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What is Trichomoniasis and What are the Symptoms?
Sexual Health

What is Trichomoniasis and What are the Symptoms?

Trichomoniasis is generally not serious, it is crucial to get tested and treated because it commonly occurs as a co-infection with other STIs. 70% of individuals infected with Trichomoniasis will have no symptoms.

Dvora Kluwgant, MD
Dvora Kluwgant, MD27 Jun 2022
Signs of Stroke in Young Adults
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Signs of Stroke in Young Adults

Although most people who have strokes are older than 60, up to 10 percent of all strokes occur in those under age 45. This includes infants, high school students, and young adults. No matter the age demographic, you can recognize the sign of a stroke with the universal acronym F.A.S.T.

Alexandra Thompson
Alexandra Thompson28 Apr 2022
Do I Have IBS?
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Do I Have IBS?

Common mild symptoms of IBS include abdominal pain and cramping, diarrhea, constipation, gas, bloating, fatigue and difficulty sleeping. he exact cause of IBS is not yet known but it appears that symptoms result from an irritation in the way the gut, brain, and nervous system interact.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean20 Jun 2022
How Much Does Long-Term Care Cost in 2022?
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How Much Does Long-Term Care Cost in 2022?

Long-term care is not medical care, and therefore, is not covered by regular health insurance or Medicare. Instead, a long-term care insurance plan must be purchased to cover custodial care. 66 percent of caregivers use their own savings or retirement funds to pay for care.

Erica Kahn
Erica Kahn19 Apr 2022
When Should I Go to the ER?
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When Should I Go to the ER?

If you are experiencing a serious change in your health or a medical emergency, you should consider visiting the emergency room. Some signs you may be in a medical emergency include trouble breathing, a broken bone, or a head injury.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini4 Jan 2022
How To Manage Diabetes Without Insurance?
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How To Manage Diabetes Without Insurance?

Without insurance, you can manage diabetes using Mira, Medicaid or Medicare, or Patient Assistance Programs.

Spencer Lee
Spencer Lee15 Sep 2021