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  • PITYRIASIS ROSEA - MYA CARE

    What is Pityriasis Rosea?

    Pityriasis rosea (PR) is a common self-limiting skin rash that usually lasts for about 5-10 weeks. It affects the chest, abdomen, and back. It has the tendency to go away on its own, and is non-contagious. However, the rash can affect large parts of the body, which is commonly a cause for concern for patients.
    What is the cause of pityriasis rosea?

    The exact etiology of Pityriasis rosea is unknown, however, it is thought to be related to herpesvirus (HHV) 6 and/or 7. Many drugs are also associated with PR, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, hydrochlorothiazide, metronidazole, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, and many others. It is also hypothesized that PR can be triggered by vaccines such as the Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine, H1N1, smallpox, pneumococcus, and COVID-19 vaccines. However, generally speaking, the etiology of PR is still poorly understood.
    Who can get pityriasis rosea?

    Pityriasis rosea occurs in all races and age groups and has a worldwide distribution. It has an incidence of 0.64 per 100 dermatologic patients. It is most common in teenagers and young adults (ages 10 to 35 years), and occurs slightly more often in women compared to men.
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    PITYRIASIS ROSEA - MYA CARE What is Pityriasis Rosea? Pityriasis rosea (PR) is a common self-limiting skin rash that usually lasts for about 5-10 weeks. It affects the chest, abdomen, and back. It has the tendency to go away on its own, and is non-contagious. However, the rash can affect large parts of the body, which is commonly a cause for concern for patients. What is the cause of pityriasis rosea? The exact etiology of Pityriasis rosea is unknown, however, it is thought to be related to herpesvirus (HHV) 6 and/or 7. Many drugs are also associated with PR, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, hydrochlorothiazide, metronidazole, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, and many others. It is also hypothesized that PR can be triggered by vaccines such as the Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine, H1N1, smallpox, pneumococcus, and COVID-19 vaccines. However, generally speaking, the etiology of PR is still poorly understood. Who can get pityriasis rosea? Pityriasis rosea occurs in all races and age groups and has a worldwide distribution. It has an incidence of 0.64 per 100 dermatologic patients. It is most common in teenagers and young adults (ages 10 to 35 years), and occurs slightly more often in women compared to men. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/pityriasis-rosea
    Pityriasis Rosea | Mya Care
    Pityriasis rosea (PR) is a common self-limiting skin rash that usually lasts for about 5-10 weeks. It affects the chest, abdomen, and back. Click to learn more
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  • FIBROMYALGIA AND THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF CHRONIC PAIN - MYA CARE
    “Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have - life itself.”

    - Walter Anderson

    Chronic pain is one of the most challenging health conditions to-date, and sadly, one of the least understood. The following article highlights what is known about both chronic pain and fibromyalgia. Symptoms, potential causes, risk factors and treatment options are discussed below.
    What is Fibromyalgia?

    Fibromyalgia is a condition in which the body’s ability to process and perceive pain becomes dysfunctional[1]. Patients with Fibromyalgia often feel pain from stimuli that are simply not painful. Pain can be triggered by emotional, mental or physical stimuli, such as stress, traumatic ideation or physical touch. The disease shares commonality with small nerve fiber neuropathies in which sensations of light touch induce a heightened feeling of pain, such as being in contact with a bed sheet.

