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Nipple Problems and Discharge
Nipple conditions are a common benign breast condition affecting many women. Some problems are related to lactation, and others are not.
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Children
Your child’s inner ears may be damaged if he or she is around extremely loud noises or around loud noises for long periods of time. This is called noise-induced hearing loss.
Narcolepsy
Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder. It is a lifelong disease of the central nervous system.Narcolepsy causes excessive and overwhelming daytime sleepiness, even after getting plenty of nighttime sleep. If you have narcolepsy, you are likely to become drowsy or to fall asleep at inappropriate times and places. These sleep attacks may happen with or without warning.
Nephrotic Syndrome
Nephrotic syndrome causes scarring or damage to the filtering part of the kidneys (glomeruli). This causes too much protein to be lost from the blood into the urine.
Neurogenic Bladder
The muscles and nerves of the urinary system work together to hold and release urine at the right time. Nerves carry messages between the bladder and the spinal cord and brain. The messages tell the muscles of the bladder to either tighten or release. In neurogenic bladder, these nerves don’t work the way they should.
Neurological Disorders
Here is a list of nervous system disorders that require clinical care by a physician or other healthcare professional.
Neck Problems
Detailed information on the most common types of neck problems, including neck pain, torticollis, and whiplash injury
Neurological Conditions
Detailed information on neurological disorders in children, including headaches, head injury and seizures/epilepsy
Normal Breast Development and Changes
Breast development happens in distinct stages, first before birth, and again at puberty and during the childbearing years. Changes also happen to the breasts during menstruation and when a woman reaches menopause.
Naturopathy
Detailed information on naturopathy as a form of alternative therapy