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It sounds like you're saying your friend was removed from life support, and, if so, I'm very sorry for your loss.I'm sure the family did...
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Hi, Dehydration occurs when your body loses more fluid than you take in. It Will include things like severe dehydration can be serious and...
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It would not be likely to get brain damage from smelling a polyester backpack, although I have encountered some deadly tennis shoes from time to time...
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I really want to answer this bizarre question, but struggle with trying to take your question seriously. First, you did not cause brain damage from...
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You are gay.
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I would personally doubt an HPV vaccine connection, but it is natural for people to blame the last thing that may have been done prior to the...
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Let me try to put your mind at ease.It's not impossible, but it is extremely rare to get a brain infection via the nasal passages. Usually, when...
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Hi If you google this, statin drugs and adversly affecting brain function, your find lots of information.If your on statins, for high cholesterol...
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Rubbing alcohol quickly evaporates and will not penetrate intact skin. You will be just fine....nothing bad will happen.
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Hi...Sorry to hear about your husband. I, too, have been passing out at the oddest times, often hurting myself. I've been to a Neurologist, have...
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The brain continues to function until brain death, although if you follow politics, you will sometimes doubt that fact. A person can space-out, but...
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The amount of radiation involved in a CT scan would not justify the use as a screening test for the general population. It would probably cause more...
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First, I would talk to my doctor about changing your medication. I would look into taking Ambien CR or something stronger. However, it is okay to...
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Disequilibrium is the loss of balance or the feeling of unsteadiness when you walk. Causes may include: Inner ear (vestibular) problems...
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Yes, you are absolutely putting yourself at risk for serious health complications, if you haven’t already. Simply put, your body is not receiving the...
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