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Resources: Military service members and veterans face many of the same challenges as civilians, but also different issues that are related to their service. You'll find a list of diseases and conditions that are common among veterans here: http://www.publichealth.va.gov/diseases-conditions.asp, and a list of health concerns related to specifice conflicts here: http://www.va.gov/oaa/pocketcard/unique.asp ...Read more
Many !: See: http://www.kyenvironmentalfoundation.org/coal-mining-health-risks.htmlGet a more detailed answer ›
Multiple risks: I will assume you mean drinking alcohol during a pregnancy. Anything a mother ingests will be exposed to the unborn child. Alcohol use during pregnancy can contribute to many risks to the child. Hope this helps... http://www.marchofdimes.org/pregnancy/alcohol-during-pregnancy.aspx ...Read more
More frequent visits: Periodontal disease and decay are common dental issues. If you feel that you are having a problem or problems see your dentist on a more frequent basis. The dentist may add prescription fluoride to your regimen of treatment if the water does not contain fluoride to help prevent addition caries. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do I do, when every dr. I've seen can't figure out what's going on with me?? (FYI- I have multiple health problems already...& I do see a couple world-renowned specialists). & now my labs are not making a lot of sense to them. I'm suffering a lot mo
Alternative Medicine: Suffering female has world-class physician specialists stymied; so rational therapies forestalled. Might be time to consult world-class practitioners of Alternative & Complementary Medicine. Mind, brain, nerve, immune & endocrine systems interconnected. Intricate dysfunctional relationships not always measurable. Modified behaviors, attitudes, exercise & nutrition can rebalance complex functions. ...Read more
I suffer with anorexia and was wondering what kind of physical health problems to expect, I think I have a few but I'm not too sure, seen my gp ?
Need thorough check: Anorexia is a potentially serious condition if it is related to emotional/psychological state if the patient, as opposed to other medical conditions. If it hasn't been done, you should be seen by a licensed psychiatrist for an assessment and therapy as indicated. Feel better ...Read more
Age 50.B/p 130/85.Serum chalostrol. 242.Vldl 52. Triclosteride. 261.But no health problem.Kindly suggest.
Way too broad: Unfortunately this is a question that has no answer. There is no medical condition specific to this group of individuals and thus no special warnings to give you. This is not how medicine works. It is always best to be specific about your worry; your symptoms; your specific concerns. ...Read more
Anemia: You have anemia, though not severe it can become so. It is not unusual for menstruating females to get iron deficiency anemia. You need to see your doctor and make sure that is the reason for your anemia. If it is supplemental iron will fix this problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Painting: Paint is lead free these days, but fumes can make one feel nauseated. It is the place where you are painting which may be more dangerous. For example, an old building can have lead in old wall paint, painting in high places wothout proper safety equipment can result in injury, etc... ...Read more
Depends: How disease is viewed depends on time, society and context. Usually, higher socio-economic status correlates with better access to healthcare. For example, diabetes in poor areas might be associated with poor access to healthful foods and education, while in affluent areas, might be due to sedentary life-style and overindulgence. ...Read more
Blue Tooth : Nope. There is no evidence of any negative consequences from this technology. ...Read more