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Exercise to Improve Diabetic Nerve Pain

Anyone who has peripheral neuropathy or nerve pain knows it is serious business. Your doctor will help you with a pain management plan. Just like everything else, … 391 more words

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Night (And Days) Of the Living Detached

You, loyal reader, may have noticed a bit of a decrease in the output here at Paul’s Letters. I wish I could say that I have been out curing Ebola, taking the fight to ISIS, etc. 303 more words

Obama Shows Support For Presbyterian Hospital, Where Revenue Plummets

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Most assumed that Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas would suffer after treating the nation’s first diagnosed Ebola patient. 401 more words

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Wilko Johnson says he is "cured" of cancer


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Wilko Johnson has revealed that he has been ‘cured’ of his cancer.

The former Dr.Feelgood guitarist was diagnosed with terminal cancer of the pancreas in 2012 and refused to undergo chemotherapy treatment, instead deciding to make the most of his remaining time, calmly “accepting that I was going to die.” 192 more words

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Hair loss treatments promise plentiful locks

It truly is a mentally taxing encounter to observe your hair fall to the floor as you brush them or blow dries them. Plentiful hair or great hair is a sign of energy, beauty, good health and youth it is no wonder that people become ill of hair shed and opt for distinct methods to regain their hair. 409 more words

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Your hair loss could be readily solved

If you’re harassed with thinning hair or have a bare spot that appears to be growing, any amount of over the counter merchandises could possibly have attempted to regrow your own hair or to stop your baldness. 457 more words

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Does Your Age Matter in ADD Medications?

At what age can you start using ADD/ADHD medications?

None of these medications have a formal “indication” (i.e., approval by the FDA) for use in children under the age of 6 years. 503 more words

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