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Early signs of colon cancer to watch out for
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Early signs of colon cancer to watch out for

Colorectal cancer or colon and rectal cancer continues to be one of the most common forms of cancer in people. With early detection, it also becomes one of the most treatable ones. The presence of little to no signs in the beginning, makes regular screenings essential. Despite that, there are certain colon cancer symptoms which...

Top home remedies for excellent dental hygiene
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Top home remedies for excellent dental hygiene

Luscious chocolates, tangy & fizzy soft drinks, smoking etc. Not too easy to give up. Are they? At the same time, they not only trigger major health concerns, but have a very bad effect on our teeth. Let us look at some simple tips and tricks, to keep our pearly whites shiny and maintain good dental hygiene....

5 ways to recover with physiotherapy after cardiac surgery
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5 ways to recover with physiotherapy after cardiac surgery

Millions of people across the world suffer from cardiac health disorders and making a full recovery from these can be a big challenge for patients, especially senior citizens. In such cases, cardiac rehabilitation which includes physiotherapy plays an important role in the recovery of patients. Cardiac rehabilitation is a programme of exercise and information sessions...

Is your footwear the cause of your nagging back pain?
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Is your footwear the cause of your nagging back pain?

You may wonder what does footwear choices have to do with back pain? Well, the answer is a lot! If you are one of the many people whose gait is unbalanced, you could end up with sciatica or lower back pain, even with supportive shoes. Some of the problems that can occur include flat feet,...

Little known ways to prevent falls in elderly
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Little known ways to prevent falls in elderly

Elderly people are at a major risk of falls due to: Advanced age, especially age greater than 75 A fall in the recent past Coexisting conditions that are associated with falls, including dementia, depression, hip fracture, arthritis, type 2 diabetes, Parkinson disease, and osteoporosis A functional disability or impaired gait, balance, or vision Use of...

Tired of painkillers for back pain? Try Physiotherapy instead!
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Tired of painkillers for back pain? Try Physiotherapy instead!

“Our bodies are meant to move. Healthy joints and muscles need to go through their complete range of motion to prevent stiffness and soreness we often experience when being inactive ” , says  Associate Professor Manuela Ferreira, of the George Institute for Global Health in Australia. According to a latest study, back pain is commonly managed by...


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