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DIABETES

The diabetes is a group of diseases caracterised by a high level of glucose resulting in a default of the body to produce or use insulin. Types of diabetes: Type 1: Generally, diabetes type 1 is diagnosed in children and young adults. In the past, it is used to be […]

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Physical Activity at Menopause

Physical activity in menopause: Therapeutic and prevention tool Hormone, that word for the woman is not a noun more, as they could be other anatomical elements or structures that are part of your body. Hormones are key factors throughout the different vital stages of females, which not only influence their […]

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Dentistry and general anesthesia.

Due to the progress of medicine, more and more people are extending their lives thanks to transplants, surgeries, medicines, etc. This makes more and more patients at risk who need to be treated in dentistry in conditions of maximum safety. Similarly there are people who for physical or psychological reasons […]

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Psychology- Anxiety

Charles Darwin (1809-1882), an English scientist, observed that the structures that produce panic anxiety in humans derive from the same evolutionary roots as the “fight or flight” reaction of a rat, with which many people think That anxiety, despite all philosophy and psychology, is also a biological phenomenon that does […]

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MELANOMA

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that can spread to other organs in the body. The most common sign of melanoma is the appearance of a new mole or a change in an existing mole. This can happen anywhere on the body, but the back, legs, arms and face […]

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Nosebleed (Epistaxis)

What Is It? The inside of the nose is covered with moist, delicate tissue (mucosa) that has a rich supply of blood vessels near the surface. When this tissue is injured, even from a minor nick or scratch, these blood vessels tend to bleed, sometimes heavily. Nosebleeds near the front […]

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