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There is some evidence that certain supplements may play a role in improving memory but more science is needed. The most promising supplements are...
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My concern is for your immediate safety. Severe dizziness and balance problems can cause you to fall and injure yourself. You need to make sure you...
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The strand you're referring to likely is a blood clot. In order to stop your nosebleed, the body sends out a mixture of chemicals that cause the...
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Here is some information on head injuries that I hope will help you determine whether you need immediate medical attention. If you have any signs of...
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Lumen,The vast majority of the ADHD person's brain works normally. But when scientists study the brains of people with ADHD and compare them to...
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First off, whenever someone makes strong claims like that, always ask them for the research they use to support those claims.  Because what...
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You were diagnosed with psychosis from merijuana?Then, if you smoke, you'll suffer from psychosis again.  Did you do research as to what...
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I'm sorry you experience this. It doesn't sound pleasant, that's for sure!Whenever a patient describes pain with words like "jolt of...
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I found the drug monograph for Coumadin and it doesn't mention fluid on the brain as a side effect. Here is the information that I looked...
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Here is some information on the "freezing" effect that you may be seeing. Please get in touch with your mom's doctor and discuss this...
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Carma,Paxil (Paroxetine) is a commonly prescribed SSRI, the category that doctors often start with when prescribing antidepressants. Some...
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Epilepsy and Stroke are differnet cases, but can be cooincidental. White spots on the MRI can be a multitude of things, some severe and some not...
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celexa i just stopped taking mine last month and had same wierd experience
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temedol is for cancer patients i have had swelling on brain before and was never perscribed temedol
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