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Understanding and Dealing with Stress

Stress management is an ongoing process involving the identification of stress triggers, learning the coinciding stress symptoms that occur, and developing healthy coping skills to manage these symptoms. In other words, stress management involves learning our bodies reaction to stress and utilizing healthy coping skills to provide relief and manage …

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Sources of Vitamin d

Vitamin D is an example of fat soluble vitamins implying that it is easily absorbed by the body and stored in the fat tissue deposits among other areas. Unfortunately, as a natural compound, vitamin D exists in a small percentage of dietary sources. It is mostly absorbed by the body …

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What to do after a Tooth Extraction

After a tooth extraction, you may feel some discomfort depending on the complexity of the procedure used to remove your tooth. In most instances, taking an over-the-counter, anti-inflammatory drug, such as ibuprofen, will help you avoid a lot of pain. It is important to note that taking a pain-killer before …

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Weight Loss Website

There are plenty of websites on the Internet that can help you lose weight. There are websites that sell weight loss products, some sites that are interactive and can help you plan and follow a weight loss program (like a weight loss club, except online) and sites that offer plenty …

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Do Prescribed Drugs cause Disease

Statin drugs used for hypercholesterolemia are over prescribed and given in higher doses than what is necessary. They deplete Coq10 leading to fatigue, muscular weakness, and heart failure.Prescribed for millions, the blood work shows relatively low coq10 levels but in the elderly and those with heart disorders signs and symptoms …

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Quitting Smoking

You smoke cigarettes despite the known health risks: Heart disease, emphysema, vascular problems, cancer. Does this frighten you at all? Regardless of the threat of smoking-related diseases, millions of Americans are still puffing away on “cancer sticks.” According to the American Heart Association, 46.6 million Americans are smokers. Statistics and …

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Embarassment over Masturbation

One reason for non-admission is being equated to that of a pervert/sexual deviant/sex crime perpetrator. In this day and age, unfortunately sex crimes are on the rise. Or at the very least, there’s more awareness, disclosure and revelation than at any other time in modern history. We all know that, …

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