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Brown Vaginal Discharge

Having a brown vaginal discharge is very disturbing but it doesn’t always mean you’ve an issue or infection. You could have some normal discharge that didn’t get out in your menstrual cycle finally releasing or perhaps a small spotting form issues like starting and stopping birth control. You will find …

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Cost Recovery Addiction

There are several costs associated with recovering from addiction, they include: psychological, physiological, periphery and financial. Below we’ll address each of them as subsections. But first, a general disclaimer. The following is not meant to be discouraging to those dealing with the pressures and pangs of recovering from addiction. Rather, …

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How to Detect Vision Abnormalities in Children

In an adult, detecting vision abnormalities would not be a difficult task as they are able to accurately inform the clinician regarding their problem and how it evolved over time. But, in children, detection of vision abnormalities would either be an incidental finding when investigated for some other medical problem …

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Why you should Make Time for Breakfast if You’re trying to Lose Weight

When you’re trying to lose weight you can become so preoccupied with counting calories and reducing your calorie intake that you end up skipping meals. You convince yourself that, somehow, by skipping breakfast you will be able to save yourself a few extra calories. You forget how hungry you feel …

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Colours to Wear to Feel better

Wearing different colours to help lift your emotional mood is called colour therapy and it may work for you. For some it may seem like an impractical idea however it has helped many, one will never know if something works until they try it. When we look around, we see …

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Easy Tips on how to Lose Weight

Loosing weight isn’t always an easy task. Every time you start a new program it just doesn’t seem to work. Dieting sounds like such a bad term. You get hungry, you crave something, and counting calories is such a hassle. You try to lose the five pounds you just gained but …

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Improving Leg Strength

The methods presented here will “Walk You” the steps (pun intended) to improve your leg strength. Before starting these exercises, you must evaluate the condition of your knees and hips, and if in doubt consult with a sports medicine doctor and / or sports therapist before proceeding. Additionally, it is …

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Dangers of Compulsive Overeating

Overeating is an obsessive/compulsive disorder which involves fantasies about food and the habit of grazing between meals when the patient is not hungry and periods of eating frenzies called binge eating. Overeating has many dangers because the patient tends to gain weight. Unlike patients with Bulimia patients with obsessive/compulsive overeating …

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