10 Easy Ways To Treat Hemorrhoids

The thought of getting hemorrhoids might be a little revolting to some. But don’t freak out; it won’t be the end of the world. Hemorrhoids are pretty easy to treat, depending on their severity, and there are a few easy DIY home remedies to help relieve it. How common are hemorrhoids? Roughly 1 out of …

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13 Ways to Beat Hay Fever

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There were 19.2 million American adults diagnosed with hay fever in 2018. Also known as allergic rhinitis, this condition is as common as allergies because that’s what hay fever is. Essentially, you can think of this medical condition as an intense allergic reaction. This condition can often mimic many symptoms of a fever, hence the …

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Top 10 Risk Factors For Diabetes

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Diabetes is far more common than you might expect; over 10% of the US population has diabetes. Many people also don’t know that “diabetes” isn’t just one disease, but actually a group of related diseases. What they have in common is that= your blood glucose levels are too high. What Causes Diabetes? Diabetes occurs when …

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10 Ways to Take Control of Depression

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Around 17.3 million adults in the United States have had at least one major encounter with depression. This is a massive portion of the US population and a reminder that depression is as common as it is serious. With so many cases, we need to find ways to treat and manage this condition.  What Treats …

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Could the Following Be Causing Your Depression?

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All across the world, more than 264 million people suffer from depression. Some people experience this as a chronic condition and others for just a short period of time. Considering how common it is, it’s surprising that many people don’t know much about this condition. What Causes Depression? While you might have heard about serotonin …

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10 Ways to Battle Breast Cancer

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For every 100,000 women, about 125 will get some form of breast cancer (men, although rarely, can develop this kind of cancer as well). Breast cancer is one of the most serious health threats faced by women today. A breast cancer diagnosis can feel shattering, but there are things you can do to help your …

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10 Methods to Manage Menopause Now

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Menopause is a natural process that occurs as women age. Each year in the United States, 1.3 million women enter into menopause. Menopause is clinically defined as a cessation of menses lasting 12 months or longer that is not associated with a medical pathology. In the course of their lives, all women will go through …

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11 Heel-ish Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

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Experiencing pain near your heel? Notice that it’s often worse in the morning? You (and millions of other people) might be experiencing a condition known as plantar fasciitis. What Causes Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis, or policeman’s heel, is an inflammation of the tissue (plantar fascia) that connects the heel bone to the toes. This connective …

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10 Breath-stealing Risk Factors for COPD

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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, also known as COPD, is actually a group of different diseases rather than a single disease itself. Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are two of the most common diseases involved in COPD. There are roughly 251 million cases of COPD worldwide, meaning it benefits everyone to know about this condition.  What Causes …

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I Think I’m Having A Heart Attack – 11 Heart Attack Symptoms

Heart attacks (myocardial infarctions) happen when blood flow to the heart is blocked by plaque buildup in the coronary arteries. In some instances, heart attacks can also be caused by blood clots and coronary artery spasms, or the tightening of the muscles with the arteries. It is the number #1 cause of death globally and claims about 17.9 …

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