Acne Treatment

Acne is known to be a common problem among teenagers. However, this disorder is also prone to strike anyone of any age. There are a lot of preventive measures one can take. And there are also acne treatments available for those who currently have this skin disorder. Nevertheless, those who have acne are advised to discern the myths from the facts regarding its treatment. Understanding its causes and who is prone to be affected will also help sifting what treatments work and which ones don’t. Defining...

Liver Cancer Treatment

Liver cancer treatment depends on the cancer stage as well as the health status of the patient. Treatments aim to get rid of the cancer. If that is no longer possible, the goal will be to prevent its growth or relieve the symptoms. Surgery Partial hepatectomy is a process that removes cancer from the liver. Some healthy tissues are taken out as well. Surgery is possible if the liver is in good condition and the tumor is still small. Cryoablation Cryoablation utilizes cold to eliminate the cancer...

What Causes Low Blood Pressure?

Low blood pressure or hypotension is defined as “any blood pressure that is below the normal expectation for an individual in a given environment”. The diagnosis of low blood pressure is dependent on the symptoms associated from low blood flow; hypotension tends to vary with an individual’s lifestyle, health and age. “Blood pressure (BP) is the pressure (force per unit area) exerted by circulating blood on the walls of blood vessels, and constitutes one of the principal vital signs”. As...

Treatment for Rosacea

Rosacea treatments can limit the symptoms, making this inflammatory skin disease more manageable. Treatment is necessary because the condition will get worse if not attended to. Treatment Your doctor may recommend various types of prescription medications. A change in lifestyle may also be recommended. There are also numerous kinds of soaps, moisturizers and other skin products that may be used to improve the look of your skin. If the condition is caused by hot flashes, there are medications you...

Flu Symptoms

Also known as influenza, flu is one of the infectious illnesses that spreads through the air by sneezes or coughs. This virus is easily transmitted to individuals who have weak immune systems. To prevent the transmission of this disease, developed countries usually provide influenza vaccines to citizens. In order to treat the illness, it is important that patients have ideas about the early symptoms of flu. Additionally, it is also essential for individuals to let physicians or other medical professionals...

Myocardial Ischemia Symptoms

Myocardial ischemia is an ischemic disease involving reduced blood supply to the heart. The most common cause for this condition is coronary heart disease mostly involving the hardening of the blood vessel walls due to plaque build ups resulting to a condition called as atherosclerosis. Other predisposing factors that can cause myocardial ischemia symptoms to occur are medical conditions such as diabetes mellitus, hypercholesterolemia where there is increased level of cholesterol and hypertension...

What Causes Red Eyes?

Red eyes are caused by enlarged, dilated blood vessels, leading to the appearance of redness on the surface of the eye (sclera). Alternative names for red eyes are bloodshot eyes, scleral injection and conjunctival injection. Irritation is a common cause of red eyes; typical irritants are extremely dry air, sun exposure, dust, foreign body, infection, straining or coughing and allergic reaction. Coughing or straining can cause a bright red uniformly dense bloody area on the sclera known as subconjunctival...

Hemangioma Pain

About a third of these cases appear at birth and the rest among young children. While its cause is still unclear, significant information about the symptoms have been discovered. Causes of Hemangioma Pain Its cause is still unknown. Several studies indicate that estrogen signaling may have something to do with it. The research seems to show soft tissue hypoxia and estrogen may be causing it. Meanwhile, researchers at Harvard University show that maternal placenta undergoes embolizing to the fetal...

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