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Carotid stenosis is the narrowing of the arteries in the neck because of fat and cholesterol deposits (plaque) within the carotid arteries. The narrowing increases the chance of a blockage, resulting in stroke when the brain does not get a sufficient blood supply. When symptoms like slurred speech and blurry vision occur, immediate medical help is necessary.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 

Carpal tunnel syndrome refers to the compression of the median nerve that runs from the arm to the hand through the carpel tunnel in the wrist. When the nerve is pinched or compressed, numbness, tingling and pain can occur in the arm and hand. Anatomical issues (small wrists), certain inflammatory conditions, pregnancy and its hormone imbalance, and repetitive movement like typing are all thought to be causes.

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Cataracts are a cloudiness in eye's lense which causes vision issues. Cataracts can start slowly and are not always noticeable. They often affect both eyes (but sometimes in varying degrees). Symptoms can include blurry vision, sensitivity to light, and fading colors. Age and other conditions like diabetes and previous eye surgeries are known causes.

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Celiac disease is an immune disorder where the body reacts to gluten, a protein in wheat, barley and rye. The small intestine becomes inflamed and its lining damaged. When this happens, key nutrients cannot be absorbed which causes digestion problems and weight loss. In children, growth and development can be affected.

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Cerebral palsy is the result of problems during brain development, at childbirth, or just after birth. The resulting disorder involves poor muscle tone, difficulty moving, stiff muscles and more. Some people with cerebral palsy are unable to walk, have epilepsy, trouble swallowing, are blind, and may have limited intellect.

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