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Wheat Grass Shots – Benefiting Fatigue to Fertility

For the past 5 years I have been a huge proponent of wheat grass juice. Ever since I was stricken with a very nasty bout of mono, I was turned on to the healing properties of wheat grass juice. My major ailment was fatigue and an inability to fight virus and heal quickly. I can […] Read more
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Issues Regarding Strep Throat Treatments

Prescribing the most appropriate strep throat treatment is a very difficult task for doctors. Although laboratory tests reveal the presence of group A streptococcus bacteria in most throttles infections, these bacteria are not always the only ones responsible for causing strep throat. Apart from group A streptococcus bacteria, there are many other Read more
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How to Switch to an Upright Golf Swing Plane and the Benefits it Has to Your Distance and Accuracy

As a golf instructor I can see no reason why golfers should not adopt an upright swing plane regardless of their physique or flexibility. Yet, if you go online to search "golf swing plane" you will see multiple explanations about the subject and just as many different versions about what is correct and what is […] Read more
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Types Of Kidney Disease – Which Do You Have?

The term "kidney disease" can refer to any type of condition that greatly reduces the functioning of the kidneys. Some forms of kidney disease are acute, which means that the damage is sudden and symptoms reveal themselves very quickly. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) means that the decline in the kidney function is slow and progressive. Read more
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Alzheimer's Caregiver – Survival Steps

I am one member of a family of five who has taken on the role of "Alzheimer's Caregiver". Our family is now in year six of this journey caring for my mom's sister. My aunt has now outlived many of her friends who we have met through the fights with this disease. Alzheimer's is a […] Read more
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How Leukemia Is Diagnosed

There are various tests that can be done to help diagnose a patient for leukemia. The following three methods are the most common: 1. Physical Examination – Often used to check for lumps, abnormalities, or certain leukemia symptoms that may be present in a patient. This examination will usually include a thorough revision of the […] Read more
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Water Damage Restoration – WRT Exam

The Water Damage Restoration Technician test by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification). Water Damage Restoration Technician is a design that a professional restorer needs to prove that he or she is compiling with the most prevalent standards in the restoration industry. It has become increasingly important for Read more
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Ablene Review – Natural IBS Supplement

Crohn's Disease is no laughing matter. And neither is irritable bowel syndrome. These conditions can become so severe that the quality of life of the sufferer can be severely affected and even impaired. If you are suffering from these conditions you probably have an idea that changes in your dietary habits and some prescription drugs Read more
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Do You Wonder Why Your Penis and Testicles Sweat? – Penis and Testicular Mysteries Explained

One fact about men is that their penis and testicles sweat. The amount they sweat will depend on your current environment at the time (hot, cold), how active you are (running around the block or watching television), your diet, and your genetic disposition. Surprisingly, even if you do not feel condensation (droplets) of sweat on […] Read more
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What Is Vulvodynia? A Mind Body Perspective

Vulvo what? Vulvodynia is chronic vulvar pain that has no known medical cause. It affects women of every age, but seems to predominately affect women from about the ages of 18 – 50. The symptoms include burning, stinging, aching, soreness, throbbing, rawness, and itching in the vulva, as well as painful intercourse. It can last […] Read more
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