• Weight Loss Stupidity

    by VinothChandar It’s Insanity Why is it that weight loss inspires ordinary, intelligent people to do such completely stupid things? Why? – I’ll tell you why, because when it comes to vanity – Good sense and reason take over and get replaced with crazy, insane and illogical attempts to claw one’s youth back, well after …

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  • Care of Dental Braces

    by Defence Images Although the new style of Invisalign braces are much less intrusive type of dental brace, it would not be true to say that they are the answer to all problems. A good invention, Invisalign braces fill a niche in the dental braces market, but only a small one, especially where the adult …

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  • Weight loss products

    by Christi Nielsen As there a probability in availability in many weight loss products and treatments in market very frequently fit and glow supplies products which are very cost effective and makes quick loss without any side effects. Surgical methods like Liposuction and Bariatric Surgery have become quite common these days for those who can …

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  • Cholesterol and Your Heart – Forbes

    A new study from Harvard, presented last week at the American Heart Association meetings in Chicago, looked at 18,000 people admitted to the hospital with heart disease and followed them for over 6 years. The study found that adding the cholesterol-lowering drug Zetia to the standard statin drug simvastatin (the combination drug is known as …

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  • How to Arrive at the Best Health Policies – New York Times

    When the 48-year-old man from Oregon didn’t have insurance, he felt he had no place to go but the emergency room. The man, who has diabetes, went to the emergency room often when he suffered from kidney stones. “Emergency rooms, from what I understand, they can never turn you away,” he said. “I mean, you …

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  • Pope Francis offers solidarity to people with autism – USA TODAY

    Paolo Lucariello, AP4:05 p.m. EST November 22, 2014 A child hugs her puppet at the end of an audience that Pope Francis held with health care workers and children with autism in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican on Nov. 22, 2014.(Photo: Gregorio Borgia, AP) VATICAN CITY (AP) – Pope Francis tenderly embraced children …

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  • Best Foods for Menopause – Care2.com

    Yes. Menopause Can Be Sexy! Menopause is the normal cycle of life where the menstrual cycles cease. It often begins around forty years after menarche. Menopause can be natural, premature (occurring before the age of forty) or surgically induced. It may occur quickly or take several years. Smoking cigarettes, illness, and genetic tendencies can bring …

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  • The 2 Things That Rarely Happen After A Medical Mistake

    If they make a mistake, will they let you know? Probably not, a survey finds. Corbishide caption itoggle caption Corbis If they make a mistake, will they let you know? Probably not, a survey finds. Corbis Patients who suffer injuries, infections or mistakes during medical care rarely get an acknowledgment or apology, researchers at the …

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  • Anxiety Can Lead to Depression, and Depression Repays the Favor – Huffington Post

    martin-dm via Getty Images Anxiety and depression often go hand in hand. Many people who have one will experience the other at some point. In fact, nearly one-half of those diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. When you miss work, sleep too much or feel sad most of the day nearly …

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  • In The Hospital, There’s No Such Thing As A Lesbian Knee

    Maria Fabrizio for NPR Maria Fabrizio for NPR When my partner Cheryl was dying from respiratory complications related to treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma, she was in so much physical distress she couldn’t bear to be touched. The only contact she could stand — one of the few ways I could share my love with her …

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