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Why MRI and X-Rays are Ineffective in Diagnosing 85% of Back Pain Cases

Why MRI and X-Rays are ineffective

Why MRI and X-Rays are ineffective in diagnosing 85% of back pain cases

When you start to experience back pain, you may take some Aspirin and hope it goes away shortly. But after a few days, the pain is still there, so you decide to see your doctor. After you finish explaining your symptoms, your doctor recommends one of these two actions: getting an x-ray or an MRI scan. Sound familiar?

It's Monsoon!! - Dos and Don'ts for staying Healthy

It's Monsoon!! - Dos and Don'ts for staying Healthy

Looks like the monsoon is finally here. It may be a beauty watching through a window while you’re sipping on your morning coffee from the comfort of your home or office. Are you ready to face the rain in all its glory? From traffic jams, to illnesses, from beautiful rainbows, to a respite from the tropical summers, it has its pros and cons. unfortunately, the cool, damp weather becomes favorable for the growth of the germs that cause Typhoid, Dengue, Diarrhea, Dysentery and Stomach flu. Elders as well as children are more often prone to such infectious diseases. Those people suffering from Heart diseases or Diabetes Mellitus or Lung infections and Rheumatism are more vulnerable to the infectious diseases.

Why do Mosquitoes Bite Me More Than Others?

Why do Mosquitoes Bite Me More Than Others?

Why me? Have you ever wondered why some people wake up with Mosquito bites while others are untouched? You have probably asked this question many times in your life, especially after a mosquito bite.

How can you protect yourself against Diabetes?

How can you protect yourself against Diabetes?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Diabetes is currently one of the biggest health concerns being faced by the world. The number of people with Diabetes has risen from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. In 2012, an estimated 1.5 million deaths were directly caused by Diabetes and another 2.2 million deaths were attributable to high blood glucose. More than 80% of the deaths due to Diabetes occur in low and middle-income countries. In India more than 62 million individuals are diagnosed with Diabetes.

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