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4 Subtypes Lupus

Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease. As a result it can involve your skin, joints, blood cells, kidneys, brain, heart and lungs. There are 4 lupus subtypes.

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Lupus Autoimmune

About 63% of Americans never heard of lupus according to the Lupus Foundation of America. Still it affects about 1.5 million in the states. Described as unpredictable and misunderstood that’s Lupus the autoimmune disease.

Glaucoma Develop Aqueous Humor Injury Open Angle Exercise Prevention

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Glaucoma consists of a group of eye diseases that affect the optic nerve of the eye. This can lead to vision loss. January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. How does Glaucoma Develop? Glaucoma occurs due to damage of the optic nerve. As the nerve slowly deteriorates you may see blind spots in your visual field. It …

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Glaucoma don’t Lose Sight the Importance of Eye Exams

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Make that New Year resolution that can save your sight! Get your vision tested this year. Many people are not aware glaucoma in its early stage has no symptoms. The only way to detect it is through your eye exam. According to the Glaucoma Research Foundation more than 3 million people living in the Unites …

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HIV/AIDS Treating Skin Conditions: Lesions, Rashes, Kaposi Sarcoma

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Certain skin conditions may be the first indication of an HIV infection, the virus that causes AIDS. Most having HIV will get a rash or other skin condition at some time of the diagnosis. The virus attacks the immune system allowing germs to get in causing these skin problems. As the disease progresses other problems …

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