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Oral Candidiasis Infections and Treatment

Oral candidiasis is an infection that occurs in the mouth. Another name for it is Thrush. Overgrowth of yeast fungi called Candida causes the infection. The causes of the overgrowth of the fungus vary. Candida fungi exist in small amounts in various areas of the body in the average person. …

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Why it is Important to Reward your Weight Loss Successes

It is important to reward your weight-loss successes because it can take a considerable amount of time to reach your final weight-loss goal, and thus you need to find something to keep you motivated. If you have quite a lot of weight to shift and you’re losing it at the …

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What causes Osteoporosis

First, it may be useful to describe exactly what osteoporosis is, before examining the causes. In simple terms, it may be described as bone loss. Osteoporosis is a condition where the bones become weaker and more brittle, through loss of mass and density. As a result, sufferers will often sustain …

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Join a Gym get Fit Stay Healthy

Modern society today involves the expectation of maintaining a busy day to day way of life. A balanced lifestyle is essential to retain this equilibrium within the family structure, work and social activities. The fitness industry has become an integral part of this process for a significant percentage of the …

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Why what you weigh may be a matter of control

Deciding that you should do something about your weight if you are overweight or underweight should be commended. The answer to the question of when you should take action is, as soon as possible.  If you are three or four pounds heavier than you should be, and have been for …

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Epilepsy Seizures Vitamin e

Epilepsy and the seizures that it causes can be one of the most terrifying disorders you can ever experience or witness. Although these seizures can easily come in varying degrees, any form they come in can be potentially dangerous. There are several conventional treatments for this disorder, but most all …

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Yogatta be Kidding me

I attempted to jump on the “Yoga Bandwagon” a few years ago, as I have had a tendency to do whenever I hear of a new method of relaxing exercise. I went to a class and realized that not only was I not going to go back to class, but …

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Exercise Daily Routine Healthy Lifestyle Wholesome Diet Fitness Workout Walk Wash the Dishes

A healthy lifestyle starts with a wholesome diet and needed exercise. Unfortunately, too many people have become accustomed to a lifestyle that promotes disease, rather than health. Too many don’t watch what they eat and get little to no exercise. The epidemic of cancer, heart disease and diabetes afflict millions …

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Dyspraxia

It is estimated that as many as 1 in 4 students have some form of undiagnosed Dyspraxia. In a class room of 30 students it can be reasonable to assume that 7 of those will display traits characteristic of the neurological disorder. Traditionally viewed as clumsy child syndrome, Dyspraxia is …

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Wrong Diagnosis by Doctors – No

I would love to think doctors can be fully trusted. However, 30 years’ treatment for a chronic condition proves otherwise. My most recent excursion to the hospital only reinforced this belief. With a fever inching toward 104 degrees F. and my regular doctor out of the office, I was pretty …

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