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The operation of adenoma and prostate cancer

Prostate adenoma¬†is an increase in volume of the prostate that occurs in older men and causes complications of bladder and urinary flow behaving as an obstacle. This is a benign condition (not a cancerous growth of the prostate) for comparison with prostatic adenocarcinoma (which is prostate cancer). Endoscopic surgery is indicated in cases where prostate […]


January 22, 2015, Treatments
Royal jelly, bee venom, propolis and pollen – properties

Here are some amazing properties of apitherapy and miraculous results of honey on health. Therapy with honey accelerates the healing of gastrointestinal, improves insomnia, relieves joint pain. Bee venom contains 88% water, but also glucose and fructose. Bee venom therapy is done under strict medical control. It is administered as injections or ointment with apitoxins […]


January 21, 2015, Remedies
Diet for High Cholesterol

If you have high cholesterol or have a diagnosis of dyslipidemia, the first step to decrease cholesterol is changing the food, the adoption of a special regime that excludes and reduces fat in the diet. Remember that a high cholesterol represent increased risk of cardiovascular disease. If coexist with a heart disease, a high cholesterol […]


January 21, 2015, Diets
Arterial Hypertension – Simple Treatments

Hypertension has been called the “silent disease” because it does not cause any symptoms years or even decades. The maximum permissible blood pressure is 140/90 mm Hg. Without treatment, high blood pressure can cause heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. Smoking, obesity¬†and sedentary lifestyle contributes to hypertension. Hypertension can be controlled or even eliminated by […]


January 20, 2015, Remedies
BMI calculation and causes of Obesity

BMI is body mass index and is an objective evaluator of normal weight according to size. A healthy weight is one that places the body mass index (calculated using height and weight) between 18.5 and 24.9 values – the range set by the World Health Organization. If your weight exceeds this range, it not only […]


January 20, 2015, Diets
Ankylosing spondylitis Symptoms and Treatment

Ankylosing spondylitis (also called spondylosis) is a chronic inflammatory disease that predominantly affects the sacroiliac and spine joints and clinically dominated by back pain and hip pain. It has a prevalence of 1% and is more common in men. Causes of Ankylosing Spondylitis: joint inflammation is caused by immune reactions that are facilitated by a […]


January 20, 2015, Joint
Allergy Treatments

If your body has an exaggerated immune response to contact with substances such as pollen, house dust (containing mites) or cat dander you suffer from allergy. In general, any allergy is manifested by: sneezing, coughing, a wheezing, itching and hives. The substances that trigger the exaggerated immune response get in the body by four ways: […]


January 19, 2015, Prevention
Urinary Incontinence – Causes, Triggers and Tips

Urinary incontinence is more a symptom than a disease and consists of involuntary urine loss. It can be of two types: during exercise or stress – when it is caused by sneezing, screaming, coughing, laughing, or it can be an urgently incontinence – incontinence due to bladder contractile problems. Causes and risk factors for urinary […]


January 19, 2015, Kidney and bladder
Diabetic Foot – care tips

Peripheral neuropathy is a complication of diabetes in which high concentrations of glucose over time damages the nerve cells, resulting in loss of sensation. Typically, the legs are most affected by this condition, being prone to various injuries. Wounds that do not heal normally can get ulcers that can become infected and in severe cases […]


January 18, 2015, Legs
Excess Body Hair in Women and Men – Causes and Explanations

Excessive hair growth in women, is a common and difficult to approach problem. There can be excess body hair in women and men on the face, abdomen, breast or pathologically insignificant, either as a sign of a more serious disease. Distribution and normal hair growth in people is under complex genetic and endocrine control, so […]


January 18, 2015, Hair