The inflammation of the rectum is known as proctitis. A muscular tube that is connected to the colon is called the rectum. Through this tube passes stool out of the body. The most common symptoms of proctitis are rectal pain, bleeding, and discharge. A persistent need to have a bowel movement also can occur. While […]

Reactive Arthritis

A health condition in which someone experiences joint pain and swelling caused by an infection in other body parts (commonly in the intestines, genitals, or urinary tract) is known as reactive arthritis. Mostly, it negatively affects ankles, feet, and knees. However, inflammation of the skin, eyes, and urethra (the tube that helps urine go outside […]

Rheumatoid Arthritis

This is an inflammatory condition that affects not only the joints and some people may experience damage in different body parts including skin, eyes, lungs, heart, and blood vessels. This is an autoimmune disease known as rheumatoid arthritis and happens when the immune system attacks its own body cells. The difference between osteoarthritis and this […]

Adrenal Glands

Endocrine glands (adrenal glands) are situated on the top of each kidney. Cortisol, aldosterone, and adrenaline are hormones produced by adrenal glands. These hormones help to regulate different bodily functions such as blood pressure, response to stress, metabolism, and others. What are Adrenal Glands? These glands are triangle-shaped small glands on the top of kidneys […]


The brain conditions that interact with how it understands or processes the information from the senses are called agnosias. These diseases usually occur when vision or hearing works properly but your brain cannot process the information. In such cases, it leads to a disruption of the ability to understand or navigate. What is Agnosia? A […]


A disease in which abnormal proteins build up in the tissues and organs is called amyloidosis. These buildups usually affect the organ’s shape and function. This is a serious disease that can lead to life-threatening organ failure. Symptoms The symptoms often differ among people because it depends on where proteins build up. Moreover, the symptoms […]


A health condition in which a person has increased creatinine, nitrogen, and other waste products in the blood is called azotemia. While some people with this disease do not experience any symptoms, others may notice chest pain, swelling in the lower extremities, urinary problems, and tiredness. The treatment usually is different among people because it […]

Back Pain

Back pain is not a disease diagnosis but a symptom of many health conditions. Additionally, lower back pain is also known as lumbago. The problems with the lower back cause pain. Examples include: Intervertebral discs Ligaments Muscles Discs Nerves The bony structures that the spine consists of (vertebral bodies or vertebrae) Back pain can also […]


The brain is a vital organ that controls different bodily functions. This organ gets all sensory information (including sounds, smells, tastes, and sights). The brain consists of different parts that help you function. What is the Brain? Everything that makes you unique (such as emotions, aspirations, sensations, and others) comes from this vital organ. Furthermore, […]

Cephalic Disorders

These disorders usually occur due to the development problems of the fetus’ central nervous system (CNS). The nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord. Both parts are essential in how the body works. Cephalic disorders are different from mild to severe and in some circumstances they are deadly. Unfortunately, not all cephalic disorders […]

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