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Exercise as Stress Relief

Stress can contribute to heart disease. Learn how and what types of exercise can lower your stress levels, your blood pressure, and your risk for heart disease. If you’ve been diagnosed with heart disease, there are a number of stressors to manage on an ongoing basis. Dealing with more...

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Heart Disease in Children

Some heart problems affect children, such as: congenital heart disease, arrhythmias, pericarditis, cyanotic heart disease, Kawasaki disease, and others. Heart disease is difficult enough when it strikes adults, but it can be especially tragic in children. There are many different types of heart problems that can affect children, from...

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Lipid Lowering Drug

Too much cholesterol in the blood can lead to cardiovascular disease. When Cholestrol levels are high for long period our body tries to store this cholesterol which may be usefull in future. But this cholesterol can also be deposited in our blood pipes, which are called as arteries. This...

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Preventing Tooth Decay

Baby bottle tooth decay, or early childhood caries, can occur when: – Babies with teeth are regularly allowed to fall asleep with a bottle in their mouths. Less saliva is made in the mouth when a baby falls asleep, and liquid from the bottle can pool around the teeth....

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Jaundice in New Born Baby

Jaundice is a common and usually harmless condition in newborn infants. Jaundice describes the yellowish appearance of the whites of the eyes and the skin of many newborn babies. Physiologic or “normal” jaundice usually appears on the second or third day of life in healthy babies born after a...

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