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    Are You at Risk for a Pulmonary Embolism?

    Are you a frequent air traveler? Does your job involve sitting for extended periods of time? Are you obese and have a family history of heart disease? If you answer ...

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    How Pesticides Impact Your Health

    A pesticide is a chemical substance that is developed to control pests such as insects, fungus and bacteria. It is used in agriculture and prevents infestations in livestock and plants. ...

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    Scorpion sting: Symptoms and treatments

    Although the bites of certain insects are frequent throughout life, there are certain cases that are important and urgent medical attention is required. This is the case of scorpion stings, ...

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    Coccyx fracture: Aftermath and consequences

    The bone called Coccyx or Tailbone is the smallest part of the bone in the spine and, therefore, it is also the least developed part of it. This in turn ...

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    Leptospirosis: Symptoms, infection and treatment

    It is known as leptospirosis or Weil's disease to a disease of bacterial origin, which represents a very important problem for public health by its distribution throughout the world, and ...

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    What to do with epileptic seizures

    Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that leads to seizure due to the abnormal functioning of certain neurons in the cerebral cortex. It is mistakenly thought that epilepsy is a mental ...

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How Do Our Brains Age?

Aging affects the body in numerous ways visible to the naked eye – wrinkles, gray hair, and shortened stature are almost ubiquitous signs a person ...
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