Do you often wake-up mourning in the middle of the sleep due to muscle hardness, tension, and tightness occurring in your calf or foot? May be your suffering from nighttime leg cramping issues. While the effects may vary, these painful sensations may occur many times ea... Read More
If you have arthritis or back pain, carrying out daily activities can turn out to be an agonizing affair. In fact, suffering from arthritis or pain in the back could be debilitating in more ways than one. For instance, driving a vehicle is one activity that you can no l... Read More
Have you ever felt your legs shaking uncontrollably? If the answer is yes, you may have restless legs syndrome. Medically known as Willis-Ekbom Disease, it is a condition related to your nervous system that causes an urge to constantly moving your legs. This occurs both... Read More
Patients experiencing a tingling sensation in hands and feet is a common problem. Also called 'paresthesia', it is often accompanied with a feeling of pins and needles, numbness, pain, itching, or a feeling of ants crawling in your hands, feet, or your toes, and even ot... Read More
Samaira, a 21-year-old confident girl known for her kindness and selfless social acts, was alarmingly taken aback when she was not allowed to donate blood to her own cousin. A tattoo with the message, “Whoever saves a life is human!” that she got done a week ago has... Read More
The presence of blood in the urine, medically known as Hematuria, is indeed frightening and should never be ignored. Even if it happens just once, with the urine remaining clear for weeks or months before it reappears, make an immediate visit to the doctor to rule... Read More
Does your heel ache after a long period of rest or when you get out of your bed in the morning? If yes, you may have a heel spur.A heel spur, also known as calcaneal spur, is a bony outgrowth under your heel. This occurs when calcium builds up and causes your bone to pr... Read More
Just like any other surgery, kidney transplant too requires intensive care and a defined dietary modification to speed up the recovery process. Anti-rejection medicines (immunosuppressants) that are given to prevent rejection of the new kidney by the body may suppress y... Read More
The wisdom teeth or the third molars are the teeth that grow at the back of your mouth. These teeth are the last ones to come through. There are 4 wisdom teeth that grow during teenage years or early twenties in most people. In some people by the time wisdom teeth ... Read More
From the moment you wake up in the morning to the time you turn the lights off at night, you rely on your eyes. But have you ever given a thought to some habits that may be adversely affecting your eyes? Have you been giving your eyes the care they really deserve? Young... Read More
Stroke is the second most common cause of deaths around the world and a severe cause of lifelong disability in many cases. Recognizing its risk factors and early signs can help avert the harsh consequences of this life-threatening disorder. How does stroke occur?Th... Read More
COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a condition that makes it difficult to breathe. The disease is actually a combination of two lung conditions, emphysema, and bronchitis. Emphysema causes damage to the alveoli (air sacs) in the lung, while bronchitis ca... Read More
A - I read your question carefully and I understand your concern. Given the normal MRI and if there are no other symptoms such as throbbing pain or increasingly warm and red skin (which might indicate a...
A - Hi and thanks for query, 1)Please tell me your height age and sex? If you know your body fat percentage you can mention it. You have to take 100 calories less then your maintainance calories. I would...