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Four Jobs That Can Be Adverse to Your Health

If you ask folks what their highest priority in life is, outside of family, most of them would answer: “A good, steady job.”  Our careers take precedence in our lives for the simple fact that a job determines where and how you are going to fit into society.  A lousy …

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3 Self-care Habits to Boost Overall Well-being

Holistic Nutrition

You know that self-care is essential to your overall well-being, and yet is often pushed aside or postponed for other more pressing items on your daily to-do list. Whether you are putting out fires at the office or chasing little ones around the house, chances are that you often find …

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10 Ways to Avoid Chikungunya for Your Family

Sexual health

What is Chikungunya? Chikungunya is an infection state of human body, which is caused by the CHIKV or the chikungunya virus. The patient of chikungunya suffers from high fever and pain in the joints. These symptoms, however, may occur from two to twelve days from when the infection takes place …

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Things You Can Do To Avoid Medication Mistakes

Dentists

Going to the doctor when you have an ailment can help you get the treatment you need. Often times, the treatments a doctor provides will include new medications. Recent studies show that 7 in 10 Americans take prescription drugs. Before taking a new medication, you need to do your homework …

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Tay-Sachs Testing – What You Need to Know

Tay-Sachs Testing – What You Need to Know Tay-Sachs disease is a rare, neurodegenerative disorder in which the body does not produce necessary amounts of an enzyme (hexosaminidase-A) that helps to break down a naturally occurring fatty substances in the brain (called gangliosides). Without hexosaminidase-A, the brain continues to produce …

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The Best and Most Proper Way of Caring for Your Joints

The joints in your body can be likened to the treads on a vehicle’s tires – they wear away after some time, particularly as you get older. The cartilage which serves to cushion and support the joints can break down, especially if you have osteoarthritis, and without the ‘padding’ the …

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