Kidneys are some of the hardest-working organs in the body. As a multitasker, they do a fantastic job in keeping us alive. But, when we stop caring about this vital organ, we’re risking a slew of health issues, including kidney stones. This is why it is imperative to say that if we take care of our kidneys, we also care for our overall health. Here are 10 do’s and don’ts for keeping healthy kidneys
Chances are you will probably never think about your thyroid health until you suffer from a disorder that can wreak havoc to almost everything – from your skin to your mood and even your sleep. Thyroid health rarely gets the limelight yet a thyroid disorder can also lead to fatal consequences. Read our article on why thyroid health shouldn’t be overlooked.
Asthma and bronchiectasis are overlapping respiratory diseases, and they frequently coexist. While asthma mainly narrows the airways making it difficult to breathe from time to time, bronchiectasis occurs when the walls of the airways thicken due to a lung infection. Seeking a proper diagnosis is essential because it is only through a diagnosis that can differentiate asthma and bronchiectasis
Immune boosting has become a major health trend in recent time. On the whole, our immune system does a remarkable job of defending the body against germs and infection. From time to time, germs can storm into this mechanism and leave us sick. However, it is possible to intervene in this mechanism and giving it
Dr Eugenia Haller is an experienced General Practitioner with more than 14 years of experience in General Practice. Dr Haller had extensive experience working in the Emergency Department at Redland Hospital and Mater Children’s Hospital before gaining her general practice training in Warwick and Maleny. Dr Haller extended her medical skills with further training in
Do you experience stomach ache, ingestion or any other unpleasant symptoms after consuming gluten-rich food? Both coeliac disease and gluten intolerance can cause similar symptoms, but they have distinct ways of reacting to gluten. While someone with coeliac disease will induce an autoimmune response against gluten, gluten intolerance is more of a digestive disorder that