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Do Vitamins really help

Because people’s diets are so widely varied, and because there are so many types to choose from, it’s difficult to answer the questions regarding whether vitamins truly help people who take them. But there are some guidelines. The reason vitamins have grown so popular is because people sort of have …

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The Benefits of Antioxidants

What is Glutathione ? Glutathione is a protein that is naturally made in the human body and acts as an antioxidant and antitoxin. “Glutathione is a small protein composed of three amino acids: cysteine, glutamic acid and glycine. It is involved in detoxification of the liver and the body. Glutathione …

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Hoarding is a Treatable Mental Disorder

In 2013, hoarding was added to the latest edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, officially making hoarding a symptom of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Long before a loved one begins to have one or more houses filled with junk, signs of hoarding will …

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An Overview on Behavioral Optometry

Behavioural optometry is an area of optometry that aims to provide holistic treatment of visual problems. Of particular interest to behavioural optometrists are the deficits in visual skill in patients that can result in a variety of visual information processing problems and lead to symptoms such as eye strain, headaches, …

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Side Effects of Jenloga

Jenloga is a drug which doctors may use for the treatment of hypertension and some other conditions. Other conditions Jenloga may be used for include ADHD, growth delay in childhood, profuse sweating problems, and restless legs syndrome. Jenloga is an alpha agonist type of drug which means that it widens …

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Dietary Fat

Fats are commonly frowned upon in the modern diet when in fact key types are essential to healthy living, the aim is to identify between the good and bad varieties. Essential Fats the good fats Appropriately named, as the body cannot synthesise them of its own accord, and therefore essential …

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