What do I do for Sour Burps?

Also called acid reflux, sour burps is a widespread gastrointestinal condition. It often affects older people over the age of 40 years. The most common associated symptom is heartburn, but the condition may also occur without any expected symptoms. Sour burps may sometimes be the symptom of or the cause of other underlying health problems. […]

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Turbid Urine

The color of urine can change time in time due to a number of reasons some of which may not be a cause for alarm. In others, the color change may indicate some underlying health issue. Normal urine appears clear with a straw yellow color. If your urine does not have that characteristically clear appearance, […]

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Bleeding During Ovulation

Ovulation bleeding is mid cycle bleeding which occurs around the mid of menstrual cycles and coincides with time of ovulation. It is also known as spotting during ovulation. Ovulation may be termed as the release of an egg from ovary. The egg is released and moves through the fallopian tube and makes it way to […]

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Tan Colored Stool

The color of stool can change dramatically without presenting any health issues. People tend to be worried when they observe their bowel movement and see some changes. Stool may be in a variety of colors. Common colors include brown, light brown, yellow, tan, and orange. But some other colors are a concern such as dark […]

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What Does It Mean When Your Left Eye Jumps?

Eye twitching is a sudden involuntary movement in eyelids also known as eyelid spasms. This is a common condition among people. While there are superstitions associated with left eye jumps or twitches, they are also linked with medical conditions of the body. People should not be intertwined in superstitions to ignore potential medical issues related […]

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Enlarged Liver in Dogs

The liver could be the most important organ for your pet dog. It is important for digestion, removal of impurities in the system and blood clotting. It also helps in the removal of ammonia from the blood. The liver also supports the accumulation and metabolizing of fats, proteins, carbohydrates, and minerals. Since the liver performs […]

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Dravet Syndrome

Dravet syndrome is an uncommon genetic neurodevelopmental disorder starting in infancy and marked by multiple seizure types which may include deadly chronic seizures that need emergency medical care. The condition was first reported in 1978 by Dr. Charlotte Dravet, a French doctor. It is also known by other names, including PMEI/    polymorphic epilepsy in infancy, […]

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Sickle Cell Anemia

Sickle cell anemia is a hereditary type of anemia. Anemia is a blood disorder marked by deficient levels of RBCs and insufficient supply of oxygen across the body. The red blood cells/RBCs are normally circular and flexible, flowing freely via the blood vessels. In people with sickle cell anemia, the RBCs are sticky and stiff […]

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What is the Normal Troponin Range?

Troponin is a term used to describe a complex of 3 specific proteins called troponin I (TnI), troponin C (TnC) and troponin T (TnT). The protein complex plays a vital role in allowing contraction of the cardiac and skeletal muscle. This is the reason why high levels of troponin, found via a troponin blood test, […]

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DiGeorge Syndrome

DiGeorge syndrome is a congenital genetic condition marked by incomplete development of numerous body systems. It is caused due to deletion of a section of chromosome 22 and hence is medically referred to as 22q11.2 deletion syndrome. Before the discovery of chromosome 22 defect as the causative factor, DiGeorge syndrome was referred to by several […]

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