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  • Why We Should Ignore the
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    Why We Should Ignore the "N" Word

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    Am I Chemically Dependent on Drugs?

    5 years ago

    If you find yourself consistently using alcohol or drugs on a daily or regular basis, you may be chemically dependent or addicted to a substance. Chemically dependence is defined by the body’s inability to function normally without a particular...

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    How to Get a Physician Referral for a Medical Massage

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  • The Outlook For Schizophrenia
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    The Outlook For Schizophrenia

    5 years ago

    Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that affects approximately one percent of men and women equally in every country of the world. Usually signs and symptoms appear during the middle-teen years or up until the age of 30. People who are...

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    How to Stay Out of Abusive Relationships

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    How to Use Online Forums to Find Freelance Work

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    How to Tell if a Cut Should Get Stitches

    17 months ago

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    Cortisol and Stress

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    Offending by Psychiatric Patients Is Rare

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    How to Spot an Internet Dating Scam

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    How to Lose Weight with Garcinia Cambogia

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    How to Treat an Injured or Broken Toe by Buddy-Taping

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    How to Deal With a Person Who Has a Drugs or Drinking Problem

    5 years ago

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  • How to Lose Weight to Your Ideal
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    How to Lose Weight to Your Ideal

    5 years ago

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    How to Remove a Facebook Virus

    5 years ago

    Facebook is an extremely popular social website, but it is not immune to attacks. In fact, the hacks, viruses, sneaky redirects and fake links are becoming more and more popular everyday. Hackers take away your Facebook account in order to steal...

  • How to Keep Clear of Codependent Relationships
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    How to Keep Clear of Codependent Relationships

    5 years ago

    Healthy and loving relationships are defined by the "give and take" of each individual that benefits both members and develops a deep trust overtime. In a co-dependent relationship, one person gives and the other one takes. Co-dependents use...

  • The Bankruptcy of Hostess Twinkies
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    The Bankruptcy of Hostess Twinkies

    5 years ago

    Growing up in Brooklyn, NY, I was one of four children that became first born Americans to immigrant parents from Sweden. My mother was always health conscious and didn't approve of treats, candy or gum, and quickly removed it from our pockets and...

  • Signs That You Are in a Parasitic Relationship
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    Signs That You Are in a Parasitic Relationship

    21 months ago

    In science, much like human relationships, a parasitic relationship benefits one partner and hurts the host. In nature, the tick attaches itself to the wolf and lives on it as a parasite; possibly hurting the animal by injecting it with a virus or...

  • How to Improve Your Relationship With Your Adult Children
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    How to Improve Your Relationship With Your Adult Children

    5 years ago

    Often, parents of adult children find it difficult to engage in a conversation with their grown sons and daughters. A conversation becomes strained and difficult as each search for the words to place in an unspoken sentence. Although parents and...

  • How to Keep Yourself from Reacting to Others in Anger
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    How to Keep Yourself from Reacting to Others in Anger

    5 years ago

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  • Borderline Personality Disorder: Raising Questions, Finding Answers
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    Borderline Personality Disorder: Raising Questions, Finding Answers

    5 years ago

    Borderline personality disorder has been defined as a person with an unstable moods, an intense fear of abandonment and a lack of an identity. Typically, women experience BPD more often than men, and usually have experienced an abusive or traumatic...

  • How to Improve at Writing Non-Fiction
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    How to Improve at Writing Non-Fiction

    5 years ago

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  • How to Care For a Sick Parent
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    How to Care For a Sick Parent

    5 years ago

    Family caregivers are a diverse population that provides love and the primary support for disabled or ailing family members. In a study called, Silent Epidemic: Perspectives of High School Dropouts, 22 percent stated they had to leave High School in...

  • How to End a Relationship With a Narcissist
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    How to End a Relationship With a Narcissist

    5 months ago

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  • How to Use Food to Maintain Mental Health
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    How to Use Food to Maintain Mental Health

    5 years ago

    We've heard the expression, "you are what you eat," but is it also true of how we feel? The American diet is hurting our bodies and minds, and now we have a study from researches on Nutritional Therapies for Mental Disorders that suggests it...

