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Migraine What is a migraine? Migraine affects one side of the brain and causing throbbing or pulsing pain. Headache occurs along with patient also experience increased sensitivity to light, noise, and smells, and also have nausea and vomiting.  And it happens anywhere between an hour to a few days with the symptoms easing after rest in a dark or in a quiet room. Migraine is the type of a common headache. Almost 15% of people around the world are affected by bt migraines. It is more common in women than men and mostly starts early in adulthood but cal also occurs at any age, in childhood also. Types of migraine There are several types of migraine and every type have different symptoms. Migraine without aura migraine with aura Chronic Migraine Silent migraine Menstrual Migraine Hemiplegic Migraine Vestibular Migraine Abdominal Migraine Symptoms Symptoms occur in different stages although in some cases patients never experience all the stages. Stages of migraine Prodrome  Aura Headache Re

Breast cancer

Breast cancer Breast cancer affects one woman in the eight women in their life. Breast cancer kills more women in the united states mostly than any other type of cancer. It's the rate of death is less than the rate of mortality with lung cancer. Breast cancer can occur at any part of breasts more chance of cancer development in the ducts and lobules. There are many times of breast cancers. Ductal breast cancer starts in the cells that line the milk ducts. Lobules breast cancer starts in the cells that line to the lobules. Like cancer on other organs of bodies spreads to other organs, breast cancer also spreads to other parts of the body or also to other organs of the body. It is either be called invasive or invasive cancer. Non-Invasive blood cancer is breast cancer that usually does not spread. your doctor is called this ductal carcinoma in situ or DCIS for short and it stays in the ducts and lobules of the breast. Sometimes when a biopsy shows DCIS other types of breast cancer fo

Metastasis cancer

Metastasis Every second man and every third woman diagnosed with cancer. Cancer cells are the cells that lost the ability to follow the normal control that body exerts on all cells of the body. We have billions of cells with different functionality. It's a complicated process under incredibly phenomenal control if something goes wrong and that control is lost that particular cells escape the normal control mechanisms. That start continues to grow and spreads. We call it cancer cells. Many such types of cells are called a tumour. It's a malignant tumour because it not only invades into adjacent organs but unfortunately, it also starts to spread into other tissues which cause death. These cells are everywhere so cancer can occur anywhere in the body. In women, most common cancer is breast cancer and in males prostrate cancer. Lung and colon cancer are common cancer in both male and female. We should have to understand it that cancer occurs in every individual is different from an


Leukemia Acute leukemia, Leuk means white blood cells and anemia refers to the blood. Leukemia is a cancer of white blood cells. white blood cells help your body fight against body infections. blood cells form in your bone marrow. In leukemia bone marrow produce abnormal white blood cells that crowd out the healthy blood cells making it hard for blood to do its work. Acute leukemia develops too quickly because cancer cells multiplying very fast. So in acute leukemia, there is an uncontrolled proliferation of partially developed white blood cells is called Blasts cells, that build up in our blood for a short period of time.  Leukemia also means cancer white blood cells, it can also be used as a reference to cancer of any blood cells like red blood cells and platelets.  Acute leukemia can be broadly classified into acute myeloid leukemia and acute lymphoblastic leukemia. mostly common in old age, but ALL  most common in children. In both cases(AML ALL) blasts cells interferes with th