Telling Partners about an Std

Discovering that you have an std can be devastating, humiliating and leave you with feelings of shame. Even if you always practiced safe sex, you still could develop a sexually transmitted disease. You do not need to have had multiple sex partners to get an STD, one time is enough. …

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Home Cures for Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoids happen when the veins inside the anus gets inflamed. Hemorrhoids can show inside or outside the anus. Outside hemorrhoids occur when the veins are so inflammed that they force their way outside the anus opening. They are painful and sometimes if they are bad enough will bleed. Anyone that has …

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Alzheimers Breakthroughs in Detection and Treatment

Alzheimer’s is a progressive neuordegenerative (effects brain function) disease, characterized by cognitive deterioration, which affects daily living, and loss of short – term memory. It is the most common type of dementia (Progressive brain dysfunction requiring eventually long term care.) in the elderly. Twenty-four million people today have dementia, and …

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How to Renew your Life with an Inflow of Positive Thoughts

Welcome to a new beginning! You are about to embark on a journey of renewal with the inflow of positive thoughts. Research studies indicate that positive thoughts can yield a strong influence on your life; they can also help you to cope with the increasing demands of a too-hectic and …

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Orally Transmitted Stds

When thinking about STDs (sexually transmitted diseases), people usually think of trips to the gynecologist or urologist for treatment and “protected” sexual intercourse.  What doesn’t often come to mind?  Dentists or oral surgeons finding lesions during routine exams or protection in the form of dental dams.  While sexually transmitted diseases are commonly …

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Alcoholic Drinking

As an alcoholic I find myself feeling that I abused alcohol when I first started drinking and I also abused it in the final few years of my drinking life. I attended college in Arizona and was a fraternity member which in the early sixties drinking was one of the …

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Spouse with Bipolar 2 Killed our Marriage

Many people stay with their spouses who have a diagnosis of bipolar II or manic depression, as some know the name. I am not one of those people; I tried far too long because I believed in the vows I took back in 1986. Had he took his medicines things …

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How the Weight Watchers Points Tracker can help you Make better Choices

It’s Friday night. You and your husband have a date at your favorite restaurant, and afterwards, you plan to go to a movie you’ve been dying to see. You have been looking forward to this special night out for weeks now. The menu is not exactly “diet friendly”, but you …

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What Precautions can be taken Preventing Periodontal Disease that Risk a Heart Attack

Periodontal (“Perio” refers to teeth 2) disease (Periodontitis / Gum Disease  1) occurs when bacteria infects the structures that hold teeth in place including the gums and bones. 3 Bacteria is pass-through in the mouth’s saliva, accumulates to form “plaque”. 1 “An estimated 80 percent of American adults currently have some form of the disease.” 3 Three of four …

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Is Mandatory Sterilization Ethically Justified – No

The real question is not whether forced sterilization is justifiable but whether it could ever be applied ethically and responsibly.  There are circumstances that make murder and theft justifiable and yet not socially acceptable. Most people have had enough of a brush with an unfit parent to agree that in …

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