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Bell's Palsy    
Bell’s Palsy  is a common form of temporary facial paralysis, affecting about one out of every 65 people, and about 50,000 North Americans each year. This puzzling condition is the most common cause of facial paralysis. It almost always affects one side of the face only and results from a problem with one branch of the cranial nerve controlling the muscles of the face. With or without treatment, most people with this condition have a very good prognosis, as it will resolve on i... Read More
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