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    How to Identify Bird Flu (Avian Influenza) Symptoms

    5 years ago

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    How to Administer Activated Charcoal for Accidental Poisonings

    20 months ago

    Children and pets are the most vulnerable populations to poisonings. Every year, over one million children are affected globally. Do you know what to do in case of an accidental poisoning?

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    How to Remove a Worm or Virus from Your Computer

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  • Basic Information on Eating Disorders
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    Basic Information on Eating Disorders

    5 years ago

    Eating disorders are difficult to understand and are extremely complex illnesses that involve genetics, medical and psychiatric disorders, and may co-exist with major depression, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). In order to...

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    What is Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?

    5 years ago

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  • Depression & Bipolar Disorder
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    Depression & Bipolar Disorder

    5 years ago

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    Anger and Addictions as a Result of Stress

    5 years ago

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    Signs and Symptoms of Acid Reflux Disease

    5 years ago

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  • How to Apply Ice for Back Pain Relief
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    How to Apply Ice for Back Pain Relief

    5 years ago

    Often, people ask if they should use heat or cold to treat their back pain. My answer usually, well… maybe. It strongly depends on the type of injury, how long has it been since the injury occurred and how does the individual respond to the...

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    Are Gum Disease and Heart Disease Related?

    5 years ago

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  • How to Help a Suicidal Friend
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    How to Help a Suicidal Friend

    5 years ago

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    5 Steps to Stop a Panic Attack Now

    15 months ago

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  • Entry Level Jobs in Healthcare
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    Entry Level Jobs in Healthcare

    5 years ago

    Author/eHealer If you are seeking a stable career in a bad economy, healthcare jobs are always in high demand and can be found in most locations in the country. If your aspirations include a career in healthcare, most likely your program of study...

  • How to Perform CPR on Your Dog
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    How to Perform CPR on Your Dog

    17 months ago

    This article teaches you how to perform CPR on a dog that has sustained some sort of accident.

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    What Are the Causes of Frequent Bloody Noses?

    16 months ago

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  • How to Stop a Bloody Nose
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    How to Stop a Bloody Nose

    5 years ago

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  • The Healthcare Crisis in America
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    The Healthcare Crisis in America

    5 years ago

    Somewhere along the way, America’s healthcare became big business. The general practitioner that took care of generations of families disappeared, and the high priced physician specialist became the new normal. Insurance companies have denied...

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    How to know if a Child is Allergic to a Vaccination

    5 years ago

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  • List Schedule of Immunization Shots for Children
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    List Schedule of Immunization Shots for Children

    5 years ago

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  • How to Draw Blood from Small Veins
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    How to Draw Blood from Small Veins

    5 years ago

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  • The Average Starting Salary of a Registered Nurse
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    The Average Starting Salary of a Registered Nurse

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    West Nile Virus Explained

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  • What Education is Required to Become a Registered Nurse?
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    What Education is Required to Become a Registered Nurse?

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    How to Remove Stitches

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    How to Use a Blood Pressure Cuff

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    Relationship between Blood Pressure and Heart Rate

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  • Effective Writing: The Unity of Ideas
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    Effective Writing: The Unity of Ideas

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    10 Ways To Make Your Aging Dog More Comfortable

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    Effective Writing: Communicating with Your Reader

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    Anabolic Steroids are all the Rage

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    Are You a Psychopath?

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    How to Convert Photos into a Video Stream

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    Why Healthcare is So Complicated in America.

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    Create Great Photos from Your Videos with Windows Live Movie Maker

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    Earn a Living as a Ghostwriter

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    Why is My Partner So Jealous?

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    The Truth about Generic OTC Medications

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    Do Dogs Watch Television? Yes and No

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    How to Write Health and Wellness Articles for Affiliate Campaigns

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    9 Ways to Stay Healthy in a Bad Economy

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    Strategies to Cool Down Hot Flashes

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    If you incorporate these simple strategies into your daily life, you can soothe your hot flashes and enjoy a much better quality of life. Do you have your own tips or tricks? Comment here and share them.

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