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What Is The Treatment Of Dental Problems And Diabetes?

Your dentist can help you take care of your teeth and gums by cleaning and checking your teeth twice a year helping you learn the best way to brush and floss your teeth telling you if you have problems with your teeth or gums and what to do about them making sure your false teeth f…

How To Remove Dental Stains

Nothing beats a flawless smile in creating a favourable impression on others. Unfortunately stained teeth can be caused easily with your everyday tea, coffee and some other drinks or even solid food. You can regain the lost whiteness of your teeth with some regular dental care procedure…

Reflux And Peptic Ulcer Disease (PUD)

What is heartburn? Heartburn or acid reflux, which affects about 4 out of 10 people, is a burning pain behind your breastbone, caused by stomach acid travelling up towards the throat. The pain is often worse after eating, in the evening, or when lying down or bending over and it can ha…

Peptic Ulcer Disease

Peptic ulcer disease | Other names; Peptic ulcer, stomach ulcer, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer | Specialty; Gastroenterology, General surgery | Symptoms; Upper abdominal pain, belching, vomiting, weight loss, poor appetite | Complications; Bleeding, perforation, blockage of t…

Hepatitis

Hepatitis | Specialty; Infectious disease, gastroenterology, hepatology | Symptoms; Yellowish skin, poor appetite, abdominal pain | Complications; Scarring of the liver, liver failure, liver cancer | Duration; Short term or long term | Causes; Viruses, alcohol, toxins, auto…

Typhoid Fever

Typhoid fever |  Other names; Slow fever, typhoid |  Specialty; Infectious disease |  Symptoms; Fever, abdominal pain, headache, rash |  Usual onset; 6–30 days after exposure |  Causes; Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica (spread by food or water contaminated with feces) |  …

Nausea

Nausea |  Specialty; Gastroenterology Nausea is an unpleasant, diffuse sensation of unease and discomfort, often perceived as an urge to vomit. While not painful, it can be a debilitating symptom if prolonged, and has been described as placing discomfort on the chest, upper abdome…

Taking Care of Sensitive Teeth

If you are suffering from sensitive teeth – or dentine hypersensitivity – the chances are you haven’t been caring for them properly; you have neglected them to an extent where they hurt when you bite into cold or hot things and cause you a lot of discomfort accordingly. However, there a…

Symptoms of Tooth Decay in Toddlers

Tooth decay is one of the most common tooth problems in toddlers. In dental decay, cavities are formed on the outer layer of the tooth. These cavities are formed due to the collapse of hard dental issues which lead to a mild tooth decay. Rarely does tooth decay go unnoticed. If so, it m…

What to Eat After Dental Surgery?

Good diet and nourishment is of utmost significance especially when a person is recuperating from a dental surgery. If one knows what to eat and eats the appropriate diet, it guarantees quick recovery and also reduces the possibility of excessive dry socket and blood loss. Post oral sur…

Nike Releases Range Of Shoes For Doctors And Nurses To Keep Them Comfortable During Long Shifts

The Nike Air Zoom Pulse (Picture: Nike) Our doctors and nurses work hard and they deserve a bit of comfort. So Nike has created a range of shoes that are practical and comfortable for long days treating patients.

Acute Confusion

Acute Confusion: Abrupt onset of a cluster of global, transient changes and disturbances in attention, cognition, psychomotor activity, level of consciousness, or the sleep/wake cycle.

Activity Intolerance

Insufficient physiologic or psychological energy to endure or complete required or desired daily activities.

What Is A Nursing Care Plan?

A nursing care plan is a process that includes correctly identifying existing needs, as well as recognizing potential needs or risks. Care plans also provide a means of communication among nurses, their patients, and other healthcare providers to achieve health care outcomes. Without th…

Malaria

Malaria | Pronunciation; /məˈlɛəriə/ | Specialty; Infectious disease | Symptoms; Fever, vomiting, headache | Complications; Yellow skin, seizures, coma | Usual onset; 10–15 days post exposure | Causes; Plasmodium spread by mosquitos | Diagnostic method; Examination of the…

Antimalarial Medication

Antimalarial medications, also known as antimalarials, are designed to prevent or cure malaria. Such drugs may be used for some or all of the following: Treatment of malaria in individuals with suspected or confirmed infection. Prevention of infection in individuals visiting a mala…