All Blood Health Topics

Aug 30, 2017

Water Retention in the Legs: Causes & Treatments

You don't have to live with water retention or edema in legs because most cases of fluid retention can be alleviated with simple lifestyle changes. Learn how! more »

Aug 28, 2017

What Makes Your Lymph Nodes behind the Ear Swollen?

Enlarged lymph nodes behind the ears are a sign of an infection. If the swell lasts for long, it can be a sign of you suffering from something serious! more »

Aug 25, 2017

High Uric Acid Level: Causes & Managements

High uric acid in your blood also called hyperuricemia can increase the risk of gout and renal failure. Know the causes to effectively manage it better.  more »

Aug 22, 2017

What Does a Stroke Feel Like?

Stroke is an alarming medical emergency that must be dealt with extreme caution. If you are wondering what a stroke feels like, here are the key features. more »

Aug 22, 2017

Symptoms of Iron Deficiency and the Causes and Treatments

People often neglect symptoms iron deficiency. Check out here the signs and see if your body has enough iron or not. Various remedies can cure it. more »

Aug 21, 2017

Causes, Symptoms & Treatments of Leukopenia

Leukopenia is a shortage of white blood cells in the system, which can be caused by anemia, menorrhagia, etc. Know your cause and get it treated early. more »

Aug 21, 2017

Leukocytes in Urine: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Leukocytes in urine are not dangerous, but it's a sign that you are suffering from an infection or damage. Get medication to clear the offending infection. more »

Aug 18, 2017

Diet Tips for People with O Positive Blood

Diet for people with O positive blood is based on providing foods that are ideal for a sluggish metabolic rate. Foods common in an ancient diet are ideal. more »

Aug 17, 2017

Things You Should Know About O Negative Blood Type

O-negative blood type is relatively rare. A person with O-negative blood is a universal donor but can only receive blood from the same group. more »

Aug 16, 2017

Why You Have Low RBC Count and How to Deal With It

Low RBC or red blood cell count can be acute or chronic. And mild ones can be treated with proper lifestyle changes, but if it's severe, you have to...... more »

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