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    • High Blood Pressure High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a repeatedly elevated blood pressure exceeding 140 over 90 mmHg -- a...learn more »
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      High Blood Pressure Article
      • High blood pressure facts
      • What is high blood pressure?
      • How is the blood pressure measured?
      • How is blood pressure defined?
      • What are the signs and symptoms of high blood pressure?
      • What are the different types of high blood pressure?
      • Isolated systolic high blood pressure
      • White coat high blood pressure
      • Borderline high blood pressure
      • What causes high blood pressure?
      • The metabolic syndrome and obesity
      • What are the causes of secondary high blood pressure?
      • Renal (kidney) hypertension
      • Adrenal gland tumors
      • Coarctation of the aorta
    • Vertigo Vertigo is a feeling of spinning movement, and at times accompanied by nausea and vomiting occur. Vertigo is most often...learn more »
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      Vertigo Article
      • Vertigo facts
      • Vertigo introduction
      • What is vertigo?
      • What are the causes of vertigo?
      • What are the symptoms of vertigo?
      • How is vertigo diagnosed?
      • How is vertigo treated?
      • Can I treat vertigo at home, and can vertigo be prevented?
    • Stroke A stroke results from impaired oxygen delivery to brain cells via the bloodstream. A stroke is also referred to as a CVA, or...learn more »
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      Stroke Article
      • Stroke facts
      • What is a stroke?
      • What causes a stroke?
      • What are the risk factors for stroke?
      • What is a transient ischemic attack (TIA)?
      • What is the impact of strokes?
      • What are stroke symptoms?
      • What should be done if you suspect you or someone else is having a stroke?
      • How is a stroke diagnosed?
      • What is the treatment of a stroke?
      • Is surgical treatment done for strokes?
      • What complications can occur after a stroke?
      • What can be done to prevent a stroke?
      • What is in the future for stroke treatment?
    • Migraine Migraine is usually periodic attacks of headaches on one or both sides of the head. These may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting,...learn more »
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      Migraine Article
      • What is a migraine headache?
      • What are the symptoms of migraine headaches?
      • What are some of the variants of migraine headaches?
      • How is a migraine headache diagnosed?
      • How are migraine headaches treated?
      • What is the treatment for moderate to severe migraine headaches?
      • What other medications are used for treating migraine headaches?
      • How are migraine headaches prevented?
      • What are migraine triggers?
      • What should migraine sufferers do?
      • What are prophylactic medications for migraine headaches?
      • What is the proper way to use preventive medications?
      • What is the treatment for menstrual migraine?
      • Conclusions
    • Lupus (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmune disease characterized by periods of remission and relapse (flares). Symptoms...learn more »
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      Lupus (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) Article
      • Lupus Overview
      • Lupus Causes
      • Lupus Symptoms and Signs
      • Other Lupus Symptoms and Signs
      • When to Seek Medical Care
      • Lupus Diagnosis
      • Self-Care at Home
      • Medical Treatment
      • Complications of Lupus
      • Lupus Prognosis
      • Prevention of Lupus Flares
      • Lupus Pictures
    • Coma Coma is the inability to waken or react to the surrounding environment. The Glasgow Coma Scale is frequently used to measure the...learn more »
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      Coma Article
      • What is a "coma"?
      • What is the Glasgow Coma Scale?
      • What are the causes of a coma?
      • Trauma
      • Bleeding (Hemorrhage)
      • Epidural, subdural, and subarachnoid hemorrhages
      • Tumors
      • Swelling
      • Infection
      • Lack of oxygen
      • Hypoglycemic coma
      • Poisons
      • How is coma assessed?
      • What tests are there for coma?
      • What is the outcome and prognosis for a patient in a coma?
      • Induced Coma

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