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If you have less than three bowel movements a week, it is usually considered constipation. Most people suffer from constipation once in a while, but some people suffer from chronic constipation which can affect their daily life. Usually they feel sluggish, lethargic and sometimes irritable. It can affect appetite and concentration. Some people are afraid to eat or go to the toilet.
THE WEEKEND sees a slew of Irish and international DJ talent grace the turntables of Factory at Electric, with a collaboration between the Epoch clubnight and the Gash Collective.
The liver is constantly producing bile. When it isn’t needed for the digestion of food, the bile enters the gallbladder to be stored. Here, water is extruded, concentrating the bile and making it ten to fifteen times stronger than the bile produced by the liver.
The prostate is a small gland, about the size of a walnut, and is situated just below the male bladder. It produces fluid which binds with semen aiding in the motility of sperm.
Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, which means sticky shoulder, describes this condition accurately, it occurs in about five per cent of the population. More common in women than men, most women in the beginning of the condition may find it hard to reach the clasp of their brassiere or back pockets; it is worse at night and when lying on the affected side the pain can be excruciating and affect sleep.
FOUR HUNDRED millilitres - that is how much liquid was drained from Michael’s left testicle when he was a teenager. That is more than what a can of lemonade holds, but who could he have talked to about it?
Osteoporosis is often called a ‘silent disease’ as bone loss happens gradually over time, without any symptoms. If you have a family history of osteoporosis, have coeliac disease, or are a post-menopausal woman, you may be at increased risk.
Osteoporosis is so often a silent disease, as bone loss happens gradually over time and without any symptoms.
Lollipop Day, Ireland’s only fundraising and awareness campaign for oesophageal cancer, will run across the country this weekend.