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  • Any Lab Test Now
    Get lab tests without a physician
    Thanks to a remarkable new franchise, you can now receive just about any lab test you would like and know the cost upfront. The great thing about ANY LAB TEST NOW® is that you do not have to receive your doctor’s permission for a test to...
  • Muscle cramps, spasms, and charley horse relief
    How to get rid of muscle cramps, spasms, and a charley horse
    Muscle cramps, spasms, and a charley horse may come on suddenly and cause excruciating pain. Many people experience these involuntary contractions of more than one muscle in their bodies.Muscle cramps can happen at night when a person drifts off...
  • Powered caffeine:  A kick that kills but not the only one
    Pure caffeine: A kick that kills but not the only one
    Now that pure caffeine has claimed the lives of several people, things are starting to change. In 2010 there was the loss of 23-year-old Michael Bedford from Mansfield in England (BBC.com). Last year there was the overdose of Logan Stiner, the...
  • Support group ecomap
    Eco-map
    In one of the support groups I facilitate we offer the participants a worksheet that enables them to visually depict the relationships in their lives and determine the energy flow connected to this interface. We teach them how to draw an Eco-map....
  • Advantages of eating beef and fish
    Advantages of eating beef and fish
    Fish is certainly not free of cholesterol, but it is highly possible that the good health benefits of a piece of fish outweigh the bad ones from a piece of beef which have equal content of saturated fats, and should be considered a part of a well...
  • Human Rights
    Childhood should not be treated like a disease
    Psychiatrists are so busy labeling every normal variation in the experiences of growing children as signs of mental illness it appears they have decided to steal the exciting experience of simply being a child from as many kids as possible for...
  • Placing infants in car seats for naps a dangerous practice
    Placing infants in car seats for naps a dangerous practice
    Not uncommonly, car seats and other sitting devices are used for napping. According to a new study, placing infants or young children in these devices for naps may endanger them. The findings were published April 24 in the journal Pediatrics by...
  • Pedal for UCLA Blood and Platelet Center this Sunday
    Pedal for UCLA Blood and Platelet Center this Sunday
    For cyclists of all levels, a must-attend event is available this Sunday, April 26. The 18th annual City of Angels Fun Ride, which begins on UCLA’s Westwood Campus, will tour Los Angeles to raise funds for the UCLA Blood and Platelet Center;...
  • Unlikely critic of the new USA soccer uniforms
    Unlikely critic of the new USA soccer uniforms
    What skin in the game would the owner of two drug rehabs have when it comes to the new home uniforms for the U.S. women’s national soccer team, who will be wearing these jerseys during this summer’s World Cup. If you haven't heard,...
  • Laser Hair Removal
    Planning Your Laser Hair Removal Schedule In Dallas
    While it requires far less effort than a workout regimen or diet plan, or even tanning bed schedules, laser hair removal is similar to these efforts in that a well devised schedule can be essential to success. The question is, what does a typical...
  • Metformin reported effective for pre-diabetes
    Metformin reported effective for pre-diabetes
    Type 2 diabetes develops over a period of time. As the blood sugar level rises, the affected individual passes through a stage known as pre-diabetes. A new UCLA study has reported that only 3.7% of patients were prescribed the diabetes drug...
  • Caregiving is a 24/7 position
    Caregiving is a 24/7 position
    Caregivers come in many different ways male and female, friends and professionals, some for a day or two at a time and some for only an hour or so. We each want to have a place we can call and feel is our home, albeit in a skilled nursing home or...
  • Tinnitus brain mapping may lead to more effective treatment
    Tinnitus brain mapping may lead to more effective treatment
    Tinnitus is the sound of ringing, roaring, buzzing, hissing, or clicking that occurs inside the head. According to the American Tinnitus Association, currently, more than 50 million people in the U.S. suffer from some degree of tinnitus. Of these...
  • A young woman enjoying a cup of coffee
    Coffee may help prevent breast cancer recurrence
    Being hit with breast cancer is a devastating experience for any woman. Good news for survivors of breast cancer is that drinking coffee may offer protection against recurrence of breast cancer. It has been reported by Lund University on April 21,...
  • Anxiety
    Invisibility may treat social anxiety
    Have you ever just wanted to vanish in a stressful situation or become invisible in an awkward social situation? In a study published today, Swedish scientists used virtual reality systems to convince test subjects that they were invisible. The...
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