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Treatments of Endometrial cancer: Surgical Removal or Hysterectomy?

Treatments of Endometrial cancer

Endometrial cancer is the most common form of gynecologic cancer, which, formed in the female reproductive system). It develops in the uterus and is diagnosed mostly in older age. Endometrial cancer is sometimes called uterine cancer, but there are other cells of the uterus can become cancerous – such as muscle or myometrial cells.

Aside from being one of the most usual types of cancer, endometrial cancer is also one of the easiest to identify due to its visible symptom of unusual vaginal bleeding. (more…)

Eco house terminology

eco house

Sometimes original verbiage used by some house sellers and real estate agents. It’s usually false green marketing geared toward making consumers believe a house is ecologic when it is not. In the environmental area this style is called greenwashing.

How we can avoid greenwashing and understand is the house truly green? First, we may look at the words used to specify the house (more…)

Sleep and danger of pancreas cancer

sleeping disorders and pancreas cancer

Lives organism without enough sleep leads to raises the danger of pancreas cancer, especially for women. The relationship among sleep and pancreas cancer seems to be the hormone leptin.

Leptin is an appetite-regulating hormone. Made in the fat cells themselves, this hormone sends a report to the brain from your belly fat essentially saying, “OK, we’ve had enough. You can halt making the sleep of the human organism hungry now.” (more…)

Genetic connection to sleep duration

sleeping disorders

Scientists of the Wisconsin-Madison University have identified a gene that appears to directly affect the daily sleep duration. These experimental studies could be crucial in understanding the processes of sleeping disorders. So far, this effect is found only in the lab investigation of mutant fruit flies, but the counterpart of this gene is also present in human chromosomes.

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Viruses and polymyalgia rheumatica

Polymyalgia rheumatica and viruses

Polymyalgia rheumatica and giant cell artiritis are closely associated disorders of unknown cause. There is some assumption about the connection viruses infection and polymyalgia rheumatica, including the adenovirus, which causes respiratory infections; the human parvovirus B19, an infection that affects children; and the human parainfluenza virus. There is no laboratory investigations on this, but treatment then could be immune gamma globulin injections. Some polymyalgia rheumatica treatment get by long-term antibiotics, such as doxycycline, in combining to the prednisone. (more…)