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Why a Carefree Approach to Life could Make Weight Control more Challenging

If you want to control your weight, rather than gaining weight over the years so that eventually you find yourself significantly heavier than is healthy for you, you actually have to give some consideration to your diet and the amount of exercise you do. However, if you’re the kind of …

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New Treatments for People with Diabetes

During the year 2010, there have been some significant advances in how diabetes can be treated, whether it is for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Doctor’s now have a lot of options which they may choose from when treating a person with either type of diabetes. There …

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Childhood Obesity and what can be done to Prevent it

Surveys conducted by NHANES indicated that child and teen obesity is a problem in the United States. According to the CDC’s 2007 report on obesity, children 2-5 years of age have increased to 13.9%, those 6-11 years of age increased to 18.8% and ages 12-19 years increased to 17.4%. These …

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Why People Struggle to Stick with an Exercise Program

The commitment and energy needed to motivate yourself through a long-term exercise program is not easy to come by. Many people launch a program with great enthusiasm only to find themselves struggling in a relatively short amount of time. This struggle is not so much generated from an inability to …

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Article Title the Impact of Rapid Weight Loss on your Body

With over 60 percent of Americans tipping the scales well over their recommended BMI (Body Mass Index), it’s no wonder that people are boarding the personal fitness bandwagon at lightning speed. Even though this push toward better health should be shrouded in nothing but good news, unfortunately there is a …

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Us Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Microbiology Labs

A particular strain of Salmonella, Salmonella Typhimurium has been linked to two outbreaks in the United States. One outbreak affected over 73 people in 35 states who were sickened between last August and March 2011. Most of the affected were either students or employees who worked with Salmonella at laboratories. …

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How to Eat Healthy when Dining out

Even though you eat healthy at home, sometimes it gets tricky eating out at restaurants. Let’s start with some basics on eating out. By now, you probably know to avoid consuming too many carbohydrates and hydrogenated foods; they will slow you down and give you nothing but heartache. Some things …

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Lung Metastasis Explained

LUNG METASTASIS is a CANCER tissue that has spread to lung from another part of the body, where it originally developed. AN INTRODUCTION TO METASTASIS : SPREADING OF CANCER IN THE BODY METASTASIS refers to spread of cancer from the place it originated to a new place within the body. …

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Side Effects of Acetadote

What is Acetadote? Acetadote is a brand of drug which contains the active ingredient Acetylcysteine and is used as an antedote (and thus the name) for overdosing following ingestions of Acetaminophen. Thus, Acetadote will protect the liver from acetaminophen but in order for it to be effective; Acetadote should ideally …

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a Growing Medical Misdiagnosis

My brother in law had chronic fatigue syndrome, it took the doctors two months to figure out what was the matter with him and still there is no known cure of this disease. Controversy is high over whether this is a real disease or just a ailment made up by …

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