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Keep Your Mind Sharp and Active

AS PEOPLE get older, one of their greatest fears is the fear of losing their mental functions, a condition referred to as dementia. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia in older people, robbing them of their cognitive ability and making it harder for them to think, remember, and reason.

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Liquor’s Doable Effects on Your Duct Gland

It appears that liquor isn’t a disciple of your duct gland. a replacement study found that drinking only one live of spirits will increase the chance of acute rubor. The winners during this study are wine and brew, that seem to not have identical impact. within the interest of boosting health data and staying on high of the frequent alcohol-related health news, let’s dive in an exceedingly very little deeper.

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Diary of a Student Veterinary Nurse (SVN) Week Two

Week two of a two year series following my training to become a registered veterinary nurse.

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Diary of a Student Veterinary Nurse (SVN) Week One

Week one in a two year series following my training to become a Registered Veterinary Nurse.

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The Risks of Fatal Asthma

I’ve just read a rather alarming BBC article stating that the charity, Asthma UK, have stipulated that around two million people in the UK may be unaware that they are at risk of a potentially fatal attack of asthma.

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Guide to Improve Your Performance in Finals

People make a big fuss about finals. They’re not totally unjustified, it’s about 10 days of boring, frustrating, stressful test-taking and paper writing. But it doesn’t have to end in you pulling all of your hair out.

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What is a Late Life Crisis?

We so often hear that people are going through a “mid life crisis”. Maybe it’s due to a hormonal change or maybe it’s a mental issue … but it seems that more and more pensionable people are now finding themselves in a “late life crisis”.

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Botox Blues

It seems that people across the planet are hooked on Botox to make themselves look younger and in particular to eradicate frown lines and crows feet around their eyes, but, although the physical aspects of this treatment might seem great if you’re feeling down in the dumps about your looks, could it just be that, in fact, the treatment is making you depressed?

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Postpartum Depression is More Common Than You Think!

Every woman hopes to one day get a healthy baby, which she will be caring and loving mother. Unfortunately, postpartum depression affects about 13 percent of women.

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Can Male Sex Hormones Cure Breast Cancer?

I’m sure most humans these days fear cancer more than any other disease or illness and, as far as women are concerned, the most feared is breast cancer, but new research has discovered that some breast cancers may be cured by administering male hormones.

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