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Salivary Gland Cancer
 
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KETK - Hall of Fame baseball player Tony Gwynn's death was shocking for many people, dead at 54. Gwynn shined through his 20-year career with the San Diego Padres. He was diagnosed with a salivary gland cancer back in 2010. I'm sure the first thing comes to mind is- chewing tobacco led to his cancer. Some reports say he had mouth cancer, the type of cancer he had was not in the mouth. "He had a salivary gland tumor basically that started in his parotid gland which is the largest salivary gland and it's on the side of your face in the cheek area where they have lumps," said Oncologist Dr. Donald Richards of Texas Oncology at Trinity Mother Frances. It's reported Gwynn's death was linked to chewing tobacco throughout his career, but doctors say Gwynn did not have mouth cancer. Dr. Richards says most salivary gland tumors are benign. "Apparently he had episodes of recurrent tumors that appeared to transform in to much more of an aggressive histology." We asked Dr. Richards if chewing tobacco has any association with salivary gland cancer. "Salivary gland cancers aren't as strongly linked to tobacco use as some other types of cancers." From batting in the Major League to battling cancer it sparks concern on any playing field on whether chewing tobacco is linked to the cancer Gwynn had. The head baseball coach at UT Tyler Chris Bertrand says chewing is rooted in the game and a big part of culture. "I think the biggest thing is you have to educate people on what the risks are and what the dangers are." And coach Bertrand says he makes that part of his game. "At the end of the day it's a personal decision, but we feel that's our main role, and it is to make sure they understand if you make that decision to continue to do it, these are the risks that you are running."
Head and neck cancer symptoms: Know 7 Major signs in human body
 
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Head and neck cancer symptoms: In this video summarise the common signs of the neck and head cancer. This situation is known to be a group of cancers that usually start in or near the throat, voice box, nose, sinus or mouth. It starts in the cells that line the surfaces of these body parts. These cells are known as squamous cells. There are five main types of cancer and these have been named based on the head or neck that they affect. The symptoms of each of these cancers differ from the other. The five types of cancer are a 1st oral cavity, 2nd pharynx, 3rd larynx, 4th nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses and finally 5th salivary glands. One of the biggest reasons for head and neck cancer is tobacco. This also includes chewing tobacco and not just smoking. Second-hand smoke or passive smoking also raises the risk of head and neck cancer. Drinking too much alcohol also raises your risk. Some of the reasons that can raise your risk are getting too much sun, human papillomavirus, being older than 40, breathing in asbestos, wood dust or paint or other chemical fumes, smoking pot, not getting enough vitamin A or B, acid reflux, having a weak immune system, etc. In this video, I have mentioned some of the top symptoms of head and neck cancer. Let’s check out what are the symptoms of head and neck cancer. Subscribe to the channel for the latest update: https://goo.gl/b3A1mw Thanks for Visit us jd remedies 016 ___ Follow us Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/remediesbyjd/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/homeremedies016 Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+homeremediesbyjd Pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/homeremedies016/ Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Home Remedies by JD channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. Background Music used: Life of Riley by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400054 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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RIP Tony Gwynn, a victim of parotid gland cancer. NOT due to snuff or dip, however
 
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News from the American Council on Science and Health
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This video is for smoker...(warning smoking causes throat cancer)
 
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Cigar Smoking Causes Mouth AndThroat Cancer. Smoking cigars is associated with an increased risk of oral cancers, including the lips, tongue, mouth, throat, larynx and oesophagus. More than 80% of cancers of the mouth, nose and throat occur in people who smoke cigarettes, cigars or pipes.
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Mouth Cancer Pictures from Smoking - Oral Cancer Symptoms and Causes
 
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Our Video Topic: Mouth Cancer Pictures from Smoking - Oral Cancer Symptoms and Causes Mouth cancer, or oral cancer, can occur anywhere in the mouth, on the surface of the tongue, the lips, inside the cheek, in the gums, in the roof and floor of the mouth, in the tonsils, and in the salivary glands. What Are the Symptoms of Oral Cancer? The most common symptoms of oral cancer include: A sore that doesn't heal A sore that bleeds A growth, lump or thickening of the skin or lining of your mouth Loose teeth Poorly fitting dentures Tongue pain Jaw pain or stiffness Difficult or painful chewing Difficult or painful swallowing Sore throat Causes of mouth cancer Cancer results when a genetic mutation instructs cells to grow without control. Untreated, oral cancer will start in one part of the mouth, then spread to other parts of the mouth, to the head and neck, and the rest of the body. Mouth cancers typically start in the squamous cells that line the lips and the inside of the mouth. This is called squamous cell carcinoma. The exact cause of the mutations is unknown, but there is evidence that certain risk factors increase the chance of mouth cancer developing. Risk factors for mouth cancer Tobacco and alcohol use are prominent risk factors for mouth cancer. Smokers are three times more likely than nonsmokers to develop mouth cancer, and people who smoke and drink alcohol have up to 30 times higher risk than those who do not smoke and drink. Other risk factors include: Ultraviolet exposure on the lips, from the sun, sunlamps, or sunbeds A diet rich in red meat, processed meat, and fried foods Gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD), a digestive condition where acid from the stomach leaks back up to the gullet Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection Prior radiation treatment, or radiotherapy, in the head, neck, or both Regularly chewing betel nuts, a popular habit in some parts of Southeast Asia Exposure to certain chemicals, especially asbestos, sulfuric acid, and formaldehyde Subscribe our channel: https://goo.gl/gZH38F Music no-copyrights by Dj Quads: Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/aka-dj-quads Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Sheryl Elanda channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Jesus Tattoos on Arm (2018) - Christian Tattoo Design Ideas" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gI9qxEIbJGE -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Throat Cancer Symptoms -- You Need to Know!
 
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http://utahtexans.com/ Click on the link above for a free video guide to herbal remedies and supplements! Today I'm going to talk about the major throat cancer symptoms and ideas on preventing this health problem. Cancer is a very scary word because it can strike without warning, grow and kill almost like an assassin. The thing with throat cancer is that many of the symptoms do not 100% inform someone they have this medical problem. Sure everyone gets a sore throat at times, but how do you know if it's cancer? This is where you need professional help. The million dollar question is when do you seek medical help? My thought on this question is that a person should see a medical professional the second they feel they should. You know your body better than anywhere, so if something feels serious then there is no point hoping it will go away. It's best to see a professional, that way if there is a problem you can nip it in the bud right away and eliminate it. When problems are left unchecked they grow bigger and cause more damage. One of the most common symptoms of throat cancer would be a sore throat that does not get better in 1 or 2 weeks, even with medicine and antibiotics. Another sign would be an unusual swelling or lump in the neck. Sure, if you recently had an injury there that could make sense, but if it appears out of nowhere that is a cause of concern. If a person has difficulty swallowing then that could be a concern and indicator of cancer. Maybe hoarseness with a person's voice that doesn't improve within 1-2 weeks could be a symptom. Also, abnormal breathing, neck pain and weigh loss all could be indicators of throat cancer. The truth is that nobody 100% knows for certain what causes cancer. Sure smoking cigarettes isn't good for you as well as eating 50 donuts a day. One of the best things someone can do to not only prevent cancer, but stop it would be to take their vitamins. I know it sounds dumb, but many vitamins like the B ones have to do with improving cell health. Plus they play a big role in the immune system that can fight off a cancerous cell. Apart from these vitamins there are a lot of herbal remedies, which can work wonders. If you are interested in how herbal remedies and supplements can improve health I strongly recommend you check out a report and video guide I created. It talks about what someone should be looking for when buying herbs and supplements. Also, it talks about other alternative health strategies and what to take for skincare, fitness and even weight loss. You can learn more about this free guide by clicking on the link http://texasvitamins.com/go/youtube.html.
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How to Recognize Throat Cancer Symptoms | Throat Cancer Information
 
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Throat cancer symptoms: all mouth diseases are not cancer, there are some early symptoms of throat cancer if diagnosed on early stages can be treated. Throat cancer treatment is costly if not diagnosed early. Some early signs of throat cancer are: - Trouble in swallowing, - White or red patch on tongue, - Sore throat, - Swelling of the jaw, and - Ear pain. Our Social Pages for more similar videos, Tips and News: Face book Page: https://web.facebook.com/eLimpid/ Google Plus Page : https://google.com/+Elimpiddotcom/ Our Website for Fresh & Limpid Information: https://elimpid.com/
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Early Signs Of Mouth Cancer
 
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Mouth cancer can occur anywhere in the mouth, including the lips, tongue and throat, as well as the salivary glands, pharynx, larynx and sinuses. And because early detection is crucial in overcoming this disease, you'll want to visit your doctor immediately if any of the following symptoms persist for more than two weeks: 1. Sores, swellings, lumps or thick patches anywhere in or around your mouth or throat 2. Areas of red or white lesions in your mouth or lips 3. The feeling of a lump or object stuck in your throat 4. Swellings that make wearing dentures uncomfortable 5. Numbness, pain or tenderness anywhere in your mouth, including your tongue 6. Pain in one of your ears but without any loss of hearing 7. Trouble moving your jaw or tongue, or problems with chewing, swallowing or speaking 8. Loose teeth with no apparent dental cause 9. Lingering sore throat or hoarseness New videos everyday! Subscribe our channel ► https://goo.gl/1dVtUS More info at our website ►http://ohmyhealth.info/ Thank you for watching. Don't forget to comment, rate, and share this video. Subscribe for more videos from Intan Farisha. Dreamer Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted. "Fair Use" guidelines: www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html
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Parotid Tumor CAUSED BY SMOKING
 
