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Jun 21, 2017
Numbness in the right arm may indicate a serious medical condition. Learn from the list of causes and respective symptoms to know your condition.
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Jun 21, 2017
Twitching in upper lip is considered a normal symptom due to excessive stress or neuro-humoral stimulation. However, many medical conditions may also be the cause.
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Jun 20, 2017
Dizziness when you bend over can have various causes such as vertigo or stress. Usually it's not serious; but sometimes, seeing a doctor is needed.
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Jun 20, 2017
Tingling in your left arm is often overlooked, but it can be the first sign of circulatory disorders like heart attack or stroke. Have it checked timely to avoid any serious problems.
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Jun 20, 2017
The function of pineal gland is to maintain youthfulness by ensuring a steady sleep and wake cycle. As we age, the pineal gland begins to calcify. Learn how to combat this common problem.
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Jun 19, 2017
The cerebrum is the most important part of the human brain. The functions of the cerebrum are split among the different lobes of the cerebrum. Learn the details.
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Nov 08, 2016
The left eye twitching could be an indication of an underlying complication in the body. This article will go over the probable causes for the twitching in your eye and the treatment options available.
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Jul 07, 2016
Does Parkinson's kill you? No, but complications can increase your risk. Parkinson’s is a neurodegenerative condition that is progressive. There's no cure, but it's treatable.
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Mar 27, 2016
Bell's palsy may cause a part of the face to paralyze and droop. Symptoms and causes of Bell's palsy vary, but steroid, antiviral medications as well as some home care are helpful in dealing with the situation.
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Dec 21, 2015
Is meningitis contagious? Yes. Essentially, the germs which cause the condition are contagious to anyone below the age of 25 years. Always contact your doctor to get it treated early.
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