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How to Care for a Broken Jaw

Broken jaws commonly occur as the result of a physical assault or as the consequence of a sports, industrial or automobile acciden...

How is AIDS transmitted?

The human immunodeficiency virus or HIV leads to acquired immune deficiency syndrome, or AIDS. HIV works by destroying the body's ...

Rite Aid Pregnancy Test Double Pack Instructions

Thinking you are pregnant can be nerve-racking until you know for sure. Home pregnancy tests, like Rite Aid’s First Response...

What Is "Dex" in Mountain Climbing?

Known among mountaineers as “dex,” dexamethasone is a steroid used to treat high-altitude cerebral edema. Every year a...

Average Amount of Stomach Acid in the Human Stomach

Your stomach secretes a variety of fluids that aid in digestion, including stomach acid. Stomach acid is composed primarily of hyd...

Signs of Full-Blown AIDS

Without HIV treatment, full-blown AIDS usually takes about a decade to develop. During this last phase of the disease, the virus s...

Signs of AIDS on the Skin

AIDS is an immunodeficiency syndrome contracted through unprotected sex or via the blood of an infected person, Medline Plus says....

How to Heal a Cut in My Nose

Cuts on the inside of the nose are problematic. They're in an enclosed space with no light and little air. Worse, your sinus syste...

Emotional Effects of HIV and AIDS

Finding out that you have HIV or AIDS can be an emotionally devastating experience. In addition to the physical challenges involve...
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