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Parotid Salivary Gland Tumor. Tumor Recovery
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My Story - Oral Cancer, Dry Mouth Relief
 
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Relief for Dry Mouth for Oral Cancer Patients This is a story told by Garry Williams, who experienced dry mouth syndrome due to mouth cancer. He has some advice for you. Smoking is a common cause of Oral Cancer, also known as head and neck cancer. Also, drinking alcohol along with using tobacco will greatly increase your risk of getting this disease. There can be other causes such as HPV virus. If you suspect oral cancer symptoms, please see your doctor right away. This disease if often curable if detected early enough. Unfortunately, it often is not detected as early as it should be, as severe symptoms may arise only too late. If you do get oral cancer, then there are a few different kinds of treatments which may be advanced by your medical professionals. One is radiation therapy, and the other is chemotherapy. Sometimes these two methods are used in conjunction. Also, of course, there is surgery which is the third form of treatment. Luckily advances in medical procedures have made invasive surgery less common than it once was. All of this will depend upon the specifics of your own particular cancer. Both during and after cancer treatment, the saliva glands can be adversely effected. This results in reduced saliva which causes Dry Mouth Syndrome. This can be a very annoying condition, and it can also result in dental problems. If you do get dry mouth, then please read the following website for more information on the subject. You can read further at http://dry-mouth-cancer.com J.D.
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6 Symptoms of Head and Neck Cancer
 
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Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 6 Symptoms of Head and Neck Cancer: 1. Sore throat A sore throat is rarely worth worrying about — after all, it can be caused by a range of fairly harmless afflictions, from over-exerting the voice muscles to seasonal allergies to the common cold. Generally speaking, a sore throat is either very temporary or just the first sign that a head cold is setting in. However, a sore throat could indicate that an individual is developing throat cancer. While it can be difficult to distinguish between a common cold and throat cancer, in the latter case the pain will not go away after a few days or even weeks. In essence, if you develop a painful sore throat without any of the other symptoms of a head cold, and the sore throat doesn’t go away after a week or so, then it may be time to speak to a doctor about a thorough examination. 2. Mouth pain Like many of the other symptoms on this list, mouth pain doesn’t necessarily mean there’s anything to worry about. After all, it can be caused by many things, from burning your tongue on hot food to using a new toothbrush. Of course, mouth pain can also be the result of poor oral hygiene, such as failing to brush, floss or rinse on a regular basis. But this pain should subside in time, particularly if the afflicted individual is taking care with their oral hygiene. And there are other indicators that something more serious is up, including red and white patches on the gums, tongue, or mouth lining. Bleeding gums and pain in the jaw could also be indicators that the mouth pain one is feeling is more serious and could be linked to head and neck cancer. If you experience a few of these symptoms, or your mouth pain doesn’t subside after a few days, it would be wise to speak with your doctor and/or dentist about the issue. 3. Difficulty talking Anyone with a serious throat infection or bad head cold will tell you that these relatively harmless afflictions can make it rather difficult to speak. Colds and infections of the throat can make it difficult. In most cases this pain will subside after a few days or a week or two. If the pain lasts, however, it could be a sign that there is a more serious problem affecting the throat, including the pharynx. Persistent pain in the throat making it difficult to speak should be considered serious and should be followed by a thorough examination by a physician to rule out throat cancer. 4. Trouble swallowing There are a few health conditions that can make it difficult to swallow, including moderately serious issues like strep throat. But even the common cold can present an individual with a sore throat that makes it difficult to swallow. However, if this pain persists — and there are none of the other symptoms that accompany the typical head cold, such as a cough and stuffy nose — then it’s a good idea to visit a doctor to determine the cause of the issue. It could simply be irritated as a result of an infection or seasonal allergies, but it may also be linked to throat cancer. If it’s the latter, it’s better to catch the problem early, thereby giving medical specialists more time to fight the disease. 5. Sinus pain Sinus pain is most often associated with seasonal allergies or the common cold. However, it can also be the result of structural issues affecting the nose and sinuses; in other words, if there are blockages in the nose, it could lead to plugged sinuses that don’t clear and lead to significant sinus pain and headaches. Additionally, dryness can cause the nose to feel stuffy and may even result in nose bleeds. The onset of sinus pain should be met with a visit to a physician who can help you determine if the problem is related to allergies, blockages, general dryness, or something more serious, such as nose cancer. If the problem does not respond to medications, such as antibiotics, then there’s an increased chance that it is a more serious issue. 6. Pain or numbness caused by inflammation The emergence of cancer in the head and neck area can lead to significant inflammation. If there’s a serious problem developing, an individual may notice swelling in their jaw or in the area just below their chin. The feeling of swelling — which is often accompanied by pain — in this part of the head could be the result of cancer emerging in the salivary glands. Inflammation resulting from the development of head and neck cancer can also lead to feelings of numbness or paralysis in the face muscles; this can also be accompanied by pain. If this pain lasts for more than a few days, it’s crucial the individual contact their physician right away to carry out an examination of the head and neck area. 6 Symptoms of Head and Neck Cancer By styh
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6 Symptoms of Head and Neck Cancer
 
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6 Symptoms of Head and Neck Cancer: 1. Sore throat A sore throat is rarely worth worrying about — after all, it can be caused by a range of fairly harmless afflictions, from over-exerting the voice muscles to seasonal allergies to the common cold. Generally speaking, a sore throat is either very temporary or just the first sign that a head cold is setting in. However, a sore throat could indicate that an individual is developing throat cancer. While it can be difficult to distinguish between a common cold and throat cancer, in the latter case the pain will not go away after a few days or even weeks. In essence, if you develop a painful sore throat without any of the other symptoms of a head cold, and the sore throat doesn’t go away after a week or so, then it may be time to speak to a doctor about a thorough examination. 2. Mouth pain Like many of the other symptoms on this list, mouth pain doesn’t necessarily mean there’s anything to worry about. After all, it can be caused by many things, from burning your tongue on hot food to using a new toothbrush. Of course, mouth pain can also be the result of poor oral hygiene, such as failing to brush, floss or rinse on a regular basis. But this pain should subside in time, particularly if the afflicted individual is taking care with their oral hygiene. And there are other indicators that something more serious is up, including red and white patches on the gums, tongue, or mouth lining. Bleeding gums and pain in the jaw could also be indicators that the mouth pain one is feeling is more serious and could be linked to head and neck cancer. If you experience a few of these symptoms, or your mouth pain doesn’t subside after a few days, it would be wise to speak with your doctor and/or dentist about the issue. 3. Difficulty talking Anyone with a serious throat infection or bad head cold will tell you that these relatively harmless afflictions can make it rather difficult to speak. Colds and infections of the throat can make it difficult. In most cases this pain will subside after a few days or a week or two. If the pain lasts, however, it could be a sign that there is a more serious problem affecting the throat, including the pharynx. Persistent pain in the throat making it difficult to speak should be considered serious and should be followed by a thorough examination by a physician to rule out throat cancer. 4. Trouble swallowing There are a few health conditions that can make it difficult to swallow, including moderately serious issues like strep throat. But even the common cold can present an individual with a sore throat that makes it difficult to swallow. However, if this pain persists — and there are none of the other symptoms that accompany the typical head cold, such as a cough and stuffy nose — then it’s a good idea to visit a doctor to determine the cause of the issue. It could simply be irritated as a result of an infection or seasonal allergies, but it may also be linked to throat cancer. If it’s the latter, it’s better to catch the problem early, thereby giving medical specialists more time to fight the disease. 5. Sinus pain Sinus pain is most often associated with seasonal allergies or the common cold. However, it can also be the result of structural issues affecting the nose and sinuses; in other words, if there are blockages in the nose, it could lead to plugged sinuses that don’t clear and lead to significant sinus pain and headaches. Additionally, dryness can cause the nose to feel stuffy and may even result in nose bleeds. The onset of sinus pain should be met with a visit to a physician who can help you determine if the problem is related to allergies, blockages, general dryness, or something more serious, such as nose cancer. If the problem does not respond to medications, such as antibiotics, then there’s an increased chance that it is a more serious issue. 6. Pain or numbness caused by inflammation The emergence of cancer in the head and neck area can lead to significant inflammation. If there’s a serious problem developing, an individual may notice swelling in their jaw or in the area just below their chin. The feeling of swelling — which is often accompanied by pain — in this part of the head could be the result of cancer emerging in the salivary glands. Inflammation resulting from the development of head and neck cancer can also lead to feelings of numbness or paralysis in the face muscles; this can also be accompanied by pain. If this pain lasts for more than a few days, it’s crucial the individual contact their physician right away to carry out an examination of the head and neck area.
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Salivary Gland Neoplasms
 
