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Hot flashes are uncomfortable but can be treated based on the underlying conditions.
Dyslexia may manifest as communication and memory issues in childhood and teenage years.
Positive family history or chronic intestinal disorders may increase cancer risk.
It is mostly caused by smoking, and treatment depends on the type and severity of cancer.
Injuries or infections may lead to nosebleeds, and you must see a doctor if the problem persists.
Pelvic pain and urinary urgency may indicate it, but a diagnosis is needed for confirmation.
Quick and early identification is the key to preventing hemorrhoids from turning severe.
It may be reduced with medications or homecare, but severe cases need hospitalization.
Lifestyle factors can aggravate an underlying health issue such as hypotension.
Heartburn symptoms can be felt in the chest and mouth and may be first treated conservatively.
Seizures vary based on the symptoms and are treatable by medications and surgery.
Appendicitis leads to various gastrointestinal symptoms, and treatment depends on risks and complications.
Meditation approaches such as counting and deep breathing could greatly benefit your kid.
Stress and anxiety are common causes of short-term memory loss in teens.
Because some of the important signs can be easily missed leading to a severe issue.
Puberty headaches can cause a lot of disturbance in daily activities, studies, and life.
Try alternative remedies before considering treatment options for your teen’s cellulite.
Pain in the chest area may be harmless and does not always indicate a cardiac issue.
This condition may be managed at home by following a proper diet and skincare routine.