LOJ Medical Sciences

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EISSN : 2641-1725
Published by: Lupine Publishers (10.32474)
Total articles ≅ 47

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Gayathri Delanerolle, Hadley Cl, Midtrevold M, Edvardsen Hme, Molden E, Shafiei M, Jacobsen D
Published: 14 September 2021
LOJ Medical Sciences, Volume 5, pp 574-579; https://doi.org/10.32474/lojms.2021.05.000225

Sarvananda L, Menusha Umayangani, Ajith Janaka Karunaratne
Published: 4 January 2019
LOJ Medical Sciences, Volume 2, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.32474/lojms.2018.02.000150

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are highly challenges to this world due to several reasons such as emerging trendurbanization, lifestyle transformations, and related factors. Individually and cumulatively, the epidemiological, demographic and socioeconomic transitions are fueling a surge in NCDs, which now account for 65% of all deaths in the country. Our review study has followed Literature survey method used to analysis how body mass index contributes to controlling progression of noncommunicable disease from various database. The burden of chronic non-communicable diseases (NCD) cannot reduce without equitable access to essential medicines. NCD medicines are critical for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases, and many type of cancers, mental and neurological disorders. Meanwhile, demand for medicines is growing rapidly along with the rising number of NCD patients. So, this review shows that body mass index can cure or stop the progression of non-communicable diseases by maintain healthy life pattern by following regular food habit and good physical activities. These studies suggests that maintaining body mass index (BMI) by following good healthy diet with physical activities can cure or stop progressive of non-communicable diseases
Sema Avcı, Burak Unal, Yigit Can Ahıska, Nurullah Uslu
Published: 14 December 2018
LOJ Medical Sciences, Volume 2, pp 1-2; https://doi.org/10.32474/lojms.2018.02.000144

Herpes zoster is a viral disease which is the reactivated form of varicella zoster virus. Herpes zoster usually characterized by skin eruptions and pain in specific dermatomes [1]. About 50% of lesions of herpes zoster in United States occur elderly patients. The highest incidence of disease is 7th decade of life [2]. Herpes zoster symptoms can mimic sciatalgia or weakness related to spine root compression [1].
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