- Treatment of sleep apnea improves blood sugar levels in prediabetes
- Joint replacement surgery might be avoidable in future
- Sleep apnea in seniors linked to Alzheimer's
- Commonly used catheters double blood clot risk in ICU and cancer patients
- Asthma identified as potential new risk for sleep apnea
- Ginger may harbour cure for asthma symptoms
- Prediabetes 'wake-up call to take immediate prevention action'
- Soaking up sun may help 'treat' asthma
- Menu labeling lowers caloric intake
- Vitamin D supplements could combat Crohn's disease
Symptoms of Obesity
NI Wire, Wed, 15 May 2013
Obesity is widely regarded as the modern epidemic that is responsible for wide array of health complications. hough being overweight with a bulky figure is commonly regarded as most important of all the symptoms of obesity.Some physical problems and challenges that directly follow your being obese are major symptoms of obesity. Let us now have a closer look at some of the main symptoms of obesity.
Symptoms of Depression
NI Wire, Mon, 13 May 2013
Depression is a universal problem experienced by almost everybody except the children and adolescents. Our present focus on symptoms of depression must orient with the clinical understanding of the disorder rather than what is commonly referred as states of depression in general communication. Only when symptoms normally associated with depression tend to become persistent and chronic they are considered as symptoms of depression from clinical point of view. Let us have a closer look at some of the most common signs and symptoms of depression.
Ayurveda quite effective in treatment of eye disorders
NI Wire, Sun, 12 May 2013
The world's first ayurvedic ophthalmic hospital said that more people are getting inclines towards ayurvedic treatment for eye problems. Ayurveda is the ancient medicinal of India originated thousands of year away.
Controlling Asthma: Expert's opinion
NI Wire, Sat, 11 May 2013
Asthma is considered to be one of the chronic diseases across the world. In addition to diseases like Diabetes, Blood pressure, Hypertension, AIDS and Cancer, Asthma is also among the most chronic disease people are suffering from. Find out what expert's say about Asthma and how to control Asthma.
It's Time to Control Asthma
NI Wire, Tue, 7 May 2013
As per the records of World Health Organization (WHO), over 235 million people currently suffer from asthma and it is the most chronic disease among children.
Some physicians believes Asthma in kids can be tamed mere putting liquid drops under the tongue
World observes "World Asthma Day" with the theme "You Can Control Your Asthma"
Older women can prevent kidney stone by some exercise: Study
Symptoms of Piles