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Finding Alzheimer's: A Potential Breakthrough

Finding Alzheimer’s: A Potential Breakthrough

Dementia is a serious problem in the elderly population; an estimated fourteen percent of people older than 70 have some form of...
My Dad’s Death Made Me Mourn My Own

My Dad’s Death Made Me Mourn My Own

It's not an easy topic to talk about, but more awareness is needed concerning Huntington's disease. Like ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), it's...
Even Condoms Can’t Protect You from These STIs, According To Experts

Even Condoms Can’t Protect You from These STIs, According To Experts

 Everyone knows the important roles condoms play when it comes to safe sex. Nevertheless,...

Dan Mason Gives Three Reasons Why the 12-Step Process Might Not Be Your Best...

Dan Mason Gives Three Reasons Why the 12-Step Process Might Not Be Your Best Rehab Option For those who suffer from the disease of addiction,...
The Many Uses of Aloe Vera.

The Many Uses of Aloe Vera

Plants can have many beneficial uses in numerous capacities and Aloe Vera is definitely one of these plants. Whether you grow your...
Top 8 Causes of Hair Loss in both Men and Women

Top 8 Causes of Hair Loss in both Men and Women

The problem of losing hair is commonly known as alopecia which affects both women and men. Hair loss can occur when you...

How to Find a Good Doctor on the Internet

When you’re sick you obviously have to visit a nearby doctor and get proper medications. But how do you know that the...

How Can Physiotherapy Help With Stroke?

Suffering a stroke adversely affects your mobility. The stroke makes it difficult if not impossible for the affected person to move limbs...

The Truth About Why We Haven’t Cured Cancer Yet

Why isn't there a cure for cancer yet? This is a question that is one many people's minds, particularly if cancer has...

10 Complaints Relationship Therapists Hear Everyday

10 Complaints Relation Therapists Hear Everyday Relation-therapists are used to hearing about the issues that many couples have with their private-life. For some people, this...

What Every Woman Should Know About Chlamydia

Chlamydia is an STD no one really wants to contract, but 2.2 million US citizens ages 14-39 are currently infected with the disease and...

Herpes is a Relationship Killer: How to Avoid It?

Herpes is a Relationship Killer: How to Avoid It?Many people are embarrassed to talk about herpes. However, it is fairly common and it is...

What Happens to Your Waistline When You Drink a Glass of Red Wine Before...

What Happens to Your Waistline When You Drink a Glass of Red Wine Before Bed? Not all drinks and beverages are bad for you, of...

Common Symptoms for Each Stage of HIV

Common Symptoms for Each Stage of HIV If You See These 9 Symptoms, Do An HIV Test ImmediatelyThere are several stages of HIV. Each stage...

5 Foods That Cause Hormonal Imbalance

Stop Drinking THIS Popular Beverage Because It Interferes with Your Hormones! 5 Foods That Cause Hormonal ImbalanceHormonal disturbances are relatively common in these modern times,...

This Is The Hormone That Makes You Age Gracefully

This Is The Hormone That Makes You Age Gracefully Aging is a natural process, or so they say. But the deficits that occur in the...

Double hand transplant for a life lesson to all

Lindsay Ess is a Texas fashion graduate and double hand transplant patient, who lost her hands and legs, when a blockage in her small...

Monsanto: An Evil Empire

Monsanto: An Evil EmpireIt's a strong accusation, so we will review the facts: Monsanto was started in 1901 to manufacture an artificial sweetener called saccharin,...

Book of The Month- December 2018

The End of Alzheimer's: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse Cognitive Decline

Is it Possible to Fight Against your Personality?

Personality Types: Can We Mold and Shape Ourselves in Today's Society? I have ever found yourself in a public setting, one thing...

5 Ways Arguing Can Be Good For Your Relationship

5 Ways Arguing Can Be Good For Your RelationshipArguing in a relationship seems to bring a negative stereotype when we think about it but...