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How to Find out whether you were Exposed to Diethylstilbestrol Des

Diethylstilbestrol (DES) is a synthetic, synthetic form of female hormone, estrogen. It had been prescribed for women from 1938 to 1971 to help pregnant women who previously had miscarriages or premature deliveries. While there are a number of other names, “stilbestrol” and “DESPlex” are two of the names used. The …

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Emotional Management

To grow emotionally is to leave behind the limiting, self-defeating habits formed from an early age which in turn leads one to maturity. Life provides people with the necessary lessons for improving mind-set thus, enabling people to live in harmony with each other instead of living in constant discord. Maturity …

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Health Benefits of Corn

Corn also known as sweet corn or maize, is not only delicious but also stuffed with nutrients and high in fibre making it an excellent food choice. First cultivate by the Aztecs and Mayans who were the indigenous people of Central and South America, where it has been a dietary staple …

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Schizophrenia Bleuler Dementia Praecox

It is well known that when scientists, researchers or explorers encounter a new entity, place or condition they select carefully the new signifier’ that will henceforth come to represent the phenomenon. For example, the term malaria’ was chosen from the mediaeval Latin mal aria or bad air’ because it was …

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Why Swimming is Good Exercise for Overweight People

Swimming is one of the best all round exercises there is, and, if you’re overweight and looking to increase your physical activity, swimming is probably your best choice. When you swim, the water supports the weight of your body, so there’s none of the stress on the joints you could experience with …

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How to Lose Weight in a sensible way

Obesity has become a huge problem in this country, and even for those of us who may not be considered to be obese, it’s very easy to pack on two or three pounds of unwanted fat a year as we age. To lose unwanted pounds does not have to become …

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How to take a Temperature on a Child

As unfortunate as it may be, it’s a fact of life that babies fall ill from time to time. Outward signs such; as loss of appetite, lethargy, irritability, and fever, all signal that something is wrong. Unlike the days of old – when our parents used the antiquated technique, of …

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What can you do to help Remember your Dreams

Recalling Dreams. We’ve all been there, having woken up in the early hours of the morning, our hearts firmly lodged in our throats and a feeling of…what? Well that’s just it isn’t it? Once we are awake we generally forget the images and emotions that roused us. This is why …

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Tips for getting your Doctor to Listen

In today’s busy world, doctors only have so much time for each patient and it is difficult to get them to listen. There are various ways and methods to get a doctor to take the time to listen to a patients concerns. According to the Health website, there are three ways …

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Weight Loss for Life

Any serial dieter will be aware of the pitfalls of any form of dieting. The problem with dieting is the mindset it enforces on people and the subsequent change in eating and behavioural habits. Weight loss is not about dieting, the word itself has a negative effect on any person’s …

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