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    What You Need To know About Eating Disorders

    You’ve probably heard all about eating disorders and the horrific effects they can have on the people who suffer from them. There are a few things you should probably know about eating disorders though; if you or someone you love could be suffering from one. Remember that eating disorders...
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    What is Hyperhidrosis?

    Sweating is a natural body function. It occurs when the sweat glands release liquids from our bodies to keep our bodies cool. Some people sweat more because they either have more sweat glands or because of their lifestyle. Sometimes the mood of a person can also affect the amount...
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    Acne Treatments That Actually Work

    Acne can be a big problem for anyone, at any age. It can ruin your self-esteem and also your competition. Luckily, there are many acne treatments on the market. However, everyone skin is a bit different and it may take more than one treatment to get a good result....
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    Abdominal Pain: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

    What Is Abdominal Pain? Abdominal pain in most cases is pain that mostly occurs between the chest and pelvic regions. Mostly referred to as stomach ache. This pain can either be mild, dull, sharp, intermittent or in form of cramps. So, what are the most possible causes of stomach...
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    5 Best Exercises For Women With Bladder Control Issues

    Having an overactive bladder is an embarrassing condition. Bladder control problems can cause issues like interruptions to your daily life and make you miss out on special moments that could be lasting memories. Overactive bladder can cause symptoms such as incontinence, the urge to urinate, or the inability to...
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    Symptoms and Signs of Bone Cancer

    Bone cancer is a primary or secondary form of cancer. Primary bone cancer is where it begins in the bone. From there, the cancer will then begin to develop in the cells of the bones. Secondary bone cancer is where it begins in other areas of the body. Once...
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    What Are The Symptoms Of Bladder Cancer?

    Bladder cancer occurs when the bladder cells start to divide abnormal and chaotic. It can develop at the same time one or more cancers in different regions of the urinary bladder. This cancer can be discovered easily by doctors because of its symptoms. The most common symptoms for bladder...
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    What Are The Main Causes For A Food Allergy?

    If there is an abnormal response triggered by the immune system because of some food items, it is known as food allergy. There are various foods that cause allergies in humans. If the allergic reactions are very serious, it is capable of creating a serious condition or even death....
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    How To Know If You Have An Allergy To Penicillin

    Penicillin is an antibiotic. It is one of the most commonly prescribed drugs in the world today. Under most circumstances, Penicillin can be a life-saving antibiotic and at the same time a deadly poison to those who suffer an allergic reaction. Approximately 10% of the population experiences an allergic...
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    Understanding Allergy Symptoms

    Have you or somebody you know dealt with allergy symptoms lately? We live in an increasingly polluted world with loads of foreign substances making their way into our bodies either though inhalation, ingestion, or other forms of exposure- so it’s really no surprise when individuals experience symptoms of allergies....
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    Cut Your Cholesterol With These Simple Tips

    Do you really want to lower your LDL cholesterol? Trying to figure out how to treat high cholesterol? Wondering what foods lower cholesterol? Cholesterol itself is not as bad as the media will convey, but certainly high levels will easily contribute to heart disease and other health problems. This...
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    What Are Common Signs Of Acid Reflux?

    Acid reflux is a condition when some of the strong acids from the stomach and other stomach contents flow up into the oesophagus via the LES, lower esophageal sphincter. The LES allows the food to enter the stomach once it is swallowed. The LES then would close to prevent...
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    Do You Know How To Monitor Your Blood Glucose Levels?

    Bayer’s Contour Blood Glucose Monitoring System This device makes it easy and convenient for continuous glucose monitoring. You can even store your test results for up to two weeks and the test only takes five seconds each time! Notably, this device offers optimal and accurate results in that the...
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    Facts you Should Know about Breast Cancer

    Cancer is the malignant growth of body cells. Breast cancer affects the mammary tissues and is ranked second killer form of cancer in women after lung cancer. Although it affects men it is not common and only a small number get affected. However, with the laid out measures to...
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    The Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disease that causes swelling, redness, pain and discomfort that gets worse if left untreated. The inflammation that the disease causes can affect internal organs as well. Eyes, lungs and heart are some of which can be affected by it. Despite the condition being a...
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    Recognizing The Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder

    Each life has its ups and downs. In any case, when the “ups” are too high and the “downs” are too low, and the swing between the two is excessively unexpected, bipolar disorder may be the diagnosis. Bipolar disorder, otherwise called hyper-depression, is a temperament disorder that causes behaviors,...
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    Hidden Signs Of Bipolar Disorder

    Bipolar disorder is an emotional instability that includes quick change of temperament conditions. As the name infers, “bi” implies two or double and “polar” indicates extremity. By application, this implies a man with manifestations of bipolar disorder tends to suddenly change polarities from amazing joy down to extreme misery...
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    What You Need To Know About Chickenpox and Shingles

    Chickenpox and shingles Chickenpox and its viral cousin, shingles, are caused by the varicella-zoster virus. They are highly contagious diseases that are more dangerous to teens and adults than to most children. Extreme itchy spots that are raised all over the skin characterize these diseases. Most adults and teens...
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    Is Business Insurance Worth The Cost?