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This is a short video on the most common neoplasms (tumors and cancers) of the salivary glands. I created this presentation with Google Slides. Image were created or taken from Wikimedia Commons I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor. ADDITIONAL TAGS: Neoplasms of the salivary glands Pleomorphic adenoma Warthin's tumor Mucoepidermoid carcinoma Adenoid cystic carcinoma By Ed Uthman, MD - http://web2.airmail.net/uthman/specim..., Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index... Pleomorphic adenoma Most common benign salivary gland tumor Usually in parotid gland Pleomorphic: variable appearance architecturally Parenchymatous glands with myoepithelium Stroma with epithelial tissue Diagnose with fine needle aspiration (best: 90% sensitivity), US, CT, or MRI Treat with surgical resection (parotidectomy), but it's a recurrent issue; can become carcinoma Pleomorphic adenoma Warthin's tumor Mucoepidermoid carcinoma Adenoid cystic carcinoma BOTTOM: By Schomynv - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index... LEFT: CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index... Warthin’s tumor AKA papillary cystadenoma lymphomatosum Second most common benign salivary gland tumor Usually in parotid Histo: germinal centers, cystic spaces, many lymphocytes, condensed chromatin (pyknotic) nuclei Associated with smoking, older people Tumor is slow growing, often painless Pleomorphic adenoma Warthin's tumor Mucoepidermoid carcinoma Adenoid cystic carcinoma CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index... Mucoepidermoid carcinoma Most common malignant salivary gland tumor Usually starts in parotid, can also be found outside of salivary gland Histo: contains mucinous cells and squamous cells Tumor is slow growing, often painless Associated with CMV Pleomorphic adenoma Warthin's tumor Mucoepidermoid carcinoma Adenoid cystic carcinoma By No machine-readable author provided. KGH assumed (based on copyright claims). - No machine-readable source provided. Own work assumed (based on copyright claims)., CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index... By Nephron - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index... Adenoid cystic carcinoma Second most common malignant salivary gland tumor Common tumor of the submandibular gland Can also involve other tissues Slow growing Can have distant metastases: eye, lung, brain, sinuses, trachea, breast Treatment is surgical resection, radiation Pleomorphic adenoma Warthin's tumor Mucoepidermoid carcinoma Adenoid cystic carcinoma TOP: By Jto410 - In my clinical work as a diagnostic radiologist, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index... BOTTOM: By Nephron - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index...
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Oral Cancer: Symptoms, Causes
 
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Oral cancer is among the commonest cancers worldwide. Men over 40, those who use or consume too much alcohol and tobacco products, and those with a family history of head or neck cancers are more at risk. Symptoms include mouth sores, bleeding, numbness in the mouth, and swelling. Early diagnosis is difficult but key in the treatment of oral cancer, which includes surgery and radiation therapy.
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Tony Gwynn died of salivary gland cancer. San Diego Hypnosis Expert on chewing tobacco
 
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Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn lost his battle with salivary gland cancer. www.theNLPexpert.com Dipping smokeless tobacco is dangerous and can be taken lightly. If you or someone you know uses it, let them know that Hypnosis is an easy way to stop the habit. More information on www.theNLPexpert.com
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parotitis and salivary gland infections
 
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parotitis: what is it, how is it diagnosed, how is it treated.
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Smokers Unaware of Mouth Cancer Danger
 
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http://www.healthinsurancegroup.co.uk/ Recent research has revealed that the general public are unaware of correlations between smoking and mouth cancer. This video will explain just how many smokers are uninformed of the dangers of their chosen habit. Market research team OnePoll conducted a recent study of 2000 members of the general public with frightening results. One in four of those studied are unaware that smoking is one of the leading causes that contribute towards the development of mouth cancer. Unnervingly, over half (57%) thought that smokeless cigarette alternatives like e-cigs and shishas are safe substitutes to regular tobacco. Research conducted by the World Health Organisation suggests that up to half of all tobacco smokers will eventually die of some sort of tobacco-related illness. Both results have been released ahead of Mouth Cancer Action Month, an awareness attempt set up by the British Dental Health Foundation, which takes place throughout the month of November. Carol Porter, a spokesperson for The Health Insurance Group, recently said, "Cancer can often be spotted in its early stages by your dentist during a thorough mouth examination. If mouth cancer is recognised early, then the chances of a cure are good. However, too many people come forward too late, because they do not visit their dentist for regular examinations. We are passionate about Oral Health and m aking high quality dentistry available and affordable for all our clients through a cost effective Dental Insurance or Health Cash Plan".  We'd love to hear your thoughts on the matter. Please leave your interesting views and questions in the comments section below. To find out more about The Health Insurance Group, please use the buttons displaying on the video to either visit their website or engage with them through social media.
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Is Throat Cancer Caused By Smoking?
 
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Both smoking and 'smokeless' tobacco (snuff chewing tobacco) increase the risk of developing cancer in mouth or throat as well obvious effects such unsightly stains on your teeth bad breath, is major cause cancers mouth, throat, oesophagus, pharynx, larynx (voice box), tongue, lips salivary glands. Tips esophageal cancer risk factors american society. What are the risk factors for laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancers? Overviews of diseases conditions. He initially said it was caused by years of heavy smoking, 20 apr 2011 lung cancer is most famously associated, but tobacco smoking causes cancers the head and neck (mouth, throat, sinuses), esophagus, as well obvious effects, such stains on teeth bad breath, major cause in mouth, oesophagus, pharynx, 23 sep 2010 print. Htm url? Q webcache. If it is not treated, the enlarging tumour can compress trachea and cause i have been smoking for 5 years in process of quitting most this past year. Cancer causes and risk factors how long does it take to get throat cancer? My hearburn only started the past few years 20 dec 2016 cancer refers of voice box, vocal cords, causing effects tobacco smoke, alcohol, certain 8 aug for these cancers is much higher in smokers than nonsmokers. Actor michael douglas has become the international face of throat cancer since he announced had disease. Quitting smoking can significantly reduce your risk of oral cancer and improve dental health tobacco legislation product labellingsmoking causes throat cancer, also known as laryngeal. Nov 2016 michael douglas was diagnosed with throat cancer (oropharyngeal cancer) in 2010. Cancer of the mouth and throat causes, symptoms, treatment cancer quitnow smoking causes. Linked to a number of cancers, including throat cancer, anal and cervical cancer 24 sep 2010. 18 feb 2016 hpv negative, hpv, cancers of the oropharynx are virtually always found in those with the history of heavy alcohol and tobacco use. The actor says his scientists estimate that by not smoking or drinking alcohol, and choosing a mouth throat cancers are caused damaged cells, which can grow laryngeal cancer is changes in the cells of larynx, although it's if you drink smoke, your risk increases even further as with many cancers, developing oral age. Throat or larynx cancer medlineplus medical encyclopediacancer research uk. Smoking and throat cancer canada. How quickly does lung cancer develop for smokers? The chart oral caused by smoking quit shisha. Throat cancer better health channel. Swelling or lumps in the neck; Weight loss not due to dieting 4 aug 2016 smoking also increases risk of at least 13 other cancers including mouth, pharynx (upper throat), nose and sinuses, larynx factors for throat cancer include heavy alcohol consumption. Other types of hpv cause warts in different parts the body doctors have known for years that smoking causes most lung cancers. Cancer of the mouth and throat causes, symptoms, treatment emedicinehealth cancer_of_the page2_em. Googleuserc
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!!!Dip Causes Cancer!!!
 
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The truth about the side effects of dipping and a review of Copenhagen Southern Blend
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Part 3 - Parotid Gland Tumour - 8th July 2014 - Tumour
 
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Can Smoking Cigarettes Cause Throat Cancer?
 
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18 feb 2016 hpv negative, hpv, cancers of the oropharynx are virtually always found in those with the history of heavy alcohol and tobacco use. Throat cancer and smoking cancers forum ehealthforumcancer research uk. Smokers are at greatly increased risk for cancer of the lips, tongue, smoking is a major cause cancers mouth and throat. Lung cancer caused by cigarette smoking pls quit youtube. Throat cancer (larynx and pharynx) guide causes, symptoms the effects of smoking on throat how does damage my mouth, eyes nose? Quit victoria. It causes cancers of the lung, esophagus, larynx, mouth, throat, kidney, bladder, liver, pancreas, 20 dec 2016 it can be difficult to detect throat cancer in its early stages. Quitting smoking lowers the risks for cancers of lung, mouth, throat, esophagus, and larynx gerd can also cause barrett's esophagus (discussed below), which is linked to an use tobacco products, including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing combining drinking alcohol raises risk esophageal a number cancers, throat cancer, anal cervical cancer 8 aug 2016 this guide will help you learn about possible causes laryngeal exposure secondhand smoke might increase these but more most people with hpv infections mouth have no disease account soreness. The longer you smoke, and the more greater risk of these cancers tobacco legislation product labellingsmoking causes throat cancer, also known as laryngeal cancer. Cancer of the mouth and throat causes, symptoms, treatment cancer quitnow smoking causes. If it is not treated, the enlarging tumour can compress trachea and cause i only smoke like 2 6 cigarettes a day sometimes none but this past cancer causes risk factors how long does take to get throat cancer? My hearburn started few years its been 3 4 aug 2016 chemicals in cigarette enter our blood stream then affect cancers including of mouth, pharynx (upper throat), 20 apr 2011 truth most people will compensate for these by inhaling deeper tobacco smoking head neck (mouth, throat, sinuses), fourteen different all are caused who tend think causing heart or lung problems oral be many things far biggest block your body from fighting poisons damage change cell's dna. Smoker's sore throat causes, cancer, treatment harms of cigarette smoking and health benefits quitting cancer symptoms, diagnosis healthline. How quickly does lung cancer develop for smokers? The chart smoking and tips esophageal risk factors american society. What are the risk factors for laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancers? . Both smoking and 'smokeless' tobacco (snuff chewing tobacco) increase the risk of developing cancer in mouth or throat as well obvious effects such unsightly stains on your teeth bad breath, is major cause cancers mouth, throat, oesophagus, pharynx, larynx (voice box), tongue, lips salivary glands. People who smoke or use tobacco are at risk of developing throat cancersore that does not get better in 2 to 3 weeks especially hoarseness a change voice with no obvious cause fact
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What Causes Neck Cancer?
 
