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Author: Mohammad Salman, MD, DM, Gastroenterology
Common Questions Answered About Kidney Stones – Interview With Doctors
Kidney stones develop in your kidneys. As stones move into the ureters that allow urine to pass from your kidneys to the bladder, you may notice signs and symptoms. Interview with Doctors.
A lump behind an ear is usually an indication of a localized area of swelling of certain glands. Swelling in these lymph nodes can result in the formation of one or multiple lumps that can occur not just behind your ear but other part of your ear as well such as your earlobe or your ear canal.
Coronavirus Disease: Safety and Precaution for Heart Patients
Doctors are advising caution for people who have heart disease or who have had stroke in past. In view of current information, it is believed that elderly people with coronary heart disease or hypertension are more likely to be infected and to develop more severe symptoms according to American heart Association.
What Does COVID-19 Virus Look Like Under Microscope?
These are the recently discovered images of novel coronavirus under powerful microscopes. The virus has caused COVID-19 outbreak also called coronavirus disease.
Tooth sensitivity is typically caused by dentin on root areas getting exposed due to retreated gums. Sudden tooth sensitivity, also referred to as dentin hypersensitivity, may be caused by several factors and may come and go sooner or later. The most common symptom is a darting pain while consuming products that are hot, cold, sweet, or particularly acidic.
Vitamin D Can Increase Survival Rates for Breast Cancer Patients
A new research study suggests that Vitamin D supplements could increase the survival rates for patients with breast cancer. Large clinical trials are already underway to look into this further.
Recent Advances in the Management of Hemorrhoids
The incidence of hemorrhoids has significantly increased in the past few years. There are various treatment options ranging from home remedies to surgical intervention. Most patients are recommended surgery. Doctors and researchers are finding out new ways to cure and prevent hemorrhoids with minimum risk and complications in patients.