How a cataract forms?
Cataracts forms behind the colored part of a human eye that is "iris", as a person ages, the lenses in a person eye becomes less flexible, less transparent and thicker. As a person grows old, growing age and other problems rises and causes lenses to break and
Rare Disease Day is an observance held on the last day of February in order to raise awareness for rare diseases and improve access to treatment and medical representation for individuals with rare diseases and their families. It was established in 2008 because, according to European Organisation for Rare Diseases (
Lung cancer also known as lung carcinoma, is a lung tumor which is known when or characterized by uncontrolled cell growth in tissues of the lung. If this disease is not treated well or left untreated, this unwanted growth can spread in entire body with the process of metastasis. There
Ebola virus disease ( EVD ), also known as Ebola or Ebola hemorrhagic is a viral hemorrhagic fever which affects humans and other primates, it is caused by Ebola viruses. Usually or normally signs and symptoms of this viral can be seen or typically starts between two days and three
Today breast cancer has been a reason behind many women deaths and little knowledge on this topic may lead to hazardous results. Every women especially should be aware about breast cancer and what are the symptoms of breast cancer. What is it? How it develops? What are it's causes? Reason?
Today we are going to talk about "water", the most important element on the earth. Can you imagine your life without water ? Can you ? Of course no one can ? A human being can not survive even twelve hours without water it is that much important. From our
Who said living life is easy? Because it looks beautiful and smooth from outside but it is a rocky and hard journey which every single human being have to bear. Life is a combination of all happiness, sadness, loss and gain. Some people recover fast from loss and sadness but
What is Dandruff ?
According to Wikipedia, Dandruff is the falling of skin cells which are dead from the scalp. As skin cells die a little flaking is normal! About 487,000 cells/cm2 gets normally released. But shedding of dead cells in a large amount is not so cool. Not just shedding
What is Avian Influenza ?
What is Avian Influenza ? A lot of people get confused when they first hear the word " Avian ", as most people do not know as to what is the meaning of Avian!
Avian Influenza known formally as Avian flu or bird flu refers to influenza
Type 2 diabetes can be explained as a disease that causes blood sugar levels to be higher than normal. Mainly there is a body part named pancreas which induces a hormone called insulin. The insulin is used to create energy by making your cells to turn glucose from the food