Month: August 2015

Broken collarbone

The clavicle or the collarbone is the bone found in both sides of the chest. These bones and the ligaments function in connecting the sternum or breastbone to both shoulders. A broken collarbone is a common injury among children and adults. It can be caused by injuries from sports, fall on a shoulder and vehicular …

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Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids which are also known as piles are swelling veins that are found in the anus and rectum that bleeds, burns and cause itchiness. There are internal and external hemorrhoids, but normally it is the external type that causes the symptoms. Hemorrhoids are caused by pressure on the veins that is due to excessive sitting, …

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