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Taking your evaluation to a higher level is wise, but remember there are many, many reasons for a diminished lung capacity. A pulmonologist is the...
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Hi Check the side effects of the drug, it should be there, if its not get back to your doctor ASAPBut also google natural ways out of...
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I dont know. but would like to find out i am better on zoloft but something is still not right. i think a natural source is better to try but i want...
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The primary justification for using electro-shock therapy is to treat depression. I worked in a large state mental hospital back in late...
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Hi, This is the first time I have heard of shock collars, and I can see why your dog wants to run away, so would I.Seems you have forgotten how...
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thats really for a phd but i can tell you my mothers si joint was a off and on kind of problem that she only gets relief from those...
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Yep it can. When there is a a traumatic injury to your body there is an increase in adrenaline and other hormones; the process of releasing more...
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May I suggest trying herbal supplements an maybe organic foods an see what happens 
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Usually they can change the medication or ad to it.  And since you mentioned that he has had a shock treatment.  I am sure he is suffering...
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this could be a tension headache
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Doesn't seem to me personally like anything to worry about, but you never can be to safe. 
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Yes, it is possible to outgrow food allergies, although thats not always the case. You should slowly try to introduce this back into your diet in...
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No, the AED (automatic external defibrillator) treats only a heart in an abnormal rhythm suitable for defibrillation. If a person is in cardiac...
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There are things you can do to lower your risk of diabetic shock or hypoglycemia. One of the most important things to do is to understand the...
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The symptoms of hypoglycemia can be classified as mild or early, moderate, and severe. Mild symptoms include: Dizziness. Irritability. Moodiness or...
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