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Early Symptoms of Pancreatic Cancer

While it is technically possible to detect early symptoms of pancreatic cancer, most symptoms are vague and not specific to pancreatic cancer. In addition, not everybody experiences symptoms, or they are so mild that the patient ignores them. Usually, by the time symptoms appear, or are recognized as serious, the …

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Books about Dreaming

There are a large number of books out there about dreams, but some are better than others. One of the books about dreams that is good to own is by Betty Bethards called The Dream Book: Symbols for Self Understanding. Chapter one gets into the meaning of your dreams and …

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What you need to know about Allergies to Wool

Most of us have felt the typical irritation that a wool sweater will do to our skin. We itch and scratch until we bleed. Then we shed the offending product i.e. the wool sweater as quickly as we put it on and as soon as it is safe to do …

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Natural Substitutes for Depression

A look at natural substitutes for nortriptyline Nortriptyline is a type of antidepressant drugs that is used to elevate the moods of people experiencing depression. It is in the category of tricyclic antidepressants. This drug attempts to balance out chemicals in the brain that are unbalanced. Nortriptyline, like all of …

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How does Metformin Work

Metformin is a drug widely prescribed to help Type II diabetic patients to manage their blood glucose level.  Many diabetics are taking this drug with little or no understanding of the mechanism of action. Although the action of metformin is still subject to research, it has four known effects all …

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Dilated Cardiomyopathy Cardiomyopathy Treatment Cardiomyopathy Symptoms Cardiomyopathy Heart

Dilated cardiomyopathy is enlargement of the left or right ventricle of the heart. This dilation causes a loss of cardiac contractile function which loss of function eventually results in congestive heart failure, arrhythmias and thrombus (clot) formation in the heart. The causes of dilated cardiomyopathy can be broadly grouped into …

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The Relationship between Exercise and Stress Relief

In today’s busy world we are constantly worrying about something or someone. If it’s not the bills piling up, than it’s trying to help the kids pass their tests, or improve our jobs and get that promotion. Sometimes it’s just trying to stay sane and healthy, but in the process …

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Jogging is not Safe on Roads – No

Driving at a steady pace along one of the busiest roads in my neighborhood, I drive up a hill, where I am temporarily blinded since at the very top of the hill, the road makes a sharp descent downhill. At this point, while I drive up the hill at a …

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Using Reflexology on the Hands

Hand reflexology is a simple therapeutic treatment that utilizes your fingers to manipulate reflex points in the hand that correspond to specific parts of the body, particularly the organs and glands. By applying pressure with thumb and forefinger techniques on reflex points, one can help relieve symptoms of headache, constipation, …

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How to Stay Fit in 10 Simple way

All of us know of a few methods to stay fit. But the problem actually lies in garnering the motivation to start on any of those methods. Below are ten simple ways and lessons to help you towards the goal of staying fit without much disturbance to your daily routine. …

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