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Medical Symptoms Diagnosis

Updated on May 3, 2014


Knowing symptoms and possibly knowing some medical procedures may help save a life. Here I've put together some articles that I've found on the web on medical symptoms diagnostics. Knowing some of the warning signs may be the difference between life and death. Knowing what to do is critical.


Know The Warning Signs of Stroke

Knowing the warning signs of stroke is important and everyone should know the symptoms that are visible. These symptoms include:

- Numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body

- Confusion

- Trouble speaking or understanding

- Trouble seeing in one or both eyes

- Difficulty walking

- Dizziness

- Loss of balance or coordination

- Severe headache with no known cause

Knowing these symptoms can be the difference between life or death.

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The normal range for adults are between 60-100 bpm or beats per minute.

How to find this number.

You must find the pulse on your neck or wrist. There are other spots to detect a pulse however these are the best choices. Using your index and second finger only, press on the pulse and count the beats in a 15 second period. Multiply that number by 4 to reach beats per minute.

Knowing Your Heart Rate

Knowing your heart rate will let you know if you should see a Doctor.

Babies to age 1....................100-160 bpm

Children ages 1 to 10........... 70-120 bpm

Children ages 11 to 17......... 60-100 bpm

Adults................................... 60-100 bpm

Its not uncommon to see a well conditioned athletes heart rate around 40-60 bpm.

Bpm = beats per minute.


Signs of Cancer

Eight Signs of Cancer

There are eight signs of cancer that we should be aware of. Some symptoms listed are things that if you notice and they are occurring, then you should immediately consult your physician. Keep in mind there may be a serious problem if you are displaying any symptoms listed and you should take it seriously.

Canadian Cancer Society


Symptoms Of Cancer

The symptoms include: These are only eight signs that there may be a problem.

1- Coughing up blood.
2- Rectal blood.
3- Breast lump or mass.
4- Difficulty swallowing.
5- Post-menopausal bleeding.
6- Abnormal prostate tests.
7- Anemia.
8- Blood in urine.

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