Important Symptoms And Factors Of Uterine Cancer

What are the risk factors? The exact cause of cancer of the uterus is unknown, but some factors seem to increase a woman’s risk: being aged over 50 being postmenopausal endometrial hyperplasia, a benign condition that occurs when the endometrium grows too thick never having children or being infertile starting periods early (before age 12) … Read more

10 important lung cancer facts

  According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 7.6 million deaths globally each year are caused by cancer; cancer represents 13% of all global deaths. As seen below, lung cancer is by far the number one cancer killer. 10 important lung cancer facts Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and … Read more

Improve Cervical Cancer Diagnosis Treatment

This topic talks about the testing, diagnosis, and treatment of cervical cancer. For general information about abnormal Pap test results, see the topic Abnormal Pap Test. Cervical cancer occurs when abnormal cells on the cervix grow out of control. The cervix is the lower part of the uterus that opens into thevagina. Cervical cancer can … Read more

Treatments And Drugs Approved For Ovarian Cancer

Treatment of ovarian cancer usually involves a combination of surgery and chemotherapy. Surgery Treatment generally involves removing both ovaries, the fallopian tubes, the uterus as well as nearby lymph nodes and a fold of fatty abdominal tissue (omentum) where ovarian cancer often spreads. Your surgeon also will remove as much cancer as possible from your … Read more

Most Important Symptoms Of Breast Cancer

Symptoms of breast cancer A symptom is only felt by the patient, and is described to the doctor or nurse, such as a headache or pain. A sign is something the patient and others can detect, for example, a rash or swelling. The first symptoms of breast cancer are usually an area of thickened tissue … Read more

4 Surprising Ways to Ease COPD

You’ve slammed your finger in the door (ouch!), and in that first minute, well, you pretty much think you’re going to die. But don’t freak: Instead, stay calm and cross your fingers. That simple move may be enough to numb the pain a bit, according to a recent study study published in Current Biology. After … Read more

5 Natural Ways to Manage Chronic Pain

1. Stay active Exercising may be the last thing you want to do when your body hurts. But physical activity has been shown to ease chronic pain. Staying active also helps you maintain your ability to do everyday tasks, which is essential to good health and independence. The goal of many chronic pain programs, in fact, … Read more

Abnormal Gait Patterns In Cerebral Palsy Children

The following is a list of abnormal gait patterns which may be seen in Cerebral Palsy children and which may need further evaluation:[1] Antalgic gait (caused by pain) Reduced time spent weight-bearing on the affected side. A multitude of possible causes. A smaller child may just present with unwillingness to weight-bear, so an index of suspicion … Read more

4 Things Every Cancer Patient Needs

My brother spent a lot of time in the hospital after being diagnosed with colon cancer. The hospital is not a happy place, but I am sure I don’t need to tell you that. It is like living in a dressing room at a department store—those horrible fluorescent lights and a kind of funky smell. … Read more