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How To Stop-smoking With Nicotine Gum by Stacey Chillemi
Nicotine gum has helped many people become cigarette-free. You can purchase nicotine gum in your local drugstore and is used as a substitute for cravi...
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How to survive a heart attack alone. by Phyllis Slater
This is not my own article but one that I share with my aging clients. Most live alone in an independent living facility. These facilities do not ha...
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How to Talk to Sick People by Elaine Carey
Do you know someone with a chronic illness? Want to cheer them up? Here are some things to say and do--and a few phrases to avoid at all cost!...
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How to Tell if You're Emotional Eating by Carol Cottrill
Are you emotional eating? This article will tell you how to stop yourself before it's too late. ...
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How to treat water retention by Denise Murphy
How to treat water retention is not easy if you don't know the cause of the problem. Drug interaction, diuretics, salt and health conditions can all ...
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How to UnBreak Your Health by Alan E. Smith: Book Review by Irene Watson
Author Alan Smith through his book "How to UnBreak Your Health," shares a guide to discover how your body, mind, and energy/spirit can work together t...
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How to Use the Derma Roller to Eliminate Stretch Marks, Scars and Wrinkles by Sarah Catherine
The DermaRoller is an innovative new skincare tool that really can reduce the size and severity of your stretch marks, wrinkles or scars....
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How Twitter Can Help Your Health Awareness Event by Lisa Copen
Millions of people use Twitter each day and it can be a useful tool in spreading the word about a health cause you care about. Here are some specific ...
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How Walking Can Help Increase Your Creativity by Ryan Dressler
Creativity and ideas can be at a loss for writers and many other occupations and professions. Walking can be a great assistance to writers in many asp...
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Human Papilloma Virus (Vaginal Genital Warts) by Sammie Ward
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) is considered the most common sexually transmitted disease in the United States...
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Human Pheromones as Sex Attractants and Aphrodisiacs by Ravi Puri
Human Pheromones are being sold via Internet as sex attractants and aphrodisiacs. This article is discussing the myth and realty of these pheromones....
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Humanizing Madness by Niall McLaren: Book Review by Irene Watson
As anyone who has ever taken even the most basic, entry-level psychiatry course knows, the field of psychiatry is characterized by several contrary th...
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Humanizing Psychiatry by Niall McLaren: Book Review by Irene Watson
Does Psychiatry have a future? Assailed from many directions, under constant attack for its reliance on "a drug for all problems" and increa...
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Huttig receives Cancer Society Award by Jan Richards
Award for cancer for helping patients....
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Hypervigilance and your Health by Michelle Perin
Law enforcement officers lives are a wild ride. But, how do you keep the rollercoaster of fear/boredom from stressing you out? ...
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Hypoparathyroidism -- A Rare Disorder and the People it Hurts by Phyllis Jean Green
The article you are about to read is based on personal observation and gleanings from medical books and The National Organization for Rare Disorders [...
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I am a Lupus Patient! by Lew Duffey
I cannot really tell you what it felt like when I learned this fact. In a way, it was a kind of relief. For more than twenty years I thought I was ...
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I Am ONE More by Barbara Silliman
"I Am ONE More - - -I am one more American who will think for myself and refuse to give the Gardasil Vaccine to my children!"...
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I Am Your Addiction by Jonathan S. French by Christy French
This was written by my beautiful son, Jonathan, who has struggled with this demon for so long and has found the strength to fight. I think it's very ...
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I Can Still Do Something by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I have learned to pace myself better, but I am still able to have a life, a fullfilling life......
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I Can't Remember and I Don't Know Where I'm Going by Bernie Siegel
I would like to reveal to you the advantages of footsteps and amnesia. Let me begin with footsteps. I am sure most of you are aware of the story about...
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I Feel Like My Old Self Again—The Mystery of Menopause by Niki Collins-Queen
What every woman should know about Hormone Replacement Therapy HRT and natural hormones. (Published in Atlanta's Oracle20-20- August 2001)...
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I Hate Yoga by Seann Vinyasa-Billson
I Hate Yoga poses an intriguing question: How is it possible to become so disenchanted with an age-old activity that historically offers so much heali...
