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Insomnia? Try to Eliminate Fat in the Belly!

Many theorists argue that insomnia can cause weight gain, but this point has found a new theory that argues otherwise. Some research suggested that sleep deprivation or lack of sleep is very closely related to obesity and there is research that reported ...

Q&A: What Are The Chances Of Getting Colon Cancer If No One Else In My Family Has It?

Cancer Disease Information Question by Deadsy: What Are The Chances Of Getting Colon Cancer If No One Else In My Family Has It? I know this sounds a bit strange, but hear me out… A few days ago I used a Mystic Eye (something like an oujii board) ...

How is a child tested for cancer?

Cancer Disease Information Question by Me!: How is a child tested for cancer? I have 3 year old nephew identical twins. The older one has retinoblastoma(cancer in one eye) It was suggested that we get the other twin tested for cancer too just to be safe. ...

Tips for a Balanced Vegetarian Diet — Kathleen Zelman — UHC TV

Balanced Diet Tips Tips for a Balanced Vegetarian Diet — Kathleen Zelman — UHC TV http://www.uhc.tv Nutrition expert Kathleen Zelman shares tips on eating a healthy, protein-rich vegetarian diet. To ask your question about food and ...

Understanding Huntington’s and Parkinson’s diseases | Indiana University Health

Parkinson Disorder Information Understanding Huntington’s and Parkinson’s diseases | Indiana University Health Huntington’s and Parkinson’s diseases affect the part of the brain which controls movement. This video describes ...

Information content versus relational knowledge: Semantic deficits in patients with Alzheimer’s disease [An article from: Neuropsychologia]

Alzheimers Disease Information Information content versus relational knowledge: Semantic deficits in patients with Alzheimer’s disease [An article from: Neuropsychologia] alzheimers disease information – click on the image below for more information. alzheimers ...
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