Day: January 3, 2016

Kidney Cancer Treatment Pros and Cons

January 3, 2016

Most likely you were having kidney cancer symptoms such as blood in the urine, a lump or mass on the side or abdomen as well as rapid weight loss. Your doctor may have even noticed renal cyst that are not going away. So you’re diagnosed with kidney cancer, what next? We hear cancer and right […]

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Cannabis Cooking, Marijuana Recipes, and A Few Helpful Hints

January 3, 2016

You are likely aware that marijuana has been around for many thousands of years. What you may not have known is that until the 16th Century, marijuana was rarely smoked and much more commonly used orally. Cooking with cannabis is a popular method of use, becoming more and more popular once more. One reason for […]

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Endometriosis Diet for Menstrual Pain Relief – My Success Story | Causes for Endometriosis (Part 1/3)

January 3, 2016

The pain was excruciating. It felt like the end of the world and something fatal was growing inside my body. Diagnosed with endometriosis (ovarian cysts) andadenomyosis at the same time can be the worst experience for women. It is not a fatal disease but it gives woman excruciating pain. I recalled when my gynaecologist first […]

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Lyme Disease Natural Remedies

January 3, 2016

Lyme disease is a complicated infection that is caused by a tick bite from the borrelia burgdorferi species.  Lyme symptoms can start with flu like symptoms, headaches, muscle and joint pain. A “bulls eye” rash may occur at the spot of the tick bite. Over time, the symptoms can continue to worsen and turn into a […]

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Mental Health and HIV, ft. “My Life After Now”

January 3, 2016

a Earlier this year I wrote that we needed more YA about teens with HIV. I didn’t know, at the time, that a 2013 YA existed on the very topic: My Life After Now by Jessica Verdi. I also didn’t know that not soon after I would be injured on duty, have to take prophylaxis, and months […]

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Books as a Mirror for Attitudes toward Mental Health Schizophrenia

January 3, 2016

  For Mental Health Awareness Month I wanted to make a list of books about mental health. I was done with a rough draft when I realised I didn’t like it: I hadn’t read that many YA about mental health and some pretty voracious readers are sure to post some fantastic lists. What I do […]

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Cystic Fibrosis and Exercise: My Journey to Compliance

January 3, 2016

My name is Aubrey, and I am a 24 year old from a little town in NH. I was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis when I was six days old, after I had surgery for meconium ileus. I was a healthy and (very) lucky kid, always having high PFTs and never having to “work” for them. […]

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eHow Health Conditions & Treatments Tumors How to Shrink Fibroid Cysts Naturally How to Shrink Fibroid Cysts Naturally

January 3, 2016

Fibroid cysts are benign tumors composed of muscle and fibrous tissues that slowly develop in the muscle layers of the uterine wall. They are not cancerous, but can cause significant pain and discomfort. Nearly half of all women experience fibroid cysts by the age of 40. There are numerous herbs and vitamins that can be […]

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9 Things Not To Say To Someone With Depression

January 3, 2016

  Scroll Down For *8 Myths About Depression That Need To Be Debunked Depression and sadness are not the same thing. Repeat: They are not the same thing, you guys. Here’s part of what makes them very, very different: Everybody gets sad from time to time. That’s just part of being human. Your goldfish dies, […]

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Cured from Crohn’s

January 3, 2016

fter being diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2006, Ari Meisel reached a low point in the hospital that forced him to reconsider his treatment. He had tried numerous medications, his weakness affected his daily life, and it seemed like he might never find relief from this “incurable” disease. Ari then made a personal decision to […]

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