    Other conditions that share some overlap with clinical features of fibromyalgia include insulin resistance, chronic fatigue syndrome, major depressive disorder and other mood disorders. Onset noticeably occurs after a traumatic event in a large number of cases, implicating severe stress as a major trigger. Other cases of fibromyalgia have manifested in the absence of a known trigger, slowly developing over time.
    for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/fibromyalgia-and-the-neurobiology-of-chronic-pain
    FIBROMYALGIA AND THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF CHRONIC PAIN - MYA CARE “Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have - life itself.” - Walter Anderson Chronic pain is one of the most challenging health conditions to-date, and sadly, one of the least understood. The following article highlights what is known about both chronic pain and fibromyalgia. Symptoms, potential causes, risk factors and treatment options are discussed below. What is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia is a condition in which the body’s ability to process and perceive pain becomes dysfunctional[1]. Patients with Fibromyalgia often feel pain from stimuli that are simply not painful. Pain can be triggered by emotional, mental or physical stimuli, such as stress, traumatic ideation or physical touch. The disease shares commonality with small nerve fiber neuropathies in which sensations of light touch induce a heightened feeling of pain, such as being in contact with a bed sheet. Other conditions that share some overlap with clinical features of fibromyalgia include insulin resistance, chronic fatigue syndrome, major depressive disorder and other mood disorders. Onset noticeably occurs after a traumatic event in a large number of cases, implicating severe stress as a major trigger. Other cases of fibromyalgia have manifested in the absence of a known trigger, slowly developing over time. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/fibromyalgia-and-the-neurobiology-of-chronic-pain
    FIBROMYALGIA AND THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF CHRONIC PAIN | Mya Care
    Patients with Fibromyalgia often feel pain from stimuli that are simply not painful. Pain can be triggered by emotional, mental or physical stimuli, such as stress, traumatic ideation or physical touch. Learn more
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  • COOKING FOR HEALTH: COMPARING THE BEST METHODS FOR NUTRITIOUS MEALS - MYA CARE
    The way we cook does not just make food delicious and presentable, but it also influences our health and well-being. The cooking methods you choose affect the nutritional value, flavor, texture, and appearance of your food. Some cooking methods can enhance the benefits of certain foods, while others can reduce them or even create harmful substances.

    In this blog, we will explore some of the most common cooking methods, including raw food, boiling, roasting, pan frying/sauteing, steaming, baking, and grilling. Each cooking method is described below, explaining why it is popular. It also lists the pros and cons of the individual cooking processes and gives some tips for enhancing the cooking method in terms of health and nutrition.

    Raw food is not cooked or cooked at very low temperatures (below 40 degrees Celsius or 104 degrees Fahrenheit). It is no secret that raw food contains a higher level of natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals that are destroyed by heat.
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    COOKING FOR HEALTH: COMPARING THE BEST METHODS FOR NUTRITIOUS MEALS - MYA CARE The way we cook does not just make food delicious and presentable, but it also influences our health and well-being. The cooking methods you choose affect the nutritional value, flavor, texture, and appearance of your food. Some cooking methods can enhance the benefits of certain foods, while others can reduce them or even create harmful substances. In this blog, we will explore some of the most common cooking methods, including raw food, boiling, roasting, pan frying/sauteing, steaming, baking, and grilling. Each cooking method is described below, explaining why it is popular. It also lists the pros and cons of the individual cooking processes and gives some tips for enhancing the cooking method in terms of health and nutrition. Raw food is not cooked or cooked at very low temperatures (below 40 degrees Celsius or 104 degrees Fahrenheit). It is no secret that raw food contains a higher level of natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals that are destroyed by heat. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/cooking-for-health-comparing-the-best-methods-for-nutritious-meals
    COOKING FOR HEALTH: COMPARING THE BEST METHODS FOR NUTRITIOUS MEALS | Mya Care
    Understand the effects of various cooking methods on nutrition and taste. Discover the pros and cons of raw food, boiling, roasting, pan frying/sauteing, steaming, baking, and grilling.
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  • GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA - MYA CARE
    Finding brain-stimulating and entertaining activities can be challenging if you are a caregiver or have a family member with dementia. However, research has revealed that engaging in games and other enjoyable activities is a novel form of therapy that can support current dementia treatments.
    The Benefits Of Brain-Stimulating Games For Dementia

    Playing games is one of the many things that can occupy and entertain the human mind. Interestingly, playing games can keep our minds active. This is crucial for older adults, especially those at risk for dementia.

    The brain can be effectively exercised by playing games and participating in a variety of activities, which has many advantages for older people with dementia, such as:
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    GAMES AND ACTIVITIES FOR PATIENTS WITH DEMENTIA - MYA CARE Finding brain-stimulating and entertaining activities can be challenging if you are a caregiver or have a family member with dementia. However, research has revealed that engaging in games and other enjoyable activities is a novel form of therapy that can support current dementia treatments. The Benefits Of Brain-Stimulating Games For Dementia Playing games is one of the many things that can occupy and entertain the human mind. Interestingly, playing games can keep our minds active. This is crucial for older adults, especially those at risk for dementia. The brain can be effectively exercised by playing games and participating in a variety of activities, which has many advantages for older people with dementia, such as: for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/games-and-activities-for-patients-with-dementia
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  • GOUT: BIG TOE PAIN - CAUSES, DIAGNOSIS, HOME REMEDIES, AND MORE - MYA CARE
    Gout is a form of joint inflammation (arthritis) that causes sudden, excruciating pain in one of your joints - most frequently the big toe.

