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The signs to watch out for are a new cough that persists for three weeks or more, a changed cough, coughing up blood or a chest infection that won't go away. Anyone who is concerned should see a doctor, says Cancer Australia CEO Professor Helen
A Rapid City teenager who overcame a rare and deadly disease says the ordeal has taught her to be more appreciative of friends, family, good health and the simple things in life. Sixteen-year-old Madison Bies was diagnosed in July with Lemierre's
Chinese barber Ho Zhiliang 24 has congenital cardiac exposure syndrome.This means his heart is not in his chest cavity but in his abdomen. The bulge just under the skin in his abdomen is the heart which can be seen beating.
28 November 2013 0 View comments A 24-year-old man is waiting to have surgery after living his entire life with his heart beating just below the skin of his abdomen...After Mr Zhiliang was born, his parents were warned he would not live long as his
Video Video Video Clients ranging from newbie exercisers to athletes regularly tell me that their physiotherapist wants me to help them relearn how to breathe...Ideal breathing is often referred to as three-dimensional diaphragmatic breathing, where
I unfortunately became a patient when I was 52-years-old, she told us, and I was diagnosed with breast cancer, a disease I had always feared I would get. Dr. Meyers was found to have multifocal disease and underwent a right mastectomy and lymph node
The signs of a heart attack in women might be different from those in men, but this may not be the case when it comes to chest pain, new research reveals. A European study found that the symptoms of chest pain experienced by women and men during the
You've seen enough heart attacks in the movies that you're pretty sure you know what one looks like, right? The person gasps for air, feels a sudden sharp pain in the chest, falls to the floor .....The Hollywood-style heart attack is misleading,
00 pm Stuart Bradford Women are more likely than men to die after a heart attack , and some researchers have suggested a reason: Doctors may be misdiagnosing women more often because their symptoms differ from those experienced by men.
Stuart Bradford Women are more likely than men to die after a heart attack , and some researchers have suggested a reason: Doctors may be misdiagnosing women more often because their symptoms differ from those experienced by men. But a study