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What can cause itchy lower legs? What can cause itchy lower legs?

What can cause itchy lower legs?

By 2 weeks ago

Several health issues can cause itchiness in the lower legs. Below, find some of the more common causes and their symptoms.ShavingShare on PinterestThere are various conditions that may cause itchy lower legs.Shaving products and techniques can lead to itchiness in the lower legs. Friction from razor blades can scrape and irritate the skin, while harsh…

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Medical News Today: What causes dizziness after a workout? Medical News Today: What causes dizziness after a workout?

Medical News Today: What causes dizziness after a workout?

By 2 weeks ago

Feeling dizzy after a workout is a common occurrence. Often, it is the result of something minor, such as mild dehydration.In other instances, however, it can indicate an underlying condition that requires treatment.In this article, we list seven potential causes of dizziness after exercise, and we discuss treatments and methods of prevention.Possible reasons for feeling…

Medical News Today: When is constipation an emergency? Medical News Today: When is constipation an emergency?

Medical News Today: When is constipation an emergency?

By 3 weeks ago

If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Mild constipation is common. Very severe constipation or constipation accompanied by certain warning signs — such as blood in the stool or severe abdominal pain — can constitute a medical emergency.Intestinal bleeding, appendicitis, a strangulated hernia,…

Medical News Today: What to know about bowel disorders Medical News Today: What to know about bowel disorders

Medical News Today: What to know about bowel disorders

By 3 weeks ago

Bowel disorders affect the organs in the digestive system, including the small and large intestines. These conditions can prevent the body from properly digesting and absorbing nutrients from food. This can cause symptoms such as diarrhea and constipation.If a person does not seek treatment for them, bowel disorders can contribute to other health complications, including…

Medical News Today: 16 strategies and treatments to fight depression Medical News Today: 16 strategies and treatments to fight depression

Medical News Today: 16 strategies and treatments to fight depression

By 3 weeks ago

Depression is one of the most common mood disorders in the United States. It causes persistent sadness and limits a person’s ability to go about their daily activities.However, depression is treatable, and people can recover from it. Both lifestyle changes and medical treatments can help individuals feel better. Typically, managing depression is an ongoing process.In…

Medical News Today: What can cause back pain and nausea? Medical News Today: What can cause back pain and nausea?

Medical News Today: What can cause back pain and nausea?

By 3 weeks ago

Some common causes of back pain and nausea include:Stomach virus or food poisoningShare on PinterestA person with back pain and nausea may be experiencing a stomach virus or food poisoning.Gastroenteritis causes pain and inflammation in the stomach as the result of an infection.Several different types of infection can cause gastroenteritis, including norovirus and food-borne illnesses…

No short-term fix for challenges in California pot market

By 3 weeks ago

California’s struggling legal marijuana market is likely to see a period of turbulence and challenges continue for at least a couple more yearsBy MICHAEL R. BLOOD Associated PressNovember 16, 2019, 2:44 AM3 min read California’s struggling marijuana market can expect more strain and turbulence for at least a couple of years as it deals with…

Cannabis The ‘peasant’ binge drinker who went viral – and what it says about modern China Cannabis The ‘peasant’ binge drinker who went viral – and what it says about modern China

Cannabis The ‘peasant’ binge drinker who went viral – and what it says about modern China

By 3 weeks ago

Image copyright Liu Shichao What do you get when you mix a pint of beer, a can of Pepsi, a huge glass of flaming spirits, and a raw egg?For Liu Shichao – who filmed himself downing the lot in eight seconds – you get 12 million views on Twitter and a worldwide fanbase.And that video…

Running, no matter how little, is linked to 27% lower death risk Running, no matter how little, is linked to 27% lower death risk

Running, no matter how little, is linked to 27% lower death risk

By 3 weeks ago

Research has already shown that running is an activity that can help us stay healthy for longer, but how much do we have to run to extend our lifespan? A new review suggests that no matter how little or how much we run, the exercise is linked with a significantly lower risk of death from…

Homeopathic treatments for anxiety: What to know Homeopathic treatments for anxiety: What to know

Homeopathic treatments for anxiety: What to know

By 3 weeks ago

Homeopathy for anxiety uses mixtures of herbal, mineral, and other natural products to relieve anxiety symptoms. These very dilute homeopathic concoctions would sometimes be toxic in high doses.The Anxiety and Depression Association of America report that anxiety is the most prevalent mental health condition in the United States, affecting 18.1% of the adult population each…

What’s the link between anxiety and shortness of breath? What’s the link between anxiety and shortness of breath?

What’s the link between anxiety and shortness of breath?

By 3 weeks ago

Anxiety is very prevalent, but its triggers vary among individuals, who will also experience it in many different ways. Some people with anxiety may notice that they have shortness of breath.Shortness of breath, or dyspnea, is a common symptom of anxiety. As with other anxiety symptoms, it can feel worrying, but it is ultimately harmless…

Medical News Today: New blood test marks progress in battle against sepsis Medical News Today: New blood test marks progress in battle against sepsis

Medical News Today: New blood test marks progress in battle against sepsis

By 3 weeks ago

A new blood test could save lives in the treatment of sepsis. It assesses five markers in the blood to predict who is at low, medium, and high risk of death. With this knowledge, doctors could start treating the serious condition much earlier and with more precision.Share on PinterestNew research details how a blood test…

Medical News Today: How can your period affect bowel movements? Medical News Today: How can your period affect bowel movements?

Medical News Today: How can your period affect bowel movements?

By 3 weeks ago

Many people notice that their bowel habits change predictably throughout their monthly menstrual cycle. This shift in pattern is because the bowel is affected by period-related hormone changes.During each menstrual cycle, the body goes through many hormonal shifts. These changes affect the whole body, leading to familiar premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms such as mood swings,…

Medical News Today: The link between insomnia and cardiovascular disease Medical News Today: The link between insomnia and cardiovascular disease

Medical News Today: The link between insomnia and cardiovascular disease

By 3 weeks ago

Sleeping problems can affect both mental and physical health. Now, a large-scale analysis in China highlights how insomnia might lead to potentially life threatening cardiovascular diseases. Share on PinterestNew research points to concerning links between insomnia and cardiovascular problems.Insomnia is a relatively widespread problem. When a person has insomnia, they often struggle to fall asleep…

Canada’s Trudeau appears set to win 2nd term Canada’s Trudeau appears set to win 2nd term

Canada’s Trudeau appears set to win 2nd term

By 4 weeks ago

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won a second term in Canada’s national elections Monday, losing the majority but delivering unexpectedly strong results despite having been weakened by a series of scandals that tarnished his image as a liberal icon. Trudeau’s Liberal party took the most seats in Parliament, giving it the best chance to form a…

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