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08/04/24

A Breath of Hope: Navigating the Landscape of Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths among American men and women, accounting for about 1 in 5 of all cancer deaths. Every year, more people die of lung cancer than prostate, colon and breast cancers combined. But as the American Cancer Society points out, the number of new cases continues to drop, […]
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08/04/24

Beyond the Surface: Illuminating Head and Neck Cancer

Head and neck cancers are a group of cancers that affect different tissues of the head and neck area. While they often start in the throat, mouth, larynx, salivary glands, and sinuses, they can also develop in other parts of the head and neck, including the nasal cavity and pharynx.This blog will explore the complexities […]
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02/04/24

Understanding the Threat of C. diff Infections

Clostridium difficile (C. diff) infection is a severe threat to public health. According to the US Department of Health, the Clostridioides difficile germ causes about 500,000 infections in the US each year. Sadly, an estimated 1 in 6 patients who get the infection will get it again in the subsequent 2 to 8 weeks. This […]
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29/03/24

Itching for Answers: Understanding Cholestatic Pruritus in PSC and PBC

A healthy liver produces bile, which helps with digestion and overall body function. Bile, a greenish-yellow fluid, flows freely through bile ducts to the small intestine to break down fats and facilitate the absorption of nutrients like vitamins A, D, E, and K. This seamless process maintains digestive health and overall well-being. However, conditions like […]
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29/03/24

Unraveling Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Insights into a Growing Health Concern

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus is the most common type of diabetes. According to the National Institutes of Health, about 38.4 million Americans have diabetes, and 95% of the cases are type 2 diabetes. The condition mostly affects people 45 years and older, but more and more young adults, teens, and children are also developing it. […]
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28/02/24

Decoding Asthma: Advances in Clinical Trials for Improved Management

Asthma management has come a long way, with recent strides in clinical trials and medical research opening new avenues for improved care. Earlier, the focus was primarily on relieving symptoms through bronchodilators and anti-inflammatory medications. However, the persistence of asthma-related emergency room visits shows the need for better solutions. According to the Centers for Disease […]
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22/02/24

Healing Hearts: Advancements in Clinical Trials for Heart Disease

Cardiovascular disease is a pressing issue in the United States, affecting a substantial portion of the population. According to the American Heart Association, nearly 50% of all US adults have some form of cardiovascular disease (CVD). This reality means researchers and clinicians are invested nationwide in developing better interventions and treatments to address the rising […]
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19/02/24

Life with Homocystinuria: Navigating Challenges & Embracing Hope

Homocystinuria (HCU) is a rare metabolic disorder that affects the body's ability to process certain amino acids. These amino acids are the building blocks of protein, and when not processed correctly, they can lead to a buildup of homocysteine in the blood. Elevated levels of homocysteine can cause various health issues, affecting various organs and […]
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05/02/24

Breathe Easy: How to Pick the Best Humidifier for Asthma Relief

Extreme indoor humidity levels can trigger flare-ups and worsen asthma symptoms. If it's too little, your throat and nose can become dry and irritated, making it hard to control asthma. And if it is too much, asthma triggers like mites and molds may escalate and increase allergic reactions or respiratory infections. So you need to […]
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05/02/24

Screening Saves Lives: The Power of Early Detection In Healthcare

Screening tests are one of the most powerful tools we have in modern medicine. Not only can they find diseases when they’re most treatable, but they can also prevent them from developing in the first place. Screening tests play a key part in detecting cancers, heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes at their earliest stages […]
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