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Browse through over 250 famous doctor interviews and read comprehensive articles explaining symptoms, treatment methods and prevention tips from diseases on the Credihealth blog.

Blood Donors are Heroes

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On 14th June, every year, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. This event first took place in 2004, and serves to raise awareness of the need for …

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Obesity: 3 Major Causes

Cause of obesity

If you’ve always believed overeating and inactivity to be the only causes of obesity, then you need to pay attention to some more hidden reasons that we unveil here. Do …

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12 Never Asked Blood Donation Questions

Blood group

1. Define a unit of blood. Blood is collected in plastic bags containing watery fluid which prevents blood from coagulating. About 450 ml. of blood from a person is taken, …

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3 must ask blood transfusion questions

Blood donation

Who needs a blood transfusion? After a major accident, a patient needs blood in case of blood loss Every major surgery requires additional blood The average open heart surgery requires …

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How is blood formed anyway?

Blood Cancer

We are full of it, we need it, and we can’t live without it. So what exactly is blood and how much blood do I have? Blood is the red-coloured …

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Blood group incompatibility

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What exactly are Blood Groups? Believe or not, every individual has two types of blood groups. The first one- the ABO grouping and the second –Rh grouping. Most people are …

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Dealing With Family Issues

Family issues

Constant money worries leave you frustrated. Unsupportive parents make you depressed. Arguing or distrustful spouse irritates you. Angry outbursts occur when children don’t listen to you and do their own things. Do any …

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Why is exercise the best way to lose fat?

Role of exercise

Is your growing waist-line earning some notorious attention when you step out of the house? Are you mostly found sitting in front of television munching that packet of chips and …

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7 Easy Diet Control Tips

Diet Control

Have you heard the popular saying “you are what you eat” – it simply means a person’s body weight and physical appearance is determined by their eating habits. Diet control is …

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Colour Blindness- Causes & Treatment

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The light-sensitive part of the eyeball is Retina, which is the posterior most layer of the eye. Retina is made up of two types of cells- Rods and Cones. Rods …

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Avascular necrosis (AVN): Bone Disease

Hip weakness

What is avascular necrosis? Avascular necrosis (AVN) is a bone disease that occurs by temporary or permanent loss of blood supply to one or more bones. Blood nourishes the bone …

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Get Your Baby Checked For Congenital Hip Dislocation (CHD)

CHD

What is Congenital Hip Dislocation (CHD)? Hip joint is formed where head of the femur which is the rounded top of the thigh bone fits into a hollow region of …

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Everything You Need to Know About Tumors

Pacemaker FAQS

What are tumors?  Tumors are a group of abnormal cells that grow to form lumps or growths. Depending on their type, different tumors grow and behave differently. The different types …

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Discoid Meniscus: Knee Joints

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What is meniscus? Meniscus is a crescent-shaped piece of cartilage placed in the knee joint between thighbone and tibia. It acts as a shock absorber, allowing knee to easily bend …

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Rheumatoid Arthritis of the Knees – 7 Home Remedies

Old Aged

Knees are one of the most common joints affected by rheumatoid arthritis. Unlike osteoarthritis which causes wear and tear, rheumatoid arthritis results from body’s own immune system acting against it. …

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Diabetes: What Doctors Don’t Tell You

Diabetes

Though the advancement in medical sciences are peaking, there is no permanent cure to diabetes as of yet. A responsible doctor should tell you all the adverse effects that can be …

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Chronic Arthritis in Haemophilic Patients

Pacemaker FAQS

What is haemophilic arthritis? It is a common bleeding manifestation that occurs either spontaneously or from a mild trauma, but the haemarthroses becomes more spontaneous with time and repeated bleeding. …

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OsteoChondritis Dissecans Disease (OCD)

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No, not obsessive compulsive disorder. Its OsteoChondritis Dissecans Disease. Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) is a condition of the joints in which a cartilage, along with a thin layer of bone beneath, becomes loose …

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Gouty Arthritis – High Uric Acid levels

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What is gout? Gout is a form of arthritis that is characterized by an attack of sudden stiffness, burning pain and swelling in a joint. The attacks repeat themselves unless …

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Knee Joint Dislocation

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A Knee Joint Dislocation or Tibiofemoral Joint Dislocation is an extremely serious injury, imposing a threat to limb presence and its functionality. The dislocation occurs when the bone of the …

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