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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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OWH

Bacterial vaginosis

bacteria  women's health  bacterial vaginosis  vaginal yeast infection 

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a common infection in the vagina caused by changes in the amount of certain types of bacteria in your vagina.

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NIDDK

Your Digestive System & How it Works

gallbladder  bacteria  patients  APPENDIX  mouth  stomach  liver  microbiome  Digestive Diseases  Rectum  Anus  Small Intestine  Pancreas  Esophagus  Digestion  GI Tract  Gastrointestinal Tract  Large Intestine  nutrients  health professionals 

Overview of the digestive system—how food moves through each part of the GI tract to help break down food for energy, growth, and cell repair.

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NIDDK

Whipple Disease

bacteria  antibiotics  infection  patients  Digestive Diseases  Small Intestine  Digestive System Disease  Joint Pain  Neurological  Bacterial Infection  Whipples Disease  general public  Whipple Disease 

Describes the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of Whipple disease.

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NIDDK

Foodborne Illnesses

prevention  research  symptoms  treatment  parasites  bacteria  viruses  patients  complications  diet  Digestive Diseases  dehydration  Travelers Diarrhea  Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome  Foodborne Illnesses  Information Resources Assistant  general public  Diet Nutrition 

Discusses the causes, risk factors, complications, treatment options, and prevention strategies of foodborne illnesses. Resources provided for more information.

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CDC

Say No to Raw Dough! | CDC Features

prevention  cook  disease  illness  bacteria  recalls  e. coli  CDC Features  raw dough  raw flour  flour  cookie dough  bake  cake mixes 

For many people, the holiday season is the perfect time to spend time together in the kitchen and share delicious baked foods and desserts. Follow these safety tips to help you and your loved ones stay healthy when handling raw dough.

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CDC

Infection | Leptospirosis | CDC

bacteria  CDC  infection  transmission  leptospirosis  pigs  Urine  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  contaminated water  rodents  bacterial special pathogens branch  bspb  dogs  division of high-consequence pathogens and pathology (DHCPP)  horses  wild animals  domestic animals  cattle 

The bacteria that cause leptospirosis are spread through the urine of infected animals, which can get into water or soil and can survive there for weeks to months.

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