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Biking is one of the most dangerous transportation modes and this biker almost escaped death as he whizzed past an incoming track.
29 Sep 2017
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Check out this insane gas pipe explosion occurred in Stafford caught on camera. The explosion was so fatal that it caused injuries to 15-odd people.
4 Oct 2017
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how common is hpv in females |Test for HPV The human papillomavirus, or HPV, is an extremely common sexually transmitted infection. It often clears spontaneously without treatment, but it sometimes progresses to cervical cancer, which may be fatal. Fortunately, we have tests which can detect this virus very early on and prevent most cases of cervical cancer. This article will describe how to test for HPV. 1 Understand the test. The Papanicolaou smear, or "pap smear" is a test used by a doctor to detect early signs of changes in the cells that line the cervix. The cervix is the passage that connects the vagina to the uterus, and any changes in its lining may suggest HPV infection.
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How to Understand How Colon Cancer Occurs|non small cell lung cancer This article gives an overview about the medical condition of colon cancer and its causes 1 Learn what is colon cancer. Colon cancer, or as it is often called colorectal cancer is a potentially fatal type of cancer due to its metastatic potential. It is a common disease and is a leading cause of death among the elderly people. Before I discuss this disorder it is useful to give an overview about the structure and function of the colon itself. All these in addition to the causes of colon cancer will be discussed here in the context of this article. 2 Study the anatomy of the colon. The colon or as it is often called the large intestine is the last part of the intestine and is connected with the small intestine by a valve which is called the ileocecal valve. The colon is connected at its first part with the ileum which is the last part of the small intestine. The ileocecal valve makes sure that food in the colon does not backflow to the small intestine and is propelled in one direction.
26 Sep 2017
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How to Avoid UV Exposure|tan through window Ultraviolet (UV) radiation exposure is one of the leading causes of skin cancer and vision damage. The effects of UV radiation often take many years to develop, which means you may not notice the damage until it's too late. Taking precautions and reducing or avoiding UV exposure can help prevent effects like skin cancer, cataracts, premature aging. Stay safe in the sun and you will have healthy skin and eyes for many years to come. 1 Protect against both forms of UV radiation. There are two known forms of ultraviolet light from the sun: ultraviolet A, which is a long-wave form of radiation, and ultraviolet B, which is a shortwave radiation. All types of ultraviolet radiation are invisible to the unaided eye but can do great damage to your skin and eyes over the course of a lifetime.[16] Both UVA and UVB are equally dangerous to humans. UVA radiation is more prevalent, but UVB radiation causes greater damage in smaller quantities. When you choose sunscreen or clothing with UV protection, it's important to make sure those products protect against both UVA and UVB (usually designated as "broad-spectrum" protection). 2 Understand how radiation affects the skin. Your skin shows the most direct effects of UV exposure over the course of a lifetime. If you spend a lot of time in the sun, there's a good chance that your skin will experience negative effects unless you take precautions to protect yourself against UV radiation.[17] Dry skin, blemishes, a loss of elasticity, and premature signs of aging are all common effects caused by UV exposure over long periods of time. Non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) includes squamous and basal cell carcinomas. NMSC is a serious form of cancer that is usually not fatal but can cause serious scars, damage, and disfigurement. NMSCs most commonly occur on parts of the body with high exposure to the sun, specifically the head, neck, and hands/arms. Melanoma is the most severe form of skin cancer,
28 Sep 2017
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How to Cope With mitral regurgitation medication|can you live with a leaky heart valve Mitral valve prolapse occurs when the valve that separates the left atrium from the left ventricle bulges into the atrium when it is closed during contraction. This may cause blood to flow back into the atrium, but it does not always. Many people never have symptoms. Not all cases require treatment, but if you think you might have this condition, you should get checked by a doctor to see if you do need treatment 1 Call an ambulance if you could be having a heart attack. Heart attacks can produce similar symptoms to a mitral valve prolapse. Because untreated heart attacks can be fatal, you should call an ambulance at the first suspicion of a heart attack. Heart attack symptoms may include some or all of the following:[2] Chest pain or pressure Pain that radiates to your neck, jaw, or back Nausea Abdominal discomfort Heartburn or indigestion Feeling out of breath, rapid or shallow breathing Sweating Exhaustion Lightheadedness or dizziness 2 Go to the doctor if you have symptoms of mitral valve prolapse. If you have symptoms, they may be slight at first and increase slowly. If the prolapse causes blood to leak back into the atrium (a condition called mitral valve regurgitation), you are more likely to have symptoms. This can increase in the amount of blood in the left atrium, create more pressure in the pulmonary veins, and cause the heart to become enlarged. If your condition is severe, you may have:[3][4] Chest pain An arrhythmic heartbeat A racing heartbeat Difficulty breathing during exercise and when lying flat Exhaustion
28 Sep 2017
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Do you think hitting Jackpot is always about money? These people hit the jackpot when they escaped death by mere inches and fraction of seconds. This compilation video of incredibly lucky people shows what the real meaning of being lucky is. Escaping fatal car accidents by just inches without any injury is in true sense- ‘Luck’. Watch it on your own.
