types of cancer

3 Common Types of Cancers You Should Know About.

Cancer is the unrestrained growth of body cells. According to statistics by the World Heath Organization (WHO), cancer  is the leading killer disease across the world. There are different types of cancer including; bladder cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, leukemia and cervical cancer. Currently there is no cure for cancer, however diagnose and successful treatment Read more about 3 Common Types of Cancers You Should Know About.[…]

COPD: Types, symptoms and preventive healthcare

 What is COPD? Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a term used to describe continuous lung diseases that makes it difficult for a person to breath. COPD occurs when the lungs have been damaged for a long period of time. COPD is an untreatable health condition, but you can manage it if diagnosed and treated Read more about COPD: Types, symptoms and preventive healthcare[…]

Diabetes : Types of diabetes, Symptoms, Preventive Healthcare

  Overview of Diabetes  What is diabetes? Diabetes is a disease in which the body’s potential to produce or respond to hormone insulin is damaged, causing abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and raised levels of glucose in the blood.   Blood sugar is the prime source of energy which comes from the meals you eat. Insulin Read more about Diabetes : Types of diabetes, Symptoms, Preventive Healthcare[…]

STDS aymptoms Cure treatment

STDs : Everything-you-need-to-know-about-sexually-transmitted-diseases

What are Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) ?  STDS are the infections that are primarily transmitted through sexual intercourse. These diseases can either be caused by a bacterial infection, by parasites or viruses.STDS affect both men and women although the symptoms may vary by gender.   Quick facts about STDS  Bacterial STDs are easily curable using Read more about STDs : Everything-you-need-to-know-about-sexually-transmitted-diseases[…]

Kidney failure

Follow these 2 Tips to Protect Your Kidney & Heart Health

  It is a well-documented fact that people with kidney disease are more likely to develop heart problems. As a matter of fact “Heart disease is more common in people with even mild to moderate kidney disease than in those of the same age and sex without kidney disease.” The opposite side of the coin Read more about Follow these 2 Tips to Protect Your Kidney & Heart Health[…]