Diabetic neuropathy is a relatively common complication of diabetes. Some 60 to 70 percent of all people with diabetes experience some form of neuropathy in their lifetime.
While the reason this happens isn’t fully understood, researchers think that blood glucose affects how nerves transmit signals in the body and also damages
Your appendix is a small, tube-like organ attached to the first part of your large intestine, and located in the lower right part of your abdomen. It has no known function and for many people it causes no problem throughout life. However, if it becomes inflamed from blockage, this can
Appendicitis symptoms—including nausea and vomiting—appear if the appendix, the small, tube-like pouch in the abdominal area, becomes inflamed from blockage. The resulting condition is serious enough to require immediate medical attention.
While appendicitis symptoms cause pain in your lower right abdomen, they can also begin around the navel and spread
Experts once believed that individuals are born with a fixed personality; however, recent findings suggest that over the years, our attitudes and temperament tend to change in response to circumstances. This gradual character transformation appears to follow consistent patterns. For example, research suggests that after we reach our 50s, 60s,