From the monthly archives:

May 2010

Hepatitis C begins like the flu, one that you can’t quite get over. For some people, hep c symptoms develop slowly, or there may be no symptoms (especially the case with children–if you had Hepatitis C while you gave birth, make sure to have your baby tested). Symptoms, as they develop, vary from person to […]

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a condition that causes abdominal pain and irregular bowel movements. IBS is very common, affecting 20% of people, mostly women. Although irritable bowel syndrome isn’t serious–it doesn’t increase the chances of developing colon cancer, like inflammatory bowel disease does, nor does it damage your colon–it can aggravate hemorrhoids, and interfere with […]

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When cells oxidize, free radicals, which cause further oxidation, can be produced. Antioxidants stop free radicals from continuing oxidation, which can damage healthy cells. Scientists continue to study the benefits of using antioxidants to fight and prevent many diseases, including cancer, heart disease, and an array of diseases that affect the brain, which is particularly […]

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Whether the deaths from contaminated pet food still ring in your mind, or you’re looking for a natural solution to your pet’s digestive problems, there are many reasons to consider switching from expensive, preservative-laden, processed pet food to a simple meal you prepare at home that’s tailored to your pets needs and preferences. Wolves hunt […]

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When you begin to feel or show signs of stress, it’s really important that you take action immediately. Stress can negatively influence almost every ailment you can have: it can prolong a cold, worsen a headache, and if you have a more severe bacteria or virus, it can make your body a more fertile breeding […]

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