All Blood Health Topics

Aortic Stenosis: Signs, Cause and Treatment

Usually, aortic stenosis has no symptoms, but can also occur with signs such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, etc. Learn the causes and treatment.

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Symptoms of CML and the Diagnosis and Treatment

CML is a type of cancer that affects the bone marrow or blood cells. The article discusses the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of CML.

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10 Ways to Raise Iron Levels Fast

How to raise iron levels fast? The ways include limiting problematic foods, eating iron-rich foods, taking supplements, etc. Treating the underlying cause is also essential.

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Bulging Veins in Hands: Causes and Treatments

Bulging veins in hands are typically not serious and can be due to aging, exercise, etc. But they can also indicate a serious problem. Read for all the causes and treatments.

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Too Much Oxygen in Blood

Too much oxygen in blood, or hyperoxemia, can cause severe damage to the central nervous system and the pulmonary system. Learn to inhale oxygen properly to avoid the damage.

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Aortobifemoral Bypass

Know what to expect before, during and after an aortobifemoral bypass procedure here. And learn how to take proper care of yourself at home to speed recovery time.

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External Jugular Vein

The external jugular vein is important as a part of the venous drainage of the head, brain and neck. Its close location to the surface of the skin makes it more vulnerable to injury.

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High White Blood Cell Count: Causes & Treatments

High white blood cell count can indicate an underlying problem, such as inflammation, infection, and even cancer. White blood cells count can be controlled by dietary changes.

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Ideal Diet for Blood Type B

Learn how to eat right for your blood type B and more lifestyle strategies suggestions. But be careful when choosing a blood type B diet because there is little scientific data to support such claims.

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Blood Transfusion Reaction

Blood transfusion reactions, though uncommon, may occur due to various factors such as immune reaction, bacterial contamination, rapid administration, or existing chronic conditions. Prevention, immediate recognition and treatment are important.

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