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Going for a surgery needs big money. That is why the number of people going abroad for elective surgical procedures is increasing steadily since the last few years. Clin on this article to know how you can educate yourself before going for a surgery abroad. ...

Diabetes is a chronic disease caused by the body's impossibility to produce enough or efficient insulin, a hormone needed to transfer glucose from the food to the blood, where it is transformed into energy. Without insulin the tissues and muscles do not have the necessary energy to function properly. ...

You feel tired, you lose weight, you are thirsty all the time and drink lots of water, you crave for sweets, you experience nausea and vomiting? You might say it's just stress, you might say it's just that you need a break from this hectic life and you will be ok. Well…be carefull. These are clear signs of diabetes, a disease which spreads at alarmingly speed around the world. ...

Diabetes, known as the silent epidemic, affects millions of people around the world. An alarming 40% of the Middle Eastern population suffers from diabetes. PlacidWay, an international medical tourism resource and healthcare provider, supports global initiatives to educate and provide medical and alternative medicine solutions to diabetics around the globe. ...

As the number of diabetes cases is in a continuous increase, it is believed that the disease will be the global health crisis of the next generation. Medics believe that they can control the rampant epidemic by increasing people’s awareness to the prevalence of this disease, and by encouraging them to lead a healthy life and regularly test themselves for a rapid detection of diabetes. ...

Disease management will directly impact the future models of care. What shape and form will this take on? How can future healthcare cities & hospitals better position themselves to cater directly & to deal with emerging diseases? Will we see more of specialized hospitals? Which regions will be more prepared than others? How will innovative & disruptive technologies help in future healthcare delivery? ...

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that usually affects people over the age of 60. Today, with a more advanced medical technology, there is a variety of medications that provide dramatic relief from the symptoms....

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