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Coping with Dementia

Things like forgetfulness, temporary confusion, difficulty remembering a name or word are a normal part of life. But when thinking problems or unusual behaviors...

What You Should Know About Uterine Fibroids in Menopause

Uterine fibroids are common formations and about 80 percent of women have fibroids by the age of 50. Uterine fibroids can cause mild symptoms...

What are the dangers of carotid artery occlusion?

Carotid artery occlusion is a pathology characterized by partial or complete occlusion of the lumen of the carotid arteries that carry blood to the...

Hereditary microspherocytosis: symptoms and characteristics

Hereditary microspherocytosis is a condition that causes red blood cells to be smaller than normal. It can also cause anaemia, jaundice and pain in the chest or abdomen. Read about symptoms and treatment for hereditary microspherocytosis

Acidification of the body: truths and myths” Strong bones and an alkaline diet: there is a link.

The key to a healthy body is maintaining an alkaline environment which can be achieved by eating an alkaline diet. This article discusses the myths about acidification of the body and how to maintain pH balance.

15 signs of epilepsy in a baby: Epilepsy in infants is not always visible

How do you know if a baby has epilepsy? Babies are just beginning to learn about the world, can't talk, and don't behave like...

Memory disorders: what they are and how they manifest themselves

Memory disorders, also known as amnesia, are neurological conditions that lead to memory loss. These disorders can be caused by a number of factors, from brain damage to Alzheimer's disease. Read this article for more information.

Dental formulas, what are they? What do the numbers and letters in the dental formulary mean?

Teeth are bony formations located in the human oral cavity, designed for the mechanical processing of food. In addition to biting and grinding food,...

Monkeypox infection in children: routes of infection, symptoms and treatment.

Monkeypox in children: routes of infection, symptoms and treatment. Not just adults: children contract monkeypox through play, household objects and hotel towels.

Pompe’s disease in infants and the elderly: causes and differences. Symptoms, prognosis, treatment.

Pompe's disease can proceed in a variety of ways, but the most serious difference in symptoms and outcomes depends on when it begins: in...

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