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marc, 1 pages
Credit card fraud costs cardholders and issuers hundreds of millions of dollars each year. While theft is the most obvious form of fraud, it can occur in other ways. For example, someone may use your ...
rika, 6 pages
Osteoporosis, or porous bone, is a
disease characterized by low bone
mass and structural deterioration of
bone tissue, leading to bone fragility
and an increased ...
rika, 1 pages
Conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the outermost layer of the eye, is commonly called
“pink eye,” although in reality any number of conditions can make the eye look pink or red.
rika, 3 pages
Pesticides are poisons designed to kill pests such as rodents, insects, weeds and fungi. Many common
pesticides contain potent neurotoxic chemicals that attack and disable portions of the ...
rika, 4 pages
The external ear canal is a closed pouch with an inner lining of stratified squamous epithelium. The thickness of the epithelial barrier is not uniform. Toward the outer third of the ear, the lining ...
rika, 2 pages
Inflammation or irritation of the ear canal is not as severe as middle ear infection, and does not threaten hearing. Invasion of the ear canal by bacteria or fungus.
rika, 1 pages
Ear infections can be an inflammation located:
• In the ear canal, outside the eardrum
• Inside the inner ear
• or both
Ear canal inflammation is: ...
shinta, 4 pages
Strep throat accounts for between 5-10% of all sore throats. Although anyone can get strep throat, it is most
common in school-age children. People who smoke, who are fatigued, run down, or who ...
shinta, 12 pages
In 1993, the Tennessee General Assembly passed legislation establishing the Traumatic
Brain Injury (TBI) Program in the Department of Health. The TBI Program staff, with guidance
from a ...
shinta, 5 pages
Randomized controlled trials of prevention targeting the biologically relevant intermediate end-points in the
adenoma-carcinoma sequence offer important and unusually valid information in a ...