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Lupus Diet Do’s and Don’ts – Nutritional Healing For Lupus

Several years ago I was diagnosed with lupus. I could barely get out of bed or walk, had a hard time holding a glass of juice due to joint pain, suffered from all over body muscle aches, endured a constant low grade fever, and itched uncontrollably on my arms with skin rash. I new my […]

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Hemorrhoids Under Pressure – How High Intra-Abdominal Pressure Causes Hemorrhoids

Did you know that an increase in intra-abdominal pressure can cause or aggravate hemorrhoids? The anus is part of the abdominal cavity. High pressure compresses anal veins, which react by swelling. A swollen vein cannot return blood to the heart efficiently. Here is a list of activities and conditions that cause high intra-abdominal pressure, and […]

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Common STD Symptoms and Treatment for Chlamydia, Herpes and Hepatitis

Disease like Chlamydia, Herpes and Hepatitis are a growing problem in the United States. High risk behaviors and lack of disease information and resources have had a profound effect on the spread of such diseases. Some of these diseases have little to no symptoms yet can be extremely harmful if not treated and can spread […]

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Vitamin B12 Deficiency Symptoms In Women

Cobalamin, also referred to as vitamin B12, plays an important role in ordinary body activities. A water-soluble vitamin, B12 assists the brain and nervous system to perform properly. B12 vitamin is also involved in the development of blood, synthesis of DNA, and energy production in the body. One can get vitamin B12 naturally from food […]

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The Symptoms of a Hormone Imbalance and What You Can Do About It

Many women feel that painful periods, irritability, bloating, breast swelling and tenderness are all a normal part of menstruation. Whilst these symptoms are extremely common among women, they are not normal. A healthy menstrual cycle should ideally be pain and symptom free. Unfortunately, in today’s society, hormonal imbalance and premenstrual tension are commonplace and more […]

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Guide to Common Dog Vaccines – DHPPV, DA2PPV, DHLPPV, -C

Sometimes this particular vaccine is titled DHPPV, DA2PPV or DHPPV-C or some other similar variation. This particular vaccine is commonly referred to as the “Distemper-Parvo” vaccine or the “5-in-one” or “seven-in-one”. Although there are some differences between them, you can tell what’s in the vaccine based on the letters. The D in DHPPV stands for […]

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Is Scalp Paresthesias And Hair Loss Related?

Scalp paresthesias is medical terminology for tingling. Everything associated with the medical profession seems to stem from the Latin root meaning of a disease. In this case it is tingling of the head. The big question everyone is asking is if you do encounter these symptoms does this mean you will be losing your hair? […]

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Cushings Disease in Dogs – Effective Natural Treatment

Have you ever heard of cushings disease? If not, especially if you own a dog, there are some important things that you should know about it. Cushings disease in dogs is a disease that affects a dog’s endocrine system. The endocrine system is a system in the dog’s body, composed of the adrenal and pituitary […]

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Sickle Cell Anemia – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Sickle cell anemia is an inherited disorder of the blood caused by abnormal hemoglobin, which causes distorted (sickle shaped) red blood cells, which are fragile and prone to rupture. When the number of red blood cells decreases from rupture (hemolysis), the resultant condition is called as sickle cell anemia. Sickling can be exacerbated by injury […]

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Why Diabetics Struggle With Weight Loss

One of the most perplexing problems that diabetics face is weight loss. Many doctors insist it is a simple matter of consuming less calories than are burned. And, in a perfect world that works. But most diabetics will insist that there is more to it, because when they do the same things as non-diabetics, they […]

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