Can maternal hypertension cause neonatal jaundice?

Answer Nothing. Even the best antiviral drugs around today can only slightly reduce the infection time, usually only by a day or two. In 5-10% of children given the antiviral drugs there have been reports... Read More »

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What is the primary cause of physiologic jaundice?

Physiologic jaundice is a common, temporary and usually harmless condition found in healthy newborn babies. Jaundice appears as a yellowish coloring of the skin and whites of the eyes.CausesThe pri... Read More »

Can hypertension cause PVCs?

Hypertension--also known as high blood pressure--is a potential risk factor for premature ventricular contractions (PVCs). Other causes of PVCs include congestive heart failure, low electrolyte lev... Read More »

Can aspirin cause hypertension?

On One Hand: Aspirin Does Not Cause HypertensionAspirin is not a known cause of hypertension (high blood pressure). In fact, aspirin can have heart-healthy benefits. Some people use aspirin daily t... Read More »

Can alcohol cause hypertension?

On One Hand: Alcohol Is One Cause of HypertensionAbusing alcohol can lead to hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, according to MedlinePlus. The Mayo Clinic reports that having two or th... Read More »