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The Challenge of Aging

Posted on November 21st, 2014
Growing older is challenging enough, but trying to get a handle on medical breakthroughs that might actually improve our lives, breakthroughs that might even save our lives is overwhelming. Never mind the hundreds of press releases that churn out of university research labs, private enterprise and government think tanks, never mind the barrage of television talks shows that naively and implicitly endorse an abundance of untested consumer fads and follies every waking day. With mountains of ...
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Room Air Purifiers - Helping You Fight For Health

Posted on November 12th, 2014
Room air purifiers are, for many people, fast becoming a necessity, rather than a luxury item. For those who suffer with allergies or asthma, or simply experience a violent reaction to one of the hundreds of chemicals that is routinely used around our homes these days, a room air purifier or a whole house air purifier can bring long-awaited relief. There is little more distressing and uncomfortable than the wheezing, itchiness and other symptoms associated with allergies and other reactions, ...
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Hyprava Blood Pressure Medicine

Posted on November 7th, 2014
The ingredients in Hyprava have been shown to promote cardiovascular activity to regulate blood pressure, calm and strengthen the heart muscles, reduce cholesterol, and reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke. Last but not least, Hyprava is a natural calmative and helps to control stress, fears, anxiety, and promotes general peace of mind. Special Offer on Hyprava at Hyprava works by attacking the problem in a number of ways. It helps your body's own ...
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Exercise, diet, rest to fight gout

Posted on October 24th, 2014
Question : I'M a 55-year-old man who has been suffering from joint pains for a couple of years. I've consulted my family doctor and was told I'm affected with gout. Is there any natural remedy for this? Answer : GOUT is a painful and potentially disabling form of arthritis. It causes pain, tenderness, redness, warmth and swelling in some joints. This is due to the increasing levels of uric acids in the body. Celery seeds neutralise uric acid and other excess acids in the body, thus aiding in ...
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Sleep Apnea - A Surprisingly Common Childhood Disorder

Posted on October 19th, 2014
Sleep apnea, and in particular obstructive sleep apnea, is often thought to effect only overweight men from the age of about fifty onwards. In fact, while sleep apnea is perhaps most often seen in this group, it also affects a large number of women and is increasingly being recognized as a very common disorder in children. Perhaps the first reference to sleep apnea in children was made by Charles Dickens in The Pickwick Papers, published in 1837, in which Dickens wrote about a fat boy with a ...
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Individual or Family Health Insurance Options

Posted on October 18th, 2014
As more and more individuals working at home with or without families find themselves without some kind of group health insurance. Sometimes even working at a job, no health insurance is even offered. Thousands of hard-working people in every state are making dangerous choices: No health insurance at all! They believe they are too young or too healthy. They believe they •save a little or a lot of money” and can do without. Consider your friends, family and neighbors – people who ...
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Living with GERD

Posted on October 4th, 2014
Hello, My name is Reggie and I suffer from acid reflux, also known as G.E.R.D., which stands for Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. I was offically diagnosed with it when I was in my mid 20's, but was suffering from it long before that. Around my mid-teens, it seemed that I was constantly getting heartburn if I ate certain foods. As I got older and entered college, it got to the point where everything gave me heartburn. I would buy rolaids and tums in bulk and pop them like candy. I had to ...
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Living with Your Diet

Posted on October 2nd, 2014
Recently, I was reading about a diet plan where you throw everything out of your pantry. Although this sounds like great news for the supermarkets, over the short-term, this leaves very few choices for you to actually eat. Can you exist on salad, topped with Flax seed oil dressing, for the rest of your life? People believe that they must pay penance for their eating sins. Dietary and exercise torture seems to be good for the conscience and the prescription of the day. How else can we explain ...
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Putting a foot down for funded referrals

Posted on September 23rd, 2014
Are the days of the good old family doctor gone forever, the archetypal doctor who knows your medical history first hand? Sadly it seems so, with GP’s in Britain busier than ever before, dealing with more constrictions, and time limitations, leaving patients feeling un-listened to and hurried. With more people taking an active interest in health issues and in particular the detrimental effects of stress on the body, along with an abundant medical resource at their finger tips in the form of ...
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Posted on September 17th, 2014
Massage therapy is as ancient as noodles. People have been striving to reach a state of ultimate comfort and efficiency, while at the same time, cutting the work load. I believe that is a great goal to work towards, and I want to highlight how my experience with Sorbo Vibe rubber has changed my life! I recently heard from a co worker of mine that attends a massage school in Texas about a true blue massage tool that took the classic trigger point staple, the t bar, and made it more comfortable ...
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