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by Carola Finch
8 months ago
Preventing Medication Errors

How to prevent mistakes when taking medication that could negatively affect your health.

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by maria52gr
8 months ago
A Feast for Your Eyes: 8 Foods That Promote Eye Health

Here's a list of foods that are particularly "eye-friendly" and  can prove valuable assets to our fight against poor vision.

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by Yindee
8 months ago
Safe natural ways to boost the brain and avoid Alzheimer's Disease

Don't fall for universal beliefs about getting older and becoming more forgetful. Train your brain and keep it in peak condition and that includes discipline, diet, detoxification and sound nutrition. Linus Pauling continued lecturing at 90 years of age, so don't thing oldand decrepid.

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by Sookie
8 months ago
Home Blood Pressure Monitor - Use an Upper Arm Cuff Monitor for Accuracy Not a Wrist Style - My Story!

My blood pressure has been creeping up for a few years, and by the time I got to a physical my Doctor became concerned and I was put on some medication as it was in the 140s.  I promised to make some changes and faithfully go to the drug...

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by RoseWrites
8 months ago
Another Mosquito Carries Zika: The Proof Health Authorities and Media are Ignoring

In March 2016, disease experts came away from the Summit on Controlling Aedes aegypti in Maceio, Brazil completely unsure of which vectors were responsible for the spread of the Zika virus. Dr. Fiona Hunter, one of few medical entomologists in Canada, told the Globe and Mail in March (2016), "The fact that there are no data as far as I can tell that Aedes aegypti is driving this Zika epidemic just flabbergasts me." After conducting my own search, I discovered that there was - and still is - huge pressure within the scientific and medical community (and in mainstream media) to keep the sole focus on two types of Aedes mosquitoes. I'm unsure why the WHO, CDC, and Health Canada are ignoring crucial data, but they are failing in their duties to protect public health. In this article, I walk you through what I've uncovered.

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by Leigh Goessl
8 months ago
What is Prosopagnosia? ('Face Blindness')

Prosopagnosia is a condition that is classified as a neurological disorder. Its primary characterization is the person afflicted by it cannot recognize faces. 

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by RoseWrites
8 months ago
Zika Facts You Are Not Being Told and CDC's Cover-Up

Culex mosquitoes are 20 times more prevalent than Aedes and they blanket all of the U.S., Canada, and Europe. And yes, the Zika virus has been found in its salivary glands. What's more: the CDC has been using a flawed Zika test that misses about 40 percent of infections. And while our health authorities are pushing a vaccine (that won't be ready for years), 2.6 billion people stand to be infected. The only short-term answer is to enact travel restrictions (level 3) right now.

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by Yindee
8 months ago
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Insulin Resistance - the Link to Baldness, Cardiovascular Disease and Weight Gain

Going bald, the first one in the family? Today male type baldness is more prevalent in males and females who eat too many carbs and have developed insulin resistance. It's not all in the genes because diabetics and cardiovascular candidates are balding at an alarming rate! How can inositol, vitamins and minerals help?

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by Christine Hitzler
9 months ago
10 Tips on Preparing for the GAPS Diet

My husband and I aren't even a month into our GAPS journey, and already I can think of a number of things that I would have done to better prepare

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by md15garcia
9 months ago
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7 Ways to Naturally Boost Our Brain's Health

Our brain plays a vital role in our daily lives. Basically,our behavior, emotions, memory and other cognitive functions are all linked to our brain's health.For these reasons, taking good care of our brain's health is very important. So, how can you improve your mental health? Here is a list of ways on how to boost your brain's health. 

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by Leigh Goessl
9 months ago
What is Naegleria fowleri? What to Know About This Rare Infection

Naegleria fowleri is a rare and deadly parasite that can lead to a water-related infection caused by the single-celled organism. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this organism is also commonly referred to as "brain-eating amoeba" or "brain-eating ameba".

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by Yindee
10 months ago
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Osteoporosis is not a silent disease. It creeps up on us but can be prevented

Our bones provide calcium and magnesium for emergency supplies but we need to replace these minerals or we cause osteoporosis to take its toll on our bones.

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by andrewmacia
10 months ago
From Addiction to Success

In this article I take you thorough my struggles with addiction and how I overcame them in order to be successful in life.

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by md15garcia
10 months ago
Spices as Medicine: 8 Spices with Healing Powers

When we get sick, we tend to rely on pharmaceutical products to get better.But, did you know that you can also use spices as medicine? In this article, you'll read about the different spices with healing powers. 

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by Sean S. Musins
11 months ago
The Fear of Public Speaking: Identifying and Managing the Fight or Flight Response

The fear of public speaking is real for almost everyone, and paralyzing for many. Countless videos, articles, and books offer very good advice on the subject but most fall short of addressing the underlying cause. The fear of public speaking is not something we can reason with or simply choose to overcome; it is, in large part, a bio chemical response that we must learn to manage. This post discusses the root of the problem and makes suggestions on managing it.

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by SamanthaDS
11 months ago
Historical People Who Could Have Had Misdiagnosed Health Conditions

Numerous historical figures have been associated with illnesses, some more strongly than others. However, as time has gone on, some have speculated on the accuracy of certain diagnoses.

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by Rainy Kua
12 months ago
Video Game Addiction in South Korea

Video game addiction is far more serious than what people think.

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by Leigh Goessl
12 months ago
What is Anterograde Amnesia and How Does it Affect Daily Life?

There are different types of amnesia a person can suffer. One type is a classification called anterograde amnesia. Those who suffer this condition are not able to form new memories.

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by Yindee
12 months ago
The Twelve Tissue Salts and How to Use Them to Cure Just About Anything

Mineral deficiencies and imbalances can be corrected by tissue salts to help overcome many ailments. According to Orthomolecular Medicine, a disease is usually the result of a lack of micronutrients, especially minerals. Tissue salts are cheap, effective and easy to use in this respect.

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by Amerowolf
1 year ago
How Do Braces Move My Teeth, Anyway? - The Surprising Complexity of Teeth

It's a common question, one that curious people always ask and one that orthodontists hear all the time: "How do braces move my teeth, anyway?" It is quite mystifying how they work. After all, they look just like a few thin wires and metal brackets held in place by rubber bands. However, the process is actually almost as simple as it looks, though it does belittle the complexity of the tooth movement that is going on under your gums.

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