Health

Health means prevention, knowledge, and treatment. In this section we'll provide you with information on the human body and how the organs work, disorders and diseases, the main treatments for each of them, as well as first aid you should know.

Human body

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23 Types and Shapes of Vagina: All of Them Are Normal
Human body23 Types and Shapes of Vagina: All of Them Are Normal
18 Interesting Facts You Probably Didn't Know about Semen and Sperm
Human body18 Interesting Facts You Probably Didn't Know about Semen and Sperm
How to Tell The Difference Between a Pimple and a Cold Sore
Human bodyHow to Tell The Difference Between a Pimple and a Cold Sore

The difference between a pimple and a cold sore can be a crucial question when you wake up in the…

8 Types of Urine That May Say Something Important About Your Health
Human body8 Types of Urine That May Say Something Important About Your Health

The types of urine - or, better said, the colors of urine - have been one of the most widely…

What is Urine pH?
Human bodyWhat is Urine pH?

Urine samples are a simple way for doctors to test the health of your kidneys and other parts of the body. Also, some other things they study are t...

Dental Implant Prosthetics: What They Are and the Different Types Available
Human bodyDental Implant Prosthetics: What They Are and the Different Types Available

Missingone or more teeth doesn't just aesthetically change a person, but it can also affect how their mouth works. Dental…

What Is Tetrachromacy and What Does It Mean?
Human bodyWhat Is Tetrachromacy and What Does It Mean?

Tetrachromacy is a condition that makes lots of scientists curious. It's a term that refers to a visual quality, which…

Medication

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Triple Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pros and Cons
MedicationTriple Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis: Pros and Cons
Metformin: Its Effects and How to Stop Taking It
MedicationMetformin: Its Effects and How to Stop Taking It
Muscle Relaxant Drugs: 12 of the Most Used
MedicationMuscle Relaxant Drugs: 12 of the Most Used

There are two basic types of muscle relaxant drugs. Some are used to treat spasms (carisoprodol, chlorzoxazone, and cyclobenzaprine), and…

Policosanol: Is it Effective in Regulating Cholesterol and Blood Pressure?
HealthPolicosanol: Is it Effective in Regulating Cholesterol and Blood Pressure?

Policosanol is a dietary supplement that is derived primarily from sugar cane. However, it can also be derived from other…

Clonazepam: What Is It and What's it Used For?
MedicationClonazepam: What Is It and What's it Used For?

Clonazepam is a benzodiazepine drug that acts on the central nervous system (CNS). In particular, it exerts anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, sedative,&h...

Anticoagulants and Their Mechanism of Action
MedicationAnticoagulants and Their Mechanism of Action

Anticoagulants, as their name suggests, are drugs that prevent blood clotting. This is a normal physiological process that stops bleeding…

Characteristics and Uses of Cloperastine
MedicationCharacteristics and Uses of Cloperastine

Cloperastine is an active ingredient with a central and peripheral antitussive effect. The mode of action of this active ingredient…

Treatments

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What is Cardiac Catheterization For and How is it Performed?
TreatmentsWhat is Cardiac Catheterization For and How is it Performed?

Physicians have a wide variety of procedures that are useful in diagnosing and treating multiple ...

Biological Therapy for Crohn's Disease: Advantages and Risks
TreatmentsBiological Therapy for Crohn's Disease: Advantages and Risks

Crohn's disease is one of two recurrent conditions collectively referred to as inflammatory bowel...

How to Treat Joint Wear and Tear
TreatmentsHow to Treat Joint Wear and Tear

Joint wear and tear is a common problem, but that doesn't mean you should pay any less attention ...

Postbiotics: What They Are and How to Get Them
TreatmentsPostbiotics: What They Are and How to Get Them

Science is dynamic and changing. One discovery never ends there, as it always leads to another. S...