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The specialty and specialized hospital of Azarbaijan started its work in 1993 to provide specialized medical care with the cooperation of the most experienced medical staff and advanced equipment.The center, in addition to the first level facilities and in addition to the expertise of internal surgery, obstetrics, obstetrics and anesthesiology, has specialized in other disciplines such as neurology, infectious and pathology, and laboratory and dialysis and cardiopulmonary and cardiac scans, and laser and dental centers...
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Is this how abdominal fat leads to diabetes?
Is this how abdominal fat leads to diabetes?

It is known that being overweight or obese leads to poor health, but it may be less known that abdominal fat is the most harmful type. Until now, researchers were unsure of the mechanisms responsible for this — but now, they reveal how an enzyme produced by our liver raises the risk of diabetes.

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Why you feel tired all the time
Why you feel tired all the time

Do you often ask yourself, "Why am I so tired all the time?" If so, this article may be the perfect read for you; we have compiled a list of some of the most common reasons for tiredness and what you can do to bounce back into action.

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The potentially deadly bacterium that's on everyone's skin
The potentially deadly bacterium that's on everyone's skin

Forget MRSA and E. coli. There's another bacterium that is becoming increasingly dangerous due to antibiotic resistance -- and it's present on the skin of every person on the planet.

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Death risk increased with two blood pressure drugs
Death risk increased with two blood pressure drugs

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a major risk factor for heart disease, the leading cause of death in the United States. But a new study has found that two classes of medication that are commonly used to lower blood pressure could present a death risk all on their own.

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Appendix acts as a reservoir for disease-associated proteins; appendectomy lowers the risk of developing Parkinson's
Appendix acts as a reservoir for disease-associated proteins; appendectomy lowers the risk of developing Parkinson's

Removing the appendix early in life reduces the risk of developing Parkinson's disease by 19 to 25 percent, according to the largest and most comprehensive study of its kind. The findings solidify the role of the gut and immune system in the genesis of the disease, and reveal that the appendix acts as a major reservoir for abnormally folded alpha-synuclein proteins, which are closely linked to Parkinson's onset and progression.

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