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Is Omega 3 a Proven Brain Booster

Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and arachidonic acid (ARA) are both present in large quantities in the grey matter of the human brain, and both accumulate at a rapid rate during the central nervous system growth spurt that takes place shortly before and after birth. Given this, it would be a surprise …

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How Hepatitis b Virus Spread

Hepatitis B is a disease which can lead to debilitating and fatal outcomes in susceptible individuals. The infection is caused by the Hepatitis B virus and many factors can influence a person being infected. Some of these factors can easily be prevented but in most instances, the source of the …

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Moral Ethical and Legal Concerns with Bone and Tissue Transplants

Today’s modern technology has offered many people a new lease on life. The transplanting of bones and tissues from one person to another has become commonplace. Moral, ethical and legal issues have come into play concerning the use of various types of tissue, their sources and whether or not it …

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Chinese Herbal Medicine

Traditional Chinese herbal medicine has been praised as one of the oldest and most reliable forms of homeopathic treatments available in modern day. Ancient remedies are resurrected for everyday use from its elder practitioners and still seem to produce the same healing results as they have for centuries past. The …

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Fat Burning Exercises Putting the Work in Workout

Fat burning exercises require going out of your comfort zone, by taking the “routine” out of the workout routine. Fat burning means challenging yourself, pushing yourself to the max which can be difficult. These exercises aren’t easy, they require willpower. The good news is that if you seriously push yourself, …

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Ways to Avoid Regaining Weight

If you have recently met a weight loss goal, congratulations! You’ve done the hardest part, but next comes the longest part. Too often, people take weight off, but then go back to their old habits and watch the weight come right back on. This is not good for the person’s …

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Sexually Transmitted Infection

Medications and vaccines are available to treat and prevent some STIs. Still these diseases are on the rise. Many cause no symptoms; spread by those unaware of infection. Sexually transmitted diseases, (STDs) are infectious diseases, caused by microbes (mainly bacteria, viruses and protozoans), that are passed from one person to …

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What are Symptoms of an Allergy

Allergies are extremely common, more so in some parts of the country than in others. However, anyone can develop an allergy at any time, to almost anything. How do you know if you have an allergy? 1. Respiratory symptoms:watery runny nose, itchy nose, itchy throat, dry cough or minimally wet …

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Drug Addiction

The effects of drug addiction will eventually blanket every aspect in an individual’s life. It will start off as a physical addiction, where the body is physically demanding it. Once the drug has taken hold on the person’s body then the effects branch out into the monetary aspect and eventually …

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