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Diarrhea is a condition when a person passes loose and watery stools. In such a condition a person passes stools more than thrice a day. Acute diarrhea lasts for around two days and does not need any special treatment as it gets treated on its own whereas prolonged diarrhea persists for much longer time as compared to acute one and may even result in dehydration. This kind of diarrhea must not be ignored and a physician must be consulted soon.More...
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When Should You Test For Diabetics ?
Every person should test for diabetes if they have symptoms like being overweight and obese so that it can be detected on time according to the American Diabetes Association. Type 2 diabetes is a silent killer because it can occur in people without any symptoms. There are several grave risk factors of type 2 diabetes. By the time a person reaches 45 years of age, it is imperative that they begin getting tested for diabetes. More...
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Dengue is a viral infection which is caused b y the mosquitoes which cause high fever, muscle and joint pain, headaches, rash, vomiting and nausea. This infection is mild in majority, but some may experience dengue hemorrhagic fever which sometimes causes death.More...
Mosquitoes cause dengue fever which is an infectious disease that can be life threatening in some fatal cases. This deadly viral infection attacks during the months after rainy season in the subtropical and tropical areas like Africa, Southeast Asia, China, the Middle East, Caribbean, Central and South America, Australia and the south and central Pacific. In the past, dengue was known as break-bone fever because it causes intense muscle and joint pain.More...
The degenerative muscular diseases, also known as myopathies, result in making the skeletal muscles weak. Usually the myopathies are degenerative in nature, but they can also be caused due to side effects of certain drugs, chemical poisoning and chronic disorders afflicting the immune system.More...
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- Group Of People Most Affected By Myopathies
- Stem Cells And Mitochondrial Myopathy
- What Causes Myopathy ?
Dengue fever is caused due a virus that gets transmitted from the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito. Dengue is quite common is tropical and subtropical regions of the world, in particular in Southern America and Asia. Dengue fever causes fever, rash, and severe headache, muscle pain and joint pain. However, you can take steps to prevent dengue fever.More...
In 1907, a German psychiatrist and neuropathologist introduced the term degenerative brain disease for the first time. Under the umbrella of degenerative brain diseases several diseases are covered, like Alzheimer's disease, senility and dementia to name a few.More...