Checking for Bladder Cancer? Diagnosis Steps You Should Take

Posted on: 18 May 2015

The common signs for bladder cancer include painful urination, frequent urination and presence of blood in the urine. However, these signs are not concrete evidence of bladder cancer as they may be affiliated to sexually transmitted infections (STIs), urinary tract infections (UTIs), kidney infections, prostate cancer and other ailments. To ascertain whether or not you have bladder cancer, you'll have to go through various diagnosis steps. Read all about them below.
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Choosing the Perfect Size: 5 Questions for Women Considering Breast Augmentation

Posted on: 20 April 2015

If you are considering a breast augmentation, the key issue you need to consider is what size you want your "new" breasts to be. This decision is extremely personal, and the answer varies from woman to woman. However, if you work your way through the following questions, you may find it easier to come up with the ideal size for your needs: 1. Have your breasts ever been a size you loved?
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Are You Seeing Things That Aren't There? They Might Be Floaters

Posted on: 30 March 2015

Remember the House episode, 'Lines in the Sand' which showed a small boy who saw small lines in his vision? It turned out that he had roundworms floating in his eyes. Don't worry! If you're seeing lines or dots it is very unlikely that you've been infested with roundworm, and much more likely that you have a condition known as Floaters.   What are floaters? Your eye is made up of the retina, number of important cells which bounce light and help you see, and vitreous humour, a substance like jelly.
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Is Your Child's Ear Feeling Full? They Might Have Glue Ear

Posted on: 13 March 2015

If your child is finding it difficult to hear--perhaps you're struggling to get their attention or they need the television turned up higher--they may have glue ear. Glue ear is a common cause of hearing loss in children, particularly in boys. When a build-up of fluid or thick mucus gets trapped in the middle ear cavity, this blocks the ear drum and small bones, which cause sound to move properly.  
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