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Culprit Behind Female Hair Loss

It is a widely-known dilemma affecting over 30 million women in the United States alone, which is according to the American Dermatology Academy. It doesn’t only affect older women, even girls at a tender age of 15 or 16 can develop this dreaded problem – female hair loss.

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Obesity causes vitamin-D deficiency: Research

(NaturalNews) Confirming what health professionals have long suspected, a new study published in the journal PLOS Medicine provides some of the strongest evidence yet that obesity is indeed a cause of vitamin D deficiency.

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Understanding Your High Blood Pressure Medications

There are many causes of high blood pressure, from genetic predisposition to obesity to poor diet, and many other reasons. Some cases are not bad enough to warrant anything more than some suggestions from your doctor about lifestyle and diet choices, while other cases of high blood pressure are so dangerous that you need to be on medication to regulate it. If this is true in your case, here is some simple information to help you better understand commonly prescribed medications:

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Canada Pharmacy Suggests Spanking does not Nurture Better Childhood

New research and Canada pharmacy suggest that utilizing spanking as a way of discipline for children (especially boys) who have a genetic predisposition to aggressive behavior likely turns them even more aggressive.

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Anti Aging Therapy For Skin And Hair

Everyone has a genetic predisposition at to how they will age. Some people have a genetic predisposition that will cause their hair to turn gray in their early thirties while others will have a genetic predisposition to have a lot of wrinkles by the time they are fifty. Some aging will occur regardless of anti aging therapy and aging is a normal part of life but the trick is to age as gracefully as possible.

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Information on Li Fraumeni Syndrome

Li Fraumeni syndrome has been of large importance to the understanding of the genetics and molecular biology of cancer. Treatment

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Taking Your Child to a Hearing Center

Combined with a genetic predisposition or congenital malformation, your son or daughter will gradually experience difficulty with high or low frequencies, or worse, if the condition goes untreated. The support, diagnosis and treatment offered through the expert tools and advice of a hearing center will help to preserve your child's hearing and prepare him or her for the future.

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