A man holding his stomach, probably suffering from traveler's diarrhea

The most common cause of people getting traveler’s diarrhea is enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) bacteria from food and water supplies of a foreign country. This problem is most common in developing countries. People in these countries drink their tap water without consequences, but someone who’s not used to it may get sick. The bacteria that…

Klinefelters syndrome

Klinefelter syndrome, also known as XXY, or 47, is the name for a group of symptoms that result from two or more X chromosomes in males. It’s a chromosomal condition that affects both the physical and cognitive development of a person. Symptoms can vary among male but are often subtle and a person can fail…

pans

The disorder is clinically characterized by an abrupt onset of eating restrictions or with symptoms of obsessive-compulsive, concomitant with a deterioration of acute behavior and changes in motor/sensory in at least of 2 of 7 domains. The domains are irritability, anxiety, depression, academic decline, oppositional behavior, sleep disruption and cognitive decline. A course that follows…

moebius syndrome treatment

Moebius syndrome is a neurological disease that a person is born with. There is no specific Moebius syndrome treatment because it is individual for every patient, it’s supportive and in accordance with the symptoms that a person experiences. Infants often require feeding tubes or specially made bottles to get sufficient nutrition. Plastic surgery may improve…

sleeping too long

Sleeping too long on regular basis tends to increase the risks of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and can cause death according to studies conducted over the years. Too much sleep is considered more than nine hours. The most common cause of sleeping too long is lack of sleep the night before, or cumulatively during the…

flu vaccine

Vaccination is perhaps the best way to protect yourself against many diseases including flu, but flu vaccine is no silver bullet. The vaccine’s effectiveness varies from year to year, depending on the closeness among that season’s viruses and the vaccine, which is usually reformulated each year. This winter in the United States, the vaccine’s performance…

Reye's syndrome

Screening for Reye’s syndrome begins with blood and urine tests, as well as testing for fatty acid oxidation disorders, and other metabolic disorders. Sometimes more invasive diagnostic tests are needed to evaluate other possible causes or liver problems and investigate any neurological abnormalities. Reye’s syndrome is usually treated in hospital. Severe cases may be treated…

Reye’s syndrome

Reye’s syndrome occurs mainly in children who had a recent viral infection, such the flu. Taking aspirin for such infections may increase the risk of developing the syndrome. Aspirin should be off-limits! The exact cause of Reye’s syndrome is unknown, but some studies have found that almost all patients in the U. S. had aspirin…

Fibromyalgia is a condition that affects the muscles and joints mainly. It is a collection of signs and symptoms and this diagnosis is made after ruling out all the possible causes for the presentation. Fibromyalgia syndrome is not a welcoming diagnosis. Even though it can be effectively managed, there is no cure for this condition….

Fibromyalgia is a condition that affects the muscles and joints mainly. It is a collection of signs and symptoms and this diagnosis is made after ruling out all the possible causes for the presentation. How is fibromyalgia diagnosed? Earlier, fibromyalgia was diagnosed using 18 different areas of the patient’s body which would cause pain when…

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