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Inflammation is very closely associated with oxidative stress. Heretofore, the prescribed drugs that neutralize the swelling and tenderness of inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and Crohn’s disease can sometimes carry a side effect profile. Most conventional non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are linked with a variety of toxic effects, especially gastrointestinal issues. For this reason the research […]
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History and Orientation The Health Belief Model (HBM) is a psychological model that attempts to explain and predict health behaviors based on an individuals attitudes and beliefs of individuals. It was first developed in the 1950s by social psychologists employed by the U.S. Public Health Services. The most recent work has been executed to explore […]
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The following is a list of brain degenerative factors that can easily progress into age senile dementia, Alzheimer’s, depression and early general dysfunction. Inflammation. Most people think that inflammation is painful but interestingly enough the brain does not have brain receptors. Hence we cannot feel brain inflammation. Through modern day technology (MRI exams and chemical […]
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St John’s Wort helps cold hands? St John’s Wort, the herb widely used to treat depression, may help patients with Raynaud’s syndrome, a condition that makes sufferers’ fingers and toes go white and numb. In a new Canadian trial, patients will take three 300mg tablets, three times a day for six weeks. It is hoped […]
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Feeling exhausted, irritable, angry or nervous? Not as interested in your baby as you might be? Are you experiencing feelings of being a bad mother? Crying uncontrollably? Are you experiencing feelings of guilt, worthlessness or hopelessness? Have you had thoughts of harming your baby or yourself? Family members can play an important role by recognizing […]
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