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By Sue Perbody Born in a country and culture where going to a psychiatrist meant that you’re “crazy”, I thought the same way. I thought that people who went to a psychiatrist were making stuff up and were just seeking attention. And that they didn’t want to do their chores and were makin...

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By Katy Siwirski Arthritis is best described as inflammation of one or more joints within the body. Symptoms include joint pain, stiffness, swelling, redness, and decreased range of motion. Arthritis can be easily confused with other types of illnesses. If you start experiencing these types of s...

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By Jane Rung Hope Chest a Breast Cancer Support Organization which empowers survivors. The goal of the organization is to provide a positive support group for Breast Cancer survivors. We offer a unique paddling program along with a distinct health and fitness program for breast cancer survivors ...

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By Shahneel Ahmed Arthritis refers to joint pain or joint disease. There are over 100 different types of arthritis, and it can affect people of all ages, sexes, and races. In the U.S. more than 50 million adults and 300,000 children are affected by the condition. In fact, according to the Arthrit...

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By Shahneel Ahmed Although there is no known cure for autism, there are treatment and educational approaches that can maximize one’s ability to function and support development and learning. Early intervention, such as during preschool years, can help an autistic child learn crucial social, co...

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By Tehniyet Azam According to Mayo Clinic, autism is defined as a serious developmental disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact. Autism spectrum disorder impacts the nervous system. Early recognition, as well as behavioral, educational, and family therapies may reduce sympt...

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By Diane Woolverton Maybe you have noticed the variety of advertisements in magazines, on television, and across the internet aimed at boosting your memory and focus, enhancing your energy, or even spicing up your sex drive. It is only a natural extension of the aging process to not have the stamina...

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By Katy Siwirski From early morning risers to late night prowlers, it can be agreed that once we finally decide to lay our heads down, we want to sleep. But did you know that the food you eat before bed can affect your ability to get a good night’s sleep? There’s nothing wrong with a nightti...

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By Jessica Mascle At one time in my life, my inability to fall asleep consumed my being. Every night would come and there I was wide awake, anxious, and even sometimes in panic. What was wrong with me? Why couldn’t my doctor figure this out for me? I prayed, I cried, I confided in anyone that woul...

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By Soda Kuczkowski How is your sleep? These are the four words that could potentially prevent more traffic accidents, help in deterring the onset of disease and improve the quality of life as we know it. Everyone can benefit from talking about the benefits of a good night’s sleep in our genera...

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