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14 Things You May Not Know About Sickle Cell:Term Life

The problem with Sickle Cell is that it’s a bit too complicated and most people don’t understand how it works. So here are a few basic facts from you might want to know. 1. You can’t “catch” Sickle Cell Sickle Cell Disease (also known as Sickle Cell Disorder or Anaemia) is not contagious. Repeat, you can...

Don’t Date Girls With Borderline Personality Disorder-Term lIfe

If you date enough women, eventually you will encounter one with Borderline Personality Disorder. If autism is hyper-masculinization of the brain, it may help to think of BPD as characterizing hyper-feminization of the brain. Recent research suggests that the disorder, which afflicts 2% of the population, is linked to hormone levels and can be...

Natural Scoliosis Care Avoids Surgery or Braces-Term Life

Scoliosis is well-known, but often not well-understood. Essentially, scoliosis is any sideways curvature of the spine: looked at from the side, the spine has a normal S-shaped curve from front to back, but from the back the spine should appear straight. A lateral curve is abnormal and a sign of scoliosis, which can have...

Six Signs that ADHD May Be Part of Your Marriage

Wondering if your marriage problems might be explained by the presence of ADHD?  Here are six signs that you should look for:1.      There is a seriously unbalanced distribution of responsibility in your household.  A partner with ADHD often has trouble following through on tasks that are boring or need full attention.  To compensate, non-ADHD...

7 Ways to De-Stress With Multiple Sclerosis

When you have multiple sclerosis, stress can make fatigue worse than usual, but these stress-busting tips can help you save energy and stay healthier. Stress is a major factor for many people with multiple sclerosis (MS). From worry about the unpredictable nature of the disease to concerns about work, family, money, and more, having MS...

Gluten-free diet is good for Celiac disease, but not necessarily healthy otherwise: Study-Term Life

Today, it’s difficult not to notice all the gluten-free products available in health food and grocery stores. There’s been an influx of books, magazine articles, and news segments, too – all of which have characterized gluten as a dietary villain.Yet, there is no evidence to support gluten-free diets for anyone other than those who are...

11 Common Signs & Symptoms Of ADHD In Toddlers

Signs and Symptoms Of ADHD in Toddlers: Your toddler is adorable but braving his tantrums can be hell! Well, toddlers are like that – angels one moment and monsters the very next! But is there something more serious hiding behind your little one’s non-stop activity? Is he just a busy bee or is his hyperactivity a...

15 Unexpected Symptoms Of Celiac Disease In Teens:Term Life

Is your teenager suffering from abdominal bloating? Is he weaker than normal and becoming more irritable by the day? If you nodded along worriedly, he might be suffering from celiac disease. Read our post to learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatments for celiac disease in teens here. What Is Celiac Disease? Celiac disease is the...

Fibromyalgia Flares: Symptoms, Triggers and Treatment

Fibromyalgia – an example a central pain syndrome – is a chronic health condition characterized by symptoms of widespread muscle pain, fatigue, memory problems and mood changes. As in many chronic diseases, fibromyalgia symptoms can come and go and vary in intensity. Fibromyalgia Symptoms While a person with fibromyalgia might experience certain symptoms on a regular...

20 Health Conditions That Mimic ADHD

ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactive disorder, is diagnosed through mere observation of symptoms and not by any sort of scientific testing. There are no brain scans, blood tests, or biological readings to determine the presence of ADHD, just a myriad of behavioral and psychological symptoms. Although many of the symptoms arise from an...

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