Our understanding of habitability relies entirely on the availability of liquid water. All life on Earth needs it, and there’s every indication that life elsewhere needs it, too.
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With at-home treatments, a chalazion should decrease in size over time. If you need surgery to remove a chalazion, you can expect some bruising and swelling for up to 2 weeks while it’s healing.
A chalazion is a small, firm bump that forms on your eyelid. A blockage in a meibomian glan
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Remember when you weren’t feeling well and your mom or grandma suggested a heating pad or a warm compress? Ever wonder why? Or ask yourself when you got hurt—is it ice or it heat?
If you're making plans to hit the road in the coming weeks, you'll need to stay energized and alert during the drive. This way traveling becomes less of a hassle and more fun — even as you're stuck in traffic. While stress, aches, and eyestrain may arise as you're driving, yo
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Blood clots are small clumps of blood that have the consiste
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Deep vein thrombosis is a blood clot that forms inside a vein, usually deep within your leg. As many as 900,000 Americans a year get one, and up to 100,000 die because of it. The danger is that part of the clot can break off and travel through your bloodstream. It could get stuck in your lungs
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The most common sites of thrombus formation are the deep veins of the legs and those of the pelvis, but thrombosis can occur in any vein, including the hepatic vein (Budd