Signs Of Craniosynostosis In Your Newborn

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Babies are born without their skull fully hardened and formed. This allows the brain to grow as the child grows. The skull does not begin to fully harden until a child reaches about two years old. If the skull begins to harden when a baby is a newborn, they may have a condition called craniosynostosis. This is a condition that affects an estimated one in 1,800 to 3,000 children, with boys being more likely to suffer from this condition.…

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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Symptoms And Treatments To Help You

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As you age, it can be common to experience an increase in health problems and symptoms associated with aging. And as a male over the age of 40, it is important that you watch for signs of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and treat them to prevent their occurrence and minimize their effects on your health. Here are some common symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia, and how you can treat it to lessen its effects.…

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When AA Is Not Enough: Treating Alcoholism On A Different Level

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Alcoholism is something that a lot of people try to overcome through different non-medical programs. For example, many people will go through Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, to get help. It works for some people, but there is a small percentage who will not find complete help or release from their addiction by group talk therapy alone. If you find that nothing else has worked for you, but you are very determined to stop abusing alcohol as your drug of choice, you need some stronger treatment.…

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