Dementia: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, and More

Dementia is not a disease. Instead, it is a syndrome – a set of symptoms – that occurs when neurons in the brain stop working, lose contact with other brain cells, and die. Eventually it loses its intellectual capacity, which is enough to disrupt a person’s daily life. Dementia can …

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Know Your Risk for Chronic Pain

Know Your Risk for Chronic Pain

According to a 2008 study published in the Journal of Pain, chronic pain currently affects approximately 116 million American adults – more common than diabetes, heart disease and cancer. But since pain can be caused by many different diseases, injuries, and conditions, there are many risk factors that need to …

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Why Is There Blood in My Urine (Hematuria)?

Why Is There Blood in My Urine (Hematuria)?

Deep urination can be caused by blood or other factors such as food or medicine, but it is always important to get to the root of the cause. Blood in your urine can be a sign of various medical conditions, especially those that affect the kidneys, bladder, urethra or prostate. …

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Primary and Metastatic Bone Cancers

Primary and Metastatic Bone Cancers

The difference between metastatic bone cancer and metastatic bone cancer is that bone marrow cancers begin and metastatic bone cancers occur when the bone attacks another organ, such as breast or lung cancer. ۔ The difference between primary and metastatic bone cancer is important because it affects the way cancer …

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Bedbugs

Bedbugs

Popular children’s poetry justifies this: bedbugs usually eat humans at night when they sleep (although they can bite sometimes during the day), and it’s the kind of insect that you don’t really have. Deal with want. (1) Bed bugs (or Semix lactolaris and Semix hampters, their scientific names) are blood-feeding …

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