    It’s a result of high uric acid levels in your blood, which can happen with an unbalanced diet and certain unhealthy habits. Gout is considered a chronic disease that causes joint inflammation and pain every now and then - “gout attacks”.

    There are many medical treatments and home remedies to deal with gout flare-ups and relieve pain. For those who have frequent attacks, chronic medications may be prescribed. Dietary and lifestyle changes are essential to prevent gout attacks and control your uric acid levels.

    Keep reading to learn more about gout, how it’s diagnosed, and ways to treat it!
    for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/gout-big-toe-pain-causes-diagnosis-home-remedies-and-more
    GOUT: BIG TOE PAIN - CAUSES, DIAGNOSIS, HOME REMEDIES, AND MORE - MYA CARE Gout is a form of joint inflammation (arthritis) that causes sudden, excruciating pain in one of your joints - most frequently the big toe. It’s a result of high uric acid levels in your blood, which can happen with an unbalanced diet and certain unhealthy habits. Gout is considered a chronic disease that causes joint inflammation and pain every now and then - “gout attacks”. There are many medical treatments and home remedies to deal with gout flare-ups and relieve pain. For those who have frequent attacks, chronic medications may be prescribed. Dietary and lifestyle changes are essential to prevent gout attacks and control your uric acid levels. Keep reading to learn more about gout, how it’s diagnosed, and ways to treat it! for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/gout-big-toe-pain-causes-diagnosis-home-remedies-and-more
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  • MICROBLADING VS. EYEBROW TRANSPLANT: WHICH IS RIGHT FOR YOU? - MYA CARE
    As one of the most expressive features of the human face, eyebrow shaping has always remained a focal aspect to enhance one’s aesthetic. The way well-shaped eyebrows define facial shape highlights their importance in social interaction. Studies have shown that eyebrows are also an important sign of attractiveness[1].

    While preferences for eyebrow shapes have changed over the decades, fuller eyebrows are currently revered for their natural, youthful, and more confident appearance. Microblading and eyebrow transplants have gained popularity as more permanent cosmetic options for those looking to add volume to their brows. Both of these techniques can substantially enhance the contours of the face without the need for makeup and increase eyebrow longevity. Yet neither is without drawbacks.

    This article aims to compare microblading vs. eyebrow transplant, discussing the pros and cons of each as cosmetic procedures. Their overall effectiveness, the costs involved, their maintenance, and for whom each technique is best suited are all discussed below.
    for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/microblading-vs-eyebrow-transplant-which-is-right-for-you
    MICROBLADING VS. EYEBROW TRANSPLANT: WHICH IS RIGHT FOR YOU? - MYA CARE As one of the most expressive features of the human face, eyebrow shaping has always remained a focal aspect to enhance one’s aesthetic. The way well-shaped eyebrows define facial shape highlights their importance in social interaction. Studies have shown that eyebrows are also an important sign of attractiveness[1]. While preferences for eyebrow shapes have changed over the decades, fuller eyebrows are currently revered for their natural, youthful, and more confident appearance. Microblading and eyebrow transplants have gained popularity as more permanent cosmetic options for those looking to add volume to their brows. Both of these techniques can substantially enhance the contours of the face without the need for makeup and increase eyebrow longevity. Yet neither is without drawbacks. This article aims to compare microblading vs. eyebrow transplant, discussing the pros and cons of each as cosmetic procedures. Their overall effectiveness, the costs involved, their maintenance, and for whom each technique is best suited are all discussed below. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/microblading-vs-eyebrow-transplant-which-is-right-for-you
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  • REGENERATIVE AESTHETICS - THE USE OF STEM CELLS IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE - MYA CARE
    Contemporary regenerative treatments in aesthetic medicine work on a cellular level. In that way, they activate and unlock the processes naturally present in the human body. It is anti-aging from within.

