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What Is Croup?
Croup is infection respiratory in children, which makes the airway obstructed. In croup patients, swelling of the larynx (respiratory tract after the throat, where the vocal cords are located), trachea (trachea), and bronchus (tracheal branch leading to the...
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What Is Bedbugs?
Bedbugs, also known as bed bugs, are small, brownish-colored parasitic insects. Bedbugs can bite human or animal skin to suck their blood. Usually bedbugs are lodged in the cracks of the mattress, the spring box, the back of the bed, the bed frame, or other...
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8 Unbelievable Obese Kids
8 Shocking Obese Kids 1. This is the world’s heaviest child -  10-year-old Arya Permana (423 lbs) Arya is 10 years old, weighs 192 kg , does not fit into clothes and can no longer walk. He's being put on a crash diet in an effort to save his life. A 10-YEAR...
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What Is Vitiligo?
Vitiligo is a disease that causes loss of skin color. How extensive the vitiligo can invade a person's skin and how severe the loss of skin color varies greatly and is unpredictable. Vitiligo can attack any part of the skin in the body, and doesn't close th...
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What Is Zika Virus?
Zika virus is a virus that spread through mosquito bites, especially Aedes Aegypti species. This type of mosquito is the same type of mosquito with mosquitoes spread of dengue virus, chikungunya and Yellow Fever. Zika virus causes Zika disease or Zika Fever...
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What Is Ventricular Tachycardia?
Ventricular tachycardia is a condition when the heart chamber ( ventricle ) beats very rapidly, ie more than 100 times per minute, with at least 3 abnormal beat in a row. This condition is caused by a disruption in the electrical heart, usually occurs in he...
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What Is Esophageal Varices?
Esophageal Varices are the abnormal enlargement of the veins located in the esophagus. The esophagus is a pipe connecting the esophagus and stomach. Varicose veins occur when the venous valve is weakened or damaged and the vein wall becomes tenuous. Meanwhi...
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What Is Xerophthalmia?
Xerophthalmia is a progressive eye disease characterized by dry eyes. This disease can cause serious damage to the cornea of the eyes in the form of white patches and corneal ulcers. If left untreated, this condition can lead to blindness. The main cause of...
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What Is Xerosis?
Xerosis is a medical term for describing dry skin conditions. The name xerosis comes from the Greek world "xero" which means dry. Xerosis is a common disease in the community, especially among the elderly. This disease usually occurs within a short time, bu...
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What Is Autism?
Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder ( ASD ) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects the child's ability to communicate, social interaction, and behavior. ASD is not only includes autism, but also includes Asperger's syndrome, Heller's syndrome, and per...
What Is Autism?
What Is Autism?
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