Mononucleosis

Mononucleosis What is Mono?

Mononucleosis: Mononucleosis is colloquially known as Mono. This viral infection can cause symptoms throughout the body including drowsiness, aching muscles, an irritated throat and overall feelings of fatigue.

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Mononucleosis - Frequently Asked Questions

What Are the Signs of a Benzo Overdose?
30 dec
What Are the Signs of a Benzo Overdose?

The symptoms of an overdose due to benzodiazepine (“benzo”) include abnormal breathing, feeling sleepy or tired, passing out, clumsiness to the point of appearing drunk, slurred words, lightheadedness, disorientation, and uncontrollable eye movements. If you believe someone has had a possible benzo overdose, call 911 and be as specific as possible. Signs of a Benzo

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How Do I Know If I Have A Malpractice Case?
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How Do I Know If I Have A Malpractice Case?

Millions of dollars get paid out every year in medical malpractice claims. If you suffered injuries because of medical negligence or inadequate care from a healthcare provider, you deserve compensation. But how do you know if you have a malpractice case? If you experienced complications after a medical procedure, became sick or injured following care, or feel

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Mononucleosis - News Articles

22 mar
Georgia Doctor Found Liable for Medical Malpractice Leaving Patient Paralyzed

Joan Simmons woke up on July 20, 2014 in unbearable pain. She was somehow able to get herself to the emergency room at St. Joseph’s/Chandler Hospital, located in Savannah, Georgia. Simmons, then 58, told the attending emergency room physicians that she had an intense pain coming from her back. According to court records, Simmons was

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Louisiana Appellate Court Upholds Verdict & Increases Award by $1,186,000
14 jul
Louisiana Appellate Court Upholds Verdict & Increases Award by $1,186,000

Louisiana Appellate Court Upholds Verdict & Increases Award by $1,186,000 After seeing a gastroenterologist in August 2013 about a pain in his upper right abdomen, Roger Burchfield was referred to the Willis-Knighton Medical Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. Forrest Wright, a surgeon at the medical center, determined that Burchfield, then 58, required immediate gallbladder surgery. Before

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