It can be confused with other diseases such as Parkinsons and therefore requires in depth tests.
Since it is categorized as an autoimmune disease, two deductions I can come up with. 1) The immune system is too complex to have an explanation and 2), the knowledge is available but is not widely accepted so that other meds with side effects can take precedence.
by naijenni 23 months ago
I would ask him, how are you coping with the pressures of the society below?
by - 18 months ago
I tend to keep hold of things. I am without a car and live in the UK. I often find contrasting info by simply "googling it", this creates more confusion. What would Hubbers suggest as the best method to get rid of three old laptops no longer used?Could use the cash (one...
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
I always wondered why those little words effected people so much, so i ask my fellow hubbers out there to tell me and try to answer the question, "why is saying i love you so hard?"
by Elizabeth 3 years ago
If God is like a light switch in a dark room, why is it so hard to show it to a non-believer?This appeared in a forum post recently:"They are led to stand before the doorstep of a dark room ~ and encouraged to discover if there is any light-switch ('God') inside it. The only way to find out ~...
by CWanamaker 7 years ago
Why is it so hard for some people to admit when they are wrong?Even when faced with a mountain of evidence and strong opposition, why are some people not willing to accept that they were wrong?
by sarovai 8 years ago
When I checked hub traffic sources, I found google.ae is showing -1 view perday. I confused with the negative sign. Can some body explain on this?
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