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Shoulder stabbing: pain in the shoulder joint
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Shoulder stabbing: pain in the shoulder joint

Pricking in the shoulder: Pricking in the shoulder is a common form of local shoulder pain, which usually occurs when the arm is moved and concentrates on either the front or back of the shoulder, the shoulder joint or the area on the side below the canopy.

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Jaw pain - causes and treatment

The term jaw pain usually refers to all those complaints that affect the chewing apparatus, which is composed of the temporomandibular joints, the teeth, the jawbone and the chewing muscles. Pain in the jaw can be very uncomfortable and for a variety of reasons, but nightly gnashing of teeth is often the cause, which causes the chewing surfaces of the teeth to become very worn and result in tension.
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Ingrown toenail

Ingrown toenails or toenails (medically "Unguis incarnatus") are a relatively common phenomenon and in most cases very uncomfortable for those affected. In principle, the problem can affect any person of any age and can therefore also arise in babies, for example due to incorrect nail cutting.
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Colon cancer signs and symptoms

Colon cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in Germany. According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), around 33,100 men and 27,900 women contracted bowel cancer in 2014. Around 27,000 people die each year from the consequences. Since this type of cancer rarely causes the first signs or symptoms, and clear symptoms only appear at an advanced stage, early diagnosis becomes all the more important.
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Belly button pain: causes and therapy

Belly button pain is usually understood to mean all those complaints that occur in the area of ​​the navel, i.e. the rounded recess on the front of the abdomen. There are various causes for this type of abdominal pain, especially in children, for example, they often occur during growth or during psychological stress.
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Weakness - causes and treatment

General weakness and feeling weak A weakness is usually a sudden onset of physical weakness, but there is no loss of consciousness. Instead, the person concerned typically becomes “black in the eye” and dizzy, in addition to other symptoms such as nausea, tremors, muscle twitching and rapid heartbeat.
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Cluster headache causes and treatment

Clusterkopfschmerzen sind auch heute noch ein relativ unbekanntes Beschwerdebild, obwohl sie in den vergangenen Jahren durchaus eine wachsende mediale Aufmerksamkeit erfahren haben. Diese spezielle Form der Kopfschmerzerkrankung ist durch heftigste, schubweise auftretende, einseitige Kopfschmerzen gekennzeichnet.
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Pallor of the face (pale face)

While sun-tanned skin is a sign of freshness and well-being for many people, facial paleness is quickly associated with fatigue, exhaustion and illness. Not without reason: Because, for example, pale skin can also appear as a result of insufficient fresh air, poor nutrition or smoking, it should always be recognized as a warning reaction of the body and medically clarified.
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Acidification

Acidification does not mean acid regurgitation or heartburn, but an excess of acid in the blood. The human organism constantly needs energy. He gets this from food. Fats, carbohydrates and proteins play an essential role in energy generation. The oxygen we breathe is also involved.
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Irritable bowel

Irritable bowel syndrome (RDS) The irritable bowel is one of the most common gastrointestinal diseases in the western industrialized nations. This is a functional bowel disorder without organic causes.How does irritable bowel develop? The exact causes of irritable bowel syndrome (RDS) have not yet been clarified.
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Smoking cough - causes and therapy

Smoking cough is generally understood to mean chronic respiratory diseases caused by tobacco consumption. Both chronic bronchitis and possible pulmonary emphysema (irreversible damage to the alveoli) are a relatively common consequence of long-term tobacco use. The symptoms and complications of smoking cough are also referred to in the medical literature under the collective name COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease / Engl.
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Coughing up blood: bloody cough

Coughing up blood (hemoptysis, hemoptysis) is generally an extremely serious symptom, which can be related to various serious diseases of the respiratory tract. A medical examination of the complaints is therefore urgently required - in case of doubt, an emergency doctor should be alerted.
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Sciatic nerve trapped

Sciatica: pinched nerve on the back Pain in the lower back, buttocks and rear leg is commonly referred to as sciatic pain. This can be caused by a pinched sciatic nerve. There are several reasons why a sciatic nerve gets trapped - the most common reason is a herniated disc.
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Acidification of the body (acidosis)

Respiratory or Metabolic Acidosis The accumulation of acid in the body is called acidosis. This happens when the organism either does not get rid of enough acid, produces too much acid or cannot balance the acid. A distinction is made between metabolic and respiratory acidosis.
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White blood cells in the urine

Leukocytes in the urine (leukocyturia) If white blood cells appear more often in the urine, this is called leukocyturia. This can have various causes, but mostly there are urinary tract infections, such as the bladder (cystitis), the ureter (ureteritis), the urethra (urethritis) or the kidney pelvis (pyelonephritis).
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Brittle nails - causes and treatment

Brittle nails occur very often and lead to a reduction in well-being and quality of life in many people. Attacked fingernails or toenails are often not only a cosmetic problem, because in addition to external causes such as harmful substances in the nail polish remover, diseases, hormone changes, medication or an iron deficiency can also be the reasons for the structural damage.
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Nerve trapped

Pinched nerve - what is the cause and what helps? A pinched nerve can cause very painful symptoms and functional disorders in different parts of the body. Affected people are often severely restricted in their everyday lives, especially if it is a chronic course with long-lasting symptoms.
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Susceptibility to infections / susceptibility to infections

Always sick: susceptibility to infections An infection susceptibility is usually spoken of if infections with cold-like or flu-like symptoms such as cough, runny nose or sore throat occur more than four times (or 12 times in children) a year. However, this is only in rare cases a "real" immune deficiency such as
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Cracking in the back / back crack

A crack in the back can be relaxing for those affected or also the beginning of painful back pain. But what exactly is cracking in the back and is the cracking dangerous? Does the cracking cause permanent damage or is it "a release" from blockages and is therefore completely normal? Almost everyone knows the cracking in joints, although this is sometimes perceived as more threatening in the back than, for example, with cracking fingers.
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Chew fingernails

Children and adolescent therapists estimate that around ten percent of all children and adolescents in Germany suffer from fingernail chewing syndrome. Parents often prohibit their children from chewing their fingernails under the threat of sanctions, possibly exacerbating the problem. It is better if parents and educators research the causes and show constructive coping strategies to the child.
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Fragile hair: broken hair

Brittle, brittle hair and hair loss are a common problem, which means a significant reduction in the quality of life for many sufferers. From a biological point of view, hair is a rudiment, because the original functions such as heat insulation or protection from sunlight now only play an insignificant role.
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