas are slow-growing tumors that do not spread. Small tumors may be monitored with regular MRI scans if symptoms are not being experienced. Large...

How to Treat a Fever in Children

Fevers are your child’s body’s natural defense mechanism to fighting infection faster. They help get rid of germs more efficiently. Children’s body...

Nager Syndrome

Nager syndrome is an inherited disorder characterized by defects to the face, limbs and hands. Babies born with this condition typically exhibit down-slanted palpebral...

Common Infectious Diseases

Microorganisms are responsible for many infectious diseases, wreaking havoc by invading cells and changing them without being noticed, leading to fever, rash and...

Identifying 9 Neurological Signs Early: A Path to Improved Outcomes

Your brain and nervous system are responsible for everything from how you move to how you think. When something goes wrong with your brain, it can affect the way you...

The Biggest Gastritis Misconceptions

Many people mistakenly use the term “gastritis” to refer to any stomach discomfort; however, true gastritis requires being diagnosed by a pathologist during...

Common Misconceptions About Flu

As flu season looms closer, misinformation abounds about both the virus and its vaccine despite mounting evidence to the contrary. Many myths remain regarding both....

Long-Lasting Covid Symptoms

Some individuals experience symptoms that persist post-Covid infection. These are known as long-Covid symptoms. Studies show that many people with long Covid experience...

What is Blood Poisoning?

Blood poisoning, also known as septicemia or sepsis, occurs when germs invade your bloodstream and trigger a severe response that includes low blood pressure that can...

Recognizing the Signs of Dementia

Recognizing signs of dementia early is key in providing appropriate care before symptoms worsen further. Finding it difficult to locate words or being disoriented when...