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Mesothelioma: Legal Ramifications

A Brief Overview Mesothelioma is a form of cancer that attacks the linings of the lungs and the intestinal tract, and also the sac covering the heart. It is also called epithelial mesothelioma, as it affects the membrane in the pleura, the pericardium and the peritoneum. It is not lung-cancer per se. The mesothelioma-lung cancer […] Read more
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Little Known Exercises To Prevent Low Back Pain

Low back pain can be regarded as a pandemic, as it strikes people from all walks of life. The lower back, or lumbar spine serves as the “keel”, if you will, of the human frame. It is comprised of five (5) lumbar vertebrae– the largest of the 25 bones that make up the spinal column. […] Read more
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Don’t Be Confused About Low Carb Diets – 7 Key Points Explained

With all of the conflicting studies and fuzzy interpretation of information, it’s no wonder that confusion reigns when it comes to the value and safety of low-carb diets. It seems like heated debates are raging everywhere! Whether it’s Atkins, the South Beach or some other low-carb plan, as many as 30 million Americans are following Read more
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How to Lower Cholesterol Levels Naturally

Cardiovascular disease is thought to be our number one killer, as just less than one million Americans die from heart disease each year. Reducing cholesterol, specifically LDL (the "bad cholesterol" which forms plaque in our arteries that can then block blood flow to the brain & heart) can greatly aid one's overall cardiovascular Read more
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Book Review – Marley and Me : Life and Love with the World’s Worst Dog

Looking for a heartwarming frolic through the life of a dog? John Grogan new bestselling book Marley & Me : Life and Love with the World’s Worst Dog delivers. This story of a young family making their way through life with the help of a neurotic dog will have you laughing out loud one moment, […] Read more
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Epileptic Encephalopathies – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Epileptic encephalopathies are a group of medical conditions characterized by epilepsy which is difficult to treat and usually progressive in nature. This group comprises of eight age related syndromes which include Early Myoclonic Encephalopathy, Ohtahara Syndrome, West Syndrome, Dravet Syndrome, myoclonic status in non-progressive Read more
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18 Superfoods for Your Heart

Our lifestyles and diet have a lot more to do with our heart than the number of years we have lived. Given today's hectic lifestyles, irregular sleep patterns, unhealthy diet, high levels of stress and lack of physical activity, no wonder we hear several young, possibly healthy professionals collapsing mid-day due to heart related factors. Read more
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Helping Kids With Autism Survive the School Social Scene

No two of us are alike. We all have likes and dislikes, challenges and strengths. But we are similar in that we are social animals and we live in a social world. Some of us may thoroughly enjoy making social connections and others may view it as a chore or an intrusion into our world. […] Read more
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Dangers Of Metabolism Boosters And Energy Drinks

The main purpose of metabolism boosting substances is to assist body when exercising. They are there to accelerate calorie burning process. There is a common misperception that metabolism boosters can replace the role of physical activity in losing weight. Fault for this belief lies partly by online diet marketers. Last 5 years are known as Read more
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Acid Reflux – Is GERD a Hereditary Disease?

The question of acid reflux being a hereditary condition has not been researched very often. However, specialists have concluded that genetically speaking the chances of getting this disease by inheritance may account for 50% of the sufferers. They have also agreed so far that the other 50% is due to diet. Of all the digestive […] Read more
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