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Symptoms of Malaria

A single mosquito bite can produce the typical symptoms of malaria. These include: muscle aches, swelling of the legs, a fever of between 39 and 45 degrees Celsius, headache and nausea. If you have recently traveled abroad, you will also experience some of these and other possible symptoms, including: fatigue, chills, fever, exhaustion, swollen lymph …

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Self-Help Techniques For Getting Rid of Melasma

Melasma, also known as “pigmentation”glow”, is a skin condition where areas of your skin become darker than your surrounding skin. Melasma most commonly occurs more frequently in women than in men and is typically associated with hormonal shifts. The typical form of melasma is called chloasma. It typically occurs in middle age and is characterized …

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Medical Research Shows That Over 60% of Men Experience Emotional Or Psychological Issues From a Broken Penis

The medical literature usually deals with the correction, “fixing,” or ‘normalizing’ of the penis, which is still generally considered to be the mainstream of penile discussion. Even though it has been demonstrated that natural methods are often more effective than medically-prescribed treatments, this medical approach continues to dominate the sector. However, there are a number …

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Serotonin and Seratonin

Serotonin-related substances are neurotransmitters found in the central nervous system of vertebrates. Serotonin is a major neurotransmitter, and its biological function is multifaceted and complex, regulating mood, cognition, motivation, learning, memory, and several other physiological functions such as vasoconstriction and vomiting. The serotonin molecule is present in various brain areas, particularly the central nervous system …

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What Are the Common Symptoms of FPL and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease?

Fatty liver disease (FLD) is a broad term for several liver diseases affecting those who consume little to none alcohol. Some of the common symptoms associated with fatty liver disease, NASH in particular, include abdominal pain. Some of the more severe symptoms of FLD include high levels of cholesterol (cholesterol levels rise), jaundice (yellowing of …