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Shingles (also called herpes zoster) occurs as a result of a reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus (VZV) that causes chickenpox. Since the virus...
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The term "yeast infection" most commonly refers to vaginal Candidiasis, an overgrowth of the fungi that normally live on all surfaces of the body...
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Hives (urticaria) are raised, red spots on the skin that often itch. Hives are usually indicative of an allergic reaction. Hives are a common...
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You are not alone in your concern. A diminished interest in sex is one of many symptoms that can develop as a result of increased psychological...
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Tubal ligation is a sterilization procedure that renders you unable to get pregnant. In tubal ligation, the Fallopian tubes are cut or blocked, which...
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Stress is one of the known triggers of hives, an outbreak of raised, red spots (or welts) on the skin that often itch. Hives are usually indicative...
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Regulation of menstrual periods is controlled by a complex hormonal balance. Likewise, the body's reaction to stress involves changes in the levels...
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When you are exposed to long periods of stress, your body gives warning signs that something is wrong. These physical, cognitive, emotional, and...
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When you get stressed, it's normal for your heart rate and blood pressure to rise. The rise in blood pressure can make your heart beat more...
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Some people do tend to gain weight when under stress, but the cause of this weight gain is likely a mix of hormonal and psychological factors. The...
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If you have not seen your doctor yet, particularly one that is trained in concussions, as most primary care physicians are not, you need to right...
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Tinnitus is the sensation of ringing, buzzing, or other noises in the ears when there is no external source of the noise. There are many causes of...
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The conjunctiva, the thin, watery membrane that coasts the eye, contains many small blood vessels. Occasionally, these blood vessels can burst and...
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Stress is now considered a real issue in pregnancy. There is data suggesting an increased risk of poor pregnancy outcome in patients who are under a...
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something ive learned about having panic attacks is, they cant and will not kill or hurt you. But that aside, what I do to stop my panic attacks is...
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