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  1. Uterine Fibroids: A Benign Tumour

    Uterine Fibroids: A Benign Tumour

    Uterine fibroids are benign (not cancer) growths that develop from the muscle tissue of the uterus. They also are called leiomyomas or myomas. The size, shape, and location of fibroids can vary greatly. They may be inside the uterus, on its outer surface or within its wall, or attached to it by a stem-like structure.

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  2. Facts About Painkillers That You Didn’t Know

    Facts About Painkillers That You Didn’t Know

    NSAID - the common pharmacological term that every person has come across. Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs are quite the commonest drugs that you will find in the medical stores. The term itself explains that it is used for quite common circumstances such as fever, nausea, rashes, pain, etc.. There can be people who might even develop an allergic attack to the common painkillers about 1% but people who have asthma but use all the drugs with caution (though cases only range up to 10%).

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  3. Cardiac Arrest: Cause, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

    Cardiac Arrest: Cause, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

    The Institute of Medicine says more than a million people experience cardiac arrest every year in the United States. Cardiac arrest is the result of abrupt loss stop of heart functioning causing the heartbeat to cease. Heartbeat is guided by electrical impulses, a change in the pattern of these impulses results in arrhythmia. In general 395,000 cases of cardiac arrest occur domestically, out of which less than 6 percent survive. 

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  4. Answering All Your Questions About Stroke

    Answering All Your Questions About Stroke

    Do you know how to recognize the signs of a stroke? Are you at risk? How can you help someone with a stroke? These are specific questions you must have running in your minds. We are here with a blog that will help you unravel the answers to all the stroke questions. Read them carefully and help yourself or your loved one recover from a stroke better. 

     

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  5. Masturbation For Men- Myths, Effects And Everything

    Masturbation For Men- Myths, Effects And Everything

    Masturbation is a natural and widespread activity of every human being, especially men. It is the safest way of exploring once body pleasure and sexual tension irrespective of background, genders, and races. Well, there are no physically harmful side effects of masturbation. But, excess of anything is bad. In fact, excessive masturbation can also harm your relationships and everyday life because of the excessive male semen release. Everybody has a different metabolism, and so the amount of release of the male hormone differs from person to person.

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  6. What To Eat & What To Avoid During Menstrual Cycle?

    What To Eat & What To Avoid During Menstrual Cycle?

    Many women experience uncomfortable symptoms during the menstrual cycle. Some foods can help relieve specific symptoms, while some others can make the symptoms worse. In menstruation, your iron levels are likely to drop, so incorporating fish in your diet would help counteract the loss. A scientific study suggests that omega-3s can help alleviate the intensity of your menstrual pain.

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  7. The Ultimate Guide To Oral Hygiene

    The Ultimate Guide To Oral Hygiene

    Take out a minute and think over your oral hygiene and your measures towards dental health. It's something which too many of us often overlook or tend to ignore but this must not be the case. Maintaining and developing good oral hygiene and dental health doesn't have to be time-consuming, expensive or difficult but can lead to several worthwhile benefits for the mouth and maintain proper dental care.

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  8. “Old Hag Syndrome” - The Sleep Paralysis

    “Old Hag Syndrome” - The Sleep Paralysis

    People often get such terrifying experiences because they seem to have full control over their senses even after they are paralyzed. The condition is sometimes accompanied by the sound of approaching footsteps, strange smells, and visions of weird shadows or sparkling eyes, and a heavyweight on the chest that makes it difficult to breathe, if not impossible. All of the senses of the victim are telling that there's something unusual going around with them. Rather than ghosts or demons, scientists also have an explanation for the condition. They call it - "Sleep paralysis" or sometimes "Isolated Sleep Paralysis".

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  9. Myths About HIV AIDS To Watch Out For

    Myths About HIV AIDS To Watch Out For

    Human immunodeficiency virus ( HIV) targets the immune system and weakens people's defense against many infections and certain types of cancer. As the virus destroys and impairs the function of immune cells, infected individuals gradually become immunocompromised. Immune function is usually measured by the CD4 cell count.

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  10. What Will Happen If You Are Allergic To Alcohol

    What Will Happen If You Are Allergic To Alcohol

    After reaching the legal age of drinking one more thing adds to your list which you need to take care off. Do you know, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 86.3% or even more U.S citizen above the age of 18 years have consumed alcohol at some of the time in their life

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