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  • Health - 7 Sep 2020
    As one of the most common cancers around the world, prostate cancer is a genetically heterogeneous disease.
  • Health - 5 Jun 2019
    Adenoma is a type of non-cancerous tumor or benign that may affect various organs. It is derived from the word “adeno” meaning 'pertaining to a gland'.
  • Health - 5 Jun 2019
    In many cases, Gynecomastia does not require urgent treatment. In pubertal boys the condition resolves by itself.
  • Health - 27 Feb 2019
    Testosterone is metabolized and converted into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which stimulates the growth of prostate cells, leading to normal prostate grwoth in adolescent males but contributing to...
  • Health - 27 Feb 2019
    The prevalence of excess body weight and obesity is rapidly increasing worldwide. Apart from several conditions like diabetes, heart disease, liver and gall bladder disorders, cancers have also been...
  • Health - 26 Feb 2019
    Internal malignancies such as cancers can develop external signs on the skin called cutaneous markers or manifestations. These signs may show prior to, during, or after a cancer has been detected.
  • Health - 26 Feb 2019
    Since there are numerous types of cancer affecting several organs, treatment also differs. Some of the treatment modalities like surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy with anticancer drugs are...
  • Health - 14 Jan 2019
    The presence of hormones in milk and dairy foods has been discussed for decades. In recent years, consumers have become increasingly proactive in investigating the relationship between diet and...
  • Health - 12 Dec 2018
    Carcinomas are cancers or malignancies that begin in the epithelial cells. There are several types of carcinomas with different levels of severity.
  • Health - 19 Apr 2019
    Estrogens are present in significant amounts in both men and women. They are present in significantly higher amounts in women after menarche (onset of menstrual periods at puberty) until menopause...