    Generally, business insurance is beneficial to both human and financial capital of the business. it is, therefore, imperative that all types of business have it. It is recommended for low tech and high tech businesses, as well as consumer and service oriented businesses. As a matter of fact, it...
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    What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

    Irritable-Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a common condition that mainly affects the intestine causing recurrent left-side abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, and/ or constipation. It is often associated with stress, depression, anxiety, or previous intestinal infection. According to doctors, it is common in one in every five Americans. Who should look...
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    Useful Tips For Managing Your Diabetes

    Did you know that over 18 million adults and children in the United States have been diagnosed with diabetes? Common signs and symptoms of diabetes include: Always needing to urinate Always being thirsty Unexplained weight gain or weight loss Fatigue Prone to infections Slow healing of minor injuries (cuts,...
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    Symptoms Of Colon Cancer – What You Need To Know

    Colon Cancer is the third most common cancer in men after lung and prostate cancer according to the reports from the National Cancer Institute. The reports also find it to be the fourth most common cancer in women after lung, breast and cervical cancer. The symptoms are normally very...
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    Your Guide To Finding Health Insurance

    We often forget or neglect to spare some money for emergency situations. Thankfully health policies exist. Through health insurance, insurers compensate for the insured against the risk or peril that occurred to the latter. Since we value your health and well-being, here is your guide to health insurance. 1....
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    Life Threatening Allergies

    Allergies are caused by a hypersensitive immune system that flags an otherwise harmless substance in the environment as if it were a disease-causing organism. When your immune system overreacts in this way, it sets off a chain of events with a goal of saving your life from a harmful...
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    What Causes Night Terrors?

    Night terrors, or sleep terrors, are a parasomnia, or undesired and abnormal behavior that occurs during sleep. Night terrors are distinctly different from nightmares, although they are such a rare issue that they aren’t well understood and are therefore often mistaken for bad dreams. Here’s a look at how...
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    How Stress is Damaging your Health

    Stress doesn’t only wear on your mind—it wears on your body as well. When you start getting stressed out, your brain switches into “fight or flight” mode, also referred to as acute stress response, releasing excessive amounts of hormones such as cortisol, adrenaline, and noradrenaline. This process can result...
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    Running in Cold Weather – 6 Great Tips

    Running when it’s warm and sunny out is an easy feat. It’s running during the colder months that is the true test of a runner. Instead of sticking to the treadmill for 6 months or giving up running all together, try my personally tested cold weather tips. Figure out...
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    Abdominal or Spleen Pain? Relieve Your Symptoms Now!

    Someone has severe pain in their abdomen, and one jumps into the conclusion that it is appendicitis, while another person may consider it to be a problem in the spleen, a rupture spleen or an enlarged spleen perhaps. So how do we identify who is right, the first person...
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    Everything You Should Know About Fatty Liver

    About one-fourth of the world’s population is affected by this disease. The worldwide prevalence of this disease is estimated to be nearly 10-24%.  In the early stages, people are not aware that they have this condition. Most of them are diagnosed when they are being tested for other reasons. We...
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    Are Your Armpits Telling You Something About Your Health?

    Taking good care of your health is a daily routine that you should always strive hard to achieve and make sure you look healthier, smell good, smart and perfect all the time. Apart from daily upkeep, there are a lot of things that you need to put in mind...
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    Are You Suffering From ‘Tech Neck’?

