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Why is My Period Blood Brown? Causes and Explanations

It may not be a common discussion, but your period can sometimes effectively determine the state of your health. Its color can indicate whether or not there's something wrong. But if you've woken up one day thinking, "why is my period blood brown?"...

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Is Diabetes A Disability?

We often get asked, “Is diabetes a disability?” The short answer is yes. All types of diabetic patients are protected as people with qualifying disabilities. But that doesn’t mean you’ll face restrictions. For instance, people with diabetes can...

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How to Break a Fever?

Are you having a high temperature and want to know “how to break a fever”? If yes, then this guide is specifically for you. The good news is you don’t need to worry about it. Fevers are very common and are not themselves an illness. Instead, they...

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The 4 Stages of COPD: What You Should Know

COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, makes breathing very difficult. It’s caused by emphysema (damage to the air sacs), chronic bronchitis (inflammation of the breathing tubes), or both. COPD has four stages, and the further along the...

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Osteoporosis Screening: What is a DEXA Scan?

If your doctor is concerned about your bone health, they may do an osteoporosis screening. Osteoporosis is the thinning of bone over time. Having thin bones increases your risk of fractures, especially the hips, spine, and wrists. Everyone begins...

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Are Breast Self-Exams Still Necessary?

The American Cancer Society changed its stance on breast self-exams. Before, they were required by all women, regardless of risk. Now, for most women, these exams are optional. Why the change? After studying their effects, the ACS found that...

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