Disease & Illness

Convulsion- A Reading of the Disease

By: Anand | May 2, 2012 Convulsion is a medical condition where a rapid contraction and expansion of muscles takes place causing a violent & uncontrolled shaking of the body.

Available Treatment for Heart Rhythm Disorders

By: Suzanne Campbell | May 1, 2012 Abnormal heart rhythm is common to people with heart disease and the potential treatments are surgery and medications.

Medicare and Durable Medical Equipment

By: Suzanne Campbell | May 1, 2012 Durable medical equipment can be costly but with the help of Medicare you can avail of these things at a more affordable price.

ECG Device: Easy Detection of Heart Problems

By: Suzanne Campbell | Apr 25, 2012 ECG device can prevent heart diseases and therefore can prolongs one's life. This is one of the devices used for health-preventive measures.

Foodborne Illnesses through the Ages

By: Anand | Apr 21, 2012 Food poisoning has been a prevalent problem in the society from the early ages. Right from the time of Hippocrates in 5th century B.C. to Britain where it emerged in the 1880s showing an indication of

A Reading of HIV or Aids

By: Ram chauahan | Apr 20, 2012 Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a deadly virus which kills the immunity of an individual to no end. Anyone infected with it has a slim chance to live through a happy life in near future

David Phillip Vetter - the boy in the plastic bubble

By: JENNIFER QUINN | Jun 25, 2010 David Phillip Vetter, who was born on September 21, 1971 and died on February 22, 1984, was forced to live in the plastic germ-free environment for 13 years. He suffered from a rare disease known as severe combined immune deficiency syndrome (SCID). He died after an unmatched bone marrow transplant from his sister Katherine.
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