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Diabetes Management Goes High Tech

Thirty years ago, patients were forced to manage their diabetes by injecting insulin with a syringe multiple times a day while following a strict daily regimen that included eating at specific times of the day and eating regulated portions at meals. Today, along with devices like our cell phones, technology developers have made great strides […]

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5 Mind Exercises You Can Take to Prevent Alzheimer

Alzheimer is generally a complex disease. It has several risk factors that include genetics and age which are basically beyond the control of a patient. However, there are mind exercises which you can take to prevent this disease. Regular exercises have been proven effective in reducing the risk of developing this disease by up to […]

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3 Natural Ways To Cure Inflammation

In the case of an injury or any other harm, a human body tends to develop inflammation. This problem occurs in a human body due to depression, hypertension, neuropathy, Arthritis, Diabetes, Alzheimer’s and many other conditions. While holistic medications can provide some level of reduction, inflammation is better cured with some natural remedies. Nature has offered us […]

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What You Need to Know About Trichotillomania? (aka Compulsive Hair Pulling)

Trichotillomania is a mental health disorder that currently affects about 1-3 percent of the US population. A person who suffers from trichotillomania will suffer from the irresistible urge to pull out his or her own body hair. The hair that is pulled will typically be from the face, eyebrows, eyelashes or scalp, all of which […]

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Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction: A Herbal Therapy For The Future

Are you looking for an award-winning, trusted, and 100% organic herbal treatment to help soothe your cardiovascular problems? If yes, then look no further than hemp oil. Current Cardiovascular Problem Did you know that one in every four deaths in the U.S. is related to heart disease? Yes, a staggering 610,000 people die every year […]

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4 Signs That You May Have Neuropathy

There is a wide range of types, causes, and symptoms of neuropathy. The symptoms that you are bound to experience are all dependent upon the neuropathy cause and the type of peripheral nerve damage; whether it is motor, sensory, or autonomic, and the level of nerve damage that has taken place. Some of the most […]

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How to Treat Chest Congestion at Home

Congestion in your chest is unwanted and uncomfortable, but it’s easily handled at home. With hectic lifestyles and busy schedules, many people haven’t the time to call the doctor to schedule an appointment every time they feel congestion in their chest. It’s well-known that congestion is often a problem by itself, and that makes it […]

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HIV and The Hidden Signs That You May Not Be Aware Of

Most sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are asymptomatic, which means that they do not show any signs or symptoms. This factor is one of the many reasons why most people are not aware that they already have some type of STD. People, especially those who are sexually active, do not notice any symptom that may be […]

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STD Myths That You May Still Be Believing

Sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs are a scary subject to talk about because of how fearful people may be about contracting one. Almost everyone feels uncomfortable when talking about STDs and, as a result, they try not to talk about it at all. It’s hard to understand what STD is all about because most of […]

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Hormone Replacement and Osteoporosis Risks and Side Effects

Osteoporosis is a silent killer for women over the age of forty-five to fifty. Literally meaning ‘hollow bone’ this disease affects around 200 million women around the world which means that there is a huge number of women who are living with an elevated daily risk of fracture. A study on this disease reports, “For […]

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