Sewage Saved This Man's Life. Someday It Could Save Yours.
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RHEUMATOID arthritis, and other forms of the disease, cause pain and discomfort among other symptoms. There is no cure, but can be treated using lifestyle changes, diet alterations and medication. Try using this neat trick to reduce pain caused by a flare-up.
Conclusion: In this pilot study, elevated CT was associated with a risk of developing CCH as well as CSCR in patients of varying ages. Patients diagnosed with CCH should be screened for CSCR in the fellow eye. Further exploration of this association may reveal useful clues about the biology of abnormally elevated choroidal hyperpermeability and its various clinical manifestations.Ocul Oncol Pathol
In one night, the Savage family lost two sons to opioid overdoses. Now they are working to prevent other families from experiencing the same pain.
Plunge into water at near-freezing temperatures, and your body goes into extreme distress. Your skin screams signals of pain. You can't breathe, because your chest is cramping up. Talking is nearly impossible. Your heart is pounding. Fear mounts -- as it should. Without any protection, you may lose consciousness in under 15 minutes. You'll be dead within an hour.
CONCLUSIONS: Elevation of TNFα level might be a predictor of OA progression after hip arthroscopy. PMID: 29665766 [PubMed - in process]
[New Era] Windhoek -In remote northern Namibia, more than 30 teenagers have gathered at the Andara District Hospital. They're playing games, socializing and just being kids.
[Monitor] Kampala -Mildmay Uganda and the United States based RAND Corporation yesterday launched a five-year research study of rewarding people living with HIV who take their antiretroviral drugs consistently.
Conclusion: We demonstrate that hearing threshold levels can be estimated from ear-EEG recordings made from electrodes placed in one ear. Significance: Objective hearing threshold estimation based on ear-EEG can be integrated into hearing aids, thereby allowing hearing assessment to be performed by the hearing instrument on a regular basis.
First bit of news: I’ve had absolutely no pain in my heel. It’s as good as new. I have to admit I’m still stunned…and I wonder if a more conventional doctor, let’s say a physiotherapist, would have made the connection between my relatively new eyeglass prescription and my heel pain. I doubt it. This makes me wonder how many similar cases there are, of people who think they have plantar fasciitis or tendonitis or, sorry for the mention! , heel spurs, but whose pain actually originated in a different part of the body, an easy-to-fix part of the body. Mind-blowing, eh? But the reason I&rsq...
CONCLUSION: Failure to recognize blunt trauma mechanism following firearm wounds increases the risk of missed injuries. Distant injuries should be suspected in all cases after blast wave and firearms exposure and a follow up should be done for many days to make sure such injuries are excluded. CT scan total body is recommended in all such cases. Key words: Blunt trauma, Distant Injuries, Firearm injuries, Pressure Waves. PMID: 29667607 [PubMed - in process]
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