Broncho-pneumonia is a respiratory disorder that affects the lungs, making you difficult to breathe. Each year millions of people are affected with pneumonia in the United States that is caused by bacteria and fungus. The disease does not spare rich or poor, children or adult and it can easily infect the person who has low immunity.


Bloating or gas problem is a common problem for millions of people around the world. It can occur due to various reasons such as constipation, swallowing of air, nervous problem, obesity and irregular bowel movement. After eating a meal, some people would burp out gas with sound. When food particles are broken down in the intestine, gas is released and bloating is an indication that your abdomen is full.


The appendix is an organ found close to the lower abdomen and is part of the large intestines. The appendix has a cylindrical shape. Appendicitis is a condition where the appendix gets inflamed or swollen. This swelling comes as a result of obstruction of the inner part of the appendix known as the lumen.


Amnesia is a condition which affects the memory of a person. This condition can occur in two forms that is Anterograde amnesia and retrograde amnesia. Anterograde amnesia is a condition where an individual may lose long term memory. Retrograde amnesia is the loss of a patient’s short term memory. The condition can affect people regardless of age and gender. However, the people at high risk of amnesia are senior citizens.


Alzheimer disease, commonly known as AD, is a mental degenerative disease and is a form of dementia. The disease affects an individual’s mental ability and functions such as logic, verbal communication and recognition. During the initial stages of the disease, a sufferer forgets his daily activities. He can also forget some places he used to know, people and his belongings.


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