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The Role of WHO (World Health Organization) with Charity as its Spotlight

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The Role of WHO (World Health Organization) with Charity as its Spotlight

WHO (World Health Organization) is a foundation that is held responsible for directing, and coordinating all kind of health related matters within the U.S. system. This foundation offers guidance on international health concerns, powering health research, delivering the technical support needed to each and every national involved, standards setting rules, and evaluating checking worldwide health…

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Surgery Patients May Be the Most Vulnerable After Discharge

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Surgery Patients May Be the Most Vulnerable After Discharge

Surgery does not necessarily mean freedom from ailments, in fact, in certain cases; it may give rise to post surgical complications. A study conducted by experts has found that 40 percent of complications after surgery arise after patients have been discharged. Almost 75 percent of the complications have been found to occur within the first…

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Pink Glasses Campaign Raises $10,000 for Breast Cancer Research

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Pink Glasses Campaign Raises $10,000 for Breast Cancer Research

The results from Pinktober are in, and it looks like this year has been another great year for raising much-needed funds for Breast Cancer research. Online glasses and contact lens company Coastal.com has recently reported that the proceeds from their Pink Frame Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign has amounted to a donation to the Linda Creed…

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Blurry Vision?

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Blurry Vision?

Macular Degeneration is often an age-related eye condition which affects the macula; a part of the retina located at the back of your eye. In medical terms it is known as AMD and with today’s medical knowledge it is easily treatable. Breaking It Down AMD is virtually painless and it doesn’t lead to total loss…

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Teenagers Protect Them Ears!

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Teenagers Protect Them Ears!

Rock Causes Ears to Block A recent study found that 72% of teenagers at a rock concert experienced reduced hearing after exposure to loud music. The research carried out by House Research Institute’s National Teen Hearing Loss Initiative offered free tickets in order to reconstruct a typical rock concert and reached 110 dBA over a…

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The Bees Knees! Active Honey Can Support Health and Well-being

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The Bees Knees! Active Honey Can Support Health and Well-being

Honey has enjoyed a prestigious place in medicine for thousands of years.  Civilisations from around the world have used active honey to treat a range of both internal and external ailments. This really is one of nature’s most amazing products and thanks to modern research we now know more about how honey can help support health and…

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Cactus: A Sharp Idea for Weight Loss

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Cactus: A Sharp Idea for Weight Loss

Cactus: A Sharp Idea for Weight Loss Caralluma is an edible cactus that has been used as an appetite suppressant and endurance enhancer for centuries. While it has been most commonly found in traditional Indian medicine, it is recently available in supplement form for the average person to utilize. Caralluma promotes weight loss and contains…

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Fish Diet For Children Can Help To Avoid Asthma

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Fish Diet For Children Can Help To Avoid Asthma

It has been revealed that the risk of asthma for children can be reduced if they eat fish in the first year of life. It is believed that introducing certain fatty acids found in fish between the ages of 6 and 12 months helps to protect against the development of asthma – the same effects…

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How to Find High Quality Multivitamins and Supplements

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How to Find High Quality Multivitamins and Supplements

Many health conscious people opt to add multivitamins and supplements to their daily routines in order to get the most out of their healthy habits. If you are interested in rounding out your diet in this way, then you should know that not all products are created equal. What’s more is that purchasing low quality…

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New Study Shows That Resveratrol May Not Benefit Healthy Women

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New Study Shows That Resveratrol May Not Benefit Healthy Women

According to a recent study, red wine may not be as beneficial to a woman’s health as previously thought. Resveratrol, which is an ingredient of red wine, was once thought to reduce the occurrence of heart disease. However, a study conducted by the Washington University School of Medicine has found that healthy women of middle…

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