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Tobacco and alcohol use are not risk factors for salivary gland cancers. Head & neck cancer faqs signs and symptoms headandneckcancerguide. Drinking heavily below are some general symptoms and warning signs of head neck cancer. But there are things that can increase your risk of developing it, called factors. Sometimes, people with head and neck cancer do not have any of these other factors that can raise a person's risk developing include prolonged sun exposure. Tobacco use is the most preventable cause of these deaths. Hpv and head & neck cancer johns hopkins medicine. Head & neck cancer info official hcp site. Gov types head and neck fact sheet url? Q webcache. Most neck lumps are benign, but it's important to get them checked out by your the most common symptoms of cancer in oropharynx or hypopharynx include a lump neck, persistent sore throat and difficulty swallowing what is head cancer? Learn about different types, symptoms, causes, treatments more from cleveland clinic visit guide learn signs cancer, as well why may not be johns hopkins surgeon carole fakhry answers questions oral hpv, smoking alcohol use can also cause oropharyngeal. Throat cancer causes, symptoms, and diagnosis healthline. This is especially linked to cancer in the lip area, as well skin of head and neck. The symptoms may depend on where the cancer develops and how it are different depending in head neck started we don't know exactly what causes. Oral, head & neck cancers and national cancer institute. Head and neck cancer nhs choices. Each type of head and neck cancer may be associated with a more specific early detection. Human papillomavirus (hpv) the ears, nose and throat are most common areas affected by head neck cancers. Head & neck cancer explore treatment options. Neck lump 37 causes, treatments & pictures healthline. Painless procedure advanced treatment expert physicians board cert. Cancer why this ad? Fight cancer with few side effectslearn more. Head and neck cancers national cancer institute. Googleusercontent search. Head and neck cancer symptoms signs head risk factors prevention & of understanding american society. Most of them are squamous cells cancers which start in throat cancer usually begins with symptoms that seem harmless like an enlarged lymph node on the outside neck, dec 20, 2016 include coughing up blood, trouble one type is pharyngeal cancer, develops neck and oct 14, 2015 lumps, or masses, can be caused by many different factors. Overview of head and neck tumors ear, nose, throat symptoms cancer five signs the deadly wikipedia. Physicians head & neck cancer explore treatment options. In the united states, up to 200,000 people die each year sep 19, 2007 read about head and neck cancer diagnosis, symptoms (lump), treatments, research, support, types (adenocarcinoma, squamous cell aug 8, 2016 all of these cancers start when cells in part or grow out may not be found until they cause problems that learn causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment
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Paridectomy - Salivary Gland Surgery  (Parotid Gland)
 
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https://goo.gl/uYrmsd Parotid Gland or Superficial Parotidectomy Removal Surgery (Salivary Gland Surgery) by Dr Majid Ahmed Talikoti Pаrоtidесtоmу - Removal of Parotid Glаnd - Salivary Glаnd Surgеrу Thе раrоtid gland, ѕituаtеd around thе ear, iѕ one оf ѕix major ѕаlivаrу glands. Thеѕе glаndѕ рrоduсе the ѕаlivа which lubricates the mоuth, hеlрѕ in digеѕtiоn, рrоtесtѕ thе tееth, аnd facilitates tаѕtе. Parotidectomy, or removal оf the раrоtid glаnd, hаѕ several indiсаtiоnѕ. Thеѕе inсludе thе removal оf benign оr саnсеrоuѕ tumоrѕ, ассеѕѕ for dеер lуing tumors аnd rarely, fоr removal of сhrоniсаllу infесtеd glаndѕ. Thiѕ ѕurgеrу iѕ frаught with potentially ѕignifiсаnt соmрliсаtiоnѕ. Thе mоѕt wоrriѕоmе iѕ facial nеrvе wеаknеѕѕ. Thе fасiаl nerve, whiсh innеrvаtеѕ thе facial muscles, runѕ thrоugh thе parotid glаnd аnd thеrеfоrе, ѕurgеrу оn thе glаnd соuld interfere with thе funсtiоn оf thе fасiаl nеrvе. This mау trаnѕрirе in ѕеvеrаl ways. If thе tumor is саnсеrоuѕ, thе nеrvе mау need tо bе rеmоvеd аlоng with the tumоr itѕеlf, in оrdеr tо асhiеvе a сurе. If the tumоr iѕ bеnign, thе surgeon will make аll аttеmрtѕ tо рrеѕеrvе the nеrvе. Hоwеvеr, ѕtrеtсhing оf thе nеrvе, оr adjacent cautery may rеѕult in tеmроrаrу or реrmаnеnt wеаknеѕѕ. Thе second potential ѕidе еffесt iѕ numbnеѕѕ оvеr thе еаr and face. Thiѕ rеѕultѕ frоm ѕtrеtсhing or interference with thе аuriсulаr nеrvе, which iѕ a sensory nеrvе оvеrlуing thе раrоtid. Uѕuаllу, the аrеа of numbnеѕѕ will rесеdе with timе to about the ѕizе оf a quarter оvеr thе bасk раrt of thе jaw. Thе finаl riѕk particular tо parotidectomy is Frеу'ѕ syndrome, which is sweating over thе face, оn thе ореrаtеd ѕidе, whеnеvеr the раtiеnt еаtѕ savory fооd. This iѕ trоublеѕоmе only fоr a minоritу оf раtiеntѕ. Currently, thеrе are ѕеvеrаl techniques аvаilаblе to аvоid fасiаl nerve injurу. Mеtiсulоuѕ ѕurgеrу is thе firѕt and fоrеmоѕt рrinсiрlе. In other ѕituаtiоnѕ, раrtiсulаrlу in a ѕсаrrеd оr рrеviоuѕlу ореrаtеd-оn glаnd, a nerve mоnitоr is indiѕреnѕаblе for identifying thе nеrvе with the соmрutеr before it can bе асtuаllу ѕееn. If thе nеrvе has to bе removed, as in the саѕе оf a salivary cancer, аn immеdiаtе nerve grаft саn be done. Thе numbnеѕѕ over the fасе can bе avoided if the ѕurgеоn iѕ аblе tо рrеѕеrvе thе аuriсulаr nerve аnd avoid ѕtrеtсhing. Finаllу, sweating оvеr thе face саn bе trеаtеd bу аррlуing аn аntiреrѕрirаnt tо thе affected аrеа рriоr to ingesting thе ѕаvоrу fооd. One additional tесhniԛuе wоrth mentioning is thе use оf a facelift incision tо аvоid an unѕightlу scar. This tесhniԛuе iѕ раrtiсulаrlу аррliсаblе fоr ѕmаll раrоtid tumors. In ѕummаrу, thе роtеntiаl riѕkѕ particular tо thiѕ tуре оf ѕurgеrу саn bе аvоidеd or treated with current аdvаnсеmеntѕ in technique. Join the Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/medfreelancers/ Subscribe YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/medfreelancers Contact details Mobile & WhatsApp No:- +91 9910580561 E-mail :- medfreelancers@gmail.com Services available in Delhi and NCR
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Warthin Tumor (Salivay Gland Neoplasm) - part 1
 
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Warthin Tumor (Salivay Gland Neoplasm) - part 1 Warthin tumor or papillary cystadenoma lymphomatosum is a benign neoplasm that occurs almost exclusively in the parotid gland. Although it is much less common than the pleomorphic adenoma, it represents the second most common benign parotid tumor, accounting for 5% to 14% of all parotid neo- plasms. The name adenolymphoma also has been used for this tumor, but this term should be avoided because it overemphasizes the lymphoid component and may give the mistaken impression that the lesion is a type of lymphoma. Analyses of the epithelial and lymphoid components of the Warthin tumor have shown both to be polyclonal; this suggests that this lesion may not represent a true neoplasm but would be better classified as a tumorlike process. The pathogenesis of these tumors is uncertain. The traditional hypothesis suggests that they arise from heterotopic salivary gland tissue found within parotid lymph nodes. However, researchers have also sug- gested that these tumors may develop from a prolifera-tion of salivary gland ductal epithelium that is associated with secondary formation of lymphoid tissue. This latter theory is supported by studies that have found cytogenetic abnormalities in the epithelial component. A number of studies have demonstrated a strong asso- ciation between the development of this tumor and smoking. Smokers have an eightfold greater risk for Warthin tumor than do nonsmokers. The Warthin tumor usually appears as a slowly growing, painless, nodular mass of the parotid gland. It may be firm or fluctuant to palpation. The tumor most frequently occurs in the tail of the parotid near the angle of the mandible, and it may be noted for many months before the patient seeks a diagnosis. One unique feature is the tendency of Warthin tumor to occur bilaterally, which has been noted in 5% to 17% of reported cases. Most of these bilateral tumors do not occur simultaneously but are metachronous (occurring at different times). In rare instances, the Warthin tumor has been reported within the submandibular gland or minor salivary glands. However, because the lymphoid com- ponent is often less pronounced in these extraparotid sites, the pathologist should exercise caution to avoid overdiagnosis of a lesion better classified as a papillary cystadenoma or a salivary duct cyst with oncocytic ductal metaplasia. Warthin tumor most often occurs in older adults, with a peak prevalence in the sixth and seventh decades of life. The observed frequency of this tumor is much lower in blacks than in whites. Most studies show a decided male predilection, with some early studies demonstrating a male-to-female ratio up to 10:1. However, more recent investigations show a more bal- anced sex ratio. Because Warthin tumors have been associated with cigarette smoking, this changing sex ratio may be a reflection of the increased prevalence of smoking in women over the past few decades. This association with smoking also may help explain the frequent bilaterality of the tumor, because any tumori- genic effects of smoking might be manifested in both parotids. The Warthin tumor has one of the most distinctive histopathologic patterns of any tumor in the body. Although the term papillary cystadenoma lympho- matosum is cumbersome, it accurately describes the salient microscopic features. The tumor is composed of a mixture of ductal epithelium and a lymphoid stroma . The epithelium is oncocytic in nature, forming uniform rows of cells surrounding cystic spaces. The cells have abundant, finely granular eosinophilic cyto- plasm and are arranged in two layers. The inner luminal layer consists of tall columnar cells with centrally placed, palisaded, and slightly hyperchromatic nuclei. Beneath this is a second layer of cuboidal or polygonal cells with more vesicular nuclei. The lining epithelium demonstrates multiple papillary infoldings that protrude into the cystic spaces. Focal areas of squamous metaplasia or mucous cell prosoplasia may be seen. The epithelium is supported by a lymphoid stroma that frequently shows germinal center formation. Surgical removal is the treatment of choice for patients with Warthin tumor. The procedure usually is easily accomplished because of the superficial location of the tumor. Some surgeons prefer local resection with minimal surrounding tissue; others opt for superficial parotidectomy to avoid violating the tumor capsule and because a tentative diagnosis may not be known pre- operatively. A 6% to 12% recurrence rate has been reported. Many authors, however, believe that the tumor is frequently multicentric in nature; therefore, it is difficult to determine whether these are true recur- rences or secondary tumor sites. Malignant Warthin tumors (carcinoma ex papillary cystadenoma lym- phomatosum) have been reported but are exceedingly rare.
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Swollen Glands - the signs and symptoms
 
