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Cerebrovascular Disease: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment

Cerebrovascular Disease: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors and Treatment

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Strokes or brain damage may occur because of one of the following:

  • Bleeding due to a rapid rise in blood pressure, resulting in the rupture of a vessel.
Know the Reasons for Stomach Cancer in the Elderly - Young and Blissful

Know the Reasons for Stomach Cancer in the Elderly

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Cancer of the stomach affects mainly middle-aged and elderly people and is more common among men than women. Its early diagnosis is difficult; this is particularly unfortunate as it can be permanently cured only by radical surgery before metastasis has occurred. Clearly the risk that the cancer will spread will increase according to the length of time before the diagnosis is confirmed.

This Nutritional Care  and Dietary Treatment Can Reduce the Risk of Peptic Ulcers In Elderly - Young and Blissful

This Nutritional Care and Dietary Treatment Can Reduce the Risk of Peptic Ulcers In Elderly

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Written by Maira Ahsan

In the past patients with peptic ulcers were given very restricted bland diets consisting of little else but milk, products containing milk, and carbohydrates, and they were advised to continue with such diets long after their original ulcers had healed. It was thought that these regimens would reduce the production of acid and it was not realized until recently that they were ineffective and could lead to under nourishment. It has now been demonstrated that patients with peptic ulcers who eat a mixed diet recover much more quickly then those who are maintained on a milk drip. Far from suppressing the secretion of acid, as was originally thought, it has now been shown that milk may increase it.

Cirrhosis; Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management - Young and Blissful

Cirrhosis; Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Cirrhosis is the final stage of injury to the liver. It is characterized by fibrosis of the connective tissue and degeneration of the liver cells, impairing the function of the liver. The pathophysiological causes of cirrhosis are unknown, but it is commonly seen in people suffering from biliary obstructions, chronic hepatitis and other infections of the liver, malnutrition, and alcoholism.

Hepatitis Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management - Young and Blissful

Hepatitis Causes, Effects, Implications, and Management

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Hepatitis is an infectious disease characterized by inflammatory and degenerative changes of the ...
The Aetiology And Consequences Of Liver Diseases - Young and Blissful

The Aetiology And Consequences Of Liver Diseases

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Written by Maira Ahsan

 

The pathologic changes in the liver's parenchymal cells are similar regardless of the aetiology of the disease. Basic changes include their atrophy, fatty infiltration, fibrosis, and necrosis.
Lung Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention - Young and Blissful

Lung Cancer: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Lung cancer is the most common type of cancer that develops in the lungs and spread throughout the body. Your lungs are two spongy organs in your chest that take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide when you breathe in and out. Lung cancer is the most common cancer that leads to mortality worldwide. Lung cancer is most common in smokers, although it can also affect persons who have never smoked. The length of time and number of cigarettes you've smoked raises your chance of lung cancer. You can dramatically reduce your risks of acquiring lung cancer by quitting smoking, even if you've been smoking for a long time.

Early Pregnancy Loss: Here is What You Need to Know about Miscarriage - Young and Blissful

Early Pregnancy Loss: Here is What You Need to Know about Miscarriage

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Miscarriage is described as "spontaneous abortion" in medical terms.

When an embryo or fetus dies before the 20th week of pregnancy, it is referred to as a miscarriage. Miscarriage is most common early in pregnancy, with 8 out of 10 miscarriages occurring in the first three months.

This type of pregnancy loss affects a large number of women. Unfortunately, 10-20% of pregnancies result in miscarriage. Although miscarriage is a regular occurrence, it can be emotionally draining. Grief and loss are common following a miscarriage.

Breast Cancer Early Detection: Common Screening Tests and Diagnosis Procedure - Young and Blissful

Breast Cancer Early Detection: Common Screening Tests and Diagnosis Procedure

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Written by Maira Ahsan

Breast cancer is diagnosed using a variety of tests. They may also do tests to see if cancer has progressed beyond the breast and lymph nodes beneath the arm. Metastasis is a term used to describe the spread of cancer cells throughout the body. Doctors may also conduct tests to determine the most effective therapies.

The tests listed below can be used to identify breast cancer or as follow-up testing after a diagnosis.

Management of Urinary Incontinence In Older Adults - Young and Blissful

Management of Urinary Incontinence In Older Adults

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Urinary incontinence is a prevalent ailment among the elderly. Urinary incontinence occurs when a person loses control of his or her bladder. In the human body, urine is stored in the urinary bladder. During urination, the muscles of the urinary bladder contract to push urine into a tube called the urethra. The muscles around the urethra relax at the same time, allowing the urine to exit the body. Urine might leak if the muscles in the urinary bladder become weak and do not function properly. Incontinence is most commonly caused by abrupt muscular relaxation.
PCOS VS WEIGHT LOSS DIETS - Young and Blissful

PCOS VS WEIGHT LOSS DIETS

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Written by Maira Ahsan
Weight loss may be challenging for women with PCOS, but it is attainable. It's crucial to note that weight loss will be delayed due to the hormonal imbalances, inflammation, and blood sugar type issues associated with PCOS. Consult your doctor about including medicines that improve insulin sensitivity in your weight-loss plan. You can reduce weight by combining a good diet, frequent exercise, and the correct prescription. Remember that even if weight loss is slow, your PCOS symptoms will be mostly under control if you lose 5-10% of your body weight.

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