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Side Effects of Maxalon

Maxalon is a drug used to treat nausea/vomiting associated with various illnesses and to prevent vomiting in cancer chemotherapy. In addition it is used to treat heart burn and gastritis. Its generic name is Metoclopramide and it is a central Dopamine receptor blocker (blocks dopamine receptors in chemoreceptor trigger zone). …

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How to Pull an Allnighter

Staying up all day following a sleepless night. Whether you were up all night finishing a college paper, studying for a final, finishing up work for a client, or just out all night partying; the fact is you now need to stay up all day. So what do you do? …

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Caregiver Benefits Caregivers in Ontario

“Caregivers provide care or assistance, either in their home, or in the recipient’s home, to a family member who has a physical or mental disability, is chronically ill, frail, or at the end of life,” according to Canadian Policy Research Networks. Some caregivers are paid, while others are not. Caregivers …

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Multiple Sclerosis Vitamins

Multiple sclerosis is still a very dangerous disease that can be debilitating, and to this date, still has no known cure. In fact, the actual cause is still not fully understood, but there are some very strong theories. There are however, several conventional treatments that can help with the attacks …

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Depression Antidepressants Psychology Managed Care Pills Prozac Effexor Paxil Ssri

Remember, if you think about taking antidepressants, you will have a lot of different professionals twisting your arm and they may be heavily biased towards putting you on them for life. But what kind of life is that? You have the decision whether or not to take antidepressants and for …

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Kettlebells Women

Kettlebells are becoming more and more popular in the United States. They have been around for a couple of hundred years in Russia and Eastern Europe, but have only really picked up steam stateside in the last few years (if you don’t know much about kettlebells, here is a brief …

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How Excessive Alcohol Consumption could Affect your Weight

Everyone will know or have heard that one or two drinks of alcohol a day can be good for your heart health, but what can it do to your weight? Whether it’s alcohol you drink or a soft drink, you have to count the calories just like with any other food if …

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Where to get Free Glucose Meters

Diabetes can have a financial price tag that is astronomical. In comparison to the cost of uncontrolled blood glucose levels and all the complications that can go with it, the financial cost is worth it. Any free supplies that a person with diabetes can find is advantageous to the pocket …

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Understanding the need for Private Space in Healthy Relationships

Private spaces in all relationships are imperative. We all need our private space, a time for creativity, winding down, our own hobbies, and just being grounded again. In a relationship there are three entities, husband, wife, and the relationship. All three have separate distinct needs. The recognition of this paradigm …

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A Guide to Preventing Infections when your White Blood Cell Count is Low

The major cause for concern when it comes to low white blood cell counts is the increased risk of infection involved. White blood cells are a vital part of your immune system. They are your body’s best defense against germs, disease and other foreign invaders. Therefore, when your white blood …

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