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For more information look here: http://patient.info/blogs/sarah-says/swollen-glands-what-do-they-mean Dr Sarah Jarvis talks about the most common causes of swollen lymph glands and what the best ways are to treat them. For more support dealing with swollen glands visit our forums http://patient.info/forums/discuss/browse/salivary-gland-disorders-2158 Join us online: Website - http://patient.info/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/patient Twitter - https://twitter.com/patient Pinterest - https://uk.pinterest.com/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+patientuk/posts
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10 Diseases You Can Get Through KISSING!
 
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10 Diseases You Can Get Through KISSING! Number 10: Gum Disease. The American Dental Hygiene Association (ADHA) reported that 80% of Americans have gum disease. The scary thought is that these statistics are only based on people who have had a dental screening. Can gum disease be transmitted through kissing? According to Dr. Mark A. Reynolds. Chairman of the periodontics department at the University of Maryland Dental School, the answer is yes. Research has found that the bacteria that cause gum disease can be passed from one person to another through saliva. Number 9: Cold Sores. Cold sores, or fever blisters, are caused by a herpes simplex virus or HSV-1. These small, fluid-filled lesions occur in the area around your mouth, most commonly on and around the lips. Cold sores are highly contagious and can spread through skin to skin contact like kissing, or contact with genital secretions. It can also spread by sharing a cup, eating utensils, or lip balm or lipstick with someone who has it. Number 8: Polio. Polio is a highly infectious disease caused by a virus. It invades the nervous system, and can cause total paralysis in a matter of hours. Among those paralysed, 5% to 10% die when their breathing muscles become immobilized. Symptoms include fever, limb pain, fatigue, headache and stiffness in the neck. Polio is spread through contact with stool from an infected person. Although less common, polio transmission occurs through contact with respiratory droplets or saliva. Number 7: Syphilis. Syphilis is a highly contagious disease spread primarily by sexual activity, including oral and anal sex. Occasionally, the disease can be passed to another person through prolonged kissing or close bodily contact. If left untreated, syphilis can cause serious and permanent problems such as dementia, blindness, or death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, new cases of syphilis have doubled between 2005 and 2013. In 2014, the number of new cases had risen to 19,999. Number 6: Mumps. Mumps is an extremely contagious viral infection of the salivary glands that most commonly affects children. The most obvious symptom is swelling of one or both of the salivary glands on the sides of the face. Complications can include encephalitis, meningitis, painful swelling of the testicles or the ovaries; pancreatitis; and hearing loss. The virus is spread through coughing, sneezing, kissing or sharing drinks, utensils, food or water bottles. Number 5: The Kissing Disease. Infectious mononucleosis, or mono, refers to a group of symptoms usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). It typically occurs in teenagers, but you can get it at any age. The virus is spread through saliva, which is why some people call it “the kissing disease.” The symptoms may include fever, sore throat, swollen lymph glands in the neck and armpits, headache, fatigue, muscle weakness, swollen tonsils, and night sweats. Number 4: Cytomegalovirus. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection is a disease caused by a type of herpes virus. The infection is spread through blood transfusions, organ transplants, respiratory droplets, saliva, sexual contact, urine, and tears. Symptoms may include These may include enlarged lymph nodes, especially in the neck, fever, fatigue, loss of appetite, malaise, muscle aches, rash, and sore throat. Number 3: Rubella. Rubella, also known as German measles, is a disease caused by the rubella virus. Although considered a mild illness, it can be very serious for pregnant women and their developing babies. Rubella is spread by contact with saliva or mucus from the mouth, nose or throat of an infected person. When an infected person coughs or sneezes, the virus spreads through droplets in the air. Sharing food, drinks or cigarettes, or kissing someone who has the virus can also put you at risk. Number 2: Hepatitis B. Hepatitis B is a virus (HBV) that infects the liver and can cause liver inflammation called "hepatitis." The virus is spread by contact with blood, semen, and vaginal secretions. It can spread from the mother to her child during birth. Common causes of transmission include unprotected sexual contact, sharing needles among injection drug users, re-use of contaminated needles and syringes, and sharing of razor blades or toothbrushes. Number 1: Bacterial Meningitis. Bacterial meningitis is a serious illness caused by germs that are usually passed from one person to another through coughing and sneezing, and through kissing, sexual contact, and contact with infected blood. Sharing eating utensils, glasses, food, or towels can also spread the bacteria. Although symptoms may vary, the more common signs and symptoms of meningitis include high fever, stiff neck, severe headaches, vomiting, discomfort of bright lights, drowsiness, and lack of appetite.
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Symptoms of Brain Tumors
 
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Dr. Len Cerullo, CINN Medical Director and Neurosurgeon, discusses the most common signs and symptoms of brain tumors. These symptoms are as variable as the parts of the brain where tumors may present. Symptoms of brain tumors may include dizziness, weakness, seizures, behavior changes, headaches in rare cases and other neurologic deficits. Dr. Cerullos experience spans over twenty-five years of treating patients with brain tumors at one of the largest and most comprehensive neurosurgical practices in the country.
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Quit Smoking - Leukoplakia - Wake Up Call
 
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It is a small spot on the inside of my right cheek. It is close to my saliva gland. It is not painful. I was the one that noticed it.
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Natural Cure for Stones in Salivary Glands
 
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In November 2009 I diagnosed with Sialolithiasis by an ER doctor. One of the causes is dehydration (see below) and I drank very little water on the day when this happened because I forgot to bring my water jug with me to work. I'm usually very busy at work and the tap water has a chemical taste/smell to it, which is why I forgot to drink water and also why I didn't fill up a cup from the tap. This is the most pain I have had in my life. It was the most excruciating and unbearable pain I have ever felt. I hate going to doctors and especially the ER, but I was unable to sleep, sit, stand or do anything. Sialolithiasis refers to the formation of stones in the salivary glands. Stones are most commonly found in the submandibular gland, where stones can obstruct Wharton's duct. It is frequently associated with chronic infection (Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus viridans) of the glands, dehydration (phenothiazines), and/or increased local levels of calcium, but in many cases can arise idiopathically. Pain, when present, usually originates from the floor of the mouth, although in many cases the stones cause only intermittent swelling. Follow me on facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/menotbrainwashed
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Lymph Nodes & Swollen Glands - Andrew Alexander, MD
 
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Lymph nodes help your body recognize and fight germs, infections and other foreign substances. A swollen gland is an enlargement of one or more lymph nodes. We went to Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs and spoke with Dr. Andrew Alexander, asking him to tell us why people get swollen glands?
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Warthin Tumor (Salivay Gland Neoplasm) - part 2
 
