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abcnews.go.com — “Fever, runny nose, sore throat, headache, fatigue -- just another run of the mill cold or flu virus, right? Perhaps, but sometimes these rather nonspecific symptoms are harbingers of something else. A number of illnesses, particularly viral infections, can begin with symptoms that are similar to a cold or the flu but, upon closer inspection or further progression, can prove far more serious than a flu bug. Part of the reason many infections can be mistaken for a cold or a flu is because their sy” View full resource at abcnews.go.com
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organizedwisdom.com — “Arkansas hand and wrist orthopedic surgeon Dr C. Noel Henley reveals common symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Dr Henley also lists symptoms that his patients list as the most common and how you may be able to avoid certain carpal tunnel symptoms.” View full resource at organizedwisdom.com
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organizedwisdom.com — “Orthopaedic surgeon, Dr C Noel Henley, answers common questions about carpal tunnel syndrome. Dr Henley recently answered a question regarding what might aggravate carpal tunnel symptoms. Dr Henley recommends avoiding jarring, repetitive motion activities, wearing a wrist brace at night, and more.” View full resource at organizedwisdom.com
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drdavidgeier.com — “Are you experiencing pain from a sports-related injury? Use the diagram below to locate the area that hurts and find out more information about the causes/symptoms/treatments. General conditions/injuries not associated with a body part are commonly discussed on my blog, so I encourage you to check it also.” View full resource at drdavidgeier.com
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