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medical conditions

There are several harmful reactions when using computers and mobile devices for extended periods. See carpal tunnel syndrome, mouse elbow, computer hunch, smartphone pinky, computer vision syndrome, RSI, tech neck, electromagnetic hypersensitivity, dry eyes, thumb culture and deep vein thrombosis.
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Professional brokerage services, which are available online provide the convenience that many drivers who have a medical condition need.
8220;This product really fills a need for the millions of Brits living in Europe, as there are virtually no affordable options available to individuals with pre-existing medical conditions within Europe,” says Ian Atkinson, Director at Status Global Insurance: “Now we, and our broker and travel agent network in the UK and Europe, can offer our British clients peace of mind when they travel no matter their age or medical history.
Students may find this book useful as a primer or as a study guide for general medical conditions, while practicing clinicians may find it as a handy quick reference guide or refresher that can be useful when presented with conditions they do not commonly encounter.
Such chefs are not specifically trained in the medical nutrition therapy that is often required for many medical conditions.
But crashes involving drivers with a medical condition have risen 75 per cent in three years.
Furthermore, severe forms of the infection, such as necrotizing fasciitis and septicemia, are relatively common among healthy persons, although they may cause fewer deaths than they do among persons with predisposing medical conditions.
The institution's program must be designed and administered by qualified professionals for the purposes of treating the dependent's medical condition.
The IRS ruled that the children were attending the school principally to receive medical care in the form of special education in those years they were diagnosed as having a medical condition that handicapped their ability to learn.
A superb communication tool, and an absolute must for travelers with chronic medical conditions.
To test the hypothesis of a "healthy pregnant woman effect," which proposes that women have a reduced likelihood of dying from medical conditions while pregnant and in the following year, researchers compared the pregnancy-associated death rate (the rate of deaths during pregnancy and the year after its end) among 15-49-year-old women with the death rate among nonpregnant women of the same age.
1-4) OSA can lead to serious medical conditions such as cardiac and pulmonary hypertension, arrhythmias, and seizures.
Neither did the prescription of diuretics during the third trimester for medical conditions other than hypertension.

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