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Is Turmeric Good for Arthritis?

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Turmeric is a plant in the ginger family. The Latin name is Curcuma longa. Turmeric has been used for centuries in both Chinese and Indian medicine to treat diseases of inflammation like arthritis, allergy, respiratory, and digestive disorders. Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric that may give it anti-inflammatory … Read More
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Best Anti-Aging Skin Care: Retinol

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Retinoids were approved for the treatment of acne back in 1971 by prescription only. This vitamin A product reduced acne by preventing pores from clogging and reducing acne scarring. Skin doctors noticed that in addition to treating acne, retinoids improved skin tone and reduced fine lines and wrinkles. Another benefit … Read More
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Are There Stages of Multiple Sclerosis?

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Multiple sclerosis is a long-term (chronic disease) of the brain and spinal cord that usually starts in the early adult years and lasts for a lifetime. Unlike cancer or Alzheimer’s disease that have predictable progression and stages, MS has types of disease. These types describe how MS may progress. However, … Read More
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How to Start Exercising Safely

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The latest Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services came out in November 2021. The new guidelines add even more benefits from exercise, based on research done after the first guidelines came out in 2008. New benefits include reducing your risk for Alzheimer’s … Read More
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How To Know If You Need Stitches

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According to the Wound Care Society, the reasons why a wound needs to be closed by suturing are to stop bleeding, promote healing, prevent infection, and prevent scarring. Sutures include absorbable sutures that do not need to be removed, non-absorbable sutures that need to be removed, and staples that need … Read More

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