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Diaphragm – an Important Birth Control Technique

Diaphragm is featured with shallow, dome-shaped cup which carries a flexible rim. The essential chemical of this instrument is silicone. This leads for successful measures of termination of pregnancy.

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Understanding Silicone Gel Breast Implants

Understanding Silicone Gel Breast Implants.

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Saline or Silicone Breast Implants – Your Choice

Saline or Silicone Breast Implants – Your Choice.

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E-cigarettes with FDA Regulations and Taxes?

What e-cigarettes are and why the FDA and federal government want to make money by punishing us for quitting smoking.

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Are Silicone Breast Implants Safe?

Are Silicone Breast Implants Safe?

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Introducing Google Smart Contact Lens

Google has developed a contact lens that’s built to measure glucose levels in tears using a tiny wireless chip.

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Side Effect of Botox Treatment

There are risks associated with any medical procedure. Botox is FDA approved and has been used successfully on over 11 million men and women. As is the case with any medical treatment, there is always the possibility adverse side effects, ranging from mild irritations to severe complications.

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Health News Alert: The Black Box That Could Save Your Life

This article has important medical information for consumers. Teresa Tran, a specialist pharmacist in the Express Scripts Neuroscience Therapeutic Resource Center, and her team of specialist pharmacists, help answer questions about black box warnings and other medication management issues for patients facing a wide range of diseases, such as depression, pain, Alzheimer’s and attention deficit disorder.

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The Perfect 10 for Your Heart: New Science Shows Combination of Omegas Supports Heart Health

There are a few key steps one can take to improve and maintain heart health and overall health, such as increasing the daily level of physical activity, quitting smoking, managing stress, and making better food choices. While dietary and other lifestyle changes are the cornerstone to improving cardiovascular health, appropriate nutritional support may also be beneficial, such as a quality omega fatty acid supplement.

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The Affordable Care Act Effect: How The Affordable Care Act Affects Medical Practices

The practice of medicine is highly revered in the U.S., and yet no other industry or career path has as much regulation or such widespread and public potential of litigation for malpractice. The days of the venerable country doctor are over, yet the public still holds that perception, while the reality is more controlled by Federal agencies, insurance companies, Congress, drug companies, attorneys, and technology.

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