Cancer is, to date, an incurable disease. Even the root causes of Cancer have not been identified yet. Maybe, it is due to this reason that there are a number of myths regarding this disease.
While in the first part we discussed about three prevention tips. Quitting tobacco, eating a nutrition rich diet/exercising and staying clear of alcohol, in this part we shall focus on three more precautionary measures.
World cancer day is coming on 4 February 2013. This is the right time to wake up to this serious health problem. According to WHO, cancer is a leading cause of death in the world and around 30% of the cases can be prevented. Cancer affects any part of a human body.
Cancer and its treatment can take a toll on your health. Chemotherapy and cancer medication can kill your metabolism, your cells and your taste buds as well!
Back pain is the most common problem people suffer from. It affects people of all ages, especially people who do a lot of physical work that puts a lot of strain on their back.
The big C – cancer is a difficult disease to come to terms with. Life changes drastically once you know that you have cancer. Not just you, but it adversely affects your family, friends and close ones as well.
Knee pain is probably the most common pain, troubling not just the elderly but just about anyone. Today’s life is busy, fast and one has to be always on the move. Our legs suffer the most due to this, and in the process, our knees bear the wear and tear of our daily life.
There are many internal health conditions and diseases, which need to be imaged in order to be diagnosed and treated. Imaging helps the doctors to gain a better understanding of the disorder and then they can study it properly and treat it better.
Interventional radiology is a young and growing field of medical science. It is a sub specialty of Radiology, which utilizes minimally invasive, and image guided procedures for performing the treatments.