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Health Issues

Swollen blood vessels in my leg

Help! I Have Swollen Blood Vessels In My Leg

Swollen blood vessels in the legs can indicate a host of underlying health problems. In some mild cases, this condition may be a cosmetic issue. However, in some serious instances, bulging veins may mean a serious problem. You should seek medical attention once your veins start to swell on your legs and is accompanied by […]

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is this a symptom of eye strain

What Are The Symptoms Of Eye Strain – And What Can I Do About It?

Let’s establish first that although this condition is very unpleasant – eye strain doesn’t usually lead to any further eye damage, which is actually good news. What is eye strain, you say? Eye strain is, in fact, a group of symptoms that happen to certain people after they’ve been focusing with their eyes way more […]

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Why Your Headaches Should Never Be Ignored

Are You Experiencing Regular Headaches? Don’t Just Ignore Them

As you advance in age, your body changes and becomes frailer, and regular headaches can seem to be common. With the increased vulnerability, it is important that you pay close attention to any symptoms that may manifest. A symptom that a teenager can afford to ignore could have serious consequences in an aging adult. For […]

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Ouch – I Have Swollen Blood Vessels On My Nose

Telangiectasia is the medical term used to refer to spider veins or Swollen Blood Vessels, that appear on the face, including the nose. The widening of these veins and breaking of the capillaries occurs gradually and in a cluster. These veins are without a doubt uncomfortable and usually unattractive. Most individuals who have them prefer […]

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Why Does My Chest Hurt

Why Does My Chest Hurt When I Am Running?

You are running, slowly picking up the pace when a sharp pain, out of nowhere, makes your chest hurt. You stumble in pain and shock. Is it a heart attack, you ask yourself? You might want to know that chest pain is a common occurrence among runners. However, it is important to know when to […]

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Keep your eye on the bowel

What Is IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome

What Is Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is a common problem for many people. In fact, about one in every six people has some symptoms related to the syndrome. Unlike some diseases with specific causes and symptoms, irritable bowel syndrome is a collection of symptoms and no one knows the exact cause […]

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Symptoms of high blood pressure

What Are The Symptoms of High Blood Pressure? Are There Solutions?

As we all know, high blood pressure is one of the widest spread diseases of our time. So, what is high blood pressure, and why is it so dangerous? Blood pressure is the force of the blood on the blood vessel walls and the higher that pressure is – the harder the heart has to […]

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Help my tongue is fuzzy

Don’t Laugh, My Tongue is Furry, Why?

Ever had that uncomfortable feeling in your tongue, like your tongue is furry and was sprouting hair? It’s not a great feeling, quite frightening in fact. When your tongue never quite feels right, that’s when you start noticing every tiny movement of the tongue in your mouth. It needlessly sticks on the roof of the […]

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Why Am I Always Feeling Constipated

I Am Constantly Constipated, Whats The Problem?

Feeling constipated is actually one of the most common complaints in today’s day and age. This is probably because constipation can cause quite a lot of trouble to ones who suffer from it. This especially becomes a problem when constipation becomes a long-term chronic issue. What does that mean? The definition of chronic constipation is […]

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5 signs of being anemic

What Are The 5 Signs you Might Be Anemic

Being anemic is not the first thing we think of because we all sometimes feel fatigued, experience a shortness of breath, our skin becomes pale, or have to deal with headaches, and dizziness, from time to time. We usually think of these symptoms as being due to relatively minor issues which are treatable pretty quickly, […]

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A Woman’s Guide To Vaginal Bacterial Infection

A Woman’s Guide To Vaginal Bacterial Infection

A vaginal bacterial infection, also commonly called bacterial vaginosis, is an infection of the vagina that is caused by an overgrowth of bacteria. It is not a sexually transmitted disease, but an imbalance of bacteria that are already naturally present in large numbers in the vagina.

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bowel movoments

The Relationship Between Bowel Movements And Your Health

Millions of people experience changes in their bowel movements every day, and these changes are often a sign of underlying health problems. Okay, yes, this is a weird subject to be talking about for many people, and we get it. However, it’s very important to know what your bowel movements say about you and your […]

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What Are The Symptoms and Cures For Insomnia?

What Are The Symptoms and Cures For Insomnia?

Insomnia is defined as a sleep disorder in which a person might have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep and waking up too early. It usually includes tiredness during the day, concentration and memory problems and sometimes anxiety and depression. Insomnia can exist on its own as a disorder or it can be a symptom of […]

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What Does Your Urine Say About Your Health

What Does Your Urine Say About Your Health?

Urine. Urinating is a natural bodily function, that one does several times a day. But no one ever thinks about it unless there is a problem Have you ever wondered why your urine is a dark yellow sometimes? Wondering what’s causing it and whether you should be worried? Want to know what to do and […]

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Are You Getting Shorter

Are You Getting Shorter?

Getting shorter is something that affects almost everyone as they age, with people generally losing half an inch of height every 10 years after age 40. Osteoporosis is a huge taboo once you pass a certain age, but it really doesn’t have to be that way. Even though it is a serious, irreversible, medical condition, […]

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Stop-GMO-Products

Stop Using GMO Products and Reverse 28 Health Conditions

The research cited in the study points to three major ways GMO foods like corn, soy, alfalfa, and papaya can cause illness. First of all, the GMO transformation process is known to cause some side effects. The Bt toxin in cotton and corn plants is also considered dangerous, while the

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Digital Damage: Are You Being Affected?

Technology; ie., Digital Damage, can have a large impact on users’ mental and physical health. Being overly connected can cause psychological issues such as distraction, narcissism, expectation of instant gratification, and even depression

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Reduce Risks For Stroke Naturally

There are different ways to prevent a stroke depending on the type of stroke you are trying to prevent. Be aware that there are some things you can do that prevent a certain type of stroke but have the potential to worsen another type of stroke.

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40 Studies Saying GMOs are Bad for You

One would think that after recent WHO suggestions that the common worldwide pesticide used on the bulk of agriculture – glyphosate (or Roundup) is a “probable carcinogen,” that mandatory labeling would be immediately initiated. Is it hardly unreasonable to expect labeling on the foods that have been sprayed?

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