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11 Apr 2003
I have been diagnosed with Syndrome X, What is it, where can I get more information about it.
Riana, syndrome x is when a person has increased blood pressure, blood sugar, blood cholesterol and body mass. They are also called the deadly quartet as people that have these problems will suffer serious damage to their health in the future. Most specialist physicians will be able to help you with it. Good luck.
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