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Month: July 2017

Do You Have a Difficult Decision to Make About the Long Term Care of a Parent or Grandparent?

July 31, 2017

The frustration in your mother’s voice when she calls is real. You know from experience, however, that the fact that your mother thinks that someone has been in her house and taken something is unfounded. To make sure that your mother’s home was safe, in fact, you have gotten in the habit of staying overnight […]

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Secret Signals You May Be Suffering From Depression and/or Anxiety

July 26, 2017

It is normal to have a lot of ups and downs in life; that is just a part of how our bodies and minds function. But, if you have been noticing a consistency in feeling down, upset, anxious, or nervous, there could be something else going on that needs your immediate attention. There is a […]

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Simple Solutions For Excessive Underarm Sweating

July 19, 2017

There are many reasons for excessive sweating including puberty, stress, choice of clothing, premenopause, or a genetic predisposition known as hyperhidrosis. Whichever the cause, excessive sweating often leads to reduced self-esteem and a sense of shame. Of those suffering from excessive sweating problems, more than 35% reported their sweating as being “intolerable” or┬ábarely┬átolerable. Additionally, their […]

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How Proton Therapy Targets Breast Cancer

July 19, 2017

Treating cancer is something scientists are hard at work figuring out. Early cancer treatments varied wildly in terms of positive results. A recent innovation known as proton therapy has helped to change the way cancer is treated. It’s wise to know more about proton therapy. Not everyone is aware of how beneficial proton therapy is […]

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How Proton Therapy Is Fighting Prostate Cancer

July 19, 2017

A cancer diagnosis is a frightening thing to face. Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in American men after skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society, and over a man’s lifetime, he has a 1 in 7 risk of developing it. The latest prostate cancer statistics from the American Cancer Society indicate […]

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Microwaveable Heated Back Wraps and Other Healthy Solutions to Relax for a Good Night’s Sleep

July 9, 2017

It appears that a large percentage of the United States’ population isn’t getting enough sleep every night. Recent figures show that roughly 60 million people in this country have some type of sleep disorder or otherwise experience a lack of sleep. In 1942, the average American would sleep nearly 8 hours a night. Current figures, […]

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Don’t Battle Weight Loss Alone, Try a Weight Loss Clinic For Assistance

July 5, 2017

The Calorie Control Council estimates that at any given time 54% of U.S. adults are trying to reduce their weight, with varying degrees of success. No matter the time or place, you’ll find people trying to lose weight, and some are trying to lose it fast. Unfortunately, 50% of Americans also say that they are […]

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