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- Topic: Sports - Medicine
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Other factors include a history of alcohol and tobacco use, and dietary assessment including saturated fat and caffeine. Also certain prescribed and over-the-counter medications, herbal remedies, and illicit drugs may be factors, as well as psychosocial and environmental factors such as family situation, employment status, working conditions, and educational levels (Guidelines).
Aside from routine physical examinations, laboratory tests, such as urinalysis, blood cell count and blood chemistry may be used