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NIDCD

How Loud is Too Loud? Bookmark

noise exposure  How Loud is Too Loud 

A bookmark that presents the decibel levels of various electronic devices, vehicles, machinery, and conversations, and discusses ways to protect your hearing.

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OWH

Pregnancy and lupus

pregnancy  breastfeeding  lupus  preeclampsia  Women’s health  neonatal lupus  corticosteroids  lupus and pregnancy  high risk pregnancy  lupus flares during pregnancy 

If you have lupus, learn the steps to take to plan a healthy pregnancy.

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OWH

Living with lupus

exercise  vaccines  stress  sleep  lupus  Women’s health  hyperlipidemia  healthy foods  lupus flare  lupus flare triggers  steroids  Vitamin D2 

Lupus symptoms come and go, but you can learn the triggers for flares to help control your symptoms.

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OWH

Lupus symptoms

fever  anemia  women's health  mouth sores  chest pain  eye disease  lupus symptoms  memory problems  muscle and joint pain  rashes  hair loss  sun or light sensitivity  prolonged or extreme fatigue  blood clotting 

Learn about lupus symptoms and what to do if you think you may have lupus.

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OWH

Lupus and women

bacteria  viruses  stroke  seizures  lupus  estrogen  autoimmune diseases  Women’s health  systemic lupus erythematosus  cutaneous lupus erythematosus  drug-induced lupus  neonatal lupus 

Lupus is more common in women and in women of color. Learn the types of lupus and how it affects women.

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NCCIH

5 Things To Know About Safety of Dietary Supplements for Children and Teens

An evidence-based summary for you to share with your health care provider. From NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.

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NHLBI

Venous Thromboembolism - Life After

As you recover from your short-term treatment for VTE, you will need to follow up with your doctor regularly to monitor your condition and discuss whether you need to continue taking blood-thinning medicines. You will also want to take steps to prevent a repeat VTE event and be aware of possible long-term complications.

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NHLBI

Venous Thromboembolism - Treatment

Not everyone who is diagnosed with VTE needs treatment. In some cases, your doctor will detect a clot and decide to monitor it instead of treating it right away. Doctors usually recommend medicines to treat VTE, but a vena cava filter may be used if you cannot take the medicine.

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NHLBI

Venous Thromboembolism - Diagnosis

Your doctor will diagnose deep vein thrombosis with or without pulmonary embolism based on your medical history, a physical exam, and various imaging or blood test results.

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