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Myths and Facts You Need to Know about Herbal Remedies - Many devotees of herbs often have a common misconception that herbal remedies are safe and don't cause any side effects. But the truth is they carry as same health risks as the modern medicine and can cause considerable harm. In fact, the pitfalls of using herbal remedies are many and there are a lot of myths to beware of! So if you wish to try alternatives to modern medicines, it’s important that you know all the facts. Accordingly, ...
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How to Find the Right Health Insurance for You - Choosing the right health insurance plan could be a huge challenge if you are self-employed or running your own small business. It's not that there is a lack of good insurance companies. Hundreds of insurance companies nowadays offer cost-effective, affordable plans; that's why, it has become an incredibly tough task to find the best deal. So how may you find the right health plan that is cost-effective and covers all your needs? Let's find o...
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Is an Aspirin a Day Beneficial for Heart Attacks? - A heart attack do not start and end within minutes. It is rather an ongoing event in which a segment of your heart muscle or or brain starts to die because of the loss of blood supply. The damage to your heart and body may be minimized by taking proper steps as soon as the warning signs appear. An aspirin a day can help prevent heart attack and stroke. But during a heart attack, don't start aspirin on your own. Calling 911 for help is the ...
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How to Stop Snoring: Causes, Cures, and Remedies - Snoring is a common condition during sleep. If you snore sometimes, but it doesn't make a loud sound, then you don't need to worry because it's normal. Studies suggest almost 45% of normal male adults and 30% of normal female adults are occasional snorers. You may be one of them if it happens infrequently. But snoring could be a serious cause for concern, if you are a frequent snorer and interrupt your partner's sleep. Habitual or frequent ...
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The Difficulties of Battling Cancer - Being diagnosed and treated for cancer is something that no one would like to go through. But, unfortunately, thousands of people are diagnosed with cancer everyday. The pain and uncertainty are a combination of two of the most stressful things humans will ever face. Thankfully, research and treatments have come a long way in recent years. Unfortunately, there are still thousands of people suffering from types of cancer that are fatal in the majority of...
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What Are Mobility Aids? - Disability doesn't mean inability or illness. It is something that some people are born with and others just develop it due to serious medical injuries, conditions and even age. At any stage in your lifetime, you may also unfortunately develop a disability: The reason could be an impairment or activity limitation. However, becoming disabled doesn't mean that your life will be stuck in a rut. Like a normal human being, a disable person can also learn, play, work as ...
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Seven Surprising Benefits of Exercise in Young People - When adults exercise, their routine is generally regimented. They work out in the gym with various equipment. Younger people on the other hand have a different take on exercise. For them it means being physically active through playing. They can play tag, ride bikes, play soccer, and join a dance or gym class. When encouraged to be active and enjoy the outdoors, children build endurance, flexibility and strength. Parents are now told t...
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Smoking: Why and How to Quit Before Plastic Surgery - Are you one of the 1 in 5 Americans who smoke? Cigarette smoke contains over 250 known toxins [1], but you’ve probably heard all of that before. So let’s get right to the point: you might not want to quit smoking for good, but if you’re going to get plastic surgery, you’ll have to stop for several weeks beforehand and several weeks afterward. Experts recommend quitting smoking one month before the operation and waiting at least one month...
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How to Stop Snoring: Causes, Cures, and Remedies - Snoring is a common condition during sleep. If you snore sometimes, but it doesn't make a loud sound, then you don't need to worry because it's normal. Studies suggest almost 45% of normal male adults and 30% of normal female adults are occasional snorers. You may be one of them if it happens infrequently. But snoring could be a serious cause for concern, if you are a frequent snorer and interrupt your partner's sleep. Habitual or frequent ...
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Everything You Need to Know about Botox - Over the past decades, Botox has been one of the most appreciated interventions in the beauty industry. It has been a popular aesthetic treatment, especially among the rich and famous. Celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Simon Cowell, and many others have used it to improve their appearance. These days Botox has become a household name; no doubt, the celebrity factor has played a big part in this. However, despite everyone knowing what it is, most peop...
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