Appendicitis is a very common disease, affecting approximately 7% of the population, making it a major medical emergencies worldwide. Appendicitis usually occurs between 10 and 30 years, but can occur at any age, although it is rare in children under 2 years.
Menopause is a defining moment in the lives of women. It is an inevitable event, which occurs due to depletion of eggs and the consequent end of ovulatory cycles, characterizing the transition between childbearing age and menopause.
Menstruation is an event that occurs cyclically in women of childbearing age. Their presence is extremely striking for women, not only because of possible nuisance it causes, but also because the first and last period serve as a landmark between the stages of life of women. Also, menstruation or absence of menstruation, also act as a signal to other relevant moment in life, which is pregnancy.
Excess weight should be seen not as an essentially aesthetic problem, but as a matter of personal health. Beyond the actual harm caused by excess body fat, a person with excess weight also often see exposed to other health problems such as overweight and obesity are often associated with an unhealthy diet and inactivity.
Acne is not a serious disease that can cause disability or lead to death, but their psychological impact can be remarkable, especially as it affects predominantly young adults and adolescents. At this stage of life, appearance and social acceptance are very important, and severe cases of acne may even lead to depression.
Acute pulmonary edema (APE) is a medical emergency caused by leakage of water from the blood vessels into the lung tissue, making breathing difficult. In this paper we explain the causes, symptoms and treatment of acute pulmonary edema.