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Tips for Reducing Fever in Children

When a child is sick, one thing that a parent or caregiver worries about is when the child develops a fever. When you first notice a sign of a fever in your child, you should not wait until it gets too high until you start trying to reduce the fever. …

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Best Nutritional Foods for a Preschool Playgroup

It is good practice to serve nutritional food to the children at a preschool playgroup.  It is better for their bodies, and the parents will probably appreciate it as well. Of course, you also need to get food that the children will enjoy.  Consider the following ideas for such fare. …

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Home Remedies Migraine

Migraines are powerful recurring episodes of pain that can produce a variety of symptoms, including headaches.  Since there are many causes of migraines, including such potentially deadly conditions like stroke or a brain aneurysm, it is vital that anyone suffering from migraines goes to a doctor.  Anyone suffering from continual …

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Why the Diet Industry Doesn’t want you to get Thin

Figures vary on current spending within the diet industry, but estimated numbers would indicate between $40 and $100 billion. These are huge figures all spent on trying to attain slimness.  A whole industry has been built up around the aspirations of overweight people to obtain a quick fix. Luckily for …

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Genetic Factors in Autism

Autism is a disorder in which the nervous system develops in a defective manner.  The disorder is underscored by impaired social development. The first study to link autism with heredity was conducted in 1977, in which it was demonstrated that identical twins were more likely to develop autism compared to …

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Morals and Addiction

In today’s society addiction is very much a moral problem.  Merriam-Webster defines moral as “…of or relating to principles of right and wrong in behavior: ethical” and addiction as “…the quality or state of being addicted…compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (as heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and …

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Side Effects of Albuterol

Albuterol inhalation is the generic name with the following brand names: Accuneb, Airet, ProAir HFA, Proventil, Proventil HFA, Respirol, Ventolin, Ventolin HFA, or Ventolin Nebules. Albuterol is a bronchodilator that relaxes muscles in the airways and increases air flow to the lungs. Basically, it helps to clear you airways to …

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Myopia Symptoms and Treatment

Myopia is also known as short-sightedness or near-sightedness, it is the inability to see clearly things that are far away. Myopia cannot be cured; it can only be corrected. For those with myopia, it is not advisable to drink too much alcohol as this may result in your eyes being …

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Reasons for Bilirubin in the Urine

To understand what causes bilirubin in the urine, you must understand what bilirubin is. Bilirubin itself, is a pigment that is found in bile, put out by your liver. It has a yellow coloring to it. To determine whether or not you have bilirubin in the urine, a 24 hour …

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Original System of Reikidr Usuis Reikiwhere does Reiki come Fromhealing Reiki

Alternative Approaches to Energy Healing within Reiki – Reiki as Introduced by Dr Mikao Usui It can be confusing for students when they read about the wide range of Reiki courses now available especially on the internet to choose one that is best for them. Where Does Reiki Come From? …

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