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I Just Remembered, I Forgot by Patrick Kennedy
From my new book: Being a Senior Citizen. I know I’ve heard the old adage of ‘use it or lose it’ applied to a lot of things. And you may laugh, but I ...
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I Need Your Help! by Manny Bermas
To spread the word that eating healthy and having 30 minutes exercise at least three times a week is not enough. ...
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I Remember by Hayley Juhl
Depression is a disease -- and there's help....
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I Survived Hospice! Wear that tee shirt proudly! by Jane St Clair
200,000 survive hospice every year: what if they were offered assisted suicide? ...
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I want a little respect. by Patrick Schnerch
Mental illness and addiction issues are overlooked by today's society. Ignorance causes dicrimination and stigmatisim. We are human beings with feeli...
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I'm Going on the Warpath by Virginia Tolles
I had not planned to use this site for pleading causes. I’m making an exception, for this is an issue that has rankled with me for a very long time. A...
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IBC-Inflammatory Breast Cancer by Staci Gansky-Wagner
Please be aware of a deadly disease that is not easily detected. ...
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Ideal Body Weight: 13 Tips by Jaycee Fox
So how do we get to our ideal body weight? I'd written a prior article questioning how much we should weigh and shared three critical keys....
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Identify Your Deficiencies with this Test by Angela LaMor
A twenty question test to help you to identify any vitamin or mineral deficiencies you may have...
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If you're a dialysis patient, anger can kill you by Darlene Caban
How anger can complicate dialysis treatments...
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Illness and Anger: 3 Steps to Avoid the Spiritual Pitfalls by Lisa Copen
It's normal to feel moments of anger when you live with a chronic illness. It's when the anger stage turns into a lifestyle that one needs to consider...
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Illness and Healing are Just a Thought Away by Roy Klienwachter
The opportunities for illness are all around us, twenty four hours a day. So why isn't everyone sick all the time, why do some people never get sick?...
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Immense value of tracking by Daniel Swift
If there was one essential skill I would want everyone looking to take weight off, improve their health and keep that success for life to have is the ...
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Impaired by Chronic Laziness & Constant Drowsiness by Nalisa Miharbi
lazy & drowsy...
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Importance by Dr. Sergey Sorin, MD
Here is an interesting practice. Look at every person you encounter today and picture it as their last day of life. ...
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Improve Every Year! by Claire Power Murphy, HonDL
The Power of Advanced Nutrition!...
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Improving Patient Health Care Through Technology by Coleen Maddy
As part of the 2014 Certified EHR Technology, Indian Health Services is creating a personal health record (PHR) that will allow patients to access the...
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improving your eyes with these tricks picked up along the way by Tuchy (Carl) Palmieri
eye health tips and tricks that I have gathered and used over the years. i have found many of these tips , especially eye exercises have helped me ret...
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in today's email 04122007 by Paul Nipperess BMin
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In today's email. by Paul Nipperess BMin
So you you dont give a rat's ....., eh?? ...
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Incredible Hens and Nutritious Eggs! by Dilip Dahanukar
The hen that gives us the egg for our breakfast is such a wonderful gift of nature! She scores both on quality and quantity. There is no other bird th...
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Independent Bookstores Feed the Soul by Kathleen Rowland
Browsing in bookstores for mental health--a romantic's field guide to independent bookstores in Southern Orange County, California...
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Indian Gurus And Unsafe Yoga Practice by Subodh Gupta
In India where the yoga system was originated, it was not practiced on mass level until couple of years ago. Recently with the help of TV channel...
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Industry-funded Medical Research Disputes Grow by Joseph Juliano MD
. Remember Vioxx? Remember Actonel? ...
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Inexpensive Pain Relief for Feet & Legs by Manny Bermas
If you spend your working hours on your feet, please check this information. I did and found relief two years ago. I have been using this Insoles for...
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Inform Yourself by Carmen Ruggero
With this article, I am hoping to prevent others from going through the same ordeal. It also explains my frequent absences from the den....
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