Symptoms of Dehydration

Dehydration is a condition in which a person’s body doesn’t receive enough fluids and water. States of dehydration range from mild to very severe. The latter is extremely dangerous. That’s why it’s important to know the symptoms of dehydration. You may realize you yourself are dehydrated, or recognize these symptoms in someone else. You can […]

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Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology

Urinary tract involvement in endometriosis involves presence of endometriosis deposits within or around the bladder, ureters, urethra, or kidney. Urethral lesions may cause major morbidity as silent loss of renal function is common in these patients. Symptoms related to pelvic endometriosis and/or of urinary involvement maybe often nonspecific. The most common findings include menstrual symptoms, […]

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Heath and Development in Nations of the South

This paper proposes that health; like education, efficient political and cultural systems; is an essential component of a nation’s social and economic development. One benefit of efficient health systems is the creation and maintenance of a productive work force. People of working age should be healthy and able to contribute to their nation’s Gross Domestic […]

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Do You Feel Run Down?

If you are like many Americans, you feel tired often and seemingly without that much exertion. It isn’t an exact pin-pointable symptom that stands out, yet you simply “don’t feel well.” Fatigue and tiredness are becoming a normalized in society when the fact is that feeling that way on a consistent basis is not normal. […]

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Benefits of Storing Your Baby’s Cord Blood

Doctors often recommend cord blood banking to expectant parents. And they have a number of reasons for doing so. First of all, if you have any family history of diseases, cord or placental blood can offer you a safer future. Secondly, umbilical cord blood is the source of newborn stem cells, which are unique in […]

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Five Signs It’s Time to See a Physician

Parents tend to take their children to the doctor at the earliest sign of illness. But it’s easy to forget that, even as adults, some sicknesses need medical attention. If any of these signs appear, it’s probably best to head to a physician. Difficulty Breathing Having a bit of congestion during a cold is normal. […]

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