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Diabetics Diet Regimen Guidelines

Diabetics Diet Regimen Guidelines

Diabetics Diet Regimen Guidelines Dr. Emil Samir Fellowship of Family Medicine , said about most important Diabetics Diet Regimen Guidelines , let's know about them. As a general rule and under supervision from the family doctor, depending on the patient’s body weight, the following guidelines should be observed: It is advised to

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Varicose Veins

What are Varicose Veins and treatment

Varicose veins: Increases To 80% of Men and 85% Of Women What are Varicose Veins? Varicose veins or varicosities are swollen veins that usually happen on the legs and feet. Its shape may be dark purple or blue. They are always lumpy.  Varicose veins are common, especially in women, and about 25% of

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Autism

AUTISM: TIPS TO COPE WITH AN AUTIST CHILD

AUTISM: TIPS TO COPE WITH AN AUTIST CHILD   Overview: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder caused by discrepancies in the brain. That affects how people communicate, react with others, learn, and behave. Scientists think there are various causes of ASD that act together to change the most common ways

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Otitis Media

Otitis Media: Middle-Ear Infection – Causes, Risk Factors & Treatment

Otitis Media: Middle-Ear Infection - Causes, Risk Factors & Treatment   Overview: Otitis media is also called a middle ear infection. It happens when bacteria cause inflammation behind the area of the eardrum. It is likely common in children. According to research recently conducted by the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, It occurs

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Bell’s palsy

Bell’s palsy: People live with half-smile

Bell’s palsy: People live with half-smile   Overview: Bell's palsy also known as acute peripheral facial palsy, on a daily basis, we cope with many people, whether through direct verbal communication or by interacting with facial expressions, such as: raising the eyebrow, wrinkling the nose, winking the eye, and other expressions that we

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