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Fever during pregnancy linked to autism risk

Babies prenatally exposed to maternal fever during the second trimester are likely to be at 40 per cent raised risk of developing autism spectrum disorder, a study has claimed. The findings showed that for children of women reporting three or more fevers after the 12th week of pregnancy, the risk of autism increased by over […]

Chikungunya Virus

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Chikungunya is a viral disease transmitted to humans by infected mosquitoes. It causes fever and severe joint pain. Other symptoms include muscle pain, headache, nausea, fatigue and rash. Joint pain is often debilitating and can vary in duration. Chikungunya (pronunciation: chik-en-gun-ye) virus is transmitted to people by mosquitoes. The most common symptoms of chikungunya virus […]

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Fertility treatment ‘works for most’

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Nearly three out of four couples that begin fertility treatment will eventually become parents, long-term studies suggest. The analysis of nearly 20,000 Danish couples found 65 percent had children within three years and 71 percent within five years. Doctors, presenting their data at a fertility conference, said the odds were heavily influenced by age, reports […]

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Pregnancy after 28-yr a risk

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When the doctor heard Ms Sayla Rahman had crossed the age 28, he marked her as a ‘High Risk Mother’ on the top of the prescription. Sayla said, ‘I had just completed my post-graduation and joined Bangladesh Civil Service, then I have decided to take a baby but you are saying I am a High […]

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Love at least twice

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Men who have been meeting once a month or less than the risk of heart disease. The risk, of those two or three times a week, less than 45 percent of them are combined. This information is in the American Journal of Cardiology. Sex plays an important role in protecting your heart.

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Angina in Women Can Be Different Than Men

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Angina (chest pain) is a warning sign of heart disease, and recognizing it and getting treated early may prevent a heart attack. Heart disease occurs when fatty build-up in your coronary arteries, called plaque, prevents blood flow that’s needed to provide oxygen to your heart muscle. As heart disease progresses, you may have tightness, pressure […]

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Men harmful for the skin

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Men’s skin lacking in today’s busy. Unknowingly, loss of skin every day from morning till night. Compared to women, men are less aware of the skin. And this is why women go before they hurt. Others pepper is a feminine. However, the rules do not let pepper, harmful for the skin a lot of things […]

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How Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Affect Your Eyes

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Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory disease characterized by swelling and irritation. The inflammation of RA occurs when your body’s defense system (immune system) attacks your own body tissues instead of foreign invaders like viruses or bacteria. Most of these attacks occur in your joints, but RA inflammation can also affect other parts of your […]

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Your Hepatitis C Exercise Plan

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Exercise is important when you have hepatitis C. It can help you shed pounds or maintain a healthy weight. That matters, because being overweight can lead to deposits in your liver, called fatty liver. Over time, having hepatitis C and fatty liver can cause a serious condition called cirrhosis. Fatty liver can also make treatments […]

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Hepatitis C: Preventing the Spread

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The spread of HCV (hepatitis C virus) infection can be prevented. HCV is passed through blood. If you’re infected with HCV, avoid letting other people come in contact with your blood. With a little extra care you can keep the people around you safe. Dispose of Needles Safely If you use needles for any reason, […]

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