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Doctors use somewhat inflexible “criteria” to diagnose lupus. Those criteria describe typical lupus, not lupus diagnosed by rare symptoms. Patients can still have lupus, even if they do not meet criteria. Whether or not symptoms fit criteria the doctor can still act. How often is lupus misdiagnosed? A Lupus FoundationRead More →

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blistering of the skin. chronic fatigue. chronic inflammation. cognitive impairment. depression. fibromyalgia. hives. joint pain. Are metal crowns bad for your health? Metal crowns are not toxic, but they can be unsightly and they are no more reliable than tooth colored options – particularly when high quality ceramics are used.Read More →

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Breast cancer, a double mastectomy, having her fallopian tubes and ovaries removed, early menopause – and now, a multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis. Christina Applegate has been through the most harrowing experience yet the actress who found fame in TV show Married With Children remains upbeat. “Hi friends. How old wasRead More →

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Acrodermatitis causes itchy red or purple blisters to form on the body. Children may also develop a bloated abdomen, a fever, and swollen, sore lymph nodes. Although acrodermatitis itself isn’t contagious, the viruses that cause it are contagious. How do you get rid of acrodermatitis? Treatment of acrodermatitis enteropathica requiresRead More →

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Microsporidiosis is a disease caused by infection with microscopic organisms called microsporidia. Microsporidia are eukaryotic parasites that must live within other host cells in which they can produce infective spores. What is unusual about the microsporidia? Microsporidia lack mitochondria, instead possessing mitosomes. They also lack motile structures, such as flagella.Read More →

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The ABS Warning Light Glows. This is the most common sign of problems with the ABS system. … The Brakes Lock Up. The ABS system is specifically designed to prevent any wheel from locking up during heavy braking. … An Unresponsive Brake Pedal. … Increased Pedal Effort. … Speedometer Failure.Read More →

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Chaotic lifestyle. Difficulty recognizing and expressing emotions. Childhood neglect. History of sexual abuse. Other psychological conditions, such as depression or personality disorders. Are psychosomatic illnesses real? When physical symptoms are caused or made worse by your mental state, it’s called psychosomatic. Many people believe that psychosomatic symptoms aren’t real —Read More →