Key Hole Surgery (Laparoscopy) for Gall Bladder Stones

After finishing high fat meal you feel pain in your abdomen or under your right arm, followed by nausea or vomiting…
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Stomach Ache and Abdominal Pain


Most people experience stomach pain or abdominal pain at some point in their lives. There are many causes that can lead to abdominal pain and many of them are easily treated. However, some pains have serious underlying causes and need prompt medical attention and hospitalization to treat them.

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome: IBS Symptoms Diet and Treatment


Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an affectation of the large intestine, and is quite a common problem. People suffering from IBS experience uncomfortable symptoms, but the condition does not alter bowel tissue or increase chances of getting colorectal cancer.

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The Best way to Treat Sports Hernia


The concept of sports hernia is far beyond the real hernia. When there is a disruption or tearing in the groin’s tendons and muscles of athletes, it is known as Sports hernia or Gilmore’s Groin or Sportsman’s Hernia. The injury may be any of these types:

Conjoined tendon tear
    Oblique aponeurosis external tear
    When conjoined tendon gets separated from the tender pubic tubercle
    When conjoined tendon gets separated from inguinal ligament
    Several patients have concomitant tear or injury to adductor muscle

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What are the Effective Treatments for Sleep Apnea?


Treatment of Sleep Arena in Normal Cases could be Simply by Altering your Life Style Like:

   Better sleeping positions to facilitate better breathing.
   Controlling weight
   Controlling acid reflux
   Restricting intake of sleeping pills, alcohol, caffeinated products etc

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Precautions and Lifestyle Guide to Avoid Throat Cancer


A Throat cancer is defined as a malignant growth which develops in the pharynx, larynx, epiglottis or tonsils. The main risk factors for the condition can be classified into modifiable and non-modifiable ones. Non-modifiable risk factors mainly include gender, age and race. It is a well-known fact that men are 5 times more susceptible to develop throat cancers compared to women, whereas the most cases identified are above 65 years of age.

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How to deal with age-related hearing loss?


As we get older, several changes take place in the body and its functions. Hearing and vision are two essential aspects of life, which will get weakened this way, over time, making a huge negative impact on the quality of life and therefore it is highly important to take extra care of these organs.

In this article, we are going to discuss about the age-related hearing loss and valuable tips on dealing with it effectively.

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