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Blood Diseases Newborns Get

There are several blood disorders and diseases that newborns can develop. They are anemia of prematurely, hemorrhagic disease of the newborn, hemolytic disease of the newborn, neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia, and Rh disease. A blood disorder that is commonly seen...

Making Healthy Food Choices Fo...

You might have had your heart broken by love but you don’t want it to happen as the result of heart disease. There are a number of ways you can change your eating habits and start making healthy food choices for the best heart health possible. Theoretically, you...

Explaining The Disease Alzheim...

When you first hear the words, “You have Alzheimer’s disease”, it can be frightening, and difficult to comprehend especially if you may have heard little bits about the disease but are not really familiar with what exactly happens to someone who has...

Everyday Techniques In Dealing...

As an adult with dyslexia, you are not excused in dealing with day to day tasks that you need to complete for your survival. Thus, practicing some ways on how to deal with the common problems caused by the condition can be very beneficial, one way or another. Reading...

What To Do If You Are Losing Y...

You have discovered that the hair you see in the drain or on your brush is coming out in abnormally large amounts. You know you have a hair loss problem. Now is the time to see a doctor or dermatologist to see why you are losing your hair and to do something about it....

Cheating On Your Diet

Most diets involves significant calorie reduction, which is really necessary for losing weight but may have the unfortunate effect of making the body think it is starving, forcing it into fat-saving mode rather than fat-burning mode. Regularly indulging in forbidden...

Radiographer

The radiographer is an expert who uses radiography for producing images of the internal contents of the body. With the help of these images, the doctors diagnose the problems and then accordingly treat them. Therefore, they are very important in the medical field....
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recent from 18 Herpes And Zoster
Patients with the past history of chicken pox can fall prey to Zoster. It is also a viral disease which is the next step after cure of herpes. It is also famous by the name SHINGLES or Zoster. The virus that causes chicken pox is also the cause of Zoster. When the chicken pox get cured, the virus remains...
recent from 23 Can You Get Spider Vein Treatment
Can you get spider vein treatment? That is one question that only your doctor can answer after conducting a thorough physical examination and reviewing your medical history. The patient’s medical history is important because spider vein could be caused by age, heredity, medication or pregnancy. If you...
recent from 26 Laser Surgery
Laser surgery is a surgical procedure to reduce person’s dependency on glasses or contact glasses. This surgical procedure is designed to reshape the surface of cornea, which is necessary to improve your visual capacity. This treatment is used to improve or correct eye’s focus by permanently...
recent from 24 Complications Of Diabetes
There are many possible complications of diabetes including associated heart disease, stroke, diabetic neuropathies, diabetic retinopathy, erectile dysfunction, hypoglycemia, kidney disease of diabetes, kidney failure, sexual and urological problems associated with diabetes and stomach nerve damage. When...
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