Remedies for Arthritis Pain

Inflammation is the culprit behind a surprising number of diseases, including various forms of arthritis. Just about anything in your body can become inflamed. Most people still associate inflammation with joint pain and muscle injuries, but inflammation can crop up in your digestive system, your heart, and even in your […]

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Swollen Hands in the Morning

Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed, and may vary from person to person. Why are my hands swollen when I wake up in the morning? Arthritis is a common underlying cause of swollen hands and fingers in the morning. Having swollen hands or fingers in the morning can start your day […]

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Arthrogryposis

What is arthrogryposis? Arthrogryposis (arth-ro-grip-OH-sis) means a child is born with joint contractures. This means some of their joints don’t move much and may even be stuck in 1 position. Often the muscles around these joints are thin, weak, stiff or missing. Extra tissue may have formed around the joints, […]

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Fruits Vegetables & Mental Health

Fruits vegetables mental health, vegetables can boost your mood. It turns out the way you eat affects more than just your physical health. According to new research, eating lots of fruits and vegetables can boost your mood. In one study, researchers found that eating just one extra portion of fruits […]

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Toothache

What is a toothache? A toothache is pain that occurs in or around a tooth. The pain originates from within a tooth or the surrounding gum and bone structures. One usually feels toothache pain as a constant or intermittent ache that does not go away. Temperature changes, such as exposure […]

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E-Cigs Outperform

A major new study provides the strongest evidence yet that vaping can help smokers quit cigarettes, with e-cigarettes proving nearly twice as effective as nicotine gums and patches. The British research, published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine, could influence what doctors tell their patients and shape the […]

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Cure for Cancer?

A team of Israeli scientists believes a cure for cancer is within reach, even optimistically predicting that it will be found within a year. “We believe we will offer in a year’s time a complete cure for cancer,” Dan Aridor, of Accelerated Evolution Biotechnologies Ltd. (AEBi), told the Jerusalem Post. […]

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Woman Unable To Hear MEN

Woman is unable to hear the voices of MEN – including her own boyfriend – and can only pick up the higher frequency tones of other females The woman, from China, went to sleep with nausea and ringing in her ears The next day she went straight to hospital with […]

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Laughter Therapy

What Happens When We Laugh? We change physiologically when we laugh. We stretch muscles throughout our face and body, our pulse and blood pressure go up, and we breathe faster, sending more oxygen to our tissues. People who believe in the benefits of laughter say it can be like a […]

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A Broken Blood Vessel in Your Eye

Also known as a subconjunctival hemorrhage, a broken blood vessel in your eye is typically a harmless condition (although see below) that clears up within one to three weeks. The official name for a broken blood vessel in your eye is a subconjunctival (sub-kon-junk-TIH-vul) hemorrhage. Symptoms of this condition include: […]

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Expert Tips for Making Walking in Heels Less Painful

Some of us love wearing high heeled shoes, whenever we get a chance. Whether that be to the office, to a dinner, or a party, some find stilettos more appealing and are willing to suffer for the sake of fashion. Luckily, if you are one of these girls, follow our […]

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Getting a Good Night’s Sleep

Whether you have an anxiety disorder or you are merely worried about work in the morning, there are several reasons for missing out on a good night’s sleep. Insomnia is a fairly common problem among adults. There are medications designed to help us get to sleep, as well as lifestyle […]

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Gluten-Free Baking

If you’re interested in making gluten-free bread or other baked goods because you’re cooking for someone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, or you’re just looking to cut back on the carbs, you’ve probably faced the baking aisle with confusion. There are so many grain-free flours to choose from—what’s a […]

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Calories Burned at Rest

Believe it or not, most of the calories your body burns are burned at rest. This includes while you are sleeping, eating, sitting at your desk, sitting in front of the TV or engaging in any other sedentary behavior. That does not, of course, mean that doing more sedentary activities […]

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