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  1. Hughes syndrome

    Hughes syndrome is thickening of the blood caused by abnormal immune system cells.

  2. Huntington's disease

    The symptoms of Huntington's disease usually, but not always, first appear when the person is approaching middle age.

  3. Huntington's disease and diet issues

    Weight loss is often associated with Huntington's disease, but it doesn?t appear to be a direct result of diet.

  4. Hydrocephalus

    Hydrocephalus is the abnormal enlargement of the brain cavities (ventricles) caused by a build-up of cerebrospinal fluid.

  5. Hypnosis

    You can't be hypnotised into doing things against your will or forced into a hypnotic state.

  6. Hypoglycaemia

    Hypoglycaemia refers to symptoms caused by low blood glucose. The most common reason for hypoglycaemia is diabetes medication.

  7. Hysterectomy

    The conditions that prompt a hysterectomy can often be treated by other means, and hysterectomy should only be a last resort.