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Yes: A great deal of research has been invested in photographic memory and other types of memory including total recall ( folks who recall literally every day in their life). There are varying degrees of recall in photographic and total recall memories just as there are in memories in general and it's all quite random in it's manifestation. In psychiatry, sometimes more memory is not better memory. ...Read more
Fever is Our Friend: The degree of fever at which you should worry is dependent of your child's age. A temperature of 100.4 or greater is considered a fever. A worrisome fever is 103-105 degrees especially if the child is irritable and/or not feeding or sleeping well. If a fever is prolonged, you should seek medical advice. ...Read more
Why the question?: I'm not sure how to answer the question because I am not sure what you are looking for. Can you be more specific? ...Read more
Yes: Entry into veterinary schools is highly competetive and a bachelors degree is part of the basic requirement. Some consider veterinary school harder than general medical school. It certainly is challenging and very necessary. ...Read more
Mobitz 1 : Usually does not worsen.Get a more detailed answer ›
Genes ; environment: Whether you would become allergic or not is highly dependent on your genetic makeup and your exposure to the environment. In atopic dermatitis, one often finds gene mutations which lead to a permeable skin surface thereby allowing water to escape and allergens to enter through the skin and sensitize you the susceptibility of one's organ also determines what disease one may suffer. ...Read more
Chills ???: Chills are frequently the way the body warms itself up by making the muscles contract and relax. Why you are doing that I do not know. Did you just jump into a cold lake or refrigerated room? Do you feel ill? Do you have any other symptoms other than chills? If it continues and you develop any other symptoms go see a physician! ...Read more
Best to not lower!: Your body goes to a lot of trouble to create a fever to help fight infection- your white blood cells work better ; microbes don't survive at high temperatures. Thus, lowering fever sabotages your immune system ; prolongs infections. If you're absolutely miserable you can take Acetaminophen but it is better to tough it out! see http://on.Today.Com/1cz7o8p consider homeopathy: http://bit.Ly/1e95red. ...Read more
If the burn is ...: Red, dry, and tender, it may be a superficial 1st-degree burn. If it's blistered and painful, it may be a 2nd-degree burn. If it's covered by tough, leathery burned tissue and doesn't hurt, it may be a 3rd-degree burn. It's sometimes hard to tell the depth of scald or contact burns early on. Those that heal up within 3 weeks are 2nd-degree; if it's still open after 3 weeks, probably 3rd. ...Read more
Mild: This is a fairly small curve. For people who are young (child or adolescent) it may need watching to see if it worsens (gets larger). A young and middle-aged adult with a curve of this size tends to stay the same until later in life (usually age in the sixties and beyond). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
You would be dead: A fever of 140 does not exist - you would be dead. A fever of 104 is a significant fever, worthy of finding out why, but not in and of itself dangerous. A fever of 100.4 is a low grade fever, the type you may see accompany many minor illness like colds and sore throats. Remember, though, fever is just a symptom - it is not a disease itself. It signals something else is going on. ...Read more
No but it is a : Fairly classic presentation which as long as it remains under 50 degrees, you will be able to avoid surgery. You should not have any physical restrictions in terms of activities you may want to do. At age 19 and being female, your are skeletally mature. If a curve exceeds 50 degrees, the risk if progression in adulthood is a degree a year 75% chance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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