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  2. What Are the Signs of Sun Damage? Wrinkles, Actinic Keratoses ...

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    Here are some of the most common signs of sun damage: Sunburns may last only a few days, but they add up to skin problems later in life. When you have a mild sunburn, your skin turns red and feels ...

  3. Common and Rare Side Effects for polyethylene glycol 3350 oral

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    a puncture, tear or hole in the esophagus. a type of stomach irritation called gastritis. insufficient blood supply to the colon. bleeding from stomach, esophagus or duodenum. decreased kidney ...

  4. Allergic Reactions: Symptoms, Triggers, and Treatments - WebMD

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    You might get hives, itching, swelling, sneezing, and a runny nose. You might have it if you have itching, redness, and peeling or flaking. Medications: If you’re allergic to a certain drug, you ...

  5. Nerve Pain and Nerve Damage - WebMD: Neurological Symptoms

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    Tingling or prickling. Burning. Problems with positional awareness. In some instances, people with nerve damage will have symptoms that indicate damage to two, or even three, different types of ...

  6. 10 Best Ways to Increase Dopamine Levels Naturally - Healthline

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    7. Listen to music. Listening to music can be a fun way to stimulate dopamine release in your brain. Several brain imaging studies have found that listening to music increases activity in the ...

  7. DIPG: How to Treat Rare Brain Cancer - WebMD

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    DIPG treatment options include surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. Radiation. This is the main DIPG treatment. The doctor beams high-energy X-rays at the tumor in a series of sessions. Children ...

  8. GLYCEROL: Overview, Uses, Side Effects, Precautions ... - WebMD

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    Overview. Glycerol is a naturally occurring alcohol. It is an odorless liquid that is used as a solvent, sweetening agent, and also as medicine. When glycerol is in the intestines, it attracts ...

  9. Sniffing Glue: Serious Health Risks and Side Effects

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    glue-sniffer’s rash — a rash around the mouth that extends to the middle of the face. headaches. dizziness. nausea and vomiting. abdominal pain. mood swings and belligerence. appearing ...