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Kidney stones can happen to anyone regardless of gender or age.

But studies have shown that this is more common during middle age and three times more in men.

So what the symptoms of kidney stones?

The most common symptoms of kidney stones include: bloating, blood in the urine, cloudy or foul-smelling urine, an increase in the frequency of urination, nausea, and vomiting, pain during urination and tenderness in the abdomen and kidney region.

You may also experience pain that goes on and off.

This may last for minutes to several hours which you may feel in the kidney, lower abdomen or groin.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is one of those diseases which is rarely known among people. Only during the year 1992, a measurable set of symptoms which was used to distinguish the disease was proved.

Some of the things that need to be remembered about IBS are:

1) IBS is not life-threatening: The syndrome is not fatal.

People should know the truth that, they will never undergo death due to the Syndrome. As most of the doctors state the same old saying that the disease is not curable, people feel that this is a fatal illness.

Everyone knows that high blood pressure is considered serious by doctors. But for most of us, we do not know why.

High blood pressure, left unchecked, can have serious consequences. The dangers can range from vision problems to ulcers to an outright heart attack or stroke and death.

The higher your blood pressure, the higher your risk of heart disease and stroke.

How does this impact your heart?

When the heart is forced to overwork for an extended period of time, it tends to enlarge. A slightly enlarged heart can function well, but a significantly enlarged heart cannot.

Hepatitis is a serious illness that affects the liver.

There are five different types of hepatitis, which can be caused by five different viruses of the condition.

Hepatitis A is a type that can be cured. There can be no life-long negative effects on the infected person.

There are several ways of getting oneself infected with it.

One can become infected with it by both anal and/or oral sexual activities or by eating food and/or drinking water that has a virus called HAV. This virus causes liver swelling.

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