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Things to Know About Pulmonary Atresia and Pulmonary Embolus

December 9th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on Things to Know About Pulmonary Atresia and Pulmonary Embolus

What are pulmonary atresia and pulmonary embolus? Both are explained in depth here. Pulmonary atresia is the cause of heart diseases whereas pulmonary embolus some material that blocks the lung’s blood flow.

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Obesity Explained and How to Save Yourself from It

December 4th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on Obesity Explained and How to Save Yourself from It

We all know about obesity but do we know how to go about and medically explain obesity. Here is the technical description of obesity and how to overcome it.

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How Long a Baby Looks into Your Eyes May Signal Their Risk of Developing Autism

November 12th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on How Long a Baby Looks into Your Eyes May Signal Their Risk of Developing Autism

The time for which a baby might look into your eyes may be a sign of whether he or she could develop autism. Babies at risk tend to look less into the eyes by the age 3, as per a published research.

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Generic Viagra is Effective in Less Time

November 11th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on Generic Viagra is Effective in Less Time

Generic Viagra has better effectiveness and that is the reason for its soaring popularity. ED affected men can buy this ED treating drug online and save money.

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Peripheral Neuropathy: Loss of Peripheral Nerve Functionality

November 9th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on Peripheral Neuropathy: Loss of Peripheral Nerve Functionality

Peripheral neuropathy is the lack of the peripheral nerve’s functioning ability. The person’s risks increases with systemic diseases. Getting it checked and taking precautions against underlying conditions may prevent it.

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How Serious can Peritonitis Get?

November 6th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on How Serious can Peritonitis Get?

Inflammation of the peritoneum or the peritonitis often is the result of abdominal infections. There are certain other diseases that can result in this inflammation: like gall bladder issues.

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Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and Therapy

November 4th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and Therapy

Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is the WBC cancer type that affects the lymphatic system. Lymphoma takes place when the genetics of the WBC change sufficiently to let the cell grow uncontrollably.

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Oral cancer: Mouth and Throat Cancer

November 2nd, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on Oral cancer: Mouth and Throat Cancer

Oral cancer is the growth and spread of malignant tissues in the mouth. Lifestyle changes can hugely avoid oral cancer risks. Early diagnosis can treat this issue more successfully.

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Avoidance and Remedy of Oral Herpes

October 30th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on Avoidance and Remedy of Oral Herpes

Oral herpes is common and is characterized as oral blisters. Herpes simplex virus is responsible for it. The best way to avoid it is to not share items from people affected with oral herpes.

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What are Osgood-Schlatter Disease and Sever Disease?

October 29th, 2013, Posted by Gaye Jorgensen / Comments Off on What are Osgood-Schlatter Disease and Sever Disease?

Osgood-Schlatter disease causes pain below the knee in children. When the pain is at the back of the knee of children the condition is called Sever disease.

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