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Treating Depression Without Medications

24th August 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 Embracing DepressionDepression is a disorder that disrupts the lives of its victims and renders them incapable of enjoying life. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in ten American adults say that they feel ... Read >
Author: Ellen Dyson

Arthritis Symptoms, Types, Treatments

16th March 2012
Arthritis is a potentially debilitating disease from which millions of individuals around the world suffer. It is characterized by joint pain and inflammation, which is typically chronic in nature. The condition has a tendency to run in families, and alth... Read >
Author: Glen Greenbaum

Orthomolecular Treatment for Autism

07th March 2012
Autism is at epidemic levels, and it is on the rise. In the 1970s, around one in 2,000 children had autism. A recent study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed that one in 152 children now suffer with autism. Scientists ha... Read >
Author: Michael Locklear

Dangerous Side Effects of ADHD Medications

12th May 2010
This scared me to death: WARNING - Possible side effects of ADHD Medications. This may include: long-term effect on the developing brain with ADHD medication; heart-related problems; psychiatric problems, or potential for abuse. What if I told you that... Read >
Author: Wayne McDonald

Potential Playground Hazards

19th April 2010
Springtime is finally here, which for most of us means the snow has (hopefully) melted, flowers are in bloom, and schoolchildren across the country are ready to reclaim their playgrounds! Before school administrators open those doors to the fresh air and ... Read >
Author: Donna McMullin

Chlamydia: Get Tested Before Too Late

19th March 2010
Sexually Transmitted Disease or more commonly known as STD is an illness that is passed on to other people mainly thru sexual contact. They are extremely dangerous and not to mention embarrassing. One of these sexually transmitted diseases is Chlamydia. A... Read >
Author: Clarisse Andy

Can Obesity Lead to Diabetes Mellitus?

25th February 2010
Contemporary research have exposed constantly that there's a direct connection between heavy / obesity and the diagnosis of type Two diabetes mellitus, or non insulin dependent diabetes. Otherwise given the name being an adult onset diabetes, type II DM c... Read >
Author: Sandy Diaz

Pregnancy Statistics - What's Best after Your Tubal Ligation Procedure

23rd December 2009
Becoming pregnant again is the goal of many women after a tubal ligation procedure. What these women want to know is the pregnancy statistics associated with the available options to do so. With this information, these women can then decide which alternat... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Michigan Slip And Fall On Ice Lawsuits

10th December 2009
Michigan Winters can be a dangerous time not only on the roads, but also due to slip and falls on snow and ice. Injuries from slip and falls on ice can result in very serious injuries, including but not limited to, broken legs, broken arms, fractured hips... Read >
Author: LBuckfire

Overcoming Diabetes with 5 Easy Steps

21st October 2009
Many People would love to overcome diabetes, however many are at risk, including African-Americans, Hispanics, couch potatoes and people with high blood pressure.According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention there are nearly 24 million ... Read >
Author: terrysilver

Lactium From Milk May Help You Sleep Better At Night

26th November 2008
Anxiety responses were needed in previous years to trigger the nervous system into a series of chemical reactions that would initiate action. For our ancestors, this fight or flight impulse often meant the difference between death and survival for another... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How to Treat MRSA and Staph Infections

21st June 2008
Amid the growing concerns for this life-threatening condition, researchers discovery that MRSA cannot develop a resistance to Manuka Honey the way it has been able to with antibiotics. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a type of bac... Read >
Author: honeymark

Impact of Drugs on Society

31st May 2007
Drug addiction has become a very destructive element in our society. The widespread use of drugs such as LSD, heroin, cocaine, "angel dust," marijuana and a long list of others has contributed heavily to a debilitated society. The importation of illici... Read >
Author: Stephen Jhonson
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