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« on: 17 September, 2008, 01:44:48 pm »

Bells Palsy is an equal opportunity condition and will affect one in 60 UK citizens at some point during their lifetime. It can affect anyone at all, but for those with diabetes, weak immune systems and pregnant women there is a greater chance of contracting BP.

During recovery children tend to recover faster and better than adults. The healthier you are generally, the better your chance of a successful, fast recovery.
 
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