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    has a different effect on everyone. There have only been a few times in my life when I can honestly say that depression got the best of me and the symptoms pretty much sucked. The different stages of this disorder always take a bad turn and tend to mess with people’s minds. Sometimes people can be stressed and not know it but the signs and symptoms are there and even if someone can see tell there is not much a person can do until the person faces the fact that they are going through it. There

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    transmission, there are many different symptoms Rift Valley fever can cause when infecting its host. Not only can they differ between humans and animals, but within those units individuals can experience a wide variety of symptoms ranging from those as mild as headaches and nausea to those more extreme such as meningitis and death. Although throughout history only about 2% of humans infected happened to be fatal, the other 98% suffered through a wide variation of symptoms that focused on different aspects

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    “Memory is a way of holding on to the things you love, the things you are, and the things you never want to lose.” –Keven Arnold. Memories are the part of our life that we stick by. Good or bad, memories are embossed in us and are there for life, but what if as time went by, you lost your ability to keep hold on those memories? Even worse, you begin losing your ability to communicate with words, recognizing familiar faces and places. It makes you start to feel confused and a sense of depression.

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    Symptoms of AIWS was first published by Dr. John Todd, a British psychiatrist, in 1955 when many of his patients with severe migraines showed similarities in distorted reality perception (Cau, 1999). Todd classified and documented these commonalities between his patients as a single group of symptoms closely associated with some individuals who experience severe migraines and epilepsy (Todd, 1955). With this in mind, the most prevalent and notable symptoms documented in his paper were instances of

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    The brutal symptoms of smallpox reveal why the disease is known as one one of the deadliest in history. Smallpox slowly deteriorates the victim in distinct symptom stages. Symptoms begin to display after approximately ten days since the victim was exposed to the Variola virus. Suddenly, the victim will feel flu-like symptoms including headache, fever, overall discomfort, severe back pain, vomiting, and severe fatigue (“Smallpox.”). Brutal symptoms such as these, unfortunately, are only the beginning

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    The Symptoms and the Treatment of Depression Depression has been a part of our lives for as long as humans have been on the earth. Everyone has had days when nothing was going right. But it all depends with an individual how to handled this adversity and how depressed that person becomes. Depression is considered to be the "common cold of psychological disorders." This is because depression is the most common mood disorder. In fact, depression

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    body. There are various symptoms that lead up to Multiple Sclerosis, for example: muscle loss, sensory and vision loss weakness and more. Gender can also play a role in the diagnosis process of this disease; females have a greater risk to get the disease. Scientists have still not found a cure or a cause of Multiple Sclerosis, but they have found ways to prevent the progression of the disease. One reason why the disease is so hard to diagnose is because the signs and symptoms are invisible. Aliza

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    Symptoms of Acute Coronary Syndrome Acute coronary syndrome is a medical emergency in women and men that needs immediate attention; it is imperative to identify early symptoms to get an early treatment with good outcomes. The timely recognition of symptoms for this condition could be a matter of life or death for the patient; acute coronary syndrome is responsible for more than seven million deaths around the world each year, (De Vonn, Hogan, Ochs, & Shapiro, 2011). Su, Nyi, and Li (2015)

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    trouble with coordination and balance. This may eventually result in paralysis, either partial or full. Another symptom of MS is visual problems. According to Rose et al., patients who show visual problems may do so in a variety of ways. They can range from blurred vision to blindness. These problems are compounded by exposure to heat. In addition, fatigue and stress can also cause the symptoms to worsen. Fatigue is often a unavoidable consequence of the disease. People with MS often spend much of their

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    Conversion Disorder/Functional Neurological Symptom Disorder Abstract Functional Neurological Disorder Symptoms also known as conversion disorder, is a disorder that doctors say isn’t a real disorder that patients seem to make up. The appearance of conversion disorder is often related to traumas or even milder stressors such as the loss of employment or divorce. The following essay will give a general breakdown of what the conversion disorder is, what the symptoms are, the pathophysiology aspect, possible

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