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Oct 15, 2022
On this World Thrombosis Day, We are here with Thrombosis Symptoms so that you may reach out to a doctor if you develop them and get treated on time.

Oct 12, 2022
It's a pretty well acknowledged idea that you should treat your mental health just as seriously as you would your physical health. Talking openly about therapy and mental illness is becoming less taboo.

Oct 03, 2022
It can be unpleasant to decline booze, especially if you're with individuals who have witnessed your drinking in the past.

Sep 30, 2022
Rabies is a very dangerous disease. Here are the signs and symptoms and the time you should reach out to a doctor in case you get infected.

Sep 23, 2022
Sickle Cell Disease is a group of genetic red blood cell diseases. Red blood cells bring oxygen to all parts of the human body. Living with any disease can be difficult. However, some managing tips can assist in living the best you can.

Sep 16, 2022
Eczema is a condition that causes cracks, itchiness, roughness, and inflammation in the skin. When these flare-ups appear, people look for anything and everything to get rid of them.

Sep 12, 2022
Yoga aids in reducing blood pressure and slowing the pulse rate, which enables the body to recuperate from stressful situations like migraine attacks. Early adulthood is a common time for the onset of migraine headaches.

Sep 09, 2022
Sexual health is as important as other health aspects in human life. Nevertheless, it is considered and identified as a taboo subject. On this World Sexual Health Day, Daily Chemist aims to bring a change by discussing ways to improve sexual health

Aug 25, 2022
Animal dander, including a dog's fur, can trigger asthma in some people. If you have asthma and your symptoms get worse by certain triggers, including dog's fur, here are some preventive tips for you.

Aug 22, 2022
When you pass looser or frequent stools, that is known as diarrhea. It affects most people occasionally and is usually nothing to worry about. Although it usually passes within a few days or a week, it can be distressing and unpleasant while it lasts

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