    We all know that we spend a lot of time in front of screens. Particularly at computers, iPads and phones. Too much time in front of these screens can make it difficult for our eyes. Science has proven that ‘tech neck’ is a very real risk. How do you...
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    The 8 Most Unnecessary Medical Tests You Get Done

    Some people’s view on good health means that they need to have more and more medical tests. They also think they should be having more visits to their doctor and to always remain vigilant. However, in some circumstances this really is not the best approach. Too much medical testing...
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    Good Study Habits For Better Grades

    Habits are just characters that are constantly repeated. They may help one to get higher grades if they are good or get poor grades if they are bad. if your study habit is not helping you to achieve you can always change and acquire better ones. For one to...
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    What You Can Do To Relieve Psoriasis

    The human body is fashioned in the best possible way and your immune system is one of the best examples of nature’s ways to help you maintain your health. You are constantly threatened by different kind of diseases and infections on a daily basis. Though prevention is better than...
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    Are Your Blood Sugar Levels Normal

    Knowing about normal blood sugar levels is key, it is critical that you see how this is important as it can be extremely perilous. The centralization of glucose in your bloodstream is known as blood glucose level (BGL) or otherwise called blood sugar level. Your glucose level ought to...
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    The Health Benefits Strength Training Can Provide for Women

    You wake up every morning to hit the tracks in order to prepare yourself for an hour of rigorous strength training exercises. This is your favorite part of your day. By staying active, you have become physically stronger and nothing could derail you from making noticeable progress. In the...
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    Why A Vacation Is Good For Your Health

    Can you remember when you last had a wonderful, relaxing vacation? If it has been a while, you may want to consider taking another holiday sooner than later. Why? Because taking a vacation is going to result in a better YOU- your health issues will be alleviated and you’ll...
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    How To Get A Workout In Everyday

    Maintaining regularity in your exercise routines can be a difficult thing to do, especially in these times of fast-paced lifestyle. Many try to work out heavily for a few days of the week and forget about the rest of the week. To have a healthy body with firm muscles...
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    How Safe Are Low-Carb Diets?

    If you would like to lose a little weight in time for summer, you might be wondering how safe low carb diets really are. There are lots of diets out there, some making extremely strong cases about the amount of weight you could lose, and how rapidly you can...
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    The Dangers Of Factitious Disorders

    There are a number of people who go through a lot of troubles to fake sickness or illnesses. They attempt to portray a serious medical condition by producing fake physical or psychological symptoms. Their motive of faking sickness is however not clear, unlike malingerers. Some investigations to this condition have...
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    Why Treating Depression Is So Important For Your Long Term Health

    Treating your depression symptoms in the short term is important for improving your mood and quality of life, but it is also important to treat depression symptoms to benefit your long term health. By seeking treatment for your depression now, you can protect your long term physical and mental...
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    Medical Treatments For MS

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a potentially unpredictable, disabling disease that affect the brain and the central nervous system, which is made up by the brain and spinal cord. Normally, the disease causes disruption to the information flow within the brain and between body and the brain. The cause of...
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    Understanding The Stages Of Dementia

    Many people tend to mistake that dementia is an independent disease. The term dementia is used to describe a group of related symptoms associated with different disorders. It is actually a syndrome related to the reduction in brain abilities such as thinking rate, judgement, language, mental agility, undertaking among...
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    What Is Chronic Sinusitis?

    Chronic sinusitis is a sinus infection. It is an infection that is usually very persistent. This infection is known to last anywhere from twelve weeks, through to many years, or just one year. It can also reoccur more several times throughout one year. Chronic Sinusitis also has another name....
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    What Are The Symptoms Of Pulmonary Hypertension?

    Pulmonary hypertension is a disease that can kill. It is known to have an affect on the arteries that connect the heart through to the lungs. These particular blood vessels will gradually become smaller. This means that blood pressure will increase. As a result, this will cause more stress...
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    Tips for Staying Mentally Healthy

    Without any doubt, it is not that easy to keep your mental health in a good state nowadays. The current turmoil in the world, the overwhelmingly rapid lifestyle, and a bulk of personal problems may negatively affect your mental health. Since the state of your mental health is as...
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    How To Best Treat GERD

    Every other person feels heartburn, and has a hard time with digesting food at least once or twice a month. It’s considered as a common occurrence when the fast food is taken into account along with an unhealthy and fast lifestyle. People usually don’t pay much attention to it,...
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    What You Need To Know About Laser Hair Removal

    Do you have unwanted hair on your face or other place and seeking a more permanent solution? Well, laser hair removal could just be the thing you need. It involves removing hair by exposing it to an intense beam of light, otherwise referred to as a laser. It is...
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    Be Pulse Aware About Atrial Fibrillation

    Atrial Fibrillation, otherwise more commonly known as having arrhythmia or an irregular heartbeat affects thousands of people each and every year. It is a serious condition that can then lead to a person suffering a stroke. As we know, many die from strokes each year and if they do...
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    Fibromyalgia – The Symptoms To Watch Out For

    Pain is both keeping us alive and killing us. This statement is well known and well experienced by people who are experiencing Fibromyalgia; a medical condition that brings chronic widespread pain for more or less three months. This medical condition is examined as a rheumatic disease since it is targeting...