Celiac disease (CD) is a lifelong autoimmune disease which affects 1 in 100 people, it is triggered by a reaction to glutenin and gliadin, two gluten proteins mainly found in food that contain wheat, barley and rye. Common symptoms include bloating, diarrhea and flatulence… Read More »


Brucellosis (Malta fever) is a highly contagious zoonotic bacterial disease caused mainly by infection with one of six species of Brucella. When an infection is present, signs and symptoms usually include high fever, chills, profuse sweating, hepatosplenomegaly, and lymphadenopathy…. Read More »


How to Relieve Sciatica when Pregnant Understanding sciatica Treatment and Management Pregnant women with Sciatica commonly recover within a period of one to three months following the initial onset of the symptoms. Yet, the vast majority of pregnant females recover within a period of two months, however, for some women the symptoms can persist longer……. Read More »


Nephrosclerosis (hypertensive nephrosclerosis, hypertensive nephropathy, or hypertensive kidney disease) is a progressive renal disease caused by chronic intrarenal hypertension, prolonged standing, or diabetes, and is commonly associated with arteriosclerosis…. Read More »


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