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... development of teeth . artificial tears to help with dry eyes saliva
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... are located in and around your mouth and throat. Salivary gland s make saliva
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... , contagious , viral disease that causes painful enlargement of the saliva
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... BODY FLUIDS: Any fluid in the human body, such as blood , urine , saliva
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... diagnostic technique-also called nuclear magnetic resonance or NMR-based on the magnetic fields of hydrogen atoms in the body. One can test the saliva
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... baby outside where the cool, moist air might help. Patients complain of dry eyes , dry mouth, persi stent cough (dry airway s), and lack of saliva
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... appetite s, suffer extreme fatigue , or have trouble sleeping. Dry eyes and a dry mouth may result from inflammation of the tear glands and saliva
glands . fenfluramine hydro chloride An adrenergic agonist agent, appetite suppressant, prescribed as a short-term adjunct in exogenous ...
... . Human breast mil does not supply the proper amount of vitamin D . Secretory ( sIgA ) is found in large amounts in breast milk , saliva
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... as seasickness , car sickness , train sickness, ... MOTION SICKNESS ( Car Sickness , Sea Sickness) SYMPTOMS" Nausea , excessive saliva
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... is commonly believed. Rather, when chigger larvae bite, they insert a specialized mouth part into a skin pore or hair follicle, which injects saliva
into the skin . Fleas , mites, and chiggers often bite humans, but are not poison ous. It is sometimes difficult to assess which type of ...
... facilities. Colds and sinus infection s Allergies Tobacco smoke or other irritants Infected or overgrown adenoids Excess mucus and saliva
produced during teething ... COLDS AND FLU "How can you tell whether it is a heavy cold "or the flu ? Here is the difference: Headache - ...
... many smaller sips over a longer period. - Drink more water. Dehydration often causes bad breath , especially first thing in the morning. saliva
does not flow during sleep, so no mouth cleaning occurs at night. - Eat parsley. Other chlorophyll-containing foods are also good for your breath. ...
... Why is proper dental care important? Practicing proper dental care : ... Tartar, Dental Related Category: Pathology precipitate of saliva
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... cells and to provide energy. Digestion begins in the mouth when food is chewed and starch is broken down by ptyalin, an enzyme secreted in saliva
. Food then enters the stomach , where it is reduced to tiny particles and further transformed by gastric juices. digestion The mechanical ...
... by infection in the middle ear. earache or face pain pain is worse with chewing pain is worse with foods that cause an increase in saliva
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... two ducts come together. Digestion begins in the mouth when food is chewed and starch is broken down by ptyalin, an enzyme secreted in saliva
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... is a tube that leads from the throat to the stomach . See all Pictures & Images Esophageal Atresia Symptoms & Signs Excessive saliva
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... in the body for the rest of his or her life. Those with an acute infection have a high concentration of the Epstein -Barr virus in their saliva
, and the disease is spread by exchange of this bodily fluid. Commenting on the findings, Joyce Epstein , director of FSID, said, "The clocks ...
... in the body for the rest of his or her life. Those with an acute infection have a high concentration of the Epstein-Barr virus in their saliva
, and the disease is spread by exchange of this bodily fluid. (1) 'postinfectious neuromyasthenia', going back to an atypical ' poliomyelitis ' ...
... may block more and more of your esophagus , making swallowing increasingly difficult. Eventually, some people aren't able to swallow their own saliva
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... tell you something you need to know. Pouches in the neck usually cause bad breath ( halitosis ) and the regurgitation of swallowed food and saliva
. Some patients with Zenker's diverticula can push on their neck and make old food appear in their mouths. Bad breath , also called ...
... ) of single-stranded RNA virus es that are carried by rodents and transmitted to humans when they inhale vapors from contaminated rodent urine , saliva
, or feces . Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome : Abbreviated HPS. A disease that struck the Four Corners area (where the states of Arizona, ...
... vaccinated or whose immunity to rubella has weakened. Cytomegalovirus , or CMV, is easily spread from person to person, either through the saliva
, blood transfusion s, or sex. The English physician Edward Jenner (1749-1823) exploited the fact that cowpox created immunity to smallpox ...
... left side with one knee bent. You may have to wear a mouthpiece to keep your mouth in the right position. A suction tube may be used to drain saliva
out of your mouth. A soft tube will be put into your mouth. Shin- splint s occur a few inches below the knee on the medial (inner) side of ...
... The naso pharynx and the oropharynx merge into the larynx . The oropharynx also carries swallowed substances, including food , water, and saliva
ry secretion, which must pass into the esophagus and then the stomach . Cancer , such as gastrointestinal , oral, pharynx , larynx , ...
... miembros de la fa milia han padecido irritacin de la garganta recientemente? ¿El dolor aumenta, disminuye o sigue igual? ¿Puede deglutir la saliva
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... after a year they should be getting no more than two cups of milk a day. BODY FLUIDS: Any fluid in the human body, such as blood , urine , saliva
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