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Spirulina Miracle Food Chlorophyll Phycocyanin Porphyrin

Is Spirulina the future miracle food that can possibly provide amazing amounts of protein, or was it the miracle food that was known as manna in the Bible? Could it possible that it is the same and we are just now discovering its many wonderful benefits. While the protein, vitamin, …

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UTI Treatment

Urinary tract infections, commonly referred to as UTI’s, are one of the most common conditions encountered by millions of people every day. They are usually caused b bacteria entering the urethra and making their way into the bladder of kidneys. However despite the fact that they are very common, most …

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Cyclists Diet

If you ride seriously, eat seriously. I am not a dietician and all recommendations are just my recommendations. Of course you should use your own judgement and consult your physician with any concerns you have. It has often been repeated that “variety is the spice of life.” I agree. I …

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Why do you need Folic Acid

Folic acid benefits our health in more ways than we realize. In this article, I’d like to tell you what I have learned about this vitally important vitamin. Folic acid, in case you don’t already know it, is Vitamin B9. Folic acid helps our metabolism along with keeping us healthy …

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The best Music to help you Sleep

Music can prove to be the relaxing uplift that you need following a busy and stressful day that often comes with the modern working world. Music has many soothing and calming benefits to any individual that listens to it and that fact applies to every individual regardless of what genre …

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Tamoxifenadjuvant Therapybreast Canceranticancerendometriumestrogenicagonisticraloxifeneserm

Tamoxifen adjuvant therapy is the strongest breast cancer chemopreventive agent. It is used for pre or postmenopausal women with large tumors expressing estrogen receptors whose nodes are positive or negative along with poor prognostic features. According to a study conducted by C.B.Fisher et al.,the use of selective estrogen receptor modifiers …

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Infant Vaccination Schedule how to Administer Dtap

What is DTaP vaccine? DTaP is a combination vaccine which contains vaccine elements pertaining to the prevention of three diseases namely Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertusis. All these diseases have prevailed at a higher frequency before the introduction of DTaP vaccine and had drastically gone down to a handful of cases …

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What is Bornholm Disease

Bornholm disease or epidemic pleurodynia is a viral infection of the striated intercostal muscles. Caused by an enterovirus, the condition is a rare manifestation of an infection with a common virus. The name Bornholm disease derives from cases described by Dr. Sylvest in the 1930’s, which occurred on the Danish …

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Vitamins for Pregnant Women

Nutrition is essential duing pregnancy for both the mother and the baby. The effect of malnutrition on the mother may be causing osteomalacia and decrease her body resistance and tetany. On the foetus(baby) the effects are more dangerous and depend on the stage of pregnancy. Malnutrition can cause abortion in …

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What causes and how are Breast Hematomas Treated

Although Hematomas can involve any body part, they are likely to affect the breast due to the gullible nature of breast tissue. What the heck is a Hematoma? Well, it is when clotted blood collects bellow the skin resulting from trauma. Most women will confuse a Hematoma with a tumor …

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