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Globel tuberculosis cases see a significant decline within a decade

Globel tuberculosis cases see a significant decline within a decade

According to WHO report on Tuesday, the number of people getting sick with tuberculosis ( TB) has considerably decreased for the first time. At the same time, statistical figure showed that the death toll from the the disease  is also … Read more

Asthma disease

Asthma disease

Asthma is a chronic disease that affects your lungs, consequently, your inside walls of the airways are inflamed and swollen. Asthma resulted in repeated episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and nighttime or early morning coughing. Asthma is reversible, but … Read more

A Kiss: Miracle for your Health

A Kiss:  Miracle for your Health

Love cannot be deprived of a passionate kiss, is it too exaggerative in your opinion? Possibly you think the importance of a kiss in love is overstated in this way. But you must change your mind on it after reading … Read more

Older Patients May Get Lower Quality Care at Trauma Centers

Older Patients May Get Lower Quality Care at Trauma Centers

FRIDAY, Jan. 28 (HealthDay News) — Trauma centers may not give the same high-quality care to severely injured elderly patients as they provide to younger patients, according to a new study. Few facilities were rated as providing high-quality care for … Read more

What are causes of chronic cough?

What are causes of chronic cough?

Chronic cough — one lasting eight weeks or longer — is more than just an annoyance. In addition to being physically draining, a chronic cough can alienate your family and co-workers, ruin your sleep, and leave you feeling angry and … Read more

Causes of Lung Cancer

Causes of Lung Cancer

Lung growth is your principal instigate of sarcoma deaths in both women  and additionally men throughout the United States on the other hand throughout the world. Lung melanoma has  surpassed breast plague given that the leading motive of sarcoma deaths … Read more