How to Prevent an Asthma Attack Naturally

Asthma attacks are a nightmare. The panic, fear, and struggle to regain normal breathing can make it seem like an eternity to get relief. Most medications and remedies are reactive “solutions”. Here are some preventative actions that can be taken that can give you confidence and control over asthma. 1. Optimize digestion Poor

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Benefits of Lasik Corrective Eye Surgery

LASIK surgery is the most sought after surgeries these days and is a preferred choice for hundreds of candidates who need a “no spectacles” life. Specks surely are not any added advantage on one’s face especially when a person aims for a career in flying and other government works. LASIK stands

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How To Stay Hungry As You Age

A Sociologist interviewed one of the famous Bushmen of the Kalahari. He enquired of the Bushman, ‘What makes a good hunter?’ ‘Is it what your father taught you, or ‘the deadly poison you use, or ‘the skills you have developed?’ The Bushman replied, ‘Hunger! Hunger makes a hunter.’ Many sports coaches, politicians, parents, teachers, and

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How To Find A Dental Veneer

Do you have any teeth that have broken or become chipped? Do you have any teeth that have deep cavities in them that need to be fixed? Sometimes the best fix for these kinds of problems is cosmetic dentistry. Tooth veneers have become very popular for people to use in this

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How Lupus Is Diagnosed

General Symptoms Present In Lupus Skin rashes are extremely common in people who are suffering from lupus. A "butterfly" rash can typically occur on the face, and it can be visually distressing for the person with lupus. It can also be exacerbated from sun exposure. A large majority of people with

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Living With Sickle Cell Disease

You can live a full, active life when you have sickle cell disease. You can take part in most of the same activities as other people. Making smart choices is important in keeping a minor illness from flaring into a crisis. Sickle cell disease (SCD) is an inherited disorder in which the

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How To Spot Alzheimers Early

Are you worried about your mental sharpness? Or maybe that of a loved one’s? Mild forgetfulness can be a normal part of aging. If you have trouble remembering someone's name but it comes to you later, that's not a serious memory problem. But if memory problems are seriously affecting your daily life,

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Management of Sinusitis

Sinusitis is the inflammation of the lining of the paranasal sinuses. It is one of the most common medical conditions, and in the United States it affects well over ten percent of the population annually. PREDISPOSING FACTORS • The common cold is the commonest viral infection in man. • Mechanical/Structural abnormalities e.g. deviated

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