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I also read about this study and will expand on the details listed in your question. It is an interesting study that ultimately must be verified...
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Some studies suggest that following a nutritious diet may help a diseased liver to perform better, and for a longer period of time, and even help...
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Throat cancers may show symptoms of a lump and/ or sore throat that doesn't go away, a hard time swallowing, and change in voice. Click here to...
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Every person is different, so without a hands-on examination, it is really difficult, if not impossible, to offer you a patient-specific answer. The...
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Medicare? Are you over 65 or perhaps, disabled?  You would need to check with the insurance company that is managing your Medicare services, or...
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You will not likely have any long-term health effects from doing this once, but don't make it a habit.  All forms of smoking is bad for the...
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Hi, There is no absolutely right or wrong reading for PSA. The level can be raised in several conditions other than prostate cancer. The reading also...
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Not at all....white blood cells (leukocytes) can occur from inflammation and/or infection in the colon. It does not mean cancer....
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A "spot" on your liver is so ambiguous.  It could be a calcified granuloma or a simple cyst or a host of other benign possibilities. A...
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Exposure to an infectious disease, like HPV, does not imply that you will even get it. Even if you develop HPV, there is no certainty that...
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Hi Have you thought of the menopause, if not just go to your doctor and get a simple hormone blood test, this will tell you just were you are with...
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No...if it did, millions of people would have it, especially Asian countries. Soy is just fine.
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Just opinion here but maybe it's not bacterial or maybe it's MRSA?  Have to consider viral or fungal infection. If so then antibiotics...
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I had a positive lymph node on my neck (one that is enlarged for at least a month) and had it removed and biopsied. The local small town pathologist...
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I have no way of diagnosing the type of mouth sores that you have, but clotrimazole lozenges would only be helpful for yeast (thrush). They would not...
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