4 Things Parents Need To Know About Achromatopsia

Posted on: 8 April 2016

Achromatopsia is a color vision deficiency characterized by either a partial or complete loss of color vision. Children with partial achromatopsia may be able to see some colors, while children with complete achromatopsia will only be able to see white, black and gray. This condition is also associated with other ocular symptoms and can seriously affect your child's quality of life. Here are four things parents need to know about achromatopsia.
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Having Radiation Or Chemotherapy For Lung Cancer? Manage The Side Effects With Natural Remedies

Posted on: 8 April 2016

If you have been diagnosed with lung cancer, you may need to have surgery, radiation treatment and/or chemotherapy to help treat the cancer or prolong your life. While radiation, also called radiotherapy, and chemotherapy are common treatments for this condition, they have side effects that can make you look and feel lousy. Fortunately, there are many natural remedies you can use to help yourself look and feel better. Here are a few natural remedies for dealing with the side effects of radiation and chemotherapy for lung cancer.
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The 411 On Shoulder Osteoarthritis

Posted on: 7 April 2016

Osteoarthritis affects the protective cartilage of your joints, limiting mobility and causing intense pain. While it can affect multiple areas of your body, many individuals suffer with osteoarthritis of the shoulder. With this gradual wearing down of the cartilage, the joints of your shoulder will become stiff and painful to move. Also, the condition may cause painful spurs and growths to develop on the joints. Shoulder arthritis is most common in patients 50 years of age and older, but it can develop in patients of all ages.
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5 Warning Signs Of Cervical Cancer You Should Stop Ignoring

Posted on: 5 April 2016

Following a well-balanced diet and exercise plan is important for your underlying health, but medical conditions may still develop due to environmental conditions or genetics. In many cases, there is no reasoning behind why certain illnesses and diseases occur. Unfortunately, an estimated 12,990 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, sometimes without any explanation of the cause. Since 4,120 of patients suffering with cervical cancer pass away each year, learning the warning signs of this disease is essential.
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