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Iron Deficiency Anemia

Iron Deficiency Anemia
Iron deficiency anemia is a term to describe the most widespread type of anemia. Bone marrow makes healthy blood cells in your body. Iron deficiency is a situation in which bone marrow lacks to produce enough healthy and vital red blood cells. Iron is the most primary element for red blood cells. If the human body does not have adequate iron, as a consequence bone marrow cannot produce enough... 

Vitamin D

Vitamin D
Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin. Vitamin D principally functions as a prohormone. The nickname of vitamin D is sunshine vitamin. For, the body can create it as vitamin D3 when persons sunbathe. Even though vitamin D is usually known as a vitamin, it is not an essential dietary vitamin. No doubt, there are many dietary recources which are rich in vitamin D.These essential nutrients are eggs, fish,... 

Bad Breath

Bad Breath
Bad breath is a phrase to explain breathing which becomes permeated with a strong unpleasant odor. Foul breath is also known as halitosis. Halitosis may depend on several reasons such as lack of dental care, tooth decay, dry mouth or periodontal disease. In general, bad breath is created in the mouth itself. A person may have the jungle mouth intensity during all day long because of dietary. Some... 

Pharyngitis

Pharyngitis
Pharyngitis is a throat pain. The most important sign of pharyngitis is the inflammation of the pharynx or throat that is known as sore throat. However, the words pharyngitis and sore throat are commonly used alternatively. The pain of the throat often gets worse when the patient swallows. The most familiar reason of pharyngitis is a viral infection, such as a chill or the grippe. Pharyngitis caused... 

Bronchitis

Bronchitis
Bronchitis is an airway inflammation of the lining and tissue of the bronchial tubes or mucous membranes of the bronchus in which airflow is passed through from the trachea into the pulmonary or lungs. Bronchitis is classified into two types as acute bronchitis and chronic bronchitis. Acute bronchitis oftenly develops from a common cold or other respiratory tract infections both in children and adults.... 

Panic Attack

Panic Attack
A panic attack is an unexpected event of strong alarm that develops for any clear grounds and causes someone to suffer physically or mentally. Anxiety attacks can be extremely frightening experience. As panic attacks happen you might believe you are going to lose your own control and die of a heart attack while you are suffering from palpitations. One may experience feeling of panic attacks only one... 

Kidney Failure

Kidney Failure
Kidney failure is one of the renal disorders in which kidneys lose their ability to filter toxins, salts, excess fluid, electrolytes and waste products from the blood. In general renal failure develops quickly. Renal Impairment can develop in two forms as acute kidney failure which is besides named acute kidney injury or chronic kidney failure which is also called chronic renal failure. Acute renal... 

Bowel

Bowel
Lazy bowel syndrome or irritable bowel syndrome in short IBS is a widespread disorder which has an effect on your large bowel or intestine known as colon. Lazy colon syndrome usually gives rise to stomachache, stomach cramp, abdominal pain and bloating, intestinal gas, flatulence, diarrhea, mucus-like stool, constipation and intestinal obstruction. In spite of these painful indications and warnings... 

Stress

Stress
What is stress? Stress is a term applied the exaggeration of feelings and emotions. Sometimes, daily life activities and responsibilities get out of your control and cause your stress level to be increased considerably. A person who is overloaded may become exasperated and feel that he/she has more than one can bear. However, it is not so difficult to cope up with stress related situations in case... 

Asthma

Asthma
What is asthma, ddyspnea or phthisic? Asthma means the shortness of breath and respiratory distress. Why breathing becomes difficult? For some reason, those who are short of breath have narrow and swell breathing passages. These types of airways create more mucus, and breathing becomes difficult. What are the asthma signs? The symptoms of dyspnoea are: Coughing spell, breathless, complains of dyspnea... 
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