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Why would you want to do this? There are no over-the-counter drugs that would be appropriate.
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Hi This is some info on MDMA. In the hours after taking the drug, MDMA produces significant reductions in mental abilities. These changes...
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Many shallow corneal abrasions will quickly heal, but they are susceptible to getting infections. Most clinicians will use antibiotic eye drops for...
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When you look at your eyes in the mirror, you see three basic colors: the white of your eyeball, the colored part of the iris, and the black of the...
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Talk to your parents and have them take you to see a medical provider right away. It would be impossible to adequately evaluate a person with a...
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I went through this with my own son.  We decided to take him off of Concerta & pills for adHd.  Tried the Feingold diet & saw great...
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If you have had a pupil that has remained dilated for 6 months, you should call your eye doctor and have him or her take a look. Only a one-on-one...
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Unequal pupils is called "anisocoria" and is most commonly caused by HJorner syndrome or a Third nerve palsy. In both conditions, an...
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The pupil is the round, dark, central opening of the eye through which light enters.
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A pupil dilation test helps your eye doctor examine the inside of your eyes with different instruments and lights. Your doctor puts pupil-enlarging...
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