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.

What Is Granuloma Annulare?

Granuloma annulare is an inflammatory condition that appears on the skin. Its name comes from the fact that it causes, ring-shaped or annular bumps. These are raised, red bumps that normally disappear by themselves. The truth is that granuloma annulare is…

Hyporexia or Lack of Appetite

Hyporexia is the medical word used to refer to a reduction in appetite. Although this condition can occur at any age, it’s notably associated with aging. The terms “hyporexia” and “anorexia” are similar. In fact, in practice, it’s difficult to…

Vaginal Pain: Why Do You Feel It?

Vaginal pain is a very annoying symptom that affects many women. In reality, it’s a pain that appears in your vagina, normally a quick and stabbing pain. The vagina is a very sensitive area that is susceptible to infections. We…

Discover How Noise Affects Mood

Noise affects mood, according to what science has established, especially in recent years. Firstly, we should note that excessive noise produces deafness and that this problem brings a whole set of additional psychological difficulties. Secondly, noise on its own constitutes…

High Ferritin: How to Reduce It

Ferritin is one of the proteins that influence the metabolizing of iron. It’s in charge of storing it in certain cells in your body so that, when it’s needed, you have it stored up. Having high ferritin in your blood…

Pharmaceutical Treatments of Anemia

Pharmaceutical treatments of anemia depend on what caused anemia in the patient. Not all types of anemia are caused by the same thing, which is why the treatment options vary. Anemia is a condition that causes a reduction in blood…

What Are Submaxillary Glands For?

The submaxillary glands can also be called submandibular glands and the name is due to its anatomical location in the skull, below the floor of the mouth. Thus, they’re part of the set of major salivary glands, comprised by the…

Antisocial Behavior and Brain Structure

In their psychiatry section, The Lancet published the latest research on the human brain carried out by University College of London (UCL) in February 2020. The article explores the association between antisocial behavior and brain structure. Firstly, this research was…

Second Patient with HIV Cured

The news that a second patient had their HIV cured appeared for the first time in 2019. However, doctors didn’t dare to claim that it was definitive. However, now – one year later – the possibility that this cure was…