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Top 20 foods to add to your diet
Diversify your diet and become a healthier, better you! 1) Whole milk yogurt Not only is yogurt full of probiotics, full-fat yogurt has been …
Public Health England: Enhanced Ebola screening process
Public Health England is helping to roll out enhanced screening for Ebola starting at Heathrow, then Gatwick and St Pancras (Eurostar), in …
Stroke recovery may be helped by "safe" stem cell therapy
Stem cell therapy could help the recovery of stroke victims, according to a small study from Imperial College London.1 The study only examined a …
Depression "common in early Parkinson's"
Depression may be a more common occurrence in the early stages of Parkinson's disease than in the rest of the population, according to a recent US …
Diets high in salt linked to 1.6m heart deaths
Eating a diet that contains a lot of salt has been connected to more than 1.6m deaths around the world by a US study.1 The research, which was …
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Posted in Liver and gallbladder / Gallbladder Problems
bladder suregery went fine. going under was fun.
Will yesterdat turned out to be a long day. Check in time 8:45. Surgery at 10:45 a.m. but got delayed until 1:45 p.m. pacific time. Surgery went fine....
Posted in Brain and nerves / Epilepsy
no one to relate to
i typed a whole paragraph , now its gone all because i didnt put a title , forget it
Posted in Brain and nerves / Sertraline
Sertraline Withdrawal .. Does it go away?
Hi. I just wondered if anyone had been through sertraline withdrawal and got better? I look on the internet and can't find anything positive about ssri...
Posted in Brain and nerves / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
I have never felt post exterional malaise in all of the 6 months I have had this...until now. I think. Yesterday I went to the gym for the first time in...
Posted in Bones, joints and muscles / Polymyalgia Rheumatica and GCA
Having re-read several discussions, do I understand that many have no, or little, pain when on pred? I have had continuous pain (except for perhaps a...
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