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Andropause

Andropause It All Begins With the Endocrine System The endocrine system is considered one of the great controlling systems in the body, much like the nervous system. In fact, the endocrine system works in concert with the nervous system to work its magic in the body....

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Heat Stroke

Heat stroke is one of three forms of a condition of elevated body temperature. While heat cramps and heat exhaustion are milder forms and generally less intense, heat stroke should be taken care of promptly by a medical professional.We all know that as we move around,...

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Osteoporosis – An Overview

Osteoporosis is a disease characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of bone tissue. This leads to increased bone fragility and risk of fractured or broken bones, particularly of the hip, spine and wrist. In general, women have 30% less bone mass than men but by...

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5-HTP

Sleeping less and gaining more? There have been recent studies that show why. Two hormones responsible for stimulating and suppressing your appetite and increasing your metabolism have been flagged as being disrupted if insomnia persists. And if insomnia becomes...

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Your Liver

You probably don’t think about it a lot, yet you can’t live without it. You can’t feel it working, yet it plays a central role in nearly all body functions. Your liver is one of the most vital organs in your body with a wide-ranging list of functions that can be...

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Vitamin K

Just when you thought you'd learned your vitamin-A-B-C's, along comes another vitamin, vitamin K. And, just to add interest to the mix, there are three of them; vitamin K1, K2 and K3. Friendly bacteria in your intestines are responsible for synthesizing vitamin K1 and...

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The Psychology of Change

If you look up the word change in the dictionary, you’re given several options. One of the best definitions states simply, “to transform”. Another states, “to make the form…of something different from what it is, or from what it would be if left alone.” To some...

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The Celiac Lifestyle

Introduction The Immune System, Run Amuck Celiac disease (CD), also known as celiac sprue, is a digestive disease that damages the small intestine and interferes with nutrient absorption. People with CD cannot tolerate gluten, a protein in wheat, rye, barley and oats....

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Sugar, Spice, Everything Nice & Hormones

Introduction From the time a woman is born, her body is geared toward a much different lifetime of experiences than a man's. For this reason, it's important to look at health issues from a woman's perspective. In its infancy, medical science assumed that all health...

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Menopause

Introduction First and foremost, it's important to say that menopause (whichever stage you're speaking of) is not a "condition" that has to be "dealt with" anymore. The "Change" isn't whispered about in darkened back rooms any longer but is spoken about freely and...

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Cardiovascular Issues

Introduction The word is out – heart disease in women is on the rise and the symptoms are very different than a man's. And it's not just older women who should be aware; women who have a family history of heart disease should pay close attention to heart disease risk...

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