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how are urologists and nephrologists different from one another

How are Urologists and Nephrologists Different from One Another?

The human body constitutes of a number of internal organs that correlate to each other in terms of functioning and help you to lead a normal and healthy life. The organs like the kidneys, adrenal gland and the urinary tract function in close relation to each other and make the human excretory system work effectively. […]

bradypnea

Bradypnea – Overview and Treatment

Bradypnea, simply means slow breathing, and the cause can be a wide range of medical conditions like brain disorders, thyroid disorders, and heart problems. Usually, a healthy individual aged between 12 and 50, breathes around 12 to 20 times in one minute. When the breathing rate drops alarmingly, the condition is known as Bradypnea; scientifically […]

oral motor therapy

Oral Motor Therapy for Children

Oral motor therapy works on the oral skills like awareness, strength, coordination, movement and stamina of the lips, cheeks, tongue, and jaw, which are necessary for proper speech and oral capacity development. It is vital to have sturdy, strong and mobile articulators for strong oral communication. Oral Motor Exercises are non-speech activities that involve sensory stimulation to improve […]

know about the neck lift non surgical ways

Neck Lift: Know about the Non Surgical Ways

There are many cosmetic options available to improve the appearance and the shape of your neck without any painful incision or surgery. Some neck issues that can hamper your look are excess or sagging skin; accumulation of neck fat or too lean neck as compared to the body shape. These issues occur due to the […]

alice in wonderland syndrome

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Alice in Wonderland, is also known as Todd’s syndrome and Lilliputian hallucinations. This is a disoriented neurological condition affecting human perception. Different kinds of sensory modalities are associated with this syndrome – namely, macropsia, micropsia, teleopsia, pelopsia, or size distortion. Some triggers that lead to this syndrome are brain tumors, migraines, and excessive usage of […]