Teething or tooth eruption is a physiologic process that involves the emergence of a tooth in the oral cavity. Usually, teeth begin to appear in the mouth from 6-12 months of age and children have their full set of 20 teeth by the age of 3 years.
Bone density-related disorders are quite common across the world. In fact, a comprehensive analysis of the incidence of osteoporosis among those aged 15–105 (the most common bone density disorder) showed a prevalence of 23.1% in women and 11.7% in men worldwide.
Pediculosis refers to is the infestation of humans by lice. It affects many people worldwide and does not discriminate against gender or socioeconomic classes. There are three species of lice that can infest humans: the head louse, the body louse, and the crab louse. Lice cannot jump or fly. Transmission requires close contact, and symptoms usually take 2-6 weeks to appear.
Heart failure, also termed cardiomyopathy, is a progressive condition where your heart fails to pump blood adequately for your bodily needs. Globally, it is one of the top causes of hospitalization, per the World Heart Foundation.
Neck pain is among the most common symptoms of cervical spine degeneration in which the neck discs become dry and shrink with age. Studies estimate a prevalence of 60% in people over 40 as compared to 25% in those under 40.