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    Juicing Great Health Practice – Scientifically Proven

    Juicing is a process that prepares fresh juice out of fruits and vegetables. This is an extraction process wherein fiber is removed, so the chances are nutrients, vitamins a well as enzymes can more likely to be absorbed by human body. Just to share – it is typical for the average person to cook and […] More

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    Therapeutic Potential of stem cells in Orthopedics

    Variety of musculoskeletal disorders and other orthopedic injuries are in existence, without any definitive therapeutic alternative. These myriad of disease conditions could potentially be benefitted from upcoming technologies, such as stem cells therapy over surgery. The ultimate goal of the science of regenerative medicine is to allow functional restoration of ailing tissues, by understanding complex […] More

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    What is Metastatic Breast Cancer treatment

    Metastatic breast cancer (also called stage IV or advanced breast cancer) is not a specific type of breast cancer, but rather the most advanced stage of breast cancer. Metastatic breast cancer is breast cancer that has spread beyond the breast to other organs in the body (most often the bones, lungs, liver or brain). Although […] More

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    Does Low Birth Weight Cause Autism?

    An exponential relation has been detected between the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders and pregnancy related complications like low birth weight, premature birth, gestational complications, etc. Many population based studies and demographics published through Center of Disease Control and World Health Organization have confirmed this direct significant association. The survey further shares the fact that […] More

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    Bed Alarms Not Effective in Preventing Bed Falls: What Ways can You Ensure Patient Safety

    A study by NCBI showed that despite the popularity of bed exit alarms for dementia patients, there was no significant statistical evidence to vouch for their efficacy. Other than they being expensive, they did not contribute that much in preventing accidents, injuries and fatalities related to bed falls. The study therefore claimed that there was no […] More

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    Being single will kill you faster than obesity, study says

    Loneliness is deadlier than obesity and should be considered a public health risk, experts have warned. Those with bad social connections have a 50 percent increased risk of early death compared to those with good social connections, a review of studies on loneliness suggests. Researchers in the US looked at 218 studies into the health […] More

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    To Mothers and Fathers: Nutrition In Childhood

    Dear mother and father, It is necessary to monitor normal growth and development in children, to identify and prevent diseases by detecting deviations from normal. Regular measurements of height, weight and head circumference should be made in the follow-up of healthy children.Most of all, the baby you love to grow, develop and lead a healthy life […] More

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    4 Things You Did Not Know About Parkinson’s Disease

    When we were young, there was this man in the village whom we believed to be cursed. His name was Maritei and he had a severe tremor on his hands such that whenever we saw him, we would hide and no child would ever greet him, leave alone shake his trembling hand. One of the […] More

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    Diabetic Retinopathy Symptoms and Treatment

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    What is Diabetic Retinopathy?  Diabetic retinopathy is the damage to the blood vessels of the retina caused by complications of diabetes mellitus. It occurs when changes in blood glucose levels cause changes in retinal blood vessels. In a few cases, these vessels swell up and leak fluid into the rear of the eye. Abnormal blood […] More

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    This Is What Your Sleep Position Reveals About Your Personality

    Ever wondered what your favorite sleep position says about your personality? How about your health? Here’s what experts have to say about the best ways to rest—and what your style says about you Your body language in bed. Your body language can reveal a lot about your personality and your thoughts. But you’ll be surprised […] More

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    15 Secrets Nurses Wish They Could Tell You

    Doctors are clueless about what really happens in the beds, rooms, and halls of our hospitals. That’s why we went to the experts: nurses. This is what I mean when I say to get a second opinion “We’re not going to tell you your doctor is incompetent, but if I say, ‘You have the right […] More

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    Mental Health Disorders Symptoms and Problems

    Emotional well-being issues can cover a wide scope of scatters, yet the basic trademark is that they all influence the influenced individual’s identity, points of view or social connections. They can be hard to unmistakably analyze, not at all like physical sicknesses. As indicated by information from SAMHSA, 20 percent of individuals in America experience […] More

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    The Best Cold and Flu Medicine to Always Have Handy

    When the cold and flu strikes, the last thing you want to do is schlep to the store in search of relief. These are the best medications to keep at the ready the next time a cold or flu knocks you down. Common cold or the flu? From a sore throat and stuffy nose to […] More

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    7 Natural Home Remedies For Lips Eczema

    Eczema upon the lip is especially common in the dry, cold winter season. Also termed as lip dermatitis or eczematous cheilitis, it’s an inflammatory skin problem that flares up and could lead to itchy rashes or painful blisters on or around the lips. It can be particularly irritating due to the resulting pain and appearance, […] More

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    6 Foods That Can Make You Look Older

    Look younger by avoiding these foods whenever possible. 1. Candy bars Surprise, surprise: Tossing back candy isn’t great for the aging process. To understand how sugar can lead to older-looking skin, it’s important to consider the two proteins that keep skin looking fresh and youthful: collagen and elastin. Anything that interferes with these proteins is […] More

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    Swimming for weight loss before and after: Full guide

    Swimming for weight loss before and after: Full guide In this article, we will talk about swimming for weight loss before and after. There are many keys and exercises that you can use to lose weight swimming, but to begin we will say that you will not do it overnight, but if you put your […] More

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    Analytics for Dental Practices Software

    We have re-imagined business over the past two decades. What used to be human-centric has now become data driven. You will notice this difference when you walk into any bank. But, why has this change happened in every industry across the world? Data driven decisions and analytics have produced results in increasing the efficiency of […] More

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    4 Silent Ways Horrible Job Is Hurting Your Health

    Need an extra nudge to finally ditch that miserable job? Consider the surprising toll it’s taking on your body, mind, family… basically your entire life. A bad job lowers your immunity Stress hormones also do a number on your ability to fight illness. “They impair the function of your immune system so you are more […] More

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