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Retracted Eardrum – Everything You Need To Know

It can be all too easy to take good hearing for granted. Like good health in general, so long as we have it, we tend not to notice it is there. But when it is gone, we notice! The same holds true for our hearing. There are many reasons why we may hear more clearly […]

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Pistachio Allergy – Everything You Need to Know

For those suffering from, or caring for a loved one with a pistachio allergy, it can be a source of great anxiety. An allergy to pistachios can trigger severe reactions in some people, which is a frightening experience. Understanding what the allergy is, what to expect, and how to treat it, can help to alleviate […]

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Stomach Feels Tight – Why It Happens and What To Do About It?

According to Scientific American, the gut, or stomach, earns its reputation as the body’s “second brain” honestly.(1) The reason for this is simple: the human brain and the human stomach are always in contact with each other. Thanks to a complicated network of nerve cells (neurons), the brain and the gut are continually communicating via the […]

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Onion Allergy – Everything You Need To Know

There are many different food related allergies that people are familiar with. These allergies range from foods such as peanuts to various fruits and other fresh foods. An allergy that most people who do not deal with food related allergies on a daily basis do not think about is the onion allergy. This oversight is […]

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Bottom Lip Twitching

Bottom Lip Twitching – Why It Happens and How to Treat It?

The whole world can identify with the person that has a muscle twitch. Most everyone knows what a “charlie horse” or a muscle spasm is. Not all twitches are painful or can be seen by others. It depends on where they occur and whether clothing or body position hides the tic from others. On the […]

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Headache When Standing Up – Why It Happens?

If you have ever had a headache, you are in a widespread company. According to WebMD, headaches are the most common cause for pain among Americans today. (1) In fact, if you have a headache right now, you share your pain with approximately 19 other people – Harvard Medical School reports.(2) That’s right – every day, […]

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My Arms Feel Heavy and Weak, What Could Be a Cause of That?

Heaviness in the arms can be an unnerving and scary feeling. You might not realize that there is something wrong at first. Perhaps you simply felt tired or fatigued. Yet the feeling doesn’t seem to be going away. Luckily, there are treatments for this problem. You might not have cause to worry at all, or you […]

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Ear Hurts When I Swallow, What Could Be a Cause of That?

Having an earache is a very common health complaint in both, adults and children. In most cases it is nothing serious, but can have many possible root causes. It is usually caused by a minor infection, which will heal itself in a few days without treatment. The pain can become very sharp and severe when […]

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Causes of Clicking,Ticking,Tapping Sounds in Ears

There are times you may hear a clicking sound in your ears that starts and stops randomly. This might be a normal sound if it occurs for a very short period of time such as for a few seconds only once or twice. However, if this happens frequently, and it’s a painful clicking sound in your […]

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Aspirin Reduce Cancer Risk

How Aspirin Can Reduce Your Cancer Risk Significantly

A growing body of research indicates that aspirin may play a role in preventing certain types of cancer. One of the largest studies suggests that daily aspirin intake can reduce the risk of esophageal, colorectal, stomach and prostate cancers. The next question most people will ask is — should I take aspirin every day to […]

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