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What Is Intussusception?

On average  your body has  twenty-five feet of organic tubing, the intestines.  Like an assembly line in reverse, the intestines  break down morsels. As food travels through, the small intestine extracts nutrients and the large intestine leaches water. Normally, this is how our bodies obtain sustenance. But what happens when the intestines fold into themselves?

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What is Thrombocypenia?

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How Common Are Vaccine Injuries?

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What is SIRVA (Shoulder Injury Related to Vaccine Administration)?

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What is Meningitis?

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What is the Seasonal Flu Vaccine?

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What is the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program?

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2017-2018 Flu Vaccine Only 36% Effective

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The 2017-2018 Flu Season, What’s the Difference Inside a Vaccine?

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