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What is multiple sclerosis? Selma Blair opened up about the disease after leaving

Selma Blair revealed this week she was leaving “Dancing with the Stars” due to complications from multiple sclerosis. The disease,…

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Supplement could reduce your risk of heart disease

During the summer, our bodies can make enough vitamin D from the sun’s rays. However, during the winter when the…

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Choluria is early sign of liver disease that crops up in your pee

Alcohol-related liver disease, or ARLD for short, is triggered by consuming large amounts of the popular yet unhealthy drink –…

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Statement on the thirteenth meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005) Emergency Committee regarding the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic

The WHO Director-General has the pleasure of transmitting the Report of the thirteenth meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005)…

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Professor warns of bodily sensation predicting risk for heart disease

“Menopause symptoms such as hot flushes are a warning sign that something is out of balance,” Professor Philip Sarrel cautioned.…

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Alexandra Hospital leverages cloud-based service to help patients avoid preventable chronic disease

Alexandra Hospital has taken part in the launch of a new cloud-based digital health service in Singapore by telecommunications provider…

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‘Winter vomiting disease’ is ‘highly contagious’

Furthermore, they also add: “Do not visit the hospital if you are living in the same household as someone who…

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Handwriting can indicate ‘first signs of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, a currently incurable neurological condition. While incurable, there are some treatments…

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Frequent hot flashes may signal higher risk of heart disease

Nevertheless, the study provides a crucial insight into how menopause can impact women later in life. But not just later…

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Frequent hot flashes may signal higher risk of heart disease

Nevertheless, the study provides a crucial insight into how menopause can impact women later in life. But not just later…

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