Diseases & Conditions

How To Heal Heel Pain

The incidence of heel pain is uncertain. However, it has been estimated that 7 percent of people over the age of 65 experience heel pain. Although not a serious disease, the pain can be intense and disabling. Let us help you get back on your feet without the heel pain.
Gout is a painful form of arthritis, caused by too much uric acid. It is sometimes called a lifestyle disease because it is caused by diets high in uric acid when they build up in the body. Luckily, there's a strict diet to control uric acid and improve heart health. Read on
Migraine sufferers, known as migraineurs, tend to have some form environmental trigger. Finding out your personal triggers is critical to managing this painful condition. If you can avoid what causes a migraine, then you’re one step closer to a pain-controlled life.
We all experience stomach cramps or abdominal pain from time to time. Most of the time, it's not caused by a serious medical problem. However, stomach pain can be an indication of something more serious. Read on to know more about diagnosis and treatment.
It’s OK to say it: Alzheimer’s is scary, and no one wants to consider the possibility of developing it. But like everything else that’s difficult in life, education is key. Jog your memory with surprising facts about Alzheimer's disease you ought to know.
Polio, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and common cold are some of the diseases that cannot be cured. We take a look at the what and the why of incurable diseases.
Take time to read nutrition labels and to be sure to get everything on your list for your diabetic meal plans.
White blood cells (WBC), also referred to as leukocytes, are cells within the body’s immune system that protect it against foreign bodies and infections.
Is there someone in your family who has been diagnosed with diabetes? Is diabetes hereditary? Is diabetes a trait that can pass from one generation to the next? Maybe sweetness runs in the family, check your sugar level to manage diabetes.
Hypertriglyceridemia is a common disorder in the United States. It is characterized by high levels of triglycerides, the most abundant form of the fatty molecule. Control high levels of triglycerides before it can damage your heart.