Using light to destroy metastatic breast cancer

Dr. Nalinikanth Kotagiri of the Cincinnati Cancer Center in Ohio has just received the Department of Defense Breast Cancer Breakthrough Award to study the use of light to target cancer cells in late-stage breast cancer. The researcher explains the benefits of light therapy for metastatic breast cancer.A new form of light therapy could drastically...

What to know about subchorionic bleeding

A subchorionic bleed is also called a subchorionic hemorrhage. It refers to a collection of blood that can develop between the gestational membranes, such as the placenta, and the uterus during pregnancy.This blood can lead to vaginal bleeding during pregnancy. This article will look at the causes and risks of a subchorionic hemorrhage (SCH),...

5 Effective Ways on How to Relieve Back Pain

  Whether you just had an intense workout or suffer from chronic back pain, we all know that it isn't the best thing to feel. After all, who would want to endure the discomfort of standing or walking around? No one wants back pain, but sometimes, it's inevitable. Fortunately, there are ways on how you can...

How to stop bleeding on Depo-Provera

Depo-Provera is a form of birth control taken via shot. Breakthrough bleeding, spotting, and changes to menstrual flow are some of the most common side effects during the first year of use. However, there are some home remedies that can help.Irregular bleeding is normal on Depo-Provera. Around 57 percent of people who have this...

New blood test can detect ovarian cancer in its early stages

Relatively few cases of ovarian cancer are diagnosed in their early stages, so many people lose the opportunity for effective treatment. A newly developed blood test, however, could change this situation.Can a new blood test help doctors detect ovarian cancer early? The American Cancer Society (ACS) state that "only about 20 percent of ovarian cancers...

Signs and symptoms of Crohn’s disease in women

Crohn's disease is a chronic health condition that affects the digestive system. It is one of a group of long-term health conditions, which also includes ulcerative colitis, known as inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD.Crohn's disease occurs when the body's immune system attacks the gut, causing inflammation in the small intestine, the large intestine, or...

How does social media use affect our body image?

A new study reveals how social media use could affect the self-perceived body image of young women.Being active on social media may affect how young women perceive their own appearance. Recently, the effects of social media use on our mental health and well-being have been the topic of much debate. According to the social displacement theory,...

5 natural ways to reduce breast size

Breasts come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. There is no right or wrong. For some people, however, large breasts can get in the way of daily life.There is some evidence that large bra cup sizes are related to shoulder and neck pain. People may also want to reduce their breast size...

What are the symptoms of high estrogen?

In males and females, estrogen is an important hormone. High levels of estrogen can cause a variety of symptoms and may increase the risk of developing certain medical conditions.In this article, we begin by looking at what estrogen is. We then describe how levels become high, the symptoms and possible complications, and how a...

7 Diseases That Can Influence Men More than Women

This is a shout out to all the men out there who undergo the medical examination once in a decade. In a research, it has been found that around 40 % of men reported that they have not undergone medical checkups in the last 12 months. The so-called superior gender “Males” are usually considered...
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