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How to use a Journal to Lose Weight

Your food journal will become your best friend, your confidant, and the place to go every day to tell all of your intimate food secrets to. Isn’t that what a best friend is for? Someone to tell all of those secrets to and to tell what guys you think are …

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Who can get Fatty Liver Disease

 What is fatty liver disease? In simple terms, fatty liver disease refers to the deposition of excess fat in the liver cells and is not considered to be a harmful condition. In most literature, what is described as fatty liver is the non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) which manifest among …

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When you should Stop doing an Exercise

Exercising is the one of the most important activities that a person should undertake in order to maintain and improve health at any age. It not only facilitates physical well being, but will substantially contribute to the mental well being as well as social interactions. Why do you need to …

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Smile again Dentures

Smile Again Dentures Review Briefly, I will discuss information about the company and dentures. Next, I will talk about my experience with Smile Again Dentures. To see a photo of me with my new dentures, please visit my writer’s profile page. A bit about the Denturists and the business Smile …

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Accepting your Body

I remember when I was fifteen, and sitting in my physical education lesson. The topic that day was on obesity, I sat uncomfortably on my chair, with my over pouring chunky thighs spread out. I felt that all too familiar feeling of severe discomfort, and it wasn’t just physical, yes …

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How to Prevent Hepatitis b

It is always better to prevent a disease if at all possible. Hepatitis B is no exception. Hepatitis B is a viral infection which causes damage to your liver. Prevention of hepatitis B involves avoiding exposure to the virus. To do this, it is important to understand exactly how the …

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Compulsive Skin Picking

Picking at the odd spot or two is one thing, but picking and scratching until you develop scars or infected wounds, means help is needed. Compulsive Skin Picking (CSP), sometimes referred to as neurotic excoriation or dermatillomania, is the excessive picking, squeezing or scratching of skin. The most frequent targets …

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Side Effects of Glyburide

Glyburide is an oral medication which is prescribed for treating people that have type 2 diabetes. This drug is known as a sulfonylurea, which works to stimulate the pancreas to produce more insulin. These types of drugs like Glyburide can work as long as the person taking it has some …

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Universal Health Care

As a child of the 50’s, a student in the 60’s, starting my professional career in the 70’s all through those years the United States was evolving slowly at first then more rapidly into a nation that ceased to learn from the lessons of the past as to what made …

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Treating Copd

Living with COPD can be debilitating fact of life.  However the more educated a person living with the disease is the more likely he or she will be able to cope with  it.  COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is really a misleading acronym.  COPD itself is not a specific disease; rather …

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