Early Signs Of MS

  • December 14, 2017
  • MS
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) isn’t strictly hereditary, but it is classified as a genetic disease. This means that –while you don’t directly inherit the disease- if you have a close relative, such as a parent or a sibling, your own risk of developing MS increases. Those who have what is known as “first degree” relatives should
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6 Tasty Recipes To Help Heal Your Gut

  • December 14, 2017
  • Nutrition
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Recipes to Heal Your Gut You are what you eat and the food you put in your body has a huge impact on your body and can help in the prevention of illness and disease. Hippocrates once said that illnesses originates in the gut and it stands to reason that healing starts in the gut
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What is Normal Blood Sugar Level?

  • December 14, 2017
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What Is Average Blood Sugar? When Do I Worry About Diabetes? “Do I have average blood sugar levels?” You would think a simple question like that would have a simple answer. But, think again! The truth is that average blood sugar for each person depends on a lot of factors. It is more than worth
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Spinal Stenosis: What is Stenosis of the Spine?

  • December 14, 2017
  • Back
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Learn the Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis When you hear the words “spinal stenosis” from your doctor it can be pretty scary, especially when you aren’t really sure what it is. After all, any medical condition that involves the spinal cord can seem dire to the average patient. In most cases, spinal stenosis is a secondary
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14 Great Hacks for Exercise that Fit into Your Schedule

  • December 14, 2017
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Think You Have to Plan Large Blocks of Time for Exercise? Think Again! We’re just months away now from traditional New Year’s resolution making. Will you be like millions of Americans who pledge to make time for exercise…then lose your motivation weeks (sometimes just days) after? You can take some comfort in knowing that you
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What is Failed Back Syndrome & Surgery Failure?

  • December 14, 2017
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The Case for Stem Cell Therapy to Avoid Surgery Failure & Failed Back Syndrome To say that surgery failure in treating acute or chronic back pain is disheartening is an understatement. Yet countless patients regularly come away from back surgery with no relief or, in some cases, with worse pain than when they went into
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