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Diabetes is a condition that occurs as a result of high blood glucose/blood sugar. The underlying cause for this is a build-up of glucose in the blood that doesn’t reach body cells due to a dearth or underutilization of insulin. There are three common types of diabetes: Type 1 Diabetes occurs when the immune system…more

Kidneys are one of the most vital organs of our body, responsible for waste management. Their function helps maintain the blood pressure and chemical balance that the body requires to function without any issues. Any dysfunctionality in the kidneys may lead to a number of health problems, some of which may even result in organ…more

Kidneys perform the most important job of cleansing your blood from excess fluids and waste products. About 120-150 quarts of blood is filtered by healthy kidneys on an everyday basis. By performing this function, kidneys help prevent waste buildup while also keeping electrolytes at a stable level within the body. As kidney function declines, protein…more

While our primary education took a crack at inculcating basic first aid run-throughs in us, we still resort to panic when an emergency situation strikes.  Consequently, first aid care still seems like a far cry which shouldn’t ideally be the case. It’s no lie that one needs to be particularly active during the time of…more

Kidney diseases create a major impact on the body’s ability to filter out waste from your blood and maintain the blood pressure of your body. The damage to the kidneys results in waste products and fluids being built up in your body which often lead to nausea, shortness of breath and poor sleep. If it…more

One of the most integral internal organs the human body is blessed with, kidneys perform numerous essential functions to strengthen your bodily mechanisms. From regulating water in your body to eradicating waste products and toxins, the pertinence of kidneys can’t be ignored. Kidney diseases become a perilous reality the moment you start flouting your kidneys…more

Kidney stones are hardened deposits of minerals and/or salts that form inside the kidneys. They can be classified into – calcium oxalate stones, calcium phosphate stones, uric acid stones, struvite stones, and cystine stones. Most kidney stones pass through the urinary tract and are eliminated along with the urine but the passage itself is a…more

Kidney stones are hard deposits of minerals and salts formed inside the kidneys. They can cause severe pain and uneasiness to the patient. Though they don’t cause permanent damage, they can affect any part of the urinary tract from the kidneys to the bladder. Kidney stones can be formed due to many reasons which might…more