Arthritis is a medical condition that causes pain, swelling and stiffness joints. Causes: 🔖 Rheumatoid arthritis 🔖Osteoarthritis 🔖Psoriasis 🔖Viruses 🔖Trauma 🔖Connective Tissue Conditions 🔖Many more Feel free to talk to your doctor if you suspect you have arthritis Written by Rheumatologist Dr. Keisha Davis-King

Kidneys have many functions. They are some of the most important organs in your body. Some of the functions of your kidneys include: 🩸Making urine 🩸Control of electrolytes (salts) such as Sodium, Potassium, Phosphorus and Calcium 🩸Helps in the production of your red blood cells which affects your haemoglobin (blood count) 🩸Helps control your blood…

Many times when we speak to our doctor they mention many blood tests, one of which is ESR!! But what is it and why do we check it?? ESR (Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate or Sed Rate) is a blood test that reveals your body’s inflammatory activity. Generally an ESR Blood Test isn’t taken alone however it…

Did you know that the Influenza vaccine can prevent the Flu? The Flu is a contagious disease that spreads during the Flu season which is usually October to May. Anyone can get the Flu, but it is more dangerous for some persons. Those who are at greatest risk are: Infants and young children Persons 65…

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