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Health Care Reform and Lobbyist

Since 1990 and projected into 2010, Democrats and Republicans have received in contributions from the health caresector a total of 829.9 million dollars. The Republicans receive 111.1 million more than they receive the Democrats (according to Diagnosis: Reform, Capital eye blog at opensecrets.org). Republicans avg. 23 million per year while …

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Remove Plantar Foot Warts Naturally really Works

How to Get Rid Of Plantar (Foot) Warts Naturally Warts. NASTY little things. There are many different kinds of warts including warts on your face, hands, and feet. If you have a foot (Plantar) wart, this is the article for you on how to treat it fast and naturally. Warts …

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How to Identify Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is a topic that is very dear to my heart as I have just recently lost my wonderful 80 year old mother to this terrible disease. She fought it for over 2 years, but lost her battle in the end. The best chances for successful treatment and survival …

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Attitude about Weight

One of the greatest influences on a child’s life comes from their parents.  There are many areas in which mothers specifically can influence their daughters, and one of those areas includes the daughters weight.  The attitude that the daughter has towards her weight can be greatly affected by the actions …

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Best Anti Allergy Drugs

Allergies are a common problem seen in the primary care setting. In addition, sometimes allergies can become life threatening. However, they can be treated effectively with drugs.    How allergies are caused? People get allergic reactions when they are exposed to allergens. Allergens are substances that cause abnormal secretion of histamines …

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Tracking Hunger with an Online Tool

Listening to when you are hungry is the key to curbing snacking habits and learning when those cravings are creeping up. Keeping a note of when you feel hungry during the day will give you a visual record to refer too and clearly see patterns occurring. Tracking hunger using an …

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How to Avoid Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a very real issue today in many western countries. Increasingly it is also becoming a feature of poorer countries around the world. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimated that in 2007 there were 22 million children who were overweight or obese in the world, and the majority …

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Cancer Treatment most Common Side Effects of Chemotherapy

For a cancer patient, one of the commonly used treatment modalities would be the use of medications. Using such drugs which potentially acts on the rapidly dividing cancer cells would be termed as the use of ‘chemotherapy’. From its early days, chemotherapy has developed with time to become more specific …

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Asthma in Pregnancy Avoiding Complications Complications of Asthma in Pregnancy Asthma

‘Asthma in pregnancy’ sounds quiet scary and dreadful. Now if you add the possible side effects of medicines to this matrix, it begins to feel dreadful. Actually, it is quiet manageable, and the knowledge that most ladies who face this daunting task are able to get through it unhurt should …

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Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia

Living with Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia My hands are sweating. My whole body is shaking. I am dizzy, short of breath and nauseous. My chest hurts, feels like a heart attack. Is it? I don’t know. I can’t feel my hands. I can’t think. My pulse is almost 200. Should …

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