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The heart beats at a rate of 60 to 100 beats a minute, 48000 times an hour, 100000 times a day, and more than 2.5 billion times in

There are many different ways to define debilitating diseases. But what exactly are they? The term “debilitating” comes from the Latin word

Find out the differences between screening and diagnostics tests and why detecting diseases even before the symptoms appear is crucial

Find out the causes, signs, and symptoms of AFib, the relation between anxiety and atrial fibrillation, and the impact of stress on AFib episodes.

Find out whether your heart stops when you sneeze, uncover myths regarding sneezing, and find out the reasons behind your sneezes in this article.

When a patient enters a hospital, they look to their primary doctor or nurse for all of the services they will need

Find out about type 4 diabetes, the research done on it, and the possible symptoms and treatment for it.

Discussing what the thyroid gland is, how it functions, its possible abnormalities, and the early warning signs of thyroid problems in both men and women

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    Kidney disease is a condition in which the kidneys become damaged and fail to clean the blood that passes through them. That …

    Recently many studies have revealed the connection between frequent headaches and thyroid. However, headaches are a very common health issue all over …

    The glands are the organs that produce chemicals into the bloodstream or body cavities. The two groups that make up the major …

    Hemifacial spasm is a chronic disorder that causes the face to jerk uncontrollably. A hemifacial spasm is a condition that affects only …

    A particular kind of tumor called Ependymoma can develop in the brain or spinal cord. It grows in the ependymal cells that …

    A deviation from baseline consciousness, awareness, behavior, autonomic function, and sensorium is known as nonconvulsive status epilepticus (NCSE), accompanied by ongoing epileptiform …

    Lower Extremity Arterial Disease: An Overview Lower extremity arterial disease (LEAD) occurs when chemicals (called plaque) accumulate in the blood and clogs …

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