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6 Signs Of A Heart Attack A Month Before It Happens

Every year, around 805,000 people in the United States have a heart attack, and about 605,000 of them experience it for the first time. Before a heart attack, many people have symptoms called prodromal symptoms. These can show up days or months before the actual heart...

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Contact Dermatitis On Lips: Cure And Preventive Measures

Contact dermatitis on the lips is also called allergic contact cheilitis or lip licker’s dermatitis. It occurs more often in women than in men and can affect people of all ages, but it's more common in adults than in children. For women, the most common cause of...

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What Can Be Mistaken for Scabies?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), scabies is a common skin disease affecting many people worldwide yearly. It spreads easily in crowded places like nursing homes, prisons, and child care centers, where people are close to each other. In real life,...

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Is Eczema an Autoimmune Disease?

Eczema is not exactly an autoimmune disease, but they are like distant cousins in health conditions. With autoimmune diseases, your immune system goes haywire and starts attacking specific parts of your body. But with eczema, it's not targeting anything specific like...

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Do Normal Blood Tests Show STDs?

When it comes to sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), detecting them through normal blood tests is complicated. Most routine blood tests don't specifically check for STDs unless you request them or your healthcare provider has reason to suspect it. However, some STDs...

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When Should I Be Worried About an Irregular Heartbeat?

An irregular heartbeat, in simple terms, means that your heart isn't beating with its usual, steady rhythm. Instead of the typical "thump-thump," it might feel slightly like a skip, flutter, or extra beat. While sometimes it's just a temporary hiccup, in certain...

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What Causes Psoriasis On The Face?

Your face is like a reflection of your physical health. It's more visible, more sensitive, and, let's be honest, it can be a bit of a drama queen when something's not right. Facial psoriasis can show up on your forehead, cheeks, and even around your eyes and mouth....

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How a Comprehensive Medication Review Works

Imagine you're at the doctor's, and they decide to do a complete medicine review for you. It's like deeply observing all the medications you're taking. This includes both prescription and over-the-counter. They will talk to you about your medical history, allergies,...

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What Is the Most Common Method for Drawing Venous Blood?

Blood, the bright red fluid running in your body, can reveal much information regarding your health. Healthcare professionals know how to draw blood from the vein while keeping their patients calm. Their venipuncture techniques are based on the patient’s pain...

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