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Learn How To Assess A Palm At A Glance – (Never Before In Print)

Once you become practiced at reading palms you will be able to recognize the different degrees, or qualities, at a glance. These degrees provide excellent information about a person`s character and you will find knowledge of them very useful in the daily life. For instance, if you happen to notice that someone you work with […] Read more
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Borrelia Burgdorferi Lyme Disease: An Overview

Borrelia burgdorferi Lyme disease is a bacterium-caused infection that is caused by some tick bites. The contributing agent is spirochete borrelia burgdorferi (Bb). A systemic infection that is caused by a spiral-shaped bacterium called the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi (Bb) is known as borrelia burgdorferi Lyme disease. This disease that is Read more
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Thyroid Dysfunction And Its Underlying Cause

When the Thyroid gland is over-producing or under-producing thyroid hormones, the body exhibits uncomfortable and often debilitating symptoms. Making matters worse is the fact that even when the thyroid hormone levels are tested, it is common for the test results to come back normal, even in the cases that have a dysfunctional thyroid gland. This Read more
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Vitamin D Deficiency: It's Real!

Vitamin D deficiency has been researched, discussed, responded, and extremely, recognized as a true health issue in the United States. A staggering number of Americans do not get enough vitamin D. Michael Melamed at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine published in the Journal of Pediatrics in August of 2009, over 70% of American children Read more
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Relationship Breakup Advice – An Easy Tip To Cope And Be Happy Again

Are you looking for relationship breakup advice because your relationship is in trouble? If so, you've come to the right place. Pull up a chair as I will show you some proven techniques to get through your breakup and come out stronger than ever before. A breakup is a tough and difficult time and can […] Read more
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The Relationship of Diabetes to Other Diseases and Conditions

The Relationship of Diabetes to Other Diseases and Conditions The US diabetes epidemic is more dangerous than most people realize. The Center for Disease Control recently indicated that more than 63% of Americans are at risk for diabetes due to a Body Mass Index (BMI) qualifying them as overweight. Diabetes not only causes other conditions Read more
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A Positive View of Anger and Forgiveness

Child sexual abuse is a crime. It does not only break the rules of morality and society, it is also a manifestation of how ungodly and wicked people can become, especially when they are misguided and ill-advised. There have been so many negative impressions towards child sex offenders and abusers. The law is harsh when […] Read more
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Medical Malpractice and the Law

Medical malpractice cases can be big news, but these cases run the gamut from minor injuries to permanent injuries to death. What is medical malpractice? It's a mistake, often called medical negligence, made by a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional that results in a patient's injury. Doctors and medical facilities maintain Read more
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On Dis-ease

We are all terminally ill. It is a matter of time before we all die. Aging and death remain almost as mysterious as ever. We feel awed and uncomfortable when we contemplate these twin afflictions. Indeed, the very word denoting illness contains its own best definition: dis-ease. A mental component of lack of well being […] Read more
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10 Most Common Neurosurgery Procedures

Trained to operate on the brain, spinal cord, and other intricate structures of the human nervous system, neurosurgeons under what is arguably the most rigorous training program in all of medicine. In addition to four years of college and four years of medical school, a neurosurgery student must complete at least six years of residency. […] Read more
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