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How Long Does Alcohol Stay in Your Breath, Urine and Blood?

Drinking alcohol can be really entertaining to a person especially while merry making. In fact, it is the most readily available drink. Alcohol contains substance known as ethanol that boosts self confidence, increases socialization and reduces anxiety. Drinking more than your body can handle can lead to intoxication leading to lack of coordination in your […]

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Global Hypokinesis

Global hypokinesis is a disease that affects the heart. It is termed global because it affects all the parts of the heart including the ventricles, walls, arteries, tissues and the membranes. The condition weakens the heart and can cause severe or mild blockage of the coronary arteries. Regional cardiac weakness is different from the global […]

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Black Period Blood

Most women experience the menstrual cycle once they clock the puberty and stops after menopause. Interestingly most women do not have correct facts concerning their cycle. The menstrual cycle occurs when the uterus walls thickens in preparation for pregnancy. Failure to get pregnant results in the shading of the uterus lining together with the blood. […]

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Noonan Syndrome

Noonan is condition that alters the normal appearance of the face and body statute. Noonan syndrome is a congenital disease meaning that it dates from birth. It is always evident but its detection may depend with its severity. Noonan syndrome does not select the race or the sex of an individual. Noonan syndrome begins at […]

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DiGeorge Syndrome

DiGeorge Syndrome is a disorder of the chromosomes. The severity of the defects can lead poor development of different parts of the body. Its range of diagnosis among people ranges from 1 to 2000 to 1 to 4000 in the population. Causes of DiGeorge syndrome The disorder is caused by deletion of some segments of […]

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Plantar Fibroma

Most probably, your peers are enjoying life and engaging themselves in activities such as hiking, long distance walking, mountain climbing and biking but you, you can’t. The swelling in the middle of the bottom of your feet is preventing you from having all the fun. Known as plantar fibroma, it is a small growth that […]

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Wiliams Syndrome

About one in every 7,500 to 20,000 people around the world suffer from Williams syndrome. It’s a condition, which is usually noticeable at birth due to the unique facial features of the affected newborns. It persists throughout the life of the individual, even though a lot can be done to ensure that affected persons lead […]

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What is MCHC in a blood test?

MCHC or mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration refers to the average content of hemoglobin’s in RBCs or red blood cells. The MCHC value is noted down in a CBC or complete blood count report. It is one of the indices of RBCs and is used for diagnosis of anemia along with the cause, type, and severity […]

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Frothy Urine

Passing foamy or frothy urine is because of passing protein in the urine. Increased amount of protein in the urine can also indicate kidney problem of a serious nature. The disease is called proteinuria. Diagnosis The dip stick test is the simplest method for finding proteinuria in a patient. However at times, it could give […]

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Chlorine Rash

Chlorine rash is rash on the skin when the skin is exposed to chlorine usually by contact with water containing chlorine such as in swimming. In fact it is also known by the name of swimming pool rash as most of the people into swimming report this rash. The symptoms appear in no time and […]

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