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Asthma Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
May 4
2021
By Admin

Asthma is one of the underlying conditions that COVID-19 feeds off. Old age and other chronic lung diseases are proven to make the body more vulnerable when infected with the coronavirus. Moreover, patients who get hospitalized, put in an ICU, placed beside a ventilator for assisted breathing, or had passed away have or had underlying conditions amplified by COVID-19. Having asthma, however, does not put people into higher risk of contracting the virus, but it will make them severely ill once they get infected.

Internal Medicine
Live Longer with a Healthy Liver
April 19
2021
By Admin

The liver is the largest glandular organ in the body, weighing approximately 1,500 grams which comprises around 2% of our body weight. Furthermore, simultaneously performing over 500 key functions for the body makes it one of the most vital organs in our system. Some of its tasks include fighting infections and illnesses, controlling cholesterol levels, regulating blood sugar, producing bile, metabolizing carbohydrates, and detoxifying the body. The liver also extracts vitamins and minerals from the foods we eat, stores them, and distributes them all over our body when needed. Truly, there is “live” in liver and no one can survive without it.

Internal Medicine
How To Be A Loving Parent To An Autistic Child
April 1
2021
By Admin

Autism is a neurological developmental condition characterized by a person’s challenges with social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, and repetitive behavior.

Pediatrics
6 Signs Of Kidney Disease You Shouldn’t Ignore
March 11
2021
By Admin

Millions of people around the world are living with some form of kidney disease without knowing it. Kidney disease is sneaky because most people associate its symptoms

Healthy Tips
Women Physicians Who Changed The Course Of Medicine
March 8
2021
By Admin

It can be traced back in history where women were held back from entering the realm of medicine. But despite the prevalent discrimination back then, there were women who went against the tide, broke barriers, and changed the course of medicine.

Woman's Health
7 Most Common Sports Injuries
March 7
2021
By Admin

Sports injuries can happen at any time to anyone. For a while you think you are just doing what everyone is doing–– sprinting from one point to another, landing on your two feet, stretching your arms to grab the ball–– then suddenly,

Healthy Tips
Learning How To Live With Pcos
February 27
2021
By Admin

Polycystic ovary syndrome or PCOS is a hormonal condition in women that affects the functions of their ovaries that lead to fertility issues. The criteria before a patient is diagnosed with PCOS are as follows:

Gynaecology
Getting Asthma Under Control
February 27
2021
By Admin

Asthma is a chronic respiratory disorder that suppresses breathing and can be fatal if symptoms are not prevented or treated immediately. It is the main culprit why more than 300 million asthmatic people around the

Internal Medicine

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