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Reducing Migraine Conditions through Alternate Therapies

Reducing Migraine Conditions through Alternate Therapies 5.00/5 (100.00%) 5 votes Reducing Migraine Migraine can be reduced through several home remedies though the reduction can be a slow process there are definite ways to get real results. While strong medicines are really necessary to control an attack only a slow and steady approach to treating it Read more

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The Affect of Obesity is Seen Later in Women

The Affect of Obesity is Seen Later in Women 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote The research shows that during old age women’s life decreases due to the disabilities due to obesity & arthritis. This report was presented on Saturday during the annual meeting of American Geriatrics Society in Chicago. The main reason why women suffer from Read more

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Breastfeeding protects children from SIDS

Breastfeeding protects children from SIDS 5.00/5 (100.00%) 4 votes It has been founded that, breastfeeding reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), German researchers stated. Researcher advised that public health messages which are providing awareness about the SIDS risk reduction should highlight the mother to breastfeed their babies at least for the first Read more

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Diet for Malabsorption Syndrome

Diet for Malabsorption Syndrome 4.40/5 (88.00%) 10 votes What is malabsorption syndrome? Malabsorption syndrome is the deficiency of the body to absorb variable degrees of number of nutrients like vitamins, fats, proteins and carbohydrates. The malabsorption syndrome causes ill health, anemia and steatorrhea. The malabsorption syndrome can occur due to some of the following factors. Read more

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Diet for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Diet for Inflammatory Bowel Disease 4.25/5 (85.00%) 4 votes Inflammatory bowel diseases – An introduction The inflammatory diseases like the ulcerative colitis are characterized by the inflammation and ulceration in the colon. This results in the frequent passage of the stools, often accompanied with blood and mucous. The exact cause of this is still unknown. Read more

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Diet for Diarrhea and Dysentery

Diet for Diarrhea and Dysentery 5.00/5 (100.00%) 5 votes Diarrhea and dysentery – An introduction Diarrhea is a condition in which the weight of the stool exceeds 200 – 250 g/day. It is the abnormal frequency and liquidity of the fecal discharges and there is a passage of the unformed stools. In infants, diarrhea dehydration Read more

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Vasectomy Rising with Falling Economy

Vasectomy Rising with Falling Economy 3.67/5 (73.33%) 3 votes The procedures of vasectomies have greatly increased since the economic downturn started last year, doctors from all around the U.S reported. Doctors suspect that there are two possible reasons which are forcing them to take such step, one is the diminishing desire of children because of Read more

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Triumph Over Cellulite With Endermology

Triumph Over Cellulite With Endermology 4.33/5 (86.67%) 3 votes Endermology is the recent and most effective treatment to reduce cellulite. This procedure make the fat tissues disappear while using tiny rollers that gently massage body parts affected with cellulite. Specialists claim that this procedure removes the fats and waste products from the tissues. After the Read more

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A Diet Rich in Complementary Proteins

Rate this post A healthy diet for bodybuilders and athletes should be rich in proteins and should include protein shakes for an increase in the daily protein intake. Proteins are so important because they contain a high amount of the vital amino acids that ensure our body’s well-being. About Essential Amino Acids Proteins can be Read more

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Tears Can Be Used To Test Blood Sugar In Diabetics

Tears Can Be Used To Test Blood Sugar In Diabetics 5.00/5 (100.00%) 1 vote Tears for diabetes test  Until now, blood was used in diabetes testing machines to evaluate the blood sugar level of patients. Latest studies have now shown that tears can also used effectively to evaluate blood sugar levels. The study was conducted Read more

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Sensory Integration And Autism Swings

Sensory Integration And Autism Swings 4.71/5 (94.29%) 7 votes Autism is a neurological disorder most knowingly characterized by impaired social communicative abilities and repetitive behaviors.  One of the lesser known symptoms of autism is problems with sensory integration, and in particular vestibular sensory integration.  Sensory integration is the process of taking in all of the Read more

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Physical Therapy For Knees

Rate this post Peak Fitness reports that arthroscopic knee surgery is often unnecessary, and may be one of the most un-needed surgeries performed today. About 510,000 people in the United States undergo arthroscopic knees surgery every year. Osteoarthritis of the knee is the leading cause for knee surgery, however new research indicates physical therapy may Read more