Types of Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is a group of disorders that hinders control of movement. People affected by cerebral palsy have difficulty controlling the movement of their muscles. The four types of cerebral palsy include spastic cerebral palsy, ataxic cerebral palsy, athetoid cerebral palsy, and mixed cerebral palsy. Continue reading “Types of Cerebral Palsy” »

AIDS / HIV information

AIDS  stands for Acquired immunodeficiency Syndrome. AIDS is caused by a virus called HIV (Human immune deficiency virus). As it is clear from its name, when this virus  enter into human body, multiply there and then starts affecting human immune system. HIV attacks on T-cells of the body. Continue reading “AIDS / HIV information” »

Snoring Information

Snoring  is a big problem in many people in the world. Unfortunately a few of them know the actual cause of their snoring. Most of them don’t know what should they do to stop snoring. It is a very serious social issue. It can affect your relations with your life partner. Continue reading “Snoring Information” »

Fever Information

Fever is not a disease. It is basically the abnormal temperature of human body. The normal temperature of human body is  36C 0r 37C  OR  98F or 100F. When temperature of human body is raised above normal value cold sensations feel. It remains with you during fever. Continue reading “Fever Information” »

Is Your Memory Slipping?

Do you ever feel like you just can’t remember things the way you used to, or you occasionally have to “jog your memory” to come up with names and places? Don’t worry you are not alone. There are plenty of others who often forget people’s names, movie titles or even where they’ve parked their cars. Continue reading “Is Your Memory Slipping?” »

What Causes Autism

What causes Autism is something every doctor hears when they tell a parent their child is Autistic. There is not one definite answer to this question. There are several thoughts on what causes Autism. Some of the causes of Autism are thought to be genetic. Doctors think there are several genes that cause Autism, but have yet to locate them. Continue reading “What Causes Autism” »

Arthritis in knee

Knee arthritis is commonly referred as osteoarthritis. In this condition, the cartilage present in the joints wears away gradually. Knee arthritis makes the joints inflamed and destroys the cartilage. Arthritis has a effect on the supporting structures like the tendons, muscles, ligaments and joints. Continue reading “Arthritis in knee” »

Allergies Care

It is indeed a fact that most of the people are allergic to some or the other component in life, these days. Researchers feel that people are prone to allergies because nowadays with increasing knowledge and education, we have become more sanitized. Continue reading “Allergies Care” »

Balancing Hormones

The different hormones produced in the human body affect the function of the body. There are different hormones in men and women and the excess of hormones have their adverse effects on the human body. The regular hormone secretion in the female body is very essential because only then the proper menstrual cycle in the female body occurs and the body is able to bear children. Continue reading “Balancing Hormones” »

Secondary Hypothyroidism

About secondary hypothyroidism: The thyroid gland is one of the important glands of the endocrine system that is responsible for the production of several hormones like the thyroxin, triiodothyronine and calcitonin. All these hormones perform vital function that controls the body metabolism and also regulates the calcium balance within the body. Continue reading “Secondary Hypothyroidism” »

Hypothyroidism And Depression

Hypothyroidism is caused by the malfunctioning of the thyroid gland .Hypothyroidism is a common hormone deficiency. It is more common among females than in males. The basic symptoms of hypothyroidism are weight gain, dry skin and hair loss, intolerance to cold and puffy facial features. If hypothyroidism is left untreated, there is a risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, depression and migraine. Continue reading “Hypothyroidism And Depression” »