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D., et al. “Prompt Differentiation of Addison’s Disease From Anorexia Nervosa During Weight Loss and Vomiting.” Southern Medical Journal 91, no. 2 (February 1998): 208–211. Smoking more than 10 cigarettes each day or consuming more than 30 ounces (880 ml) of alcohol per month also increase the chance of a miscarriage. high caffeine intake. People living with a serious mental illness are at higher risk of experiencing a wide range of chronic physical conditions.

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