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C. Xenobiotic metabolism; steroid, fatty acid and acetaldehyde oxidation; steroid biosynthesis

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Neglect, lack of emotions, and shallow or labile effect are related directly to dementia.

Answer number two is related to AD.

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The correct answer to this question is A. Myasthenia gravis is a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease. The skeletal muscles that are responsible for breathing and moving parts of the body such as the arms and legs are weakened. The most notable symptom of myasthenia gravis is the worsening of the muscle weakness after periods of activity.

Medication is currently the best treatment for myasthenia gravis, and it is most effective when taken on time. It is not advised to eat large meals or spend a great amount of energy at once. Research has been done to study the effectiveness of exercise in treating myasthenia, but at this time it is not a tool of prevention for myasthenia and cholinergic crises.

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Hernia is condition which occurs when a fatty tissue or an organ squashes through a weak spot in the connective tissue which is called fascia. There are several types of hernia such as the following: Inguinal hernia which happens when the bladder or intestine bulges through the abdominal wall or into the inguinal canal in the groin area.

This type of hernia commonly occurs in men because men have a natural weakness in this specific area. Incisional hernia which is when the intestine protrudes through the abdominal wall on or near the area where surgery took place. This commonly occurs in overweight people or in elderly who became inactive after an abdominal surgery. Femoral hernia which is when the intestine enters the canal where fermoral artery is located. This kind of hernia is commonly found in women especially those who are overweight or pregnant.

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always wear a condom and never share needles that are already used

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Fasciculation and fibrillation are features of dysarthria a speech disorder involving respiration and muscle control of the throat. Dysarthria is characterized by slurred or slow speech that can be difficult to understand. Common causes of dysarthria is a neurological disorder such as stroke, brain injury, brain tumors, and conditions that cause facial paralysis or tongue or throat muscle weakness.

Fasciculation is visible spontaneous contractions of the throat. Fibrillations are invisible but are also muscle twitches. They may precede fasciculation. Both may occur in motor neurone disease.

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No, you cannot get chickenpox from sunlight rays. The varicella zoster virus causes chicken pox, it spreads mainly by touching or breathing in the virus particles that come from the blisters and also through tiny droplets from infected people.
Sun rays does not cause chickenpox rather it may prevent the spread Of chickenpox. It is known that ultraviolet (UV) rays can inactivate virus on the skin and make it harder to pass on.


However, it's not wise to stay under the sun during a chickenpox infection because the skin is more susceptible to being burned. Sun exposure will increase the risk of scarring. Too much heat and sweating, which can happen if someone is under the sun for long can cause itching for the infected person.

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It's option A.Abstinence. It is the only 100% way to not to contract a sexually transmitted disease.

Abstinence means avoiding or not having any kind of sex. Different people have different opinions about it. Some also use it as a prevention of pregnancy.

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