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Pregnancy,family planning

How to prevent Preclampsia?

Preclampsia or toxicemia usually occurs after the 20th weeks of pregnancy. It is characterized by high blood pressure, edema, and protein in the urine. Extreme cases can quickly progress to eclampsia which is a condition in which the blood pressure rises beyond control. This puts the mother and baby at risk of potentially fatal consequences. It affects approximately 200,000 women in the United States each year. Globally, it is the leading cause of infant and maternal death. Preeclampsia can be…
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What causes Disorders of the Urinary System?

The urinary system is an important part of the body's excretory system. It is composed of two kidneys that form and excrete urine, two ureters that transport it from the kidneys into the bladder, and a urinary system, where urine is temporarily stored. A urethra allows urine to pass from the bladder to the outside of the body. The urinary system is essential for maintaining a proper fluid volume and controlling the amount of urine excreted. It also regulates the…
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What to know about Hair Loss?

Ever wonder what causes hair loss? It's possible that you have the baldness gene from your father. Sometimes, it is possible for a person to be genetically predisposed to thinning hair. It's possible that you will experience the same condition as your relatives who have experienced pattern baldness, also known as androgenic hair loss. There are many other causes of hair loss or thinning, but they are not as well-known as genetics. Knowing about them will help you make the…