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Case Studies: Diet Changes Reverse Rheumatoid Arthritis

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This is the first of a series of posts where I will be posting results from my research project. In this post I look at documented case studies where diet changes have eliminated or reduced symptoms of RA. I’ve given a summary of the studies as well as a chart with the findings. You...

25 Things People Without Fibromyalgia Should Know About People With Fibromyalgia

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The reality of Fibromyalgia is not only that people don’t know much about it unless they have it, but there are many who don’t even believe the condition is real. Imagine your body is on fire. Imagine every time you take a step, it feels like the ground beneath you is littered with Legos. LEGOS...

New Study Suggests Asthma Could Have a Natural Fix!-Term life

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Researchers have discovered that African American children with asthma in metropolitan Washington, DC, are significantly more likely to have low levels of vitamin D than healthy children.This study supports recent research that suggests vitamin D plays a greater role in the body than just keeping bones healthy. Vitamin D deficiency has been recently linked...

My Child has Sickle Cell Disease. 5 Little Things You Can Do That Make a Big Difference.-Term Life

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Sickle cell disease is the most common genetic disorder in the United States, much more common than people realize. There are about 100,000 people in the U.S. living with sickle cell: with a large part of that number being children. Here are some tips on how to care for, or improve the care of a...

A Treatment Planning Overview for Children with Sexual Abuse History

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Spend at least 1 hour developing a treatment plan utilizing recommendations.There is no universal definition of child sexual abuse. However, a central characteristic of any abuse is the dominant position of an adult that allows him or her to force or coerce a child into sexual activity. Child sexual abuse may include fondling a...

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

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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...

Free People Model Martha Hunt Opens Up About Scoliosis & How It Makes Her Stronger

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Just last month, Martha Hunt was giving us major squad goals as she was strutting her stuff at Taylor Swift’s concert in Detroit alongside Gigi Hadid. And while the Victoria’s Secret angel looks like she’s living the perfect life, it turns out Martha Hunt has been struggling with scoliosis for a while now. For those...

‘Redefining MS’: Why It Stands for More Than Just ‘Multiple Sclerosis’

By Stephanie Rice You’ve probably heard that MS stands for “multiple sclerosis.” According to the medical books, you heard right. But I’m here to tell you the medical books don’t tell the whole story. MS stands for something more than an autoimmune disease. MS is more than an abbreviated label for a collection of symptoms....

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

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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...

17 things to never say to a girl with Borderline Personality Disorder

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1. Nothing. Going to bed on an argument isn’t our style. Whilst you’ve casually dismissed it as a minor disagreement and all but forgotten about it, we’re worrying that you hate us and will never speak to us again. So please, stay awake long enough to text us back and tell us it’s OK. 2. “Aren’t...

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