Fat Free Cooking Methods

Need for fat free food. Fat foods are the sources of weight gain. When excess fats are supplied to fat cells present in the body, these cells start circulating the fatty acids to other cells such as liver cells. Weight gain can lead to some diseases such as type II diabetes, stroke, heart problems, and cardiovascular disorders, so one should avoid fat foods. Continue reading “Fat Free Cooking Methods” »

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” »

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” »

Hemophilia: causes and symptoms

European history beckons with blood disorder ‘Hemophilia’ for centuries together. Hailed as a ‘Royal Disease’, because Queen Victoria, who was the carrier of the gene, transmitted this disease to her sons and daughters who belonged to Royal families of Spain, Germany and Russia.

Hemophilia, a rare genetic blood disorder, affects mostly young boys and men. An estimated of over 50000 people across the globe are suffering from hemophilia disorder. In US alone, over 17000 males are born with this disease.Результат пошуку зображень за запитом "Hemophilia"


Hemophilia is a rare genetic blood disorder. It is hereditary in nature. This disorder prevents coagulation of blood. This leads to uncontrollable bleeding. In fact, it is worst in children, when bleeding fails due to absence of specific proteins called ‘factors’. These factors are necessary to prevent excessive clotting.


There are there two types of Hemophilia

Hemophilia A: This is caused due to lack of blood clotting of factor VIII. Approximately 85 percent of hemophiliacs suffer from this type.

Hemophilia B: This is caused due to deficiency of factor IX.

Hemophilia C: This caused due to deficiency of factor XI


Hemophilia is a rare hereditary disorder. It is mostly passed on from mother to the sons. The reason behind this rare transmission, it is caused by the mutation to a single recessive gene on the X chromosome.

Biologically, females have two X chromosomes, while males have one X and one Y chromosome. Which means, that females carry one of the hemophilia gene in one of her X chromosome. If she becomes pregnant, chances are her son will have the disease, while her daughter becomes a carrier of the gene.

So far, in about one-third of the children with hemophilia, there is no family history of the disorder. Normally, the disorder results due to creation of new gene mutation. This genetic defect affects due to the following questions:

  • How much clotting factor a person will produce?
  • How the factor will function?

Based on these questions, medical practitioners came to a conclusion that the less normal clotting factor you have, the more severity is the hemophilia.


Being a bleeding disorder, the most common symptom of hemophilia is the non-stop excessive bleeding and bruising. Defect in blood clotting factors results in low levels of fibrin. This impairs the body’s ability to create strong blood clots.


Bruises normally occur from minor accidents. This causes swelling, where a large number of blood clots are formed under the skin.

Easy bleeding

Hemophilia signs are often characterized by bleeding from the nose, mouth and gums. Daily brushing or any kind of dental procedures is a sure symptom.

Bleeding into a joint

This can lead to excruciating chronic arthritis, deformity and crippling with repeated occurrences.

Bleeding into the muscles

Bleeding into the muscles can cause swelling, pain, and redness. This can cause increased pressure on tissues and nerves, resulting in deformity.

Bleeding from injury or bleeding in the brain

Bleeding from injury, or spontaneously in the brain, is the most common cause of death in children with hemophilia. A brain hemorrhage can occur from even a small bump on the head. It could lead into blindness, retardation and a variety of neurological deficits.


A child physician or a pathologist will definitely assist you with correct diagnosis and treatment for a healthy tomorrow.

General symptoms of Mental Disorders

A study of various mental disorders has enable psychiatrists and psychologists to discover some general symptoms of mental disorders. These symptoms pertain to various distinguishable aspect of the mind. They should not be thought of as disturbance of difference mental faculties, because mind is one homogeneous process. It is an integral function of organism which cannot be split into components. Continue reading “General symptoms of Mental Disorders” »

Diarrhea – what to do

Diarrhea refers to an increase in the rate of bowel movements from the body or may be reduction in the form of stools (looseness of stool). Even though these changes in the frequency of stool movements and looseness of bowels might vary independently from each other, changes occur often in both. Causes of diarrhea can be many; diarrhea has to be distinguished from few other conditions. Continue reading “Diarrhea – what to do” »

Bipolar Disorder

What is Bipolar Disorder? Bipolar disorder, also known as manic-depressive disorder, is a mental disorder characterized by major mood swings between feeling really “high” and really “low.” The mood swings are different from naturally occurring mood changes that everyone experiences. Continue reading “Bipolar Disorder” »

Behavioral Disorders

Behavioral disorders involve a pattern of disruptive behaviors in children that last for at least 6 months and cause problems in school, at home and in social situations.  Nearly everyone shows some of these behaviors at times, but behavior disorders are more serious. Continue reading “Behavioral Disorders” »