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The bladder is a hollow muscular sac that stores and collects urine from the kidneys before disposal from our body. In humans, the bladder sits on the pelvic floor and can hold between 300 and 500 ml urine before the urge to empty occurs. Cancer in the bladder occurs when the normal cells undergo a…more

According to recent statistics, breast cancer accounts for about 14 percent of all cancers affecting women in India, making it the most common type of cancer that Indian women suffer from. Early detection greatly improves chances of successful treatment and this highlights the importance of breast cancer awareness. During self-examination, however, it is rather difficult…more

Breast cancer is one of the most common cancer types in the world. The prevalence of breast cancer is estimated to get tripled by the year 2030, studies suggest. This means if preventative measures are not carried out at the earliest, the world may witness the breast cancer epidemic very soon. To combat this life-threatening…more

One of the leading medical issues faced by our generation in today’s time is obesity. Defined as a complex disease in which there is excess accumulation of body fat, obesity is more than just a cosmetic concern. Not only is it a major concern in itself, obesity is also the root cause of many critical…more

One of the most vital internal organs of the human body, liver acts as a toxin filter and facilitates the digestion of food besides carrying out more than 500 vital functions. It is an integral part of the digestive system and helps expedite the synthesis of proteins. Shape, Size and Position of Liver Your liver…more

According to recent studies, lung cancer is the most common cancer in the world. It is the second most common cancer among men and the leading cause of cancer related deaths (among the men) in our country. While smoking is one of the major risk factors for development of lung cancer, non-smokers and passive smokers…more

To elucidate the general public about the potential threats associated with tobacco use and dissuade them from using the same, ‘’World No Tobacco Day’’ is observed on the 31st of May every year. The purpose is to prevent the development of consequent health hazards from spreading among individuals and the society at large. The leading…more

Oral cancer is a type of cancer which falls in the category of head and neck cancer (HNC). It comprises diverse tumor types arising from different anatomic structures such as oropharynx, oral cavity, hypopharynx, larynx, and nasopharynx.  Approximately 90% of all these tumors are represented by squamous cell carcinomas (SCC) with over 50% of them arising…more