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Allergic rhinitis (diseases)

Allergic rhinitis is commonly called hay fever. Hay fever is also sometimes referred to as seasonal allergies, which can be triggered by the change of seasons, more specifically the changes in mold, pollen, and dander count in the air. Allergic rhinitis is one of the most common health problems in more...

Fractures (diseases)

A fracture is a medical condition that occurs when a person’s bones are subject to cracks or breakage. While fractures are known as broken bones, the term “break” does not form part of the medical terminology used in orthopedics. FRACTURES CAUSES Many fractures are caused by a high force, stress or more...

Hiccups (diseases)

When a person has hiccups, or singultus, the diaphragm undergoes several spasmodic contractions that repeat over the course of several minutes. The process occurs when the diaphragm muscle contract several times in succession and a good amount of air suddenly enters into the lungs. To stem this influx of air, more...

Hyperactivity (diseases)

Defining hyperactivity is difficult at best, as there are so many interpretations of the term, depending on the different behaviors of people. The root word “hyper” means “above”, and the closest, and most accurate definition of hyperactivity refers to any activity performed by a person that is considered above the more...