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  1. ... Treatment can reduce symptoms and improve quality of life. Learn more. ... can get in the way of normal daily life. OCD usually starts in childhood, adolescence, or early ...
  2. ... that someone will try to take their own life. It often includes a series of questions, known ... that someone will try to take their own life. During most screenings, a provider will ask some ...
  3. ... can help reduce symptoms and improve quality of life. Why do I need ADHD screening? Your health ... condition that can affect many aspects of your life. Symptoms may cause problems in school or work, ...
  4. ... lead to opportunistic infections . These are serious, often life-threatening, conditions that take advantage of very weak ... It indicates AIDS and a high risk of life-threatening opportunistic infections. While there is no cure ...
  5. ... symptoms. But sometimes the infection develops into a life-threatening condition. Learn more. ... disease called dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF). DHF causes life-threatening symptoms, including blood vessel damage and shock . ...
  6. ... can have a big impact on a child's life. Learn more. ... can make a big impact on a child's life. Early treatment, known as early intervention, helps children ...
  7. ... symptoms ranging from a mild rash to a life-threatening condition called anaphylactic shock. Diagnosing a food ... from mild rashes to abdominal pain to a life-threatening complication called anaphylactic shock . Food allergies are ...
  8. ... acid in the blood can lead to a life-threatening condition called lactic acidosis. Learn more. ... get too high, it can lead to a life-threatening condition known as lactic acidosis. A lactic ...
  9. ... or protein S are too low, you can develop life-threatening blood clots. Learn more. ... it's called a pulmonary embolism . This condition is life-threatening. Protein C and protein S deficiencies can be ...
  10. ... body. A burst appendix is a serious, sometimes life-threatening condition. Appendicitis is very common, mostly affecting ... before surgery. You can live a completely normal life without an appendix. Learn more about laboratory tests, ...
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