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Mild Depression may not Require Prescription Drugs for Treatments

Clinical depression is a mood disorder in which the symptoms may define the illness. Symptoms include loss of interest in friends and family, difficulty focusing on tasks and a lack of concentration, a lack of energy and debilitating fatigue. As the condition progresses, if left untreated, more severe symptoms may …

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How Exercise Variety Leads to Fitness Success

Imagine a basketball player who spends his entire workout, every day, running sprints up and down a basketball court. His legs become toned, his heart strong, and he soon becomes the fastest sprinter on his team. Game day comes, and when his team gets to take the ball out, he …

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Best Weight Loss Workout

The best weight loss workout is one that works. Before starting any program of weight loss, weigh yourself and be honest. Since muscle weighs more than fat, a heavier person may not be overweight and may not shed pounds easily. If your waistline is increasing, a weight loss goal may …

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C Difficile Infection Diarrhea Intestinal Antibiotics Bowel Colon

Clostridium difficile, or C. difficile is a gram-positive bacteria that causes an infection of the bowel, producing inflammation and diarrhea. It is the most common hospital-acquired infection in the U.S. and the world. The infection occurs frequently following antibiotic therapy that changes the normal bacterial flora of the bowel. The …

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Exercise Induced Asthma Facts about Eia

Exercise-induced asthma, or EIA, should not prevent you from exercising. In fact, in the 1996 Olympics, one out of every six athletes suffered from it. If they could cope with EIA, you probably can too. Causes and Symptoms of EIA Because we tend to breath out of our mouths when …

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Why Swimming Laps is such a Good way to Exercise

Most people know that swimming is one of the best exercises you can do to improve fitness because it not only tones almost every muscle you have, but because it causes your metabolism to speed up which helps to keep your lungs and heart healthy. But there are other benefits …

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When to reveal mental health problems to your employer

If you have been diagnosed with clinical depression, or suspect that you are suffering from it, you may well find that you struggle to get to work, or you may have long periods of time when you are moody and snappish around other people. Then again, you may be able …

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What Foods will help me Lose Weight

According to the Centers for Disease and control, 33 percent of America adults suffer from obesity. In an attempt to keep from being added to the 2.4 million who have identefied themselves as obese in just the last 10 years, more Americans are looking for additional weapons in their individual weight …

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Birth Control Methods Safe Sex

Everyone seems to want to know what the best method of birth control is. That is a very hard question to answer because birth control is a very personal choice. The type you choose depends on your body chemistry and tolerance, your sexual activity level, the type of relationship(s) that …

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How Small changes to Diet and Exercise will take Weight off

Losing weight is a whole new challenge, a series of lifestyle changes that can make the difference between winning that challenge or just giving up.  Believe it or not,  even small changes to your diet and just a bit more consideration about your physical activity, are going to make a difference …

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