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Round Lump In Bicep Muscle
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Finally i'm seeking an answer. i am a 46 yr old male, and i discovered a lump on the back of my right leg around the age of 32 (yes that long). located above my[...]
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Unless you live in a cave or without human interaction, you are probably familiar with the term, ‘yeast infection’. But do you know exactly what a yeast infection is? The actual medical term for a yeast infection, which is also known as thrush, is Candidiasis. Candidiasis is a fungal infection having to do with any [...]
Researches in medical science have been in development since the early existence of mankind. Since ancient times medical treatments have undergone huge advancement in the type of remedial options practiced for the cure of existing ailments in human body. The latest development in medical science is the use of stem cells for restoration of health.