5 Oct 2017
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Do you think hitting Jackpot is always about money? These people hit the jackpot when they escaped death by mere inches and fraction of seconds. This compilation video of incredibly lucky people shows what the real meaning of being lucky is. Escaping fatal car accidents by just inches without any injury is in true sense- ‘Luck’. Watch it on your own.
6 Oct 2017
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How to Determine If You Have Mesothelioma|common mesothelioma symptoms Mesothelioma is a tumor that affects the mesothelium (tissue lining your heart, lungs, and stomach). Mesothelioma can sometimes be benign, but its malignant form is a very serious cancer that requires immediate medical treatment. Malignant mesothelioma is most commonly associated with asbestos exposure, and so knowing your risk factors can be just as important as knowing the common mesothelioma symptoms. There are three kinds of mesothelioma: peritoneal mesothelioma (which affects the stomach), pericardial mesothelioma (which affects the heart), and pleural mesothelioma (which affects the lungs). There is also an extremely rare form of mesothelioma that can attack the testicles of male patients. Pleural mesothelioma is the most common. 1 Recognize that most mesothelioma cases are linked with asbestos. Most cases of mesothelioma have been linked to asbestos exposure. Asbestos is a naturally occurring fiber found in rocks, minerals, and soil.[3] Because of its flame-retardant properties, it was used in a great deal of industrial manufacturing until 1971. Those who worked with asbestos were the most likely to be diagnosed with malignant mesothelioma. If breathed in or swallowed, asbestos fibers can lead to fatal tumors. Asbestos is much less common now than it was in the early and mid-20th century because of the known mesothelioma risks; however, it can still be found in some products and older buildings might still have asbestos in the insulation.[4] Mesothelioma can be caused by asbestos exposure that occurred 20 – 50 years previously. Even if you are no longer around asbestos, you might still be at risk for mesothelioma.
7 Oct 2017
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Do you think hitting Jackpot is always about money? These people hit the jackpot when they escaped death by mere inches and fraction of seconds. This compilation video of incredibly lucky people shows what the real meaning of being lucky is. Escaping fatal car accidents by just inches without any injury is in true sense- ‘Luck’. Watch it on your own.
9 Oct 2017
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Do you think hitting Jackpot is always about money? These people hit the jackpot when they escaped death by mere inches and fraction of seconds. This compilation video of incredibly lucky people shows what the real meaning of being lucky is. Escaping fatal car accidents by just inches without any injury is in true sense- ‘Luck’. Watch it on your own.
11 Oct 2017
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30 Jan 2007
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Report Stresses Need for Better Patient, Doctor and Food Service Staff Education A new report on fatalities from food induced anaphylaxis, which follows up an earlier study, suggests that little progress has been made in effectively preventing and treating food allergy reactions over the past five years. The findings support, alarmingly, earlier statistics showing that adolescents and young adults are at highest risk for fatalities. The need for more education on the part of the medical community and patients, more attention focused on reading labels and avoiding allergens, and the importance of carrying and using epinephrine are some of the major areas which need to be improved. The report, which appears in the April 2007 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology JACI looks at 31 individuals who died as a result of their food allergies. This report follows up one from 2001 in which 32 food induced fatalities were examined. These statistics are disturbing, says Anne Munoz Furlong, Founder and CEO of the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network FAAN, because they show we are not making the progress we hoped to in preventing food allergy related deaths or in protecting teens, the highest at risk group for fatal reactions. It is going to take more awareness and action to make a difference. The foods primarily responsible continue to be peanuts and tree nuts, such as walnuts, almonds and hazelnuts, but also include milk and shrimp. The most common food sources were restaurant or food service items with hidden allergens 46% and packaged food with undeclared allergens 27%. Desserts, particularly cookies and bakery items, and Chinese food such as egg rolls caused a significant number of the reactions. In 13% of cases, the food items were homemade. In addition, every individual, for whom there was information, had asthma. Most of the individuals were not carrying their self-injectable epinephrine, and some had never been prescribed this life saving drug. A June 2006 study entitled Risk Taking and Coping Strategies of Food Allergic Adolescents and Young Adults, also published in JACI, showed that adolescents often don't carry their epinephrine self injectors because they are self conscious about carrying something that makes them look different from their friends. The solution starts with better education of medical professionals at all levels. Physicians need to do a better job of diagnosing patients and providing adequate evaluation. They also need to redouble their efforts to emphasize the importance of allergen avoidance and carrying epinephrine at all times, reports the study co-author Allan Bock, M.D., an allergist in Colorado.
28 Mar 2007
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Fatal Year 1999 year.Threat hung. All who showed resistance have been killed. People has a new opponent and it not the person! This is my old mini-film
29 Jun 2007
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F1 1994 - Ayrton Senna Fatal Crash - Imola
20 Sep 2007
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