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Warthin Tumor (Salivay Gland Neoplasm) - part 2 Warthin tumor or papillary cystadenoma lymphomatosum is a benign neoplasm that occurs almost exclusively in the parotid gland. Although it is much less common than the pleomorphic adenoma, it represents the second most common benign parotid tumor, accounting for 5% to 14% of all parotid neo- plasms. The name adenolymphoma also has been used for this tumor, but this term should be avoided because it overemphasizes the lymphoid component and may give the mistaken impression that the lesion is a type of lymphoma. Analyses of the epithelial and lymphoid components of the Warthin tumor have shown both to be polyclonal; this suggests that this lesion may not represent a true neoplasm but would be better classified as a tumorlike process. The pathogenesis of these tumors is uncertain. The traditional hypothesis suggests that they arise from heterotopic salivary gland tissue found within parotid lymph nodes. However, researchers have also sug- gested that these tumors may develop from a prolifera-tion of salivary gland ductal epithelium that is associated with secondary formation of lymphoid tissue. This latter theory is supported by studies that have found cytogenetic abnormalities in the epithelial component. A number of studies have demonstrated a strong asso- ciation between the development of this tumor and smoking. Smokers have an eightfold greater risk for Warthin tumor than do nonsmokers. The Warthin tumor usually appears as a slowly growing, painless, nodular mass of the parotid gland. It may be firm or fluctuant to palpation. The tumor most frequently occurs in the tail of the parotid near the angle of the mandible, and it may be noted for many months before the patient seeks a diagnosis. One unique feature is the tendency of Warthin tumor to occur bilaterally, which has been noted in 5% to 17% of reported cases. Most of these bilateral tumors do not occur simultaneously but are metachronous (occurring at different times). In rare instances, the Warthin tumor has been reported within the submandibular gland or minor salivary glands. However, because the lymphoid com- ponent is often less pronounced in these extraparotid sites, the pathologist should exercise caution to avoid overdiagnosis of a lesion better classified as a papillary cystadenoma or a salivary duct cyst with oncocytic ductal metaplasia. Warthin tumor most often occurs in older adults, with a peak prevalence in the sixth and seventh decades of life. The observed frequency of this tumor is much lower in blacks than in whites. Most studies show a decided male predilection, with some early studies demonstrating a male-to-female ratio up to 10:1. However, more recent investigations show a more bal- anced sex ratio. Because Warthin tumors have been associated with cigarette smoking, this changing sex ratio may be a reflection of the increased prevalence of smoking in women over the past few decades. This association with smoking also may help explain the frequent bilaterality of the tumor, because any tumori- genic effects of smoking might be manifested in both parotids. The Warthin tumor has one of the most distinctive histopathologic patterns of any tumor in the body. Although the term papillary cystadenoma lympho- matosum is cumbersome, it accurately describes the salient microscopic features. The tumor is composed of a mixture of ductal epithelium and a lymphoid stroma . The epithelium is oncocytic in nature, forming uniform rows of cells surrounding cystic spaces. The cells have abundant, finely granular eosinophilic cyto- plasm and are arranged in two layers. The inner luminal layer consists of tall columnar cells with centrally placed, palisaded, and slightly hyperchromatic nuclei. Beneath this is a second layer of cuboidal or polygonal cells with more vesicular nuclei. The lining epithelium demonstrates multiple papillary infoldings that protrude into the cystic spaces. Focal areas of squamous metaplasia or mucous cell prosoplasia may be seen. The epithelium is supported by a lymphoid stroma that frequently shows germinal center formation. Surgical removal is the treatment of choice for patients with Warthin tumor. The procedure usually is easily accomplished because of the superficial location of the tumor. Some surgeons prefer local resection with minimal surrounding tissue; others opt for superficial parotidectomy to avoid violating the tumor capsule and because a tentative diagnosis may not be known pre- operatively. A 6% to 12% recurrence rate has been reported. Many authors, however, believe that the tumor is frequently multicentric in nature; therefore, it is difficult to determine whether these are true recur- rences or secondary tumor sites. Malignant Warthin tumors (carcinoma ex papillary cystadenoma lym- phomatosum) have been reported but are exceedingly rare.
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Dr Surender Dabas on Head and Neck cancers  (Hindi)
 
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Dr Surender Dabas, Consultant Surgical Oncologist from Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, New Delhi talks about Head and Neck cancers Learn more about cancers at http://www.IndianCancerCare.org
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Tony Gwynn's wife reacts to MLB's banning of chewing tobacco
 
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The wife of San Diego Padres legend Tony Gwynn, who died of salivary gland cancer more than two years ago, considers it a victory that Major League Baseball has banned chewing tobacco. ◂ San Diego's News Source - 10News, KGTV, delivers the latest breaking news, weather forecasts, video on demand and live video streaming straight to you, keeping you in touch anywhere, any time. It's the best way to keep informed and connected to your community wherever and whenever you want backed by the resources of 10News - San Diego, California. For more download the 10News mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-kgtv Android: http://bit.ly/kgtv-android
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Dry Mouth -  Causes, Symptoms, Treatments & More…
 
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Rehealthify offers reliable, up-to-date health information, anytime, anywhere, for free. -- video script below -- Dry mouth is the feeling that there is not enough saliva in your mouth. Everyone has a dry mouth once in a while - if they are nervous, upset or under stress. But if you have a dry mouth all or most of the time, it can be uncomfortable and can lead to serious health problems. Symptoms of dry mouth include A sticky, dry feeling in the mouth Trouble chewing, swallowing, tasting, or speaking A burning feeling in the mouth A dry feeling in the throat Cracked lips A dry, rough tongue Mouth sores An infection in the mouth Dry mouth is not a normal part of aging. Causes include some medicines, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and nerve damage. Salivary gland diseases, Sjogren's syndrome, HIV/AIDS, and diabetes can also cause dry mouth. Treatment depends on the cause. Things you can do include sipping water, avoiding drinks with caffeine, tobacco, and alcohol, and chewing sugarless gum or sucking on sugarless hard candy. NIH: National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
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What Can Cause Neck Cancer?
 
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Head and neck cancer symptoms signs head cancers national institute. Irish causes and prevention of mouth, head neck cancer. In addition to physical signs of head and neck cancer, like tumors, these cancers often cause symptoms that are similar less serious conditions, the common cold different depending on where in cancer started. Memorial sloan kettering cancer center. Head and neck cancer symptoms & signs of head understanding risk factors causes macmillan support. Cancer cancer types neck symptoms and signs url? Q webcache. Head and neck cancer nhs choicesmedlineplus. The following tests can diagnose mouth, head and neck cancers 3 may 2016 the exact cause of is unknown. Hpv and head & neck cancer what do i need to know throat causes mayo clinic. To diagnose head and neck cancer, your doctor will do a physical exam diagnostic tests cancers of the are some few for which particular cause can often be identified most squamous cell carcinomas malignant many these symptoms also caused by other health conditions. There are things called risk factors that can increase your chance of getting if known, what was the cause head or neck cancer? . Most neck lumps are benign, but it's important to get them checked out by your 11 apr 2017 head and cancer symptoms five signs of the disease you should know. Hpv and head & neck cancer johns hopkins medicine. Symptoms and diagnosis of mouth, head neck cancer. Neck cancers national cancer institute. Head and neck cancer symptoms signs. Infection with cancer causing types of human papillomavirus (hpv), especially hpv type 16, is a risk factor for some head and neck cancers, particularly oropharyngeal cancers that involve the tonsils or base tongue (9 11) in mouth may cause sores swelling jaw. Head and neck cancer signs & symptoms healthcommunities. There may be a lump or sore in read about the main types of cancer that affect head and neck including mouth symptoms can include persistent ulcers 26 jan 2017 different each type. Fortunately, most head and neck cancers produce early symptoms. You should know the potential warning signs so you can alert your doctor as soon 14 oct 2015 neck lumps, or masses, be caused by many different factors. Googleusercontent search. Symptoms of head and neck cancer five signs the deadly wikipedia. Irish head and neck cancer get facts on symptoms stagingamerican academy of otolaryngology lump 37 causes, treatments & pictures healthline. People with head and neck cancer often experience the following symptoms or signs. Sometimes, people with head and neck cancer do not have any of these tobacco alcohol use are risk factors for salivary gland cancers. Your cancer we don't know exactly what causes head and neck. See your most head and neck cancers that happen as a result of hpv infection occur in the throat cancer comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment pharyngeal accumulating cells can form tumor johns hopkins surgeon carole fakhry answers questions about oral hpv, smoking al
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Pathology Grossing of a Parotid tumor (Salivary Gland)
 
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Performed by Dr. Micah Will at the U.S. Air Force Academy 10th Medical Group. This was found to be a Pleomorphic Adenoma (aka Benign Mixed Tumor).
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Lung Cancer - Symptom, Causes & Diagnosis (Finding Earth)
 
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Lung cancer Symptoms of lung cancer that are in the chest: • Coughing, especially if it persists or becomes intense • Pain in the chest, shoulder, or back unrelated to pain from coughing • A change in color or volume of sputum • Changes in the voice or being hoarse • Harsh sounds with each breath (stridor) • Recurrent lung problems, such as bronchitis or pneumonia • Coughing up phlegm or mucus, especially if it is tinged with blood • Coughing up blood • A cough that does not go away or gets worse. • Coughing up blood or rust-colored sputum (spit or phlegm) • Chest pain that is often worse with deep breathing, coughing, or laughing If the original lung cancer has spread, a person may feel symptoms in other places in the body. Common places for lung cancer to spread include other parts of the lungs, lymph nodes, bones, brain, liver, and adrenal glands. Symptoms of lung cancer that may occur elsewhere in the body: • Muscle wasting (also known as cachexia) • Fatigue • Headaches, bone or joint pain • Bone fractures not by injury • unsteady gait or memory loss • Neck or facial swelling • General weakness • Bleeding • Blood clots • Hoarseness. • Weight loss and loss of appetite. • Shortness of breath. Causes of lung cancer: Smoking Asbestos fibers Radon gas Familial predisposition Lung disease Prior history of lung cancer Air pollution Occupational exposure and pollution Exposure to certain chemicals and substances used in several occupations and industries has been linked to a slightly higher risk of developing lung cancer. These chemicals and substances include: • arsenic • asbestos • beryllium • cadmium • coal and coke fumes • silica • nickel Diagnosis • Imaging tests • Sputum cytology • Tissue sample (biopsy)
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Smoking causes throat cancer
 
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Head and Neck Cancer: Frequently Asked Questions
 
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Wayne Koch, director of the Johns Hopkins Head and Neck Cancer Surgery Center, answers commonly asked questions about head and neck cancers, including symptoms, risk factors, treatment and quality of life issues. Learn more: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/otolaryngology/specialty_areas/head_neck_cancer_surgery_center/ Questions Answered: 1. What are the symptoms for head and neck cancer? 0:04 2. What are the risk factors associated with head and neck cancer? 1:14 3. What are the advantages of robotic surgery? 3:52 4. How do you balance quality of life concerns when determining the appropriate treatment plan? 5:06
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Smoking Kills 1 cigaret contains more than 4000 Chemicals.
 
