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Common problems of pain in the left hand can indicate injury, as in a fracture; nerve problems, as in carpel tunnel syndrome; or inflammation, as in tendinitis, according to WebMD. Although these conditions all exhibit hand pain, they also have unique complementary mark...


As of 2015, one scholarship available specifically for left-handed students is the Frederick and Mary F. Beckley Scholarship for students who plan to attend Juniata College, according to CollegeScholarships.org. Other scholarships for women, regardless of handedness, in...


Pain that radiates out through the left arm, chest, back, neck and jaw is likely a symptom of a heart attack, according to Harvard Health Publications from Harvard Medical School. Pain caused by a heart attack is rarely localized around the heart area and the chest.


Although there is no conclusive proof as of 2014, scientists have a number of theories as to why 10 percent of the world's population are left-handed. Evidence points to many genes, responsible for the development of asymmetry in the human body, as causing left-hand dom...


Causes of left leg pain include wear and tear, injuries, and overuse, according to Mayo Clinic. Pain in the legs may come from issues in the lower spine, blood clots, poor circulation or varicose veins.


Chest pain on the left can be caused by myocardial infarction and coronary artery disease, states WebMD. Myocardial infarction is a heart attack, a condition that causes a crushing sensation in the chest along with nausea, sweating and weakness because not enough blood ...


Knee pain is a widespread ailment, and the most common causes of knee pain are swollen or torn ligaments, runner’s knee or cartilage tears, says WebMD. Many other health issues or injuries can contribute to knee pain.