    The ultimate goal is the same as with regenerative medicine. To minimize the effects of aging on general health and well-being. But, with regenerative aesthetics, the focus is on physical appearance.

    Currently, human stem cells and their products are an up-and-coming solution for a variety of aesthetic issues. Their potential to propel the entire branch into an exciting future is immense.

    However, there is still a significant lack of information among the wider public. The main reason for this remains legal regulations, which differ significantly around the world.

    The purpose of this article is to shed more light on the field of regenerative medicine and explain its possibilities to potential patients.
    for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/regenerative-aesthetics-the-use-of-stem-cells-in-aesthetic-medicine
    REGENERATIVE AESTHETICS - THE USE OF STEM CELLS IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE - MYA CARE Contemporary regenerative treatments in aesthetic medicine work on a cellular level. In that way, they activate and unlock the processes naturally present in the human body. It is anti-aging from within. The ultimate goal is the same as with regenerative medicine. To minimize the effects of aging on general health and well-being. But, with regenerative aesthetics, the focus is on physical appearance. Currently, human stem cells and their products are an up-and-coming solution for a variety of aesthetic issues. Their potential to propel the entire branch into an exciting future is immense. However, there is still a significant lack of information among the wider public. The main reason for this remains legal regulations, which differ significantly around the world. The purpose of this article is to shed more light on the field of regenerative medicine and explain its possibilities to potential patients. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/regenerative-aesthetics-the-use-of-stem-cells-in-aesthetic-medicine
    REGENERATIVE AESTHETICS - THE USE OF STEM CELLS IN AESTHETIC MEDICINE | Mya Care
    The development of regenerative medicine and aesthetics include radiofrequency, microneedling, chemical peels, and laser skin resurfacing. Stem cells can offer more potential in this field. Read more
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  • CALCIFIC TENDINITIS: TYPES, SYMPTOMS, DIAGNOSIS, AND TREATMENT - MYA CARE
    Calcific tendinitis occurs when calcium crystals build in your tendons. The irritation from the calcium deposits causes inflammation and pain.

    Most cases of calcific tendinopathy occur in the shoulder, but it can affect any part of your body. The exact cause of calcification or calcium build-up in joints is still not completely clear. However, certain risk factors, like age, gender, and underlying disease, increase your chances of developing calcific tendinitis.

    Calcific tendinopathy is usually relieved with medication, physical therapy, and other non-surgical treatments. But when left untreated, severe calcific tendinitis can affect your range of motion and require surgical treatment.

    Keep reading to learn more about calcific tendonitis, its symptoms, and its various treatment options.
    for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/calcific-tendinitis-types-symptoms-diagnosis-and-treatment
    CALCIFIC TENDINITIS: TYPES, SYMPTOMS, DIAGNOSIS, AND TREATMENT - MYA CARE Calcific tendinitis occurs when calcium crystals build in your tendons. The irritation from the calcium deposits causes inflammation and pain. Most cases of calcific tendinopathy occur in the shoulder, but it can affect any part of your body. The exact cause of calcification or calcium build-up in joints is still not completely clear. However, certain risk factors, like age, gender, and underlying disease, increase your chances of developing calcific tendinitis. Calcific tendinopathy is usually relieved with medication, physical therapy, and other non-surgical treatments. But when left untreated, severe calcific tendinitis can affect your range of motion and require surgical treatment. Keep reading to learn more about calcific tendonitis, its symptoms, and its various treatment options. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/calcific-tendinitis-types-symptoms-diagnosis-and-treatment
    CALCIFIC TENDINITIS: TYPES, SYMPTOMS, DIAGNOSIS, AND TREATMENT | Mya Care
    Calcific tendinitis is a condition when calcium deposits builds up in your muscles and tendons, leading to inflammation and pain. Click to learn more about the types, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
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  • ANTI-NUTRIENTS: ARE THEY REAL AND HOW HARMFUL ARE THE EFFECTS? - MYA CARE
    Everyone consumes antinutrients on a daily basis and excessive amounts may detract from health.

