1. Mainly it is due to Dyspepsia, consumption of heavy Antibiotics which kills normal Bacterial flora which makes vit B complex for our body. It is also due to mental tension. I have seen so many exam going students having ulcers in the mouth and when the exam is over it is cured. Mouth sores are commoRead more

    Mainly it is due to Dyspepsia, consumption of heavy Antibiotics which kills normal Bacterial flora which makes vit B complex for our body.
    It is also due to mental tension. I have seen so many exam going students having ulcers in the mouth and when the exam is over it is cured.
    Mouth sores are common and rarely cause complications. You may need Coronoplasty (smoothen teeth edges) along with Multivitamin cap, for five days in the morning after meals & antiseptic ointment or gel on the area of ulcer until then.

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  2. Hair fall is due to infection in scalp skin or hormonal effects also sometimes its genetic cause, if infective then easily goes into hairs follicles & its root and results in hair fall, for control on hair fall you have to control on infections, medicines takes time to remove infections due to lRead more

    Hair fall is due to infection in scalp skin or hormonal effects also sometimes its genetic cause, if infective then easily goes into hairs follicles & its root and results in hair fall, for control on hair fall you have to control on infections, medicines takes time to remove infections due to less blood supply in scalp skin. But fully curable with proper medicines and care.

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  3. Yes you need to take SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) antidepressants such as escitalopram, sertraline and for a prescription you need to visit any psychiatrist in your area.

    Yes you need to take SSRI (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) antidepressants such as escitalopram, sertraline and for a prescription you need to visit any psychiatrist in your area.

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  4. Dark circles happen due to various reasons apart from lack of sleep like dehydration, hormonal changes, stress, genetic predisposition, straining the eyes if you work for long hours in front of the computer/ mobile/ tablet, and food intake. Green and purple tone dark circles is usually cause by poorRead more

    Dark circles happen due to various reasons apart from lack of sleep like dehydration, hormonal changes, stress, genetic predisposition, straining the eyes if you work for long hours in front of the computer/ mobile/ tablet, and food intake.

    Green and purple tone dark circles is usually cause by poor blood circulations

    Brown dark circles are caused by increased production of melanin and sun damage.

    Steps to reduce dark circles:
    1. You should have extra sleep in night(7-8 hours).
    2. Use cold compress, it helps to reduce dark circles.
    3. Try applying alovera gel, it may not help in every case.

    A very important thing to remember is: Always wear sun protection, because sun exposure can make your dark circles worse.

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  5. Sunscreen is the key. Age-related changes to the skin are cumulative over the years. So if you sit in the sun without sunblock summer after summer, your skin will begin to show signs of early ageing. In addition, good skincare is key. I recommend cleanser, toner and moisturizer with sunscreen. At niRead more

    Sunscreen is the key. Age-related changes to the skin are cumulative over the years. So if you sit in the sun without sunblock summer after summer, your skin will begin to show signs of early ageing.

    In addition, good skincare is key. I recommend cleanser, toner and moisturizer with sunscreen. At night, use an eye cream and night cream, and stay out of the sun during the day!

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  6. There is no magic formula to lose weight. Sorry! The simple answer is: calories in minus calories out. So if you feel as if you would like to take off five to 10 pounds, cut back on your portions, make healthier choices and increase your physical activity. One helpful hint is to grab a pen and pad aRead more

    There is no magic formula to lose weight. Sorry! The simple answer is: calories in minus calories out. So if you feel as if you would like to take off five to 10 pounds, cut back on your portions, make healthier choices and increase your physical activity.

    One helpful hint is to grab a pen and pad and record everything you eat in a day, including a bite of this or a handful of that. It all adds up. Review your entries and make necessary adjustments!

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  7. The average cold lasts five to seven days. If you develop a cough, a high fever (greater than 101.5 degrees) or facial pain, it could be more than a cold, and you should see your doctor. Viruses cause colds. There is no treatment for viruses. Antibiotics will not help. In most cases, any OTC (over tRead more

    The average cold lasts five to seven days. If you develop a cough, a high fever (greater than 101.5 degrees) or facial pain, it could be more than a cold, and you should see your doctor.

    Viruses cause colds. There is no treatment for viruses. Antibiotics will not help. In most cases, any OTC (over the counter) medication that helps to treat the symptoms is fine. For example, decongestants or antihistamines can often provide symptomatic relief.

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  8. If your food poisoning is mild enough to treat at home, work on rest and rehydration. Get fluids however you can: ice chips, small sips of water or clear liquids, or by drinking a sports drink with electrolytes in it. Wait until you’re sure your vomiting is over before you try to eat. Stick with blaRead more

    If your food poisoning is mild enough to treat at home, work on rest and rehydration. Get fluids however you can: ice chips, small sips of water or clear liquids, or by drinking a sports drink with electrolytes in it. Wait until you’re sure your vomiting is over before you try to eat. Stick with bland, non-greasy foods.

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  9. Experts aren’t sure. One study said heavier people may outlive lighter folks, but most research shows that those who carry extra pounds are more likely to get heart disease, cancer or die before thinner folks. Your best bet: Do what you can to get healthy. Stay active every day and eat a balanced diRead more

    Experts aren’t sure. One study said heavier people may outlive lighter folks, but most research shows that those who carry extra pounds are more likely to get heart disease, cancer or die before thinner folks. Your best bet: Do what you can to get healthy. Stay active every day and eat a balanced diet. Lose some weight if you need to.

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  10. It’s unlikely. Most research -- including a study of more than 420,000 people over 20 years -- says there’s no connection between brain tumors and cell phone use. A more recent study, though, found a link between a specific type of brain tumor called a glioma and heavy cell phone use. If you’re worrRead more

    It’s unlikely. Most research — including a study of more than 420,000 people over 20 years — says there’s no connection between brain tumors and cell phone use. A more recent study, though, found a link between a specific type of brain tumor called a glioma and heavy cell phone use. If you’re worried, wear a headset, use the speaker, and limit your phone time.

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  11. Reheat those leftovers. Microwaves don’t make food “radioactive.” All your microwave does is make the water molecules in food move, which creates friction that heats it up. Microwaves do create a small magnetic field but a lot of work goes into making sure there’s not enough to cause problems. JustRead more

    Reheat those leftovers. Microwaves don’t make food “radioactive.” All your microwave does is make the water molecules in food move, which creates friction that heats it up. Microwaves do create a small magnetic field but a lot of work goes into making sure there’s not enough to cause problems. Just don’t use one with a damaged door.

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  12. No. A 1998 study that claimed Autism Spectrum Disorder was caused by the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine was based on faulty research and was later retracted. Meanwhile, several other more recent studies show vaccines have no connection at all to autism -- but they do lower kids’ risks ofRead more

    No. A 1998 study that claimed Autism Spectrum Disorder was caused by the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine was based on faulty research and was later retracted. Meanwhile, several other more recent studies show vaccines have no connection at all to autism — but they do lower kids’ risks of getting dangerous health conditions like whooping cough and polio.

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