All You Should Know About Huntington’s disease

Huntington’s disease is an inherited brain disorder that causes progressive damage (degeneration) of nerve cells in the brain. Huntington’s disease happens due to the faulty gene that causes toxic proteins (huntingtin) to collect in brain. Toxic protein collect causes damage, leading to neurological symptoms such as thinking (cognitive) and psychiatric disorders, problem in movements. Huntington’s disease (HD) affects one person in… read more

How To Know If Your Child Is Born With Hirschsprung Disease?

Hirschsprung’s Disease affect the gastro-intestinal system especially the large intestine. Hirschsprung is a congentinal disease in which newborn is generally constipated and unable to empty the bowel. In most cases, this appears in newborn, even they are not able to pass meconium (the first stool). Hirschsprung diseases occurs when baby’s intestinal nerve cells (ganglion cells) don’t develop properly, hence called… read more