Toxic Shock Syndrome

Toxic shock syndrome is an uncommon life-threatening disease wherein bacterial toxins are the main etiologic factor.


The bacterial toxins that influence this disease are released by Staphylococcus aureus. These bacteria are a part of the normal bacterial flora of the skin. When the patient didn’t develop any defense mechanism or anti-toxin antibodies against the released toxins, this will result in toxic shock syndrome.

Blood Cancer

Blood cancer refers to a set of medical conditions wherein malignancy attacks the bones, blood, and lymphatic system.


Blood cancer is considered to be a life-threatening disease. According to statistics, someone is diagnosed with this illness every four minutes. However, because of the advancements in technology, the survival rates of many individuals with this condition have greatly increased. When the disease is detected in the early stages, it is manageable and controllable. However, if detected in the late stages, even with proper knowledge and equipment, death may still occur.

High Blood Pressure Symptoms

High blood pressure symptoms are sometimes not that evident in a person.


High blood pressure symptoms or hypertension symptoms imply that there is an existing high pressure or tension within the arteries. These arteries are blood vessels that transmit blood from the propelling heart to every cells and tissues of the human body. Symptoms of high blood pressure do not involve extreme emotional pressure, even though stress and emotional tension may momentarily increase a patient’s blood pressure. The regular blood pressure is lower than 120/80 mmHg. When a person’s blood pressure of 140/90 mmHg or higher is considered to be hypertension.