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Is It Dangerous To Live Close To A High Voltage Line
Possibly: High voltage lines emit electrical radiation, which is different from ionizing radiation that is emitted at time of nuclear explosions. We are all exposed to electrical radiation, although, in different proportions. Home electrical devices give us some. Although, there may no significant amount of info on the effect of it, i've come across facts that prove its negative health effects. ...Read more
Powerlines: This is controversial. There are several factor. How far away are from the power lines, and how much energy is there in the power lines. There are several books written on this subject and it takes a lot of study to understand the subject. There are devices you can purchase to measure how much effect you are receiving in your home from nearby power lines. ...Read more
A Shocking Reality: At the present time there is no known medical side effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields. They are around us all the time. There is a similar debate about cell phone use and the possible association with brain tumors - something not proven. Your greatest risk is direct contact with the high voltage line in an accidental situation. Fire and electrocution are your greatest risks. ...Read more
ALT: Alt elevated means the enzyme of liver leaking into your blood after liver cell damaged. You can see, if a lot of alt in your blood means your liver has been damage a lot. That is why very high level alt is dangerous. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the age of the patient and the level of the jaundice. Jaundice in adults is not as dangerous in that the bilirubin (which causes the jaundice) is not damaging, but it can indicate a condition that is (liver failure.) in babies, a high level of bilirubin can lead to a condition where the bilirubin gets into the brain and causes permanent damage to the developing brain cells. ...Read more
Zinc Toxicity: The recommended dietary allowance (rda) for zinc in adults is 11 mg for men and 8 mg for women. Zinc toxicity from high zinc intake can occur in both acute and chronic forms. Acute adverse effects include gastrointestinal disturbances and headaches. Chronic effects include reduced immune function, altered iron function, and reduced high density lipoprotein (HDL) levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO: There is no known toxicity of taking Vitamin B12 even in extremely high doses. See http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/vitamins/vitamin-B12#toxicity However, there are some reports that B12 might worsen acne, not due to toxicity but due to how it affects bacteria in our skin- see http://www.theverge.com/2015/6/24/8839927/vitamin-b12-acne-pimples-bacteria ...Read more
Hypertension: Over 140/90 needs to be treated.Get a more detailed answer ›
How high can cholesterol be, before it starts to get dangerous? Mine is about 7. (the bad cholestetol)
It can be: Of course it depends on how high is high. But, yes. It may be associated with cardiovascular issues and tendency towards blood clots - so increased stroke potential, etc. Definitely discuss the issue w/ your provider and ask about possible strategies to m lower the levels. Best wishes! ...Read more
Im on blood thinners and my pt is high and my INR is 2.0 if my pt and ptt is high is tjat dangerous?
That may be the: Therapeutic target. Discuss with the treating physician. Risks are bleeding and bruising. ...Read more
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