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Genetic Screening

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While pregnancy is a very special and intimate time for mothers to be, it can also be a time of worry for those who are concerned about genetic disorders or syndromes. Most babies are born healthy and without birth defects, but approximately 3-5% of all babies are born with a birth defect. There are a …
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Urinary Incontinence

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Urinary incontinence is a loss of bladder control. Many more women experience urinary incontinence than men due to pregnancy and childbirth. Bladder control problems are a result of the bladder muscles being too weak or too active. When the muscles that are supposed to keep the bladder closed become weak, people often have accidents when …
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Tennis Elbow Treatment

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“Tennis elbow” is a common term for a condition in which the overuse of an arm, forearm, and hand muscles causes elbow pain. While those who do not play tennis can come down with this condition, it is known to be a significant problem for regular tennis players. Tennis elbow most commonly affects the dominant …
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Gluten Sensitivity

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There is a lot of talk about going “gluten free” lately, but many people don’t understand why gluten is so taboo. The awareness of gluten sensitivity is growing as more and more people find that many of the issues they have been having with their health has been related to what they are eating. Gastrointestinal …
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Treatment of Sunspots

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Sunspots are dark portions of the skin that develop after long exposure to the sun. While sunspots are not dangerous, they can be unsightly on the face because of the severe contrast that they can have with the rest of the facial skin. People of all ages are susceptible to acquiring sunspots, but those with …
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