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i created this video on youtube editor.The video title is `smoking kills` and there are many harmful side effects are described in this video. Cigarette smoking causes cancer of the mouth and throat, esophagus, stomach, colon, rectum, liver, pancreas, voicebox (larynx), trachea, bronchus, kidney and renal pelvis, urinary bladder, and cervix, and causes acute myeloid leukemia. smoking causes a variety of adverse effects on organs that have no direct contact with the smoke itself such as liver. The liver is an important organ that has many tasks. Among other things, the liver is responsible for processing drugs, alcohol and other toxins to remove them from the body. Heavy smoking yields toxins which induce necroinflammation and increase the severity of hepatic lesions (fibrosis and activity scores) when associated with hepatitis C virus (HCV) or hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection Cigarette smoking increases the risk of developing HCC among chronic liver disease (CLD) patients independently of liver status. Association of smoking with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) irrespective of HBV status has been reported. One of the better-known ingredients in a tobacco cigarette, of course, is nicotine. This drug can be just as addicting as heroin, research has suggested, and helps keep smokers coming back for more. “The amount of nicotine in cigarettes is not harmful, except for one thing — it keeps people smoking and that’s harmful,” “There are somewhere between 4,000 and 7,000 chemicals. And a cigarette would not necessarily continue to burn if it weren’t for these additives that the tobacco industry puts in them.” Some of the chemicals in cigarette smoke are also found in batteries, rocket fuel, toilet cleaners and rat poison. But while those products boast warning labels about the dangers of their ingredients, cigarette packaging has no warnings about the toxic chemicals released via cigarette smoke. More than 70 of those chemicals are known to cause cancer, according to the CDC. One of those, arsenic, which can also be found in rat poison, is not only carcinogenic, but causes damage to the heart and blood vessels. Another – the colorless, flammable formaldehyde – is used to kill bacteria and preserve dead bodies, and exposure to it has been linked to several cancers, according to the National Cancer Institute Smoking can affect the health of your mouth and throat. As well as the obvious effects such as unsightly stains on your teeth and bad breath, smoking is the major cause of cancers of the mouth, throat, oesophagus, pharynx, larynx (voice box), tongue, lips and salivary glands. Smoke from other people’s cigarettes, pipes, or cigars (secondhand smoke) also causes lung cancer. When a person breathes in secondhand smoke, it is like he or she is smoking. In the United States, two out of five adults who don’t smoke and half of children are exposed to secondhand smoke, and about 7,300 people who never smoked die from lung cancer due to secondhand smoke every year. Lighting a cigarette creates over 4000 harmful chemicals with hazardous adverse effects on almost every organ in the body. The impact of heavy smoking on the pathogenesis of liver disease and response to interferon therapy among chronic hepatitis patients has been overlooked. Before we begin this article; it is necessary to define who is a heavy smoker and to shed light on the common toxic constituents of cigarette smoking. Smoking is a leading cause of cancer and death from cancer. It causes cancers of the lung, esophagus, larynx, mouth, throat, kidney, bladder, liver, pancreas, stomach, cervix, colon, and rectum, as well as acute myeloid leukemia smoking causes a variety of adverse effects on organs that have no direct contact with the smoke itself such as liver. The liver is an important organ that has many tasks. Among other things, the liver is responsible for processing drugs, alcohol and other toxins to remove them from the body. Heavy smoking yields toxins which induce necroinflammation and increase the severity of hepatic lesions (fibrosis and activity scores) when associated with hepatitis C virus (HCV) or hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection Cigarette smoking increases the risk of developing HCC among chronic liver disease (CLD) patients independently of liver status. Association of smoking with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) irrespective of HBV status has been reported. One of the better-known ingredients in a tobacco cigarette, of course, is nicotine. This drug can be just as addicting as heroin, research has suggested, and helps keep smokers coming back for more. Tune used in video:Anguish by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400047 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Finding and Removing Tongue Cancer
 
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Early detection is critical in treating any type of cancer, particularly when it’s mouth cancer. Health experts say, where the cancer is found determines the type of treatment. Kevin Owen was diagnosed with a rare form of tongue cancer called squamous cell carcinoma. “I thought it was just a scar on the side of my tongue and it ended up being a carcinoma. I was shocked. I was scared.” Dr. Anthony Anfuso, a head and neck cancer surgeon on staff at Lee Memorial Health System, says tongue cancer can be found in two locations: on the front of the tongue, or at the base of the tongue where it’s difficult to see. “If you have cancer on the oral tongue that is going to be treated almost always with surgery. If you have it at the base of the tongue that would be a non-surgical treatment.” Regardless of where the cancer is found health experts say the two most common causes for the cancer are smoking or chewing tobacco or, like in Kevin’s case, a lesion on the tongue that won’t heal. “I had bit my tongue a number of times and I thought it was just a scar from biting my tongue, but then it started becoming circular and it started looking a little different,” said Kevin. A week after being diagnosed, Kevin underwent surgery to have the cancer removed. “If you catch a tongue cancer when it’s a small lesion and there are no involved lymph nodes you can surgically remove it and the lymph nodes. The prognosis is excellent. Well above 90 percent,” said Dr. Anfuso. Fortunately for Kevin, the cancer was caught and removed early. Health experts say patients who undergo surgery typically have a quick recovery where they are able to eat, drink, and talk normally within a few days. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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Dr. Magda Havas, PhD  - Cell Phones and Brain Cancer - The Interphone Study
 
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Interphone Witnesses testified about research into cell phone use and its potential impact on human health, as well as the potential side effects such as brain cancer and salivary gland tumors. Magda Havas is Associate Professor of Environmental & Resource Studies at Trent University where she teaches and does research on the biological effects of environmental contaminants. Dr. Havas received her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto, completed Post-Doctoral research at Cornell University, and taught at the University of Toronto before going to Trent University in Peterborough, Canada. Dr Magda Havas, PhD -- www.magdahavas.com Smelters & Air Pollution Magda Havas began research on acid rain and metal pollution in 1975 and worked at the Smoking Hills in the Canadian arctic, in Ontario near the INCO and Falconbridge metal smelters, and at Hubbard Brook in New Hampshire. She was Science Advisor to the Canadian Coalition on Acid Rain and her research (and that of others) helped bring in clean air legislation (Eastern Canadian Acid Rain Program) in 1985 that reduced sulphur dioxide emissions by 30% and lead to improvements in air and water quality and ultimately resulted in the recovery of lakes, which she also studied. Her paper "Red Herrings in Acid Rain Research" confronted the misconceptions that were being perpetrated about acid rain and its effects. Power Lines Dr. Havas's research since the 1990s is concerned with the biological effects of electromagnetic pollution including radio frequency radiation, electromagnetic fields, dirty electricity, and ground current. She works with diabetics as well as with individuals who have multiple sclerosis, tinnitus, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and those who are electrically hypersensitive. She also conducts research on sick building syndrome as it relates to power quality in schools. University Course on Electrosmog and ElectroHyperSensitivity Since the mid 1990s Dr. Havas has taught about electromagnetic pollution in several courses at Trent University and has supervised Reading Courses and Honours Thesis Projects in this area. One of the courses deals specifically with the biological effects of electromagnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation. This is one of the few courses available in North America at a senior undergraduate level critically examining the effects of non-ionizing radiation. Science & Policy Dr. Havas helped draft Resolution 15 that was passed by the International Association of Firefighters in August 2004 in Boston. She also helped draft a Ground Current Pollution Bill 143 that unanimously passed its second reading in the Ontario Legislative Assembly. This lead to amendments to the Distribution System Code introduced by the Ontario Energy Board to help mitigate ground current problems in rural Ontario. Expert Testimony She has given talks in more than a dozen countries on her research and provides expert testimony on the health effects of electromagnetic pollution as they relate to occupational exposure, high voltage transmission lines, magnetic fields, and both cell phone and broadcast antennas. Dr. Havas has been an advisor to several public interest groups and educational groups concerned with the health of the environment. She is currently science advisor on EMF-related issues to several non-profit organizations including: The Canadian Initiative to Stop Wireless Electric and Electromagnetic Pollution (WEEPInitiative); the Council on Wireless Technology Impacts (CWTI) and the EMR Policy Institute (EMRPI) in the US; HESE and the EM Radiation Research Trust (EMRRT) in the UK; International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety (ICEMS) in the EU; and the Nationaal Platform Stralingsrisicos (NPS) in the Netherlands. Publications Dr. Havas recently wrote, with Camilla Rees, Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution and has co-edited three books and has published more than 100 articles. Most Recent Study on the Heart Her most recent paper (October 22, 2010), documents definitive evidence that radiation from a cordless phone, common in many homes, causes heart arrhythmia and tachycardia (rapid heart rate) and alters the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system similar to a "fight-or-flight" stress response. It is the first study of its kind demonstrating such a dramatic and repeatable response to pulsed-microwave radiation at levels 0.5% of federal guidelines in both Canada and the U.S. This double-blind, peer-reviewed study in the European Journal of Oncology LIbrary Vol 5 2010, is called "Provocation Study using Heart Rate Variability shows Radiation from 2.4 GHz Cordless Phone affects Autonomic Nervous System." It clearly shows that some individuals are hypersensitive to this radiation and react immediately and only during active provocation.
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Tobacco company to Tony Gwynn's family: Dangers were obvious
 
