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So You Are Losing Your Hair

Did you know that men and women both tend to lose hair thickness as they age? They both can lose the amount of hair that they have as they age too. Men are likely to see a pattern of hair loss by the time they are 30 years of age and as many as 60% of men are...

Risk Factors For Type 2 Diabet...

Just like most diseases there are many risk factors for type 2 diabetes. The risk factors are obesity, sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits, a family history of diabetes, increased age, having high blood pressure or high cholesterol, and a history of having...

Coping Skills For Those With T...

Males that have testicular cancer can learn how to cope with the cancer and the changes that they will be experiencing as they go through treatment by learning coping skills. Coping skills can come in the form of a plan that can be devised by your doctor and other...

Unstoppable Motivation

The one thing needed in life to keep going on is Unstoppable Motivation. This is not a grocery item you could get over the counter, nor is it a thing you could borrow from someone, motivation is what comes from within you and that is exactly where you need to peep to...

So You Want To Be An Osteopath

A bona fide medical profession, becoming a doctor of osteopathy is an increasingly popular choice of occupation. It is by no means an easy undertaking and much like any other medical doctor, becoming a D.O. (doctor of osteopathy) requires time, money, determination,...

Infectious Arthritis A Disease...

Have you seen your cat limping? Have you noticed that your pet dog is rather dragging its feet in a painful manner? Check it out – your pets might be suffering from infectious arthritis. What Is Infectious Arthritis? This is a type of arthritis that can affect...

Treating Tension Headaches

The tension headache is one that nearly all of us will experience at least one time. That dull, achy feeling that hurts both sides of our head. It also may involve tight feelings in the muscles in the neck and shoulders. It begins slowly and gradually builds up and...
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recent from 18 Stages Of Herpes
Herpes is a viral disease which is sexually transmitted from one person to another. It can be prevented but not cured. Prevention can be done by following safety measures as advised by the medical practitioners. The virus which causes the disease is classified as: HSV-1 virus HSV-2 virus Although both the...
recent from 23 The Side Effects Of Spider Vein Treatment
More and more people who are suffering from spider vein are now considering getting spider vein treatment for two reasons. The first reason is for them to look good and the other one is to maintain their health. Experts say that there is a steady demand for spider vein treatment options because many people...
recent from 26 Clostridium Botulinum
Clostridium botulinum is a bacterium, which is mainly responsible for causing botulism. Botuilism is a rare paralytic illness and it is caused by a nerve toxin. This nerve toxin is secreted by the clostridium botulinum. In medical terms, there are three major types of botulism. They are food borne botulism,...
recent from 24 Risk Factors For Type 2 Diabetes
Just like most diseases there are many risk factors for type 2 diabetes. The risk factors are obesity, sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating habits, a family history of diabetes, increased age, having high blood pressure or high cholesterol, and a history of having had gestational diabetes with a pregnancy....
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