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1,058 Possible Causes for cheese, roll

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    A sensation that a drop of urine is rolling through the urethra, or a constant burning feeling, are other indications.[] Urinary tract infections may also be caused by cheese skippers, which are larvae of the cheese fly used in the production of some well-aged cheeses.[]

  • Influenza

    While newer versions of these tests are being rolled out this year, they are unlikely to detect more cases.[] Kumara, broccoli, eggs and cheese will have you well on your way to this filling frittata.[]

  • Sinusitis

    All identified studies were accepted for review, with comparison to ARS membership rolls to identify studies supported by ARS investigators.[] […] treatment of individuals suffering from sinusitis in which symptoms include the discharge of very thick and yellow-green foul smelling mucus-with an odor similar to old cheese[] Come out of the pose by rolling off the bolster or blanket and onto your side, then pressing your hands against the floor to sit up.[]

  • Osteoporosis

    [Abstract/ Free Full Text] Lloyd T, Rollings N, Eggli DF, Kieselhorst K, Chinchilli VM: Dietary caffeine intake and bone status of postmenopausal women.[] Selected calcium-rich foods Food Calcium (mg) Fortified oatmeal, 1 packet 350 Sardines, canned in oil, with edible bones, 3 oz. 324 Cheddar cheese, 1½ oz. shredded 306 Milk[] Diet and nutrition Calcium The best sources of calcium are: dairy products such as milk, cheese and yogurt (low-fat ones are best) calcium-enriched types of milk made from[]

  • Dementia

    Benzodiazepine exposure was defined from computerized pharmacy data and consisted of the total standardized daily doses (TSDDs) dispensed over a 10 year period (a rolling[] Each family package contains staples like canned meat and fish, rice, sugar, cooking oil, tomato sauce, beans, cheese, wheat, tea, and pasta.[] Nathan Rolls : London . Scheerenberger , R. C. ( 1983 ). A history of Mental Retardation . Brookes : Baltimore . Schofield , R E. ( 1970 ). Mechanism and Materialism.[]

  • Meningitis

    A classic symptom of meningitis is a blotchy rash that doesn't fade when a glass is rolled over it, but this doesn't appear in many cases.[] It is acquired from unpasteurized, unaged soft cheeses, and deli meats.[] […] of meningitis develop suddenly and can include: a high temperature (fever) of 38C (100.4F) or above being sick a headache a blotchy rash that doesn't fade when a glass is rolled[]

  • Soy Allergy

    It’s often used as a vegetarian protein substitute and is usually the base for “vegetarian meats” e.g. vegetarian mince, bacon, sausages, slices, rolls, luncheons and canned[] […] substitutes that contain soy: tofu/bean curd, natto, miso Textured vegetable protein (TVP) Milk & milk products Milk, cheese, cottage cheese, or yogurt without soy products[] […] fruits without soy Vegetables: Plain, fresh, frozen, cooked, or canned vegetables Vegetable juices Breads, cereals and pasta: All-purpose flour and cake flour Bread and rolls[]

  • Tuberculosis

    "There has been a strong commitment to remove any obstacles, including financial barriers, that could prevent the successful roll-out of this new technology," said Giorgio[] The centers of these nodules have the consistency of soft, crumbly cheese.[] “There has been a strong commitment to remove any obstacles, including financial barriers, that could prevent the successful roll-out of this new technology,” said Giorgio[]

  • Low Sodium Diet

    Rolls. Cold cereals. Pancakes, waffles. Avoid Croissants, sweet rolls, Danish, doughnuts. Regular crackers. Pasta and rice prepared with cream, butter, or cheese sauces.[] Swiss, cheddar, and Monterey Jack Low-sodium cheeses—including ricotta, cream cheese, and mozzarella Ice cream Foods to avoid: Processed cheese, cottage cheese, cheese spreads[] , cheese spreads and sauces Cottage cheese Low-Sodium Alternatives: Milk, yogurt, ice cream and ice milk Low-sodium cheeses, cream cheese, ricotta cheese and mozzarella Breads[]

  • High Calcium Diet

    […] peas • Lentils Avoid: • Refined fiber-free breads and cereals • Sugar coated cereals • Baked goods containing large amounts of fats and sugar such as: • Doughnuts • Sweet rolls[] […] kale, turnip greens, collards; lima beans, green peas; dry beans and peas, such as pinto beans, black-eyed peas, and canned baked beans Yeast-leavened whole wheat bread and rolls[] Try this Artichoke “Lobster” Roll, these Walnut-Crusted Artichoke Hearts, or this Artichoke and Spinach Pesto Pizza. 9.[]

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