Monthly Archives: November 2020

  1. Uterine Fibroids: A Benign Tumour

    Uterine Fibroids: A Benign Tumour

    Uterine fibroids are benign (not cancer) growths that develop from the muscle tissue of the uterus. They also are called leiomyomas or myomas. The size, shape, and location of fibroids can vary greatly. They may be inside the uterus, on its outer surface or within its wall, or attached to it by a stem-like structure.

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  2. Be Grateful To The Pandemic - It has Taught Us 07 Life Lessons

    coronavirus lockdown

    Is this the first time the world has witnessed any pandemic? There have been a few pandemics before, but none has affected people in as many countries as this novel coronavirus pandemic. It forced the whole world to shut down for several days or even several months. Each country tried to follow a different approach to minimize the risk of COVID-19 and discovered that a shutdown is obligatory.

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  3. 08 Best Natural Ways To Reduce Anxiety

    Tips to reduce anxiety

    Anxiety is our body’s natural consequence to stress. It’s a sense of fear or nervousness about what’s to come. For instance, the first day of school, giving a speech, or going for a job interview can make many people feel nervous and fearful. But in case your feelings of anxiety are intense, persist for more than six months, and are interrupting with your life, you might have an anxiety disorder.

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  4. Facts About Painkillers That You Didn’t Know


    NSAID - the common pharmacological term that every person has come across. Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs are quite the commonest drugs that you will find in the medical stores. The term itself explains that it is used for quite common circumstances such as fever, nausea, rashes, pain, etc.. There can be people who might even develop an allergic attack to the common painkillers about 1% but people who have asthma but use all the drugs with caution (though cases only range up to 10%).

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  5. Cardiac Arrest: Cause, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

    cardiac arrest

    The Institute of Medicine says more than a million people experience cardiac arrest every year in the United States. Cardiac arrest is the result of abrupt loss stop of heart functioning causing the heartbeat to cease. Heartbeat is guided by electrical impulses, a change in the pattern of these impulses results in arrhythmia. In general 395,000 cases of cardiac arrest occur domestically, out of which less than 6 percent survive. 

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