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Lung function tends to peak around the age of 30, after which it starts to decline. The rate of decline varies depending on factors such as smoking, exercise, exposure to pollutants, medical conditions and diet.
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The metabolism of thyroid hormones and iron are inter-dependent. Iron deficiency can produce hypothyroidism and vice versa. This is so important, yet often missed, in the treatment of hypothyroidism. -
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As your chest, throat, and esophagus are suffering from what feels like they are on fire, your body is not so secretly letting you know that what you're trying to digest isn't going to happen without a bit of a battle. -
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Secrets to Aging Well - The key to aging well in Chinese medicine is by guarding your Essence in order to extend your healthy lifespan. Here are some ways to do that. - http://bit.ly/2FJRQZE
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While there are a number of patterns or combinations of patterns that can cause migraines, there are two that are the most common culprits. -
Determining the Nature of Migraines
Determining the Nature of Migraines
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Five Major Health Benefits of Ginger -
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While most people who seek medical attention to deal with their varicose veins do it because they are unhappy with the way that they look, new research suggests that varicose veins might also be related to potentially dangerous blood clots. -
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When you have an allergy, your immune system reacts to a foreign substance, called an allergen. It could be something you eat, touch, inhale into your lungs, or inject into your body. -
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Is Your Shoulder Pain Caused By a Rotator Cuff Tear? - http://bit.ly/2lDGJ6S
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It’s not uncommon to see women who still struggle with hot flashes or night sweats many years after they have gone through menopause. Are their hormones to blame? - http://bit.ly/25RLdJz
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