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Why some Processed Foods are Bad for Health

If you look in the average person’s food pantry, you’re likely to find a fair amount of processed food. Processed food is convenient, cheap and tasty. It’s what many Americans rely on for their families and it often seems like a good solution to creating healthy meals from scratch. Crackers, …

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Seltzer Diet French Soda Pop Addiction not Drink Soda Juice Healthy

Everyone can beat a soda pop addiction.  Judie C. Snelson writes that the body withdraws about 20 milligrams of calcium from the body in order to neutralize the acidic pH from one can of soda.  In the Center for Unhindered Living website, Snelson goes onto explain how each can of …

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Child Orthodontics and the different Phases of Treatment

Many concerned parents wonder when and if their child should get braces. The Association of American Orthodontists suggest that a child see an orthodontist by the age of eight if a problem is noted. At your child’s routine dental check up and cleaning, talk to the dental hygienist or dentist …

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What is Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder is a serious mental illness that is characterized by emotional instability and troubled personal relationships. People who suffer from this disorder often have low self-esteem and impulsive behavior. The onset of this disorder usually occurs during early adulthood. Symptoms May Include: * Extreme fear of abandonment * …

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Participating in Medical Research Studies for Money

“Medical Research” is a topic which attracts much debate, controversy and which raises many ethical and moral issues about what kind of research is “right” and what kind of research is “wrong”. This article is about my experience of some medical research that I myself was involved in, on two …

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Is Adopting a Vegetarian Diet the Easiest way to Reduce your Carbon Footprint – No

With the increasing impact of humans on the world, environmental awareness and climate change have become the recent “hot topics” of the media and politicians. We now need to be thinking about how to reduce our carbon footprint and adopting a vegetarian diet is just one way. THE PROBLEM Pollution, …

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How Low Carb Diets can Affect Health

Low carb diets are not only for people wishing to lose weight. They are a necessary lifestyle for Type II diabetics and those suffering from candiasis (an overgrowth of yeast in the intestinal tract). However, achieving goals for low carb intake brings with it some discomforting side effects or drawbacks. …

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Writing

Writing can have a therapeutic affect on us. By putting down our thoughts and feelings we may notice a sense of release and relief. Getting our emotions out by describing them with words is one way of working towards emotional health. This type of self help has been done for …

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