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How To Treat Constipation In Adults

Constipation is considered as difficulty in passing stools or decrease in the frequency of bowel movements. The cause of constipation may vary from person to person.

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Medication Overuse Headaches

Medication Overuse Headaches (MOH) is considered as the 3rd most prevalent type of headache. About one in 50 people have chronic headaches. Half of the people experience headaches due to overuse of medicines they took to treat their headache. 

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What Is Ghost Tablet?

 

You might be surprised after seeing a pill in your stool. Believe it or not, there are some medications that may look like that they haven’t been digested properly. These types of medicines are called “ghost tablets.” These pills look similar to a pill you’ve taken, or might be like a small soft mass.

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Tips To Manage Diabetes If You’re Sick

When individuals come down with minor illnesses such as flu, cold, urinary tract infection, or intestinal problems, they usually lose their appetite and have low energy levels. They may want to stay in bed, take some over-the-counter medication, sleep, and let the medication and their immune systems do their jobs to kick the illness to the curb.

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Tips To Manage Low Blood Sugar Levels

Low blood sugar levels, usually less than 70 mg/dl is a condition termed as Hypoglycemia. If your blood sugar is too low and you do not eat something you may fall, pass out, have a seizure, or go into a coma. So it’s really important to talk to your healthcare provider if you experience low blood sugar levels.

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Take Care Of Your Feet If You’ve Diabetes

People with diabetes have a high risk of foot problems. If you’re diabetic, it’s really important for you to take care of your feet properly. There is a chance that ordinary foot problems can get worse and lead to serious complications.

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Prevention And Treatment For Lyme Disease

Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type which is spread by black legged ticks. This disease is non- contagious i.e., it doesn’t spread from person to person.

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