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(Science: medicine) A general disease characterised by painful, often multiple, local inflammations, usually affecting the joints and muscles, but also extending sometimes to the deeper organs, as the heart.

(Science: medicine) inflammatory rheumatism, acute rheumatism attended with fever, and attacking usually the larger joints, which become swollen, hot, and very painful. Rheumatism root.

(Science: botany) See twinleaf.

Origin: L. Rheumatismus rheum, Gr, fr. To have or suffer from a flux, fr. Rheum: cf. F. Rheumatisme. See 2d Rheum.

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Hyper and hypo tension?

... respectively. High blood pressure puts strain on the heart and makes strokes more likely. low blood pressure slows the metabolism and makes rheumatism and arthritis more likely, and can cause damage to internal organs. Er, well that's more or less what I read in wikipedia anyway.

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by animartco
Sun Apr 29, 2012 12:58 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Hyper and hypo tension?
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Water Therapy

... cured by Drinking water 1. Headache 2. Urogenital diseases 3. Blood Pressure/Hyper Tension 4. Hyper acidity 5. Anaemia 6. Gastro-enteritis 7. Rheumatism 8. Dysentry 9. General Paralysis 10. Rectal Piodapse 11. Obesity 12. Constipation 13. Arthritis 14. Hostorthobics 15. Sinusitis 16. Diabetes ...

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by David George
Thu Mar 30, 2006 10:54 am
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Water Therapy
Replies: 3
Views: 3530

The Fiber Disease

... may lead to tailor-made drugs to regulate the destructive inflammatory processes that are associated with autoimmune diseases like arthritic rheumatism, SLE, vascular inflammations, hemolytic anemias, kidney inflammations, and blood poisoning.

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Thu Jan 26, 2006 7:11 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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