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Infectious Disease

If you can catch it from someone else, it’s an infectious disease. It has so many ways to spread—through saliva, sneezing, breathing, touching, sharing food and drink, and sexual contact.

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E. Coli Infection: Symptoms and Treatment

E. coli strains can be harmless while some can cause bloody diarrhea. Strains of E. coli bacteria may cause urinary tract infection (UTI), severe anemia or kidney failure.
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Whooping Cough: Hallmark Symptoms, Treatments and When Is It Dangerous

This article will discuss the respiratory illness whooping cough that can occur in children, adolescents, and adults. Symptoms include fatigue and malaise, a low-grade fever, excessive tearing, red eyes, severe coughing, a “whooping” sound on inspiration, and vomiting after coughing.
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What Causes Bad Smelling Urine?

Urine could have foul, strong, or sweet smelling characteristics. The most common causes of bad smelling urine are dehydration, dietary changes, or a side-effect of medication.
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7 Ways to Stop Touching Your Face

How to stop doing it. Read into the psychology of why we touch our face so much and 7 steps that will help you stop.
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