All Respiratory System Topics

Why Do You Wheeze When You Lie Down? Nov 13, 2017

If you wheeze when you lie down, it can indicate medical conditions such as COPD, heart disease, nocturnal asthma, etc. See a doctor soon for early diagnosis. View Full Article...

Hiccups After Surgery: Why and What to Do? Nov 11, 2017

Hiccups after a surgery is caused by anesthetic drugs which irritate the vagus nerve. Other causes include sudden emotional changes, eating fast, and some medical conditions. View Full Article...

Paradoxical Breathing: Definition, Causes and Treatments Nov 11, 2017

Paradoxical breathing changes your breathing patterns, which means your chest moves inward during inhalation. Here're 5 possible causes and simple ways to handle it. View Full Article...

What Does a Positive TB Test Look Like? Nov 11, 2017

How to tell if your TB test is positive? Which range does your reaction fall into? Under 5mm, 5-10mm or higher than 10mm? Find the answers to ease your worries. View Full Article...

List of the Best Researching Topics for Psychology Nov 10, 2017

Students of psychology have to write a final research paper. Here’s a list of research topics in different categories and tips to decide on one. View Full Article...

Procedure of Lung Biopsy and the Recovery and Results Jul 27, 2017

Lung biopsy is a procedure done to remove tissue samples from the lungs to be examined under a microscope. Learn the process and recovery afterwards. View Full Article...

Why Do You Cough Up Green Mucus? Jul 06, 2017

Cough with green mucus may indicate infections in respiratory tract like sinusitis or rhinitis. Remedies like Neti Pot may help, but see a doctor for sure. View Full Article...

What Triggers Hiccups? Are They Serious? Jul 02, 2017

What triggers hiccups? The causes may be something mild like food, or serious conditions such as stroke. A long-lasting hiccup is usually worrisome. View Full Article...

Is It Normal to Get Early Period When You're on the Pill? Jun 20, 2017

Having an early period when you're on the pill is nothing to get worried about. It is normal but if the bleeding continues then it is best to consult the doctor. View Full Article...

Walking Pneumonia: Symptom, Diagnosis and Treatment May 25, 2017

Walking pneumonia symptoms include runny nose, persistent cough, fever, etc. Though the condition is mild, it still needs early diagnosis and treatment. View Full Article...

 
 
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