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The ways bipolar disease impacts relationships among family and friends

Bipolar disorder is a mental disorder that affects the relationship status between family and surrounding friendships. According to Natasha Tracy at HealthyPlace, one of the most pronounced effects of bipolar disorder is an “ongoing burden for the family because of such things as decreased income or continual disruptions in the …

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How Insomnia Treated

Insomnia is the experience of insufficient sleep or sleep that is not refreshing. There are various causes for above condition. It is most often occurs as a result of drug or alcohol dependence, mood disorders, sleep apnea, or travel across time zones. Most medications used in this condition do produce …

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Seasonal allergies treatment

Seasonal allergies are allergic reactions that develop in certain part of the year. It is usually triggered by environmental allergens such as pollens which are common during spring and fall. Once entered into the body, allergens such as pollens initiate a cascade of reactions, which ultimately results in the release …

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How to Enjoy Exercise

Positivity and weight loss; do the two go together? They look like they are worlds apart, on opposite poles so to speak. So how do you connect the two polar opposites? Be honest with yourself. If you have not exercised in a long time you probably think to yourself, positivity …

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An Effective way to Relieve Stress with a Blog

One of the reasons blogging helps to relieve stress is that blogging makes it easy to write about private grievances and personal failings while remaining anonymous. A blog also helps to relieve stress when writing about emotional problems and finding ways out of those difficulties. – Blogging offers complete anonymity. …

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Street Diseases Homeless Health new Homeless Homeless Healh Issues

Street Diseases: Homeless and Health Welcome to the new third world: America’s homeless. Although statistical research regarding the new homeless is an unsure science it is estimated that over 1.5 million people in the United States are now homeless, and the number is rising. On any given night it is …

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5 Reasons to go Meatless

Here are five really good reasons to go meatless. Eating too much of meat is not good for the body. People who eat too much of meat generally suffer from health related issues, which affect their cardiovascular system, causing complications like heart disease, calcification’s of arteries, strokes and high blood pressure. …

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How to Pursue a Claim of Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice is negligence on the part of a health care worker either by omission or act that causes any unnecessary pain or discomfort to a patient. The standard of care provided will not comply with the accepted standards of practice set out by the health care service and is …

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Vitiligo Health Diseases Michael Jackson Skin Cancer causes of Cancer Melanoma

To start off I have Vitiligo myself and I have had it for 5 years. Vitiligo affects 1% of the United States population and isn’t a very consuming disease. Even popular singer Michael Jackson had vitiligo throughout his body and eventually got the treatment to remove the rest of the …

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Should Patients be sent Home to Die without being Informed about Alternative Medicine

Alternative medicine and hands on healing has been around for thousands of years, it has been used within many different cultures and has been very beneficial to there lives. Still today there are cultures, mainly in the eastern world who choose to use alternative medicine which have great healing properties, …

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