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 What are the treatments for physiological jaundice?

Answer Physiological jaundice occurs in newborn babies 3 to 5 days after they have been born. It occurs because they have immature livers that cannot process bilirubin produced as a result of red blood ce... Read More »
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What are treatments for jaundice in babies?

Jaundice Treatments for Cats?

All types of cats are susceptible to jaundice, which is a yellowing of the tissues and gums.The cat's liver, spleen, or bone marrow process red blood cells. In this process bilirubin is created, wh... Read More »
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Physiological Benefits of Smiling?

Smiling, laughing and generally adopting a positive attitude seem, anecdotally, to make people feel better. The exact physiological effects of smiling, however, are less clear. There is some eviden... Read More »
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What is a physiological adaptation of a crocodile?

Crocodiles, the world's largest reptiles, have been around for 240 million years. During that time, they have developed many adaptations that enable them to live in their watery homes.SkinCrocodile... Read More »
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