Archive | April 3, 2012
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Can’t sleep? Turn the lights off earlier

Can’t fall asleep? You may need to turn the lights off earlier. Studies show exposure to light after dusk, particularly light from computer screens, iPads, iPhones, televisions, and other electronic items, significantly inhibits the production of melatonin, your body’s sleep hormone. Insomnia is a national problem, affecting about 30 percent of Americans and fueling a $2 […]

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Fibromyalgia: What It Feels Like

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Characteristics of Fibromyalgia Treatments by Groshan Fabiola

Fibromyalgia is a serious neurological condition that causes pain in the musculoskeletal system. People who suffer from fibromyalgia also feel pain in the tendons, ligaments and the areas of the joints. Another characteristic of fibromyalgia is a pronounced state of fatigue that takes over the entire body. The symptoms of fibromyalgia resemble those of rheumatoid […]

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Why Are Autism Rates Still On The Rise?

According to the CDC autism rates are continuing to rise very quickly.  According to their most recent report on the subject, 1 in 88 children now have autism, and 1 in 54 boys.  Many different hypothesis have been proposed, including better detection, we all need to look at our modern lifestyle and ask ourselves, “are […]

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