Monthly archives: August, 2016

Gestational Diabetes

Before we come to Gestational Diabetes, let’s take a look at diabetes, Diabetes also known as Diabetes Mellitus derived from the Greek word diabaineine, is a chronic and complex disease, caused by having too much glucose (sugar) in the blood. What is Gestational Diabetes? Gestational diabetes is a passing condition that occurs during pregnancy. Gestational …

Clinical Depression: Nip It In The Bud with Medical Help

Clinical depression is defined by experts in the field of psychiatry as a psychological disorder characterized by extended periods of sadness and melancholy and, quite often, unpredictable behavioral quirks. A person who’s going around with a long face and being cheesed off with the world in general may not necessarily be suffering from clinical depression, …

Insulin Pump Will Not Solve All Problems

Some insulin-dependent diabetics and their doctors are turning to insulin pump therapy as a means to improve diabetes control. But as with all people with diabetes self-care is another tool an insulin pump is as effective as its use. The concept of a pump to deliver insulin slowly under the skin through a small self-inserted …

Phantom Limb Syndrome

I would like to begin by explaining in simple terms what the Phantom Limb Syndrome (PLS) methods and then correlated with the commitments of storytelling and constraints on civil society in Kashmir. PLS is a family disease that affects a hand or foot amputee for medical reasons. Patient complained of excruciating pain in the arm …