Rubella is a spring and winter-prone infectious diseases, rubella virus pass from person to person through respiratory droplets. A normal healthy person after contact with rubella patients, may become infected. Under normal circumstances, the virus enters through the respiratory system Continue reading
About 27 million Americans are currently living with osteoarthritis, and experts say it’s little wonder that it’s the most common type of arthritis. That’s because age and obesity are two major risk factors, and since the baby boomer generation is getting older and many of them are overweight the number of people with osteoarthritis is predicted to exceed 60 million by 2020. Continue reading
If you’re one of the 20 million people in America with depression, you know that it’s not a condition to be taken lightly. It’s important to manage symptoms of depression with therapy and medication as prescribed by your doctor, both to feel better now and to reduce the risk of a depressive episode in the future. Continue reading
Symptoms of heart failure often begin slowly. At first, they may only occur when you are very active. Over time, you may notice breathing problems and other symptoms even when you are resting. Continue reading
Diabetes mellitus is a life threatening diseases that according to WHO (World Health Organization) will cause almost 3 million worldwide deaths per year! These statistics cause alarm, but the responsibility is still in our hands to take action against this killer disease. Continue reading
Hay fever is sometimes confusing to identify. There are a number of different names for it as well as symptoms connected with it. But here are 5 sure-fire ways to clearly differentiate between it and other allergies.