Multiple Sclerosis Causes: What Causes MS? Is MS Hereditary?

  • February 12, 2018
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What Do We Know Now About Multiple Sclerosis Causes? Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disorder that can affect each person differently. Though MS can go into remission and is not always progressive, a cure for MS is still elusive. Multiple sclerosis causes a variety of physical and neurological symptoms. At the source of these
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Making Exercise a Routine When You Have Type 2 Diabetes

  • February 5, 2018
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If you are like most Americans, you are not getting nearly enough exercise and physical activity each day as you should. This is bad for your health and overall wellbeing but especially if you have Type 2 Diabetes. Studies have been done that show less than 40% of people who have been diagnosed with or
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The 14 Most Common Autoimmune Disease Types

  • January 22, 2018
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Do You Suspect You Have An Autoimmune Disease? Here’s a Look at the 14 Most Common and Their Symptoms. Diagnosing an autoimmune disease can be tricky. That’s because so many illnesses and autoimmune disorders have symptoms that are similar in nature. Nevertheless, it’s important to pin down a definitive diagnosis in order to receive effective
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Brain Cloud & Brain Fog: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

  • November 20, 2017
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Whether You Call It Brain Cloud or Brain Fog, Here’s What You Need to Know “What was it I was saying?” “Where did I put my phone?” “I just can’t seem to focus these days.” By the time most of us reach “a certain age,” we have all had these moments. Some call it brain
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11 Ways To Supercharge Your Immune System

  • October 19, 2017
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11 Ways To Supercharge Your Immune System Looking For Natural Ways To Supercharge Your Immune System? Look No Further! We are in constant contact with organisms that we inhale, swallow, or that literally live with us in our skin and, even, mucous membranes. Not all of them are harmful but in the case of those
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What are Lymes Disease Symptoms?

  • October 19, 2017
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What are Lymes Disease Symptoms? Do You Suspect that You have Lymes Disease Symptoms? Here’s How to Know What a great summer you’ve had! You’ve made most of it, spending as much of time in the Great Outdoors as you could. Picnics, woodland hikes, gardening, family get-togethers at city and state parks. Meanwhile, you’ve been
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2 Real World Steps To Boost The Immune System

  • October 11, 2017
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2 Simple But Important Steps That Can Help Make The Immune System Healthier Did you know that for many people with an autoimmune condition, relief can be had by following two simple but very important steps? It’s true! These fixes for the immune system hold a variety of benefits, including improved digestion, radiant complexion, boosted
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Chronic Lyme Disease Treatment

  • October 10, 2017
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Treated Properly, Chronic Lyme Disease Prognosis Can Be Positive Lyme disease can mimic several types of illness. So it is no surprise that Lyme disease symptoms are often difficult to diagnose. The rate of Lyme disease is climbing. This has spurred urgency to resolve the complexities inherent in preventing the initial infection from becoming a
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5 Things That Impact Lymphatic System Function

  • October 10, 2017
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The Connection Between Health And Lymphatic System Function Most people nowadays know what the lymphatic system (also known as the lymph sytem) is. But did you know just how critical lymphatic system function is, not only for fighting infection, but combating diseases like arthritis and even cancer? The lymphatic system and healing are closely connected.
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Ketogenic Method & the Diabetes Diet

  • September 12, 2017
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Why Ketogenic Plans Work So Well in a Diabetes Diet Type II diabetes continues to affect the lives of over 29 million Americans. In spite of progress in diabetes treatment over the decades, the core problems that stem from this pervasive disease continue to degrade quality of life for millions. Drugs lose their effectiveness and
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