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  • Q&A About Getting Older

    Q&A About Getting Older. Gray hair, wrinkles, and even shrinking: Find
    out why it all can happen to older people. Help Your ...

  • Lou Gehrig's Disease (ALS)

    ... Over time, Lou Gehrig's disease causes these motor neurons in the brain and
    spinal cord to shrink and disappear, so that the muscles no longer ...

  • All About Adenoids

    ... Adenoids usually shrink after about age 5, and by the teenage years
    they often practically disappear. When Adenoids Swell. ...

  • Word! Pupil

    ... change when the amount of light near them changes. It's all in a day's
    work for the incredible, shrinking, growing pupil.

  • Words to Know (Cancer Glossary)

    ... In radiation therapy, high-energy radiation from X-rays, gamma rays, or other
    sources is used to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. ...

  • What Is Cancer?

    ... It can cause tumors to shrink and even go away completely. Radiation
    therapy is one of the most common treatments for cancer. ...

  • ¿Por qué se encoge la gente?

    ¿Por qué se encoge la gente?

  • Preguntas y respuestas sobre el envejecimiento

    Preguntas y respuestas sobre el envejecimiento. Gray hair, wrinkles, and even
    shrinking: Find out why it all can happen to older people. ...



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