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Oral contraceptives
Taking Contraceptives Cause Weight Gain? One of the biggest myths about the pill use is in relation to a supposed weight gain that women have after starting the contraceptive. Unfortunately, weight gain complaints may be the main reason for the abandonment of pills.
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Weight Loss   Article saved: 20 November 2016
 
Tendons
Tendonitis - Symptoms, Causes and Treatment Tendinopathy or tendinosis are the terms currently used to describe tendon injuries that were formerly called tendinitis.
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Pain   Article saved: 10 May 2016
 
Testicular pain
Testicular Pain - Major Causes Pain in the testicle is a symptom that usually causes much apprehension in men. The testicles are very sensitive organs and any minor trauma is enough to cause pain.
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Pain   Article saved: 05 May 2013
 
Thermogenics
Thermogenic - Risks and Side Effects The so-called thermogenic supplements are products that have become very popular in recent years because it promises weight loss and better physical performance. The thermogenic substances which act by increasing the body temperature through stimulation of the cardiovascular, respiratory and central nervous systems. The thermogenesis results are an increase in the basal metabolism and an increased fat burning, which helps the patient to lose weight.
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Nutrition   Article saved: 25 October 2015
 
Throat pain
Throat Pain - Questions and Answers Questions and answers regarding throat pain.
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Pain   Article saved: 20 June 2018
 
Thyroid gland examination
Thyroid Nodule - Symptoms, Causes, and Cancer Risk The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland located in the neck just below the larynx. The main function of the thyroid is to produce hormones that control the metabolism of our body.
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Hypothyroidism   Article saved: 08 July 2018
 
Tinea versicolor
Tinea Versicolor - White Cloth The PV is a very common skin mycosis caused by the fungus Malassezia genus. The PV is also known by the names spleen cloth, beach ringworm or tinea versicolor.
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Skin diseases   Article saved: 09 December 2015
 
Excess belly
Tips to Lose Belly If you reached this article looking for tips on how to lose belly considering only the aesthetic side of the situation, lose a few minutes with us, as we will give you even more reasons (plus tips) you want to lose weight and lose a few centimeters from your belly.
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Weight Loss   Article saved: 29 October 2016
 
Toxoplasma gondii
Toxoplasmosis - Symptoms, IgG and Treatment Toxoplasmosis is a disease caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii, present in the whole planet and with a high prevalence in the world population. To get an idea of how common is toxoplasmosis infection, it is estimated that about 1/3 of the world's population has already come into contact with this parasite. And toxoplasmosis is not a disease restricted only to developing countries; about 80% of the population of Paris and 70% of the Americans present positive serology for this protozoan.
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Parasite   Article saved: 02 June 2018
 
Pregnant woman with cat
Toxoplasmosis in Pregnancy Toxoplasmosis is an infection caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii. It is a disease that usually goes unnoticed in healthy people, but is serious in immunosuppressed patients and pregnant women.
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Parasite   Article saved: 06 June 2018
 
Vaginal candidiasis
Treatment for Candidiasis Vaginal Vaginal candidiasis, also called vulvovaginitis candidiasis is a fungal infection caused by the fungus candida species, usually the Candida albicans. Other forms of Candida, such as Candida glabrata, can also cause vulvovaginitis, but are much less common.
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Bacterial infections   Article saved: 10 September 2016
 
Urinary tract
Treatment for Urinary Tract Infection Urinary infection is the name given to the infection of any structure of the urinary tract, including urethra, bladder, ureters or kidneys. In more than 95% of the patients the infection is of bacterial origin, being the bacterium Escherichia coli responsible for more than 3/4 of these cases.
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Urology   Article saved: 27 June 2017
 

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