Lungs, Breathing and Respiration
Your respiratory system takes in oxygen and removes harmful gases from your body. Respiratory disorders include asthma, pneumonia, and emphysema.
Your digestive system is responsible for breaking down the food you eat in order to harness the right nutrients and energy for your body.
Skin, Hair and Nails
Skin, our largest organ, is exposed making it vulnerable to harmful elements. Protect your skin to keep this complex organ healthy and disease free.
Bones, Joints and Muscles
A healthy lifestyle can help maintain your bones, joints and muscles that support your body and protect your internal organs.
Brain and Nerves
Your brain is your body’s control center for everything from movement to emotions. Your nerves relay messages to your brain at lightning speed.
Kidneys and the Urinary System
Each kidney may only be the size of your fist but takes part in the essential role of balancing nutrients and waste.
Female Reproductive System
The female reproductive system allows pregnancy and childbirth. But irregularities in your menstrual cycle, infertility, abnormal bloating, and pain in the pelvic area are cause for concern.
Eyes and Vision
Many sight-threatening diseases, if detected early, can be cured or treated to prevent or slow down the progression of vision loss.
Ear, Nose and Throat
Hearing loss, sinus problems, and ear infections are just a few ear, nose and throat problems that make up the area of medicine called otolaryngology.
Cancer is an abnormal growth of cells. Cancer cells do not function the way healthy cells do and can invade many areas of the body rapidly.
For many people, sexual health is often one of last concerns taken seriously. But your sexual health, from birth control to sexual dysfunction, is vital to both you and your partner.
Heart, Blood and Circulation
Your heart beats an average of 80 (range 60-100) times a minute to keep you going. You can prevent, cure or control many heart and circulatory system disorders through lifestyle changes, medication, or surgery.
Diabetes and the Endocrine System
Your endocrine system makes hormones that tell your cells what to do. Diabetes is an endocrine disorder in which your pancreas doesn’t make insulin properly. In type 2 diabetes, your body’s cells are also resistant to insulin, meaning that they can’t respond to it properly.
Male Reproductive System
The male reproductive system includes the sexual organs as well as the prostate and urethra, affecting fertility, erection, ejaculation and urination.