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What is Infant Acne

New parents share a bond. You bring home your beautiful bundle of joy; you can’t stop staring at your new baby. Words cannot express the emotion you feel, the overwhelming love, the disbelief, the incredible happiness. You never knew you were not whole, but now, you can’t imagine living a …

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a seasonal condition characterized by symptoms similar to depression during either winter onset or spring onset getting worse as the season progresses.   SAD is categorized as a form of depression. Treatment includes therapy and medication.  While the symptoms vary depending on the season, the overall …

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Start an Exercise Program

Exercise is an integral part of a healthy lifestyle. It lowers the risk of a host of diseases and health related conditions, helps maintain a healthy weight and positively affects mood. Unfortunately, most people don’t seem to have the time or inclination to start an effective exercise program; those who …

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Secrets of Strength Training

Strength training is your friend. While men have long enjoyed the benefits of strength training, women have tended to shy away from it, fearing the body builder look. In reality, strength training is an equal opportunity activity. Incorporating strength training into your workout routine provides important benefits necessary to the …

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New Superfoods what are the new Superfoods

What are the new superfoods? Maybe the first question should really be, “what exactly is a superfood, anyway?” It’s a super healthy food, one with disease fighting properties and high levels of vitamins and minerals. Many superfoods even contain active ingredients that can relieve pain; fight inflammation; kill cancer cells; …

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Why Adults Faint

The Ups and Downs of My Ups and Downs: I honestly believe if there were an award given for the greatest number of reasons a single person has fainted in a year or even a lifetime, I might actually be a contender for first place. When I was a teenager, …

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Small Cell Lung Cancer

Small-cell lung cancer explained There are two types of lung cancer: small cell lung cancer (SCLC) and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). NSCLC is much more common than SCLC (roughly 85% of lung cancers are NSCLC and 15% are SCLC), but the prognosis for SCLC is much worse. Small-cell lung …

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Baby Blues

Am I crazy? I wanted you forever, I am afraid I will hurt you. I am afraid I will accidentally drown you, what happened to Andrea Yates? How did she drown all five of her children. I look at your tiny body with so much concern for your well being …

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Ailurophobia Diagnosis Symptoms and Treatment

Anxiety disorders can be incredibly difficult for anyone that is suffering through them.  The disorder can often times takeover the life of the person that suffers from it forcing them to consider the disorder at every moment of their life.  This control can make general life complicating as everything must …

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Are Check out Lines Hazardous to your Health

I was standing in the grocery store check-out line the other day and realized that this could be one of THE most depressing places in the world. I am not a skinny-minny by any stretch of the imagination. But I am very fit and very healthy. But I am as …

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