Treat Allergy with Radiofrequency in Changing Weather
Chronic nasal congestion has direct impact on people’s quality of life. It causes trouble concentrating on studying or working, affects everyday activities and disrupts sleeping. The subsequent lack of sleep can lead to fatigue during daytime.
Cancer Avatar – Precision Cancer Medicine
Generally, treating cancer with medications requires a waiting period to see how the patient responds to the given drugs. If the response is not as expected, the type of drugs may need to be changed.
Passing out or having rapid heartbeats could be signs of heart arrhythmia. Leaving it untreated, may lead to fatality
Cardiac arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat that is either too slow or too fast to the extent where it reduces the efficiency of blood flow to feed the organs throughout the body. This disease can also pose a fatal risk of heart failure or stroke.
Doctor Warns PM 2.5 and Incense Smoke May be the Cause of Lung Cancer that you are Unaware of
“Lung cancer” is one of the most prevalent cancer types that has killed many Thais, as in general, symptoms do not tend to appear in the initial stage of lung cancer.
Cancer Vaccine: Bringing New Hope for 4th-Stage Lung Cancer Patients
Lung cancer is caused by an abnormal and uncontrolled multiplication of cells in the lungs. The cells keep multiplying continuously until they form a tumor
Chronic Achilles Tendinitis May Lead to Heel Spurs
Achilles tendinitis causes ankle pain that gets worse after exercising or walking. There may also have a red and swollen area above the ankle, which hurts when you press or move the ankle, and feel warm around the area and stiffness in the calf muscles.
Having Oily Skin, Acne Breakouts with unknown reasons could be signs of PCOS
Have you ever had acne breakouts and oily skin without knowing the causes? No matter how much you have tried to treat, the condition persists. It may be the cause of PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). It is a hormone-related condition and its causes are yet to be confirmed. Its effects on the body may include:
Running too much may put you at Risk of Acute Kidney Failure
Running is good for your health, but going over the limit may put you at risk of severe complications, especially for long-distance runners if they get dehydrated. Dehydration causes the body to circulate blood to the brain and the heart first before they supply to the other organs.
Cancer Vaccine Bringing Hopes to Stage-4 Cancer Patients
Normally our body has white blood cells that are part of the immune system that destroy foreign cells, such as diseased cells, bacterial cells and viral cells.
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