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Lyme Disease and Ticks, What You Need To Know

Tick season brings with it far more than some creepy 8-legged vampires, it brings with it a wave of Lyme disease. An inflammatory disease that can cause headaches, fever, arthritis, neurological disorders and cardiac problems. Lyme disease is caused by a bacteria transmitted through tick bites. Infected ticks that are attached for 36 or more […]

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Help Treat and Prevent Varicose Veins

Unsightly varicose veins are a result of poor circulation, often in the calf are of the leg. The valves responsible for preventing the backflow of blood start to fail and blood pools in the veins, resulting in enlarged veins. Causes of Varicose Veins There are a couple of factors that will greatly increase your risk […]

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Treating Autism with Ecstasy (MDMA)

It has been illegal in the United States since the 1980’s, yet researchers are suggesting treating Autism related anxiety with Ecstasy or MDMA. Researchers from numerous institutions located in California proposed a study in Science Direct that will study the effects of MDMA on social adaptability in autistic adults. Claiming the clinical use of this […]

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CDC Calls Flu Vaccine Ineffective

The influenza vaccine gets a pretty bad rap, and it deserves it for the most part. However the flu vaccine for 2014-2015 was exceptionally bad, forget the harmful side effects and use of toxic compounds, it didn’t even manage to prevent the flu in most cases. 2014-2015 Flu Vaccine Deemed Ineffective by CDC Typically we […]

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The Effects of Ebola Infographic

via studymedicineeurope.com Discussing the Ebola Infographic The Ebola disease was first discovered in 1976 in West Africa and is named after the Ebola river which runs near the village of Yambuku in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Ebola attacks the internal organs of humans and is highly infectious. It is however only transmitted through direct […]

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