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Hypertension and Cardiology

ISSN 2329-9487

High blood pressure, also called hypertension, means there is too much pressure in your blood vessels. This can damage your blood vessels and cause health problems. Anyone can develop high blood pressure, but it becomes more common as you get older. The study of adult and child heart disorders are through different training pathways.

Biosemiotic Research

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Journal of Biosemiotic Research is an integrative discipline that studies communication and signification in living systems. It is devoted to establishing a bridge between biology, philosophy, linguistics and communication studies. Its primary challenge is to provide a broad scientific insight not merely of biological information but also of biolog

Thyroid Cancer

ISSN 2574-4496

Most nodules are cysts filled with fluid or with a stored form of thyroid hormone called colloid. Solid nodules have little fluid or colloid. These nodules are more likely to be cancerous than are fluid-filled nodules. Some types of solid nodules, such as hyperplastic nodules and adenomas, have too many cells, but the cells are not cancer cells.

Behavior Therapy And Mental Health

ISSN 2474-9273

Behavioral therapy is an action-based therapy for positive behavior change. Other therapies tend to be more focused on delving into the past. In behavioral therapy, the past is still important as it often reveals where and when the unwanted behavior was learned, however it looks more so at present behavior and ways in which it can be rectified.

Sinusitis

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The sinuses are small, air-filled spaces inside the cheekbones and forehead. They make some mucus which drains into the nose through small channels. Sinusitis means inflammation of a sinus. Most bouts of sinusitis are caused by an infection. The cheekbone (maxillary) sinuses are the most commonly affected. Acute sinusitis and Chronic sinusitis

Clinical Research In HIV AIDS And Prevention

ISSN 2324-7339

HIV is a virus that gradually attacks the immune system, which is our body's natural defense against illness. If a person becomes infected with HIV, they will find it harder to fight off infections and diseases. The virus destroys white blood cell and makes copies of itself inside them. Infected may carry various different strains in their body.

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