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The Reason Medical Advice should never Trump Parental Rights – No

The minute we allow medical experts to have control over our children and override our decisions, we might as well sign off our parental rights altogether. The archaic idea that doctors know everything is as outdated as the horse and buggy it rode in on. Back in the pioneer days, …

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Alternative Natural Cures for Viral Infections

What is a viral infection? A viral infection is caused by a virus that is smaller than bacteria and is most often encapsulated by a protective coating so it is much harder to get rid of than a bacterial infection. The most common of viral infections is the common cold …

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What are Types of Tuberculosis Infection

Types of Tuberculosis Infection There are many types of a tuberculosis infection. I would like to give an overview of them in my article here so that people have a basic understanding. The pulmonary tuberculosis types are involved with the respiratory system. These are labeled as the following: 1. Primary …

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Nyquil Review Vicks Cold Formula Medicine

NyQuil is a brand of cold medication, which happens to be my personal favorite, and in my opinion the best out there. The purpose of NyQuil is to relieve the various symptoms associated with a common cold. NyQuil contains ingredients that often can make the person drowsy, and ready for …

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Cervical Disc Spinal Stenosis

Cervical spondylosis is a condition in which the joints between the vertebral bones of the spine degenerate, potentially progressing to a medical problem known as cervical spine stenosis. The cervical spine is the section of the spine that starts at the base of the skull, travels down the neck and …

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Symptoms and Treatment of Meningioma

What is a Meningioma ? Meningioma is a tumor of the meninges which covers the brain and the spinal cord. These coverings will act to protect the vital structures that it surrounds and will provide the much needed cushioning in case of a relative trauma or violent shaking. The cells …

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More Malaria than Records indicate

A new study printed in the British medical journal, The Lancet, in February 2012, has found that malaria deaths around the world are much higher than reported by the World Health Organization. Entitled “Global malaria mortality between 1980 and 2010: a systematic analysis,” the study was headed by Professor Christopher …

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What Vitamins to take for your needs

Most of us know that vitamins are great for our bodies and essential to keeping us healthy. But it’s tough to know which vitamins to choose for your needs. Depending on your age, gender, and activity level, there are certain vitamins that are best suited to what your body requires …

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Diabetic Ketoacidosis Symptomstreatment Dkadka Dehydrationdka Causesdiabetic Ketosisdka Fluids

The initial evaluation of a person in diabetic ketoacidosis is essential in ensuring successful management and a good outcome.  Diabetic ketoacidosis is a dangerous medical condition that occurs in people with insulin-dependent type I diabetes, and rarely in people with noninsulin-dependent type II diabetes.  Diabetic ketoacidosis is characterized by extremely …

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Aspergers Online

If you’re researching any part of the autism spectrum, be prepared to wade through many pages of search results, and a lot of misinformation. It seems as though autism has spawned its own industry these days, with advocates going to bat for every possible cause, mechanism, and treatment. Many of …

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