    The below discussion summarizes potential dangers of antinutrients, who is at the highest risk and how dietary antinutrients can be reduced or neutralized.
    What Are Anti-Nutrients?

    Anti-nutrients are any components of food which counter the actions of nutrients. Some of them prevent nutrient uptake or utilization; while other anti-nutrients promote inflammation and damage, depleting nutrient reserves in the process. Anti-nutrients may be classified alongside other nutrients or as toxins.

    They are found in many foods, including a variety of both plant and animal products. In plants, anti-nutrients are produced as a form of protection that prevents the plant from being eaten or getting infected.[1]

    Consuming a food with a high concentration of an anti-nutrient usually is not harmful, unless the food is consumed all the time or specifically contraindicated for a health condition. The levels of anti-nutrients in any given food form a ratio with the food’s nutrient levels. Just like anti-nutrients detract from the actions of nutrients, so too do nutrients detract from the actions of anti-nutrients.
    for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/antinutrients-are-they-real-and-how-harmful-are-the-effects
    ANTI-NUTRIENTS: ARE THEY REAL AND HOW HARMFUL ARE THE EFFECTS? - MYA CARE Everyone consumes antinutrients on a daily basis and excessive amounts may detract from health. The below discussion summarizes potential dangers of antinutrients, who is at the highest risk and how dietary antinutrients can be reduced or neutralized. What Are Anti-Nutrients? Anti-nutrients are any components of food which counter the actions of nutrients. Some of them prevent nutrient uptake or utilization; while other anti-nutrients promote inflammation and damage, depleting nutrient reserves in the process. Anti-nutrients may be classified alongside other nutrients or as toxins. They are found in many foods, including a variety of both plant and animal products. In plants, anti-nutrients are produced as a form of protection that prevents the plant from being eaten or getting infected.[1] Consuming a food with a high concentration of an anti-nutrient usually is not harmful, unless the food is consumed all the time or specifically contraindicated for a health condition. The levels of anti-nutrients in any given food form a ratio with the food’s nutrient levels. Just like anti-nutrients detract from the actions of nutrients, so too do nutrients detract from the actions of anti-nutrients. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/antinutrients-are-they-real-and-how-harmful-are-the-effects
    ANTI-NUTRIENTS: ARE THEY REAL AND HOW HARMFUL ARE THE EFFECTS? | Mya Care
    ANTI-NUTRIENTS: ARE THEY REAL AND HOW HARMFUL ARE THE EFFECTS?
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  • BILE DUCT CANCER: A RARE AND CHALLENGING CONDITION - MYA CARE
    Cholangiocarcinoma is a rare type of cancer where the bile ducts, a group of tubes that convey bile from the liver and gallbladder to the small intestine, are affected. Bile helps the body eliminate waste and digest fats. As the cancer grows, it very often leads to bile duct blockage and gallbladder or liver problems. Cholangiocarcinoma is also called bile duct cancer or biliary tract cancer.

    Bile duct cancer is frequently discovered in an advanced stage when it has progressed to distant body parts or nearby organs. This makes it difficult to treat and lends itself to a poor prognosis. Available treatments can help control symptoms and improve the life quality in people with cholangiocarcinoma.

    for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/bile-duct-cancer-a-rare-and-challenging-condition
    BILE DUCT CANCER: A RARE AND CHALLENGING CONDITION - MYA CARE Cholangiocarcinoma is a rare type of cancer where the bile ducts, a group of tubes that convey bile from the liver and gallbladder to the small intestine, are affected. Bile helps the body eliminate waste and digest fats. As the cancer grows, it very often leads to bile duct blockage and gallbladder or liver problems. Cholangiocarcinoma is also called bile duct cancer or biliary tract cancer. Bile duct cancer is frequently discovered in an advanced stage when it has progressed to distant body parts or nearby organs. This makes it difficult to treat and lends itself to a poor prognosis. Available treatments can help control symptoms and improve the life quality in people with cholangiocarcinoma. for more :- https://myacare.com/blog/bile-duct-cancer-a-rare-and-challenging-condition
    BILE DUCT CANCER: A RARE AND CHALLENGING CONDITION | Mya Care
    Cholangiocarcinoma is a rare and challenging type of cancer affecting the bile duct. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, disease stages, and treatment options.
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