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How Acupuncture is used in Drug Addiction Treatment

Acupuncture is one of many practices in traditional Chinese medicine. Acupuncture has a long history in the treatment of many body disorders; however, it has not been until the last century that it became popular in the treatment of substance abuse. It has been proved that acupuncture can ease many …

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Risk Factors for HIV Transmission

While most people are rightly concerned about the risk of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) being transferred from person to person, there is one major consideration that should be remembered when assessing the risk of HIV transmission. The HIV virus cannot survive outside the body, which limits the opportunities for transmission. …

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Hospital Errorsleapfrog Group

Hospital errors are committed daily.In actual fact,if there is any crime that is committed and goes on unnoticed,untold,unreported,undocumented,it is hospital errors.Indeed,it is an aspect of our healthcare profile that has been neglected to bear its brunt on its victims. A friend in far away Nigeria phoned me last year September,to …

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What goes through your Mind when you are Depressed

Depression. The awakening is painful because now you are beginning to realize you cannot have what you hope for, or maybe you had it but lost it, or you can still have it but the point is, it is not here now. You become frustrated. The frustration escalates to anger. …

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Factors that may Increase the Risk of Autism

Autism is a neural development disorder characterized by difficulty in social interaction and other similar challenging behaviors. Autism is usually diagnosed before the age of three and is bound to heavily impact a person’s entire life. Autism affects millions of people worldwide and is considered as among the most common …

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How to Prepare the Correct Dosage of Insulin Lispro

Diabetes has become quite common in today’s world; in fact it is on the rise. This is in part due to our different life styles and the foods that we eat although in some cases it is genetic. There are many medications on the market to control diabetes and Lispro …

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Is Soy Bean Drink Benefiting our Health

Soy: Practically Perfect or ? From essential amino acids to a wide range of antioxidants, soy has been touted as the new “miracle” food, and with what appears to be good reason. Consuming 25 grams of soy protein and 30-50 milligrams of soy isoflavones daily has been shown to lower …

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Medicinal Herbal Tea

Homemade medicinal and herbal teas are inexpensive and simple alternatives to store-bought teas, and can relieve a variety of ailments. When made from fresh herbs, these teas are purer, more wholesome, and more flavorful than pre-packaged teas. Herbs can be home-grown or purchased at a nursery, supermarket, or health-food store. …

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How to Calculate Calories Burned from Exercise

When incorporating exercise in to your weight loss plan, most people want to know how many calories are being burned. Coming up with a way to calculate this is very difficult,  especially since the numbers used in the formula change as you lose weight. The heavier you are, the more …

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