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Coping with Hay Fever Hay Fever Symptoms how to Manage Hay Fever

Hay fever isn’t named “fever” for nothing. We’re not talking runny nose here. Allergies are sometimes crazy to deal with, I know. That itchy eyes, running nose, general not-feeling-like-going-out feeling isn’t what I’m talking about. I’m talking about, get away from me, because I’m about to claw my head off. …

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Side Effects of Diclofenac

Diclofenac, also known by such brand names as Voltaren and Voltarol, is a prescription anti-inflammatory medication. According to the Mayo Clinic, diclofenac is most frequently prescribed to treat rheumatoid arthritis as well as ankylosing spondylitis and migraine attacks. Common side effects of diclofenac or Voltaren include bloating, gassiness, and ringing …

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Acupresssure Weight Loss

You can control your appetite and weight with acupressure. With acupressure you can release the chi blocks and return your body to it’s normal healthy functioning. These acupressure points and routines are used to control the appetite and regulate metabolism. Massaging and pressing these acupressure points for weight control will …

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Exersice Dvds from Biggest Loser

When you think about going to the gym to workout, you may immediately be filled with dread.  Right now you want to be fit and much healthier, but you don’t want to look like a complete novice in a room full of people that you have never met before.  Thanks …

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Indian Spice Turmeric Fights Strokes

Health advocates have known for years that the Indian curry spice turmeric has strong anti-inflammatory properties and is beneficial to the circulatory system and is a natural liver detoxifier. Now medical researchers are confirming that one of the compounds in it has been shown to aid those that have suffered …

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Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic or long term, disease that affects skin cells. This occurs by cells building up quickly on skin surface. The result is red patches that are dry and itch. Psoriasis can be irritating and in some cases, disabling. Psoriasis is not always constant and may disappear for …

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Bottled Water Tap Water Municipal Supply Fluoride Ccp Haccp Ccpp Calcium Water

Bottled water is such a generic term. There are so many different kinds of bottled water. Some will be municipal supply water put through reverse osmosis or carbon filters or both. Some will be “spring” water. However, in Australia, at least, all need to adhere to the Trade Practices Act, …

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How you can get yourself Back into Shape

Unless you’re a professional sportsperson or happen to make a lot of money from your body, most people find that maintaining their fitness isn’t always at the top of their list of priorities. When you leave home to go to college, or you leave college to start a new job, …

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Pilates Safety

Pilates: Celebrities and infomercials swear by the timeless philosophy of German-born Joseph Pilates. According to the claims, the program will make you slimmer, stronger, and faster in a matter of weeks. However, is it possible for such a fantastic program to have adverse reactions on human bodies? Could it ever …

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Drug Information on Niaspan

Niaspan (generic name niacin or nicotinic acid) is a prescription medication which lowers LDL, or bad cholesterol, while increasing HDL, or good cholesterol.  It also lowers triglycerides. Niaspan is composed of niacin combined with vitamin B3, which is found in plants and animals. By lowering cholesterol, the risk of a …

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