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11 Causes of Shoulder Pain

Some of you may be experiencing shoulder pain for the first time. Others are no stranger to it. Whichever one you are, there’s one thing everybody can agree with. Shoulder pain is not pleasant to deal with. You may not know it, but you use your shoulders for just about everything you do. You work out, pick up heavy objects, ...

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11 Causes of Blood in Your Stool

The first time you’ve ever seen brightly colored stool may have freaked you out. It’s okay to be concerned since it’s not the most pleasant sight. In fact, you may be relieved to hear that this is more common than you think. In addition, the symptoms often range from harmless to mild. With that said, it’s still important to identify ...

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12 Symptoms of Congestive Heart Failure

The term heart failure might sound frightening as though sudden death is imminent, however heart failure simply means the heart is unable to pump sufficient blood around the body to maintain the blood flow, keeping all the cells and organs satisfied. Since the organs have their jobs to perform, insufficient blood flow, the fuel for the cells, means the organs ...

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11 Symptoms of Anemia

Anemia is a disorder that affects millions around the world. Anemia is a somewhat tricky disorder to diagnose because symptoms depend on the type and maturity of the disorder. Some will experience symptoms caused by an iron deficiency. Others will experience general symptoms such as fatigue. Mild symptoms caused by anemia can easily be dismissed as something else. As a ...

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12 Symptoms of Grave’s Disease

Grave’s disease isn’t as scary as it sounds. In fact, Grave’s disease is fairly common and is known to be the most common thyroid problem. In many cases, it can cause hyperthyroidism, which is a condition that involves either an underactive or overactive thyroid. Grave’s disease and hyperthyroidism share many symptoms such as fatigue and insomnia. If you suspect you ...

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11 Symptoms of Hypothyroidism

If you’ve ever been to a doctor’s office, chances are, you’ve heard of hypothyroidism. Maybe it’s because you have had it before. In some cases, you are at risk for having it. No need to panic, hypothyroidism is very common, affecting more than 10% of the general population. That’s hundreds of millions! Since hypothyroidism is common, there are more cures ...

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11 Triggers for a Migraine

If you have a pulse, chances are, you have experienced a headache or a migraine. There is no such thing as a pleasant migraine. Some of us get them once in awhile, and some get them frequently. Though migraines are simple on paper, it’s hard to identify what actually causes them. There are medications and remedies out there, but they ...

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12 Signs of a Thyroid Problem

Many of us don’t even know what a thyroid is, yet suffer the symptoms of it. You may not know what a thyroid is, but you have probably heard of hyperthyroidism, which affects millions of people around the world. Hyperthyroidism is one of the many problems you can get when you have a thyroid problem. What exactly is a thyroid? ...

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10 Symptoms of Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer can be defined as a cell mutation in the urinary bladder. Your bladder contains multiple layers which are all a suspect for a tumor to spread. When bladder cancer starts, it infects the first layer. As it grows deeper and deeper, more layers are infected. The more layers that are infected, the harder bladder cancer is to treat. ...

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12 Symptoms of Mono

Mono (mononucleosis) is a highly contagious disease that affects mainly children and young adults, although it can affect older adults too. Mono is most commonly caused by the Epstein-Barr virus, also known as herpes4. It is mainly spread by contact with saliva, giving rise to it often being called the ‘kissing disease’. The incubation period is four to six weeks ...

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