Medication and minimally invasive outpatient procedures, such as rubber band ligation and sclerotherapy, can usually take care of persistent haemorrhoids.
How should mitral valve abnormalities be treated?
In severe cases of mitral valve abnormalities, mitral valve surgery might be necessary to repair, or even replace the valve.
Should I seek medical treatment if I stub or jam my finger?
If you’ve stubbed or jammed your finger and are wondering if you should see a doctor, here’s what to look out for to prevent more serious problems in future.
Top 2 common aging eye problems
As one ages, it is common to have either of these two eye problems such as uncorrected refractive errors (includes hyperopia and presbyopia) and cataracts.
Innovations to Treat Advanced Prostate Cancer
Advanced prostate cancer is usually detected late. Treatment options include higher-risk surgery, radiotherapy, hormone therapy or chemotherapy.
Top 4 causes of joint pains in children
When children complain of pains and aches in their joints, there can be a number of causes behind the pain. It helps to quickly identify these causes.
Innovations in Continuous Glucose Monitoring for diabetics
Continuous Glucose Monitoring Device. For a long time to diabetics, fingerprick tests were a regular affair when it came to monitoring their blood sugar levels. However, a recent generation of devices called Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) have risen to give accurate blood sugar readings in almost real time. Follow us on Telegram for the latest […]
Innovations in Bluetooth hearing aids
Today, Bluetooth technology is fast becoming the industry standard in hearing aids. We take a look at a few prominent models available today.
Innovations in artificial kidneys for kidney failure
For kidney patients, artificial kidneys (especially wearable or implantable ones) will be a godsend while waiting for human kidney transplants in the future.
Keyhole surgery for hand numbness
Studies show that keyhole surgery has the same results as open methods and are achieved with less pain, faster recovery and less risk of complications.