Have You Heard About These Common Types of Birth Defects and Their Causes?

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A defect that occurs when a baby is developing in utero is commonly termed a birth defect. They might vary in severity and be detected in different organs, but some of them are harmless too. These defects are formed when the mother is just three months pregnant and the organs are still in the developing stage. 

Also, known as congenital disorders or congenital malformations, surprisingly these defects are believed to affect about 100,000 babies every year. When these defects are diagnosed, it is a piece of devastating news for the parents, but if given the right treatment and care, the baby can have a healthy future ahead. Here’s a compilation of a few common birth defects causes and common types.

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THINGS YOUR PULMONOLOGIST WANTS YOU TO KNOW!

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Our respiratory system is a collection of three different parts- the airways, the lungs, and the respiratory muscles. All these collectively help the human body to breathe, which will eventually be responsible for the supply of oxygen to other parts like the brain, limbs, heart, etc.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

5 Oct 2019 Blog, Uncategorized
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Every year, cancer affects and kills millions of people worldwide. Cancer comes in many forms and can happen to anyone. Today breast cancer is the most common cancer in women and overall the second most common cancer in the world (World Cancer Research Fund, 2019).

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World First Aid Day

13 Sep 2019 Blog, Uncategorized
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The most precious thing we can give one another is “care”. It is a value that is universal and this World First Aid Day we are proud to call ourselves caregivers to hundreds and thousands of people seeking care and helping them heal.

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Ways to Prevent Malaria Inside and Outside the House

15 Nov 2018 Blog, Uncategorized
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One of the most wide-spread and deadly mosquito borne diseases in the world, malaria continues to claim hundreds of thousands of victims every year. This insidious disease is presented with flu-like symptoms that commences with chills and high fever. This can later morph into presenting symptoms including, vomiting, nausea, headaches, coughing, and fatigue among others.

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