Healthy Eating Habits For Multiple Sclerosis (MS): Diet Tips

December 3, 2021

A balanced diet is essential for anyone with multiple sclerosis. Although it has not been proven that a particular diet can reduce the risk of developing the disease, there are foods that can help us ... Read more


Shortness of Breath and Yawning: Causes and Treatment

December 3, 2021

Even though shortness of breath and yawning is so common and normal, it is nevertheless one of the behaviors that scientists are least familiar with, and many of them are curious in its possible communication ... Read more


Loss of Smell and Taste After COVID: The Causes and Treatments

November 22, 2021

Following an infection with COVID, you may lose your sense of smell, however, we do not currently have long-term data for COVID patients about recovery of smell. Based on studies of other viruses that cause ... Read more


Scalp Psoriasis vs Dandruff: What's The Difference?

November 18, 2021

Though scalp psoriasis and dandruff can sometimes be confused, the two have distinctly different causes, symptoms, and recommended treatments. What is scalp psoriasis? There are about 125 million people suffering from psoriasis globally, according to the ... Read more


5 Tips For Caring For A Family Member With Dementia

November 11, 2021

Dementia is characterized by loss of memory, communication and cognitive skills. It is a disorder that gradually incapacitates the patient, and requires help and support. It is not easy to care for a person with ... Read more


COPD: The 4 Stages, Symptoms and Causes

November 10, 2021

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis, makes breathing difficult for those diagnosed with it. COPD can limit your ability to work or even perform simple daily tasks. On World COPD ... Read more


Movember: Raising Awareness On Men’s Health and Prostate Cancer

November 10, 2021

With nearly a record high of 12,000 of prostate cancer deaths in 2020, prostate cancer is the most common cancer, both in men and in the general population. On the occasion of Movember 2021, a month to raise ... Read more


Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Debunking the 10 Most Common Myths

October 6, 2021

Recognized by its iconic pink ribbon, the Pink October campaign is an opportunity to raise awareness of breast cancer screening and to raise funds to support research. On this occasion, we explain 10 of the most ... Read more


Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Importance of Self-Examination, Risk Factors & more

October 5, 2021

Breast cancer is most common cancer in women and the most deadly, ranking first among female cancers and second among all cancers. There is some hope on the horizon: breast cancer mortality rates are falling ... Read more


World Alzheimer's Day: Latest Scientific Advances and Myths About Alzheimer's

September 21, 2021

On this day, individuals attempt to increase awareness of Alzheimer’s disease as well as the symptoms. The disease is among the most prevalent forms of dementia; a disorder that interrupts usual mental function. By us... Read more


Prisha Bathia: How My Chronic Illness Affects My Day-to-Day Life

September 15, 2021

Prisha Bathia is an account strategist at Google. Alongside her job at Google, Prisha actively raises awareness on social media about her chronic condition: Sturge Weber Syndrome. Sturge Weber Syndrome is a neurological condition that ... Read more


Binswanger Disease: Everything You Should Know

September 8, 2021

Binswanger disease is a form of small vessel vascular dementia, also known as subcortical leukoencephalopathy. This rare disease is caused by damage to white brain matter and can be linked to a variety of causes ... Read more


Ranitidine (Zantac) Recall: Latest News About Ranitidine Drug Recalled by FDA & EMA

September 7, 2021

Ranitidine is a medicine that reduces the amount of acid in your stomach. It was used for indigestion, heartburn and acid reflux, gastro-oesophageal reflux disease. It was also used to prevent as well as treat ... Read more


Pura Syndrome: What You Need to Know About This Rare Condition

September 6, 2021

If you’ve never heard of PURA syndrome, you’re not alone. It’s a very rare condition, although the number of diagnosed cases is growing, likely due in part to the recent nature of its di... Read more


Glaucoma vs Cataracts: Is There a Difference?

September 1, 2021

Glaucoma and cataracts are both relatively common eye disorders. Due to the range of shared symptoms and often shared outcomes, some may be led to believe that they have more in common than they do, ... Read more


HIV and Skin Rash: Symptoms and Causes Explained

August 5, 2021

HIV is a virus that damages the cells in your immune system. Individuals who are HIV-positive are more vulnerable to infections such as skin conditions and skin rashes. A skin rash is a common symptom ... Read more


Hurts to take a deep breath? Find out what might be causing it

August 2, 2021

Taking a deep breath only to be met with a sharp pain is an incredibly alarming sensation. If you’re reading this, there’s a decent chance you just experienced this yourself, hopped on Google, and ... Read more


Hepatitis: Understand What Hepatitis A,B and C and How It Is Transmitted

July 27, 2021

In commemoration of World Hepatitis Day, which is recognized annually on July 28, people all around the world share advice. WHD (World Hepatitis Day) is the birthday of Dr. Baruch Blumberg (1925-2011), who discovered the hepatitis ... Read more


MS & Cannabis: Does Medical Marijuana Work for Multiple Sclerosis?

July 21, 2021

In Multiple Sclerosis, pain can affect different places in your body. It is a disease that attacks your brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Common pain that MS patients experience: Damage to the neurons in your ... Read more


Psoriasis vs Psoriatic Arthritis: What Sets Them Apart?

July 6, 2021

The medical world can be confusing from a patients perspective. Diseases that sound related might not be and diseases that sound totally different might be. In the case of psoriasis vs psoriatic arthritis, it’s no... Read more