Liver disease outbreak among people living in Texas, Mississippi, Mississippi Gulf states

Thousands of people have been diagnosed with liver disease and more than a dozen states are seeing more cases, according to state health officials.The outbreaks are spreading quickly across the United States and have killed more than 7,400 people.The state health department said more than 3,600 people have tested positive for the coronavirus.The virus has […]

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Bacteria-derived vaccine against coronavirus linked to rare blood disorder

Bacteria have emerged as a potential vaccine for a rare blood condition that affects about 10,000 people worldwide, according to a new study.The study also found that the vaccine could help people in other ways, such as helping people with asthma.The findings are published online March 14 in the journal Science Translational Medicine.Researchers from the […]

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How to Survive Crohn’s and Colitis—What is Disease?

If you or someone you know has any symptoms of Crohn’ or Colitis, read on to learn what to do.The first step to treating the illness is recognizing what it is and what it means.If you have a sore or tenderness in your mouth, you can ask your doctor or pharmacist for a blood test […]

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What is brittle bone dementia?

In an increasingly globalised world, a disease such as brittle bone diseases is becoming more of a threat.There are some 70 million people worldwide with brittle bone disorders, according to the World Health Organization.The vast majority of these people suffer from mild to moderate symptoms, and their symptoms can vary from mild symptoms such as […]

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Disa stigo treatment: Peyronies disease treatment, a little something for the podiatrist

I’m not a podiatry doctor, but I’ve been hearing about podiatrists using peyronys disease treatment for quite some time now.It’s an expensive, often painful, and often controversial treatment, which is why I didn’t want to pay too much for it.Peyronies is a disease that affects the brain.It affects the area between the forehead and the […]

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How to treat liver disease with vitamin D3

This is the second installment in our Liver Health series.It explains the relationship between vitamin D and the risk of liver disease and how you can take advantage of the nutrients that are important for the liver to function normally.Read the previous installment: What to expect in the Liver Health Series: What You Need to […]

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Why do some people go into chronic diarrhoea and some go into gastroenteritis?

Chagas is a disease of the intestines, affecting the intestine lining, the small intestine and the small intestines and can lead to chronic diarrhea.It is a form of food poisoning caused by a bacteria, Campylobacter jejuni.Non-communicable diseases specialist (NCD-S) Dr Michael Murphy, from the University of Warwick, said: “Most people with chronic diarrhoeal will have […]

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What to know about cushing sclerosing cholera and Graves disease

There’s a new coronavirus that’s been detected in the United States, and it could be the first of its kind.Cushing’s Disease (CSD) is a rare disease that affects the central nervous system.It’s caused by the bacteria Pseudomonas, which is the same organism that causes Lyme disease.The infection can be passed from person to person through […]

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Which stages of Alzheimer’s disease will you be diagnosed with?

A disease called Alzheimers disease, which affects the brain and body, is estimated to affect about one in 50 people, making it one of the world’s fastest-growing cancers.It’s also one of many debilitating neurological disorders, including dementia, that affect the brain.Alzheimers is thought to be caused by a genetic mutation that affects the way the […]

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