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The Hypothyroid Sourcebook

Hypothyroidism is one of the most common forms of thyroid disease. Myriad symptoms are attributed to this disease, including extreme fatigue, depression, headaches, chest pain, constipation, muscle spasms, weight gain, and more.

Written by an acclaimed health author afflicted with hypothyroidism, The Hypothyroid Sourcebook offers in-depth explanations of the thyroid and the disease. The book discusses the pros and cons of possible treatments and provides an extensiv… More >>

The Hypothyroid Sourcebook


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Osteopathy Successfully Treats Muscle PainSports aficionados know that muscle pain is par for the course. No matter how serious you are about your warm up, and how much care you take to cool down before completely stopping your exercise regimen, the fact that muscle pain is a companion of the professional and amateur athlete is a given.

Gym bags filled with pain relievers, muscle relaxants, creams, ointments, and other treatments attest to the need for help in this department.

At the root, muscle pain may be linked to movements that were out of the ordinary and overtaxed a muscle. Concurrently, the overuse of a particular muscle during an activity might result in muscle pain but also injuries.

Accidents, such as a misstep that throws off the entire body, will also result in muscle pain and sometimes even worse. With more and more professional sports organization keeping a very close eye on the substances their athletes are ingesting and applying to their bodies, you will not find many who are willing to just try any kind of pain reliever.

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Featured, Skin Care, Ailments »

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Recognizing and Understanding Genital HerpesHow can you tell someone has genital herpes? Do you look at the person? Ask yourself and look straight in the eye? Do not ask about their sex life? Well, my answer is no, maybe and perhaps.

It May be a good idea to ask someone if they are conscious of having genital herpes. The more sexual partners a person has had in their lives, the more they are likely to be infected with herpes. But these methods are totally inadequate. Did you know that the majority of people who have genital or oral herpes are not aware of it?

So how do you explain that? Simple, many oral or genital herpes only people infected have no symptoms of herpes, others have symptoms that are mild enough to confuse them with a rash or a mosquito bite or whatever this is causing May, redness, swelling, itching, burning and blisters, May and some not even know what the symptoms are herpes.

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Contagious Diseases, Headline »

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Super Bugs: Have We Created Exactly What We Fear?You can’t go through a checkout line in a grocery store or major discount chain without seeing them. There’s versions for kids, versions for your purse and keychain, decorative versions for around your house and of course all of the good ol’ household cleaning solutions.

Nowadays, if you have an aversion to germs, you can spray them, spritz them, gel them, scrub them, mist them, zap them and wipe them away – in 2 seconds flat, even! What is it with our apparent fascination with trying to create a germ-free world? (One word: marketing)

Did you know that there are now ‘condoms’ for the handles of exercise equipment at the gym? Or cutting-edge, pocket-sized germ zappers which use ultraviolet light? How about the vacuum with the germ-destroying light? There’s even a sorta cute little hot pink apparatus called “Go Girl” to let women pee standing up when they’re out and about so they don’t have to go near the public restrooms! (Makes ya wonder exactly WHERE they will use this, but, you get the idea)

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Nervous System »

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Learning About NeurosarcoidosisSarcoidosis is an inflammation of the tissues of the body that usually affects the lungs, but can affect other areas of the body as well.

Neurosarcoidosis takes place when there is a complication with the condition sarcoidosis. This condition can affect the nervous system. With this complication of sarcoidosis one will have a facial weakness.

This happens because the cranial nerve VII is involved. This condition can also further complicate the body and will often strike the nerves in the eye, the nerves that are responsible for your taste, your ability to smell, and your hearing.

Furthermore, the hypothalamus, a part of the brain can also become involved. This part of the brain controls some of your body’s functions, for instance, your response to stress, your body temperature, and/or your sleep.

Other symptoms of neurosarcoidosis are a loss of your senses, and/or weakening of the muscles. This is due to the involvement of the peripheral nerves. Some that develop neurosarcoidosis may experience becoming permanently disabled or even death. The most common person that is stricken is a person who is black and in the 25- to 50-year-old age group.

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Detox, Immunity, Infection, Featured »

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Detoxification Dangers Ten Things To Watch Out ForYou might not think this is important, but in today’s day and age everything around us contains harmful chemicals and pollutants. It has never been more important to detoxify our bodies to keep them healthy.

It is said that by removing and eliminating the toxins within the body, it can help protect from disease and boost health. The process of detoxification concentrates on our internal organs, especially those that detoxify our bodies – the liver and colon in particular.

1. What Is Detoxification?

This term relates to the removal of toxins in the body, such as drugs or alcohol. Detoxification treatments range from consuming special foods like brown rice and organic fruits and vegetables to herbal cleansing mixtures, to colonic irrigation.

As with any medical program, a doctor should be consulted before starting. In addition, there are some precautions to take before undergoing a diet detoxification. There are side affects and certain groups of people should not use detoxification programs at all. The following are ten things to watch for when detoxifying your body and a list of those who should not detoxification at all.

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Respiratory Conditions »

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Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4 A DisordersAutism is an epidemic: It has spiked 1,500 percent in the last twenty years. ADHD, asthma and allergies have also skyrocketed over the same time period. One of these conditions now strikes one in every three children in America. But there is hope.

Leading medical innovator Kenneth Bock, M.D., has helped change the lives of more than a thousand children, and in this important book, with a comprehensive program that targets all four of the 4-A disorders, he offers hel… More >>

Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies: The Groundbreaking Program for the 4-A Disorders


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Nervous System »

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An explanation of the most common causes of sciatica.


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Headline, Health Videos, Health and Vitality »

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Dr. Todd Ferguson lists ways you can treat hypothyroid with natural ways.


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