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Esophageal cancer signs and symptoms

Esophageal cancer is a malignancy of the esophagus. The esophagus is an organ that consists of a muscular tube. Food passes through this tube from the pharynx to the stomach...

Is croup cough contagious?

Croup is an infection small children usually contracted by inhaling infected droplets which get sneezed or coughed out in the air by children who are already infected. Is Croup Contagious?The...

Emphysema causes and symptoms

Emphysema is a chronic respiratory condition affecting the lungs. The alveoli of the lungs get damaged which in the long run reduce the surface available for transfer of oxygen and...

Common causes of breathlessness

  Breathlessness The medical term for breathlessness is dysponea. When a person is not able to breathe properly and has the feeling of shortness of breath, than he or she...

Prognosis of the stage 3 esophageal cancer

When the cells of the esophagus become malignant, a person is considered to be suffering from esophageal cancer. There are many histological types of esophageal cancer but squamous cell carcinoma...

Measles vaccination in children and adults

There is almost not a person in the world who has never heard of measles. Measles is a pretty common health condition and it can affect every person but children...

Information on pneumonic plague and vaccine

Plague is a term for certain infectious types of diseases which affect both humans and animals. The main cause of any plague is the bacterium medicinally referred to as Yersinia...

Pneumonic plague and bubonic plague

Plague is an infectious bacterial disease that may sometimes cause lethal outcome. In the Middle Ages the infection was referred to as 'Black Death' and was blamed for death of...

Emphysema and COPD: Problem with collapsed lung

What is COPD?COPD stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, a group of respiratory conditions with two representatives, emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Both of these conditions can occur alone or accompany...