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On the flip side, a patient who is losing weight may be suffering from a viral infection, gastroenteritis, an overactive thyroid, or a number of other health conditions that might not seem apparently to them.
Africa has a half-billion people suffering from various illnesses associated with extreme poverty, such as tuberculosis and gastroenteritis.
A number of other athletes reported cases of gastroenteritis at one of the official hotels.
A fever with diarrhea that happens over a short period of time can be the sign of a viral condition, like gastroenteritis.
If the goal is to rehydrate a baby with acute gastroenteritis, use electrolyte solutions instead of juice.
The woman's sister went to the ER within a day of her symptoms, but was initially sent home with a diagnosis of gastroenteritis.
Serial killing was a lot easier to disguise in the 1800s, apparently, since everyone was dying of typhoid and gastroenteritis, anyway.
According to Adams, the most common illness from swimming in water with E. coli bacteria is gastroenteritis, which can cause diarrhea, vomiting and stomach pain that typically comes a day or two after exposure.
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