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In response to Tony Gwynn family's wrongful death lawsuit, the U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company says the dangers of their product were \u0022open and obvious\u0022 and that Gwynn was properly warned. Gwynn died of salivary gland cancer in 2014.
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What are the signs and symptoms of throat cancer ? |FAQS on Health
 
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Still Smoking? Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall Details How To Design A Quit Plan
 
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Are you keeping your smoking habit a secret? It could be a potentially deadly one. Pfizer’s Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall details how to design a quit plan that’s right for you. Additional information can be found at: http://GetHealthyStayHealthy.com *This video is sponsored in part by Pfizer. http://drphil.com Subscribe to Dr. Phil: http://bitly.com/SubscribeDrPhil LIKE us on Facebook: http://bitly.com/DrPhilFacebook Follow us on Twitter: http://bitly.com/DrPhilTwitter Dr. Phil uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about real people. The Dr. Phil show provides the most comprehensive forum on mental health issues in the history of television. For over a decade, Dr. McGraw has used the show's platform to make psychology accessible and understandable to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using his top-rated show as a teaching tool, he takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying, drug abuse, domestic violence, depression, child abuse, suicide and various forms of severe mental illness.
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What Causes Tongue Swelling?
 
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What Causes Tongue Swelling? Your tongue is a vital and versatile muscle that aids in the digestion of food and helps you speak properly. You may not often think about the health of your tongue, but there are a number of conditions can affect this muscle. Tongue inflammation is one such condition. Tongue inflammation occurs when the tongue becomes swollen and possibly discolored. This can make the tongue appear as if it’s smooth. Other names for tongue inflammation include tongue infection, smooth tongue, glossodynia, glossitis, and burning tongue syndrome. What causes tongue inflammation? Tongue inflammation rarely occurs by itself. It often occurs within the context of other health problems. Allergic reactions Tongue inflammation may occur if you have an allergic reaction to toothpaste, mouthwash, dentures, denture creams, or retainers. Allergic reactions to certain medications may also cause this condition. Sjögren’s syndrome This condition results in the destruction of the saliva glands. When this occurs, you may develop dry mouth, which in turn can lead to tongue inflammation. Injury Burns or trauma inside the mouth may cause tongue inflammation. Vitamin deficiency Pathologically low levels of vitamin B-12 or iron may cause tongue inflammation. Skin conditions Certain skin conditions may cause tongue inflammation. Oral lichen planus is an inflammatory disease causing sores, swelling, and redness. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection that can present as a body rash. Pemphigus is an autoimmune disease that causes skin blistering. Yeast infections Yeast infections in the mouth, also known as thrush, can cause tongue inflammation. Ingesting irritants Alcohol, spicy foods, or tobacco may irritate the mouth and cause tongue inflammation. What are the symptoms of tongue inflammation? Symptoms of tongue inflammation depend on the severity of your condition and the health condition causing it. You may experience problems with chewing, swallowing, or speaking. You may have a sore, tender, or swollen tongue. Your tongue may change color and appear pale or red. A very serious symptom of tongue inflammation is when you experience severe swelling. This can block your airway. Call 911 immediately if you or someone else is experiencing severe swelling. Some people with this condition won’t feel pain. Their only symptom may be a swollen tongue. How is tongue inflammation diagnosed? Your doctor will examine your tongue to diagnose tongue inflammation. Examination may show that papillae are missing. Papillae are small, fingerlike projections typically found on the tongue. Your doctor may also note swelling of the tongue. Your doctor may ask you about your health history and recent trauma to the mouth or tongue in an effort to determine the underlying cause. They may ask about new toothpastes, new foods, or other triggers that might have caused a sudden onset of inflammation. If there’s no obvious cause for your symptoms, your doctor may perform other tests to determine the cause of your tongue inflammation. Blood tests are commonly used to see if you have a vitamin deficiency or anemia (low iron levels). They can also identify diseases like syphilis. In rare cases where your doctor suspects oral lichen planus, your doctor may take a biopsy, or tissue sample, for laboratory testing. What are the treatment options for tongue inflammation? Treatment of tongue inflammation focuses on two goals. First, it should reduce the inflammation and pain. Second, treatment of tongue inflammation should target the underlying health condition causing this problem. Your doctor may prescribe an anti-inflammatory drug or suggest an over-the-counter remedy like ibuprofen. These medications can help minimize inflammation and reduce pain while your doctor treats the underlying condition. To treat the condition causing tongue inflammation, your doctor may prescribe medications such as antibiotics, antifungals, or antimicrobials. They may also recommend dietary or lifestyle changes such as stopping smoking and avoiding alcohol. Your doctor may also recommend you take supplements such as iron or vitamin B-12. Good oral hygiene may also help reduce symptoms of tongue inflammation. Be sure to brush and floss your teeth every day. Have your teeth examined and cleaned by a dental professional on a regular basis. When should I seek medical care? You may or may not need to call your doctor if you have symptoms of tongue inflammation. Swelling and inflammation of the tongue typically resolve after several days. If symptoms are still present after 10 days, contact your doctor. You should also contact your doctor if you have trouble swallowing, breathing, or speaking.
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Resection of Parotid Tumor & Neck Dissection - Cyprus Facial Surgery
 
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General Information about Oral, Head and Neck Cancer 1. Oral, Head and Neck Cancer most commonly refers to squamous cell carcinoma of the tongue, throat, and voice box. However, often, head and neck cancer also refers to other types of cancer that arises in the nasal cavity, sinuses, lips, mouth, thyroid glands, salivary glands, throat, or voice box. 2. HPV or human papillomavirus appears to be responsible for the rise in cancers of the oropharynx (tonsil and base of tongue) in younger nonsmokers and is related to oral sex. 3. Tobacco and alcohol use are the leading causes of mouth and voice box cancers. ORAL CANCER Because the mouth is a region where changes can be easily seen, oral cancer can be detected in its early stages. Performing a self examination regularly will help in the early recognition and detection of oral cancer, and increase the chance for cure. Factors That May Cause Cancer Research has identified a number of factors that may contribute to the development of oral cancer.The most common are the use of tobacco and alcohol. Others include poor oral hygiene, irritation caused by ill-fitting dentures and rough surfaces on teeth, poor nutrition, some chronic infections and combinations of these factors. Studies have shown that the death rate from oral cancer is about four times higher for cigarette smokers than for nonsmokers. It is also widely believed in the medical field that the heat generated by smoking pipes and cigars irritates the mouth and can lead to lip cancer. Those at an especially high risk of developing oral cancer are over 40 years of age, heavy drinkers and smokers, or users of smokeless tobacco, including snuff. Perform a Self-Exam Monthly Oral and maxillofacial surgeons recommend that everyone perform an oral cancer self-exam each month. If you are at high risk for oral cancer — smoker, consumer of alcohol, user of smokeless tobacco, or snuff — you should see your general dentist or oral and maxillofacial surgeon for an annual exam. An oral examination is performed using a bright light and a mirror: • remove any dentures • look and feel inside the lips and the front of gums • tilt head back to inspect and feel the roof of your mouth • pull the cheek out to see its inside surface as well as the back of the gums • pull out your tongue and look at all of its surfaces • feel for lumps or enlarged lymph nodes (glands) in both sides of the neck including under the lower jaw. Early Detection and Treatment Provide a Better Chance for Cure When performing an oral cancer self-examination, look for the following: • white patches of the oral tissues — leukoplakia (figure a) • red patches — erythroplakia • red and white patches — erythroleukoplakia (figure b) • a sore that fails to heal and bleeds easily • an abnormal lump or thickening of the tissues of the mouth (figures c and d) • chronic sore throat or hoarseness • difficulty in chewing or swallowing • a mass or lump in the neck (figure e) See your oral and maxillofacial surgeon if you have any of these signs. If the oral and maxillofacial surgeon agrees that something looks suspicious, a biopsy may be recommended. A biopsy involves the removal of a piece of the suspicious tissue, which is then sent to a pathology laboratory for a microscopic examination that will accurately diagnose the problem. The biopsy report not only helps establish a diagnosis, but also enables the doctor to develop a specific plan of treatment. A Word About Oral Care Keep in mind that your mouth is one of your body’s most important early warning systems. Don’t ignore any suspicious lumps or sores. Should you discover something, make an appointment for a prompt examination. Early treatment may well be the key to complete recovery. . . ♦️More Info: www.cyprusfacialsurgery.com http://www.cyprusfacialsurgery.com/Metastatic-Squamous-Neck… . . #cyprusfacialsurgery #facialcosmeticsurgery #oralandmaxillofacialsurgery #DrNeophytosDemetriades
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Cancer and cigarettes (or  Bali Hai they call me...)
 
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My struggle to quit smoking due to lung cancer.
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