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Causes of Bulimia

Bulimia is a mental illness based on the desperation to attain the “perfect image.” It is serious and can even be life threatening. According to the Mayo Clinic, a person with bulimia will vomit or exercise to an unhealthy level in an attempt to lose weight. They may criticize themselves for …

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Xeroderma Pigmentosum

Hereditary disease, trasmitted with recessive autosomical modality, the XP is characterized from extreme photosensivity that causes strict and premature damages to level of the cutis and of the eyes. Its incidence is of 1:250000 in Europe and USA, while in Japan the relationship is of 1:40000. XERODERMA PIGMENTOSUM The first …

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Side Effects of Epivir

Doctor’s prescribed Epivir to treat HIV. The purpose of Epivir is to stop the virus from multiplying in the body. The drug is also called a 3-TC nucleoside-type antiviral drug. It is important to note that taking Epivir will not cure HIV or AIDS virus, but attempts to stop cells …

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Coping with Adult Add

Most people would be surprised to learn that approximately 9 million American adults have been diagnosed with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Often thought of as a childhood disorder, 30-70% of kids with ADHD emerge into adulthood with continuing symptoms which can have disastrous effects on careers, relationships …

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Cheap Ways to Exercise

It does not require money or a gym membership to get fit and lose weight. Simply walking more during the day can be a great way to get fit without spending money. Taking the stairs, not always parking up front, or a quick walk around the block can make a …

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