All Blood Health Topics

Nov 21, 2014

Low Platelet Count in Children

Thrombocytopenia is a condition that can be controlled in children as long as they are well taken care of and the environment they live in should be suited to their needs. For more information on low platelet count in children, read on our website-MDhealth.com or talk to medical experts. more »

Oct 29, 2014

How to Check Blood Pressure at Home

Learning how to check blood pressure at home can be a great way to monitor your health. Here’s what you need to know about using different cuffs and monitors to get an accurate blood pressure reading. more »

Oct 29, 2014

Causes of High Blood Pressure in Young Men

Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is a silent killer and can only be managed and not cured completely. High blood pressure in young men can indicate a health problem, read the article to learn more. more »

Oct 29, 2014

Uric Acid in Blood

High uric acid in blood also called hyperuricemia can increase the risk of gout and renal failure. By proactively practicing the various methods of lowering uric acid, the condition can be managed effectively to avoid any sever health complications.  more »

Oct 20, 2014

Blood Circulation

Low or poor blood circulation can develop a variety of health problems, many of which can be fatal over time. The key to avoiding poor blood circulation is to find an optimal mix of exercise and diet to maintain your overall cardiovascular health. more »

Oct 10, 2014

O-Negative Blood Group

O-negative blood group is relatively rare compared to other blood groups. A person with O-negative blood group is a universal donor as O-negative blood can be transfused to any blood group. O-negative blood group has also been associated with certain personality traits. more »

Oct 10, 2014

O Positive Blood Type Diet

An O positive blood type diet is based on providing foods that are ideal for a sluggish metabolic rate. Foods that would have been common in an ancient diet are often found to be the most beneficial to those who have type O positive blood. more »

Sep 25, 2014

High Iron Levels

High iron levels can cause a variety of problems and complications if left unchecked. In case of serious complications of high iron levels, routine blood tests should be done, and a doctor should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment options. more »

Jul 13, 2014

Low Lymphocyte Count

Low lymphocyte count means that a lymphocyte count is less than 1000 cells per microliter of blood. This article explores the causes and treatment strategies for low lymphocyte count, which is also known as lymphocytopenia or lymphopenia. more »

Jul 10, 2014

Low Hemoglobin Count

A low hemoglobin count may be a sign of a disease or condition which needs medical attention, because it could lead to inadequate oxygenation of the vital organs. See a doctor if you have symptoms of anemia, such as paleness and rapid heartbeats. more »


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