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When aortic valvulopathy presents significant quality-of-life problems for the patient but also obvious risks of serious consequences, cardiac surgery may be necessary.

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Water sports

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Protect sleep by avoiding bad habits

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Excessive salivation: what to do?

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Excessive salivation or hypersalivation may be the result of other problems such as infection, oral mucosal affection, or poisoning, but it may also not result from a previous condition but be a consequence of stress or anxiety.
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