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New Methods of Treating Retinoblastoma

What is a retinoblastoma? Retinoblastoma is a cancer that affects the retina of the eye and has the potential to spread to nearby tissues including the optic nerve. Certain types of retinoblastoma, especially the bilateral ones, are said to be inherited and the condition, if not detected early and treated, …

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Body Weight

Body weight exercises are a great way to get into shape, especially for people who are injured of have gone for surgery recently.It is important for them not to overstrain the muscles they have injuried in the past and the best way to do that is by training the muscle …

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Signs and Symptoms of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Fas

Foetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a problem that occurs when alcohol that is consumed during pregnancy finds its way into the foetus. This can result in many possible symptoms, particularly various types of damage to the central nervous system. But other signs can involve problems with other areas of the …

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Prevention and Treatment of Pinworms

Pinworm infections, also known as Enterobius vermicular is infections, are very common all around the world. It is estimated that there are more than 40 million cases of pinworm infections in the United States alone each year. This makes it the most common of all worm infections in the United …

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Is Add Annoying – Yes

I know ADD is not fault of the sufferer and I can totally sympathize. I have a co-worker who I believe might suffer from this and although it is fairly annoying, I try and realize that it is not her fault and all I can do is be tolerable of …

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When to be Concerned about a Bump on the Head

If you receive a bump on your head and have no side effects other than a bit of pain, it is nothing to worry about except to be more cautious in the future. However, sometimes a bump on the head can cause symptoms of which could either be a concussion, …

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Why it Isn’t always a Good Thing to Lose Weight Quickly

Losing weight quickly isn’t as important as losing weight at a gradual rate that can be sustained once you reach your goal. You may be able to lose a lot of weight quickly if you go on a diet where you are only ‘allowed’ to eat soup, but what are …

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Food Contents Checking Food Contents

Checking food contents is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and is critical when shopping for someone with food allergies and certain dietary restrictions. Even though I am a very particular shopper who regularly checks food contents, there are times when I made the mistake of assuming that …

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Getting the most out of Therapy Sessions

I remember my first therapy session fifteen years ago. I wondered what I would say when the therapist asked me why I was there. I didn’t know where to begin. The question was asked. I answered,”I’ve been recently diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, and I am having a lot of trouble …

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Truth or Fiction too much Cholesterol in whole Eggs – Fiction

There’s 213 milligrams of cholesterol in an egg. Doctor’s recommend less than 200 milligrams of a cholesterol a day for people with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or high levels of “bad” cholesterol. This number is based on guidelines from the American Heart Association. But that’s not the whole story. They’ve supplied …

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