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Who Killed Heath Ledger?

Can our beloved Heath Ledgers death be at least one catalyst that will draw this devastating travesty to the public’s attention to demand more information?

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The Way to Prevent Cancer

Tips on how to Avoid Cancer.

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The Connection Concerning Most Cancers and Persistent Worry

The Connection İn between Cancer and Long-term Tension.

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A Personal Review of The New Cancer Treatment Medication, Olaparib

Always on the lookout for good news.

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Vision Loss or Total Vision Loss for Some People

Unfortunately there is no cure for Retinitis Pigmentosa. Treatment options are varied in their degrees of success. Recent research has shown that Vitamin A Palmitate often slows the progression of the disease in certain patients. Studies have also shown that a diet rich in omega-3 can slow the progression of Retinitis Pigmentosa. Wearing sunglasses to protect the retina from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet light can help protect the eyes from damage and preserve vision for a longer period of time. Again, these treatments do not cure the disease, only slow it’s rate of progression.

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What is Abnormality Part 6: Mood Disorders

Part six in my series about abnormality. Want to know more about mood disorders? Find that information here.

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Aspirin for Colon Cancer

A study reported in the New England Journal of Medicine seems to show that plain old aspirin might be the wonder drug for colon cancer with a gene mutation. About a sixth of all patients with colon cancer have the gene mutation. The survival rate was only studied for five years after diagnosis, but it’s a start.

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Passive Smoking is Second Hand Smoking

Passive smoking can adversely affect your heart no less than what active smoking can do.

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Migraine Headaches: Breakthrough

The common and most frequent advice given by a doctor is: "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning."

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This is Reason Why is Dental Hygiene for Women Even More Important

Women who keep their teeth and gums healthy have a lower risk of developing dementia. Specifically, the link between poor oral health and dementia was far more pronounced in women than in men. But for men is also better to keep them clean.

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