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Balancing Therapy For Dizziness

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One study estimates that as much as 35% of Americans over 40 have experienced some form of vestibular dysfunction. Many of these people experience dizziness or imbalance temporarily due to a virus or some other short term condition. Unfortunately many others have to deal with varying amounts of vertigo or balance issues on a regular …
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Remedying Runner’s Knee

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Few things frustrate an athlete more than runner’s knee. While you might not feel “out of commission”, whenever you try to perform, you are quickly reminded that you are very limited. Runner’s knee, or patellofemoral pain syndrome, causes pain to radiate around the knee cap particularly where the thigh bone connects with the knee. One …
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Unusual Signs of Menopause

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When women reach their mid-40 and early 50’s, their bodies undergo dramatic changes. Sometimes these inner biological alterations go on without many outward sign, but more times than not, the average woman experiences multiple symptoms. Some of these are mild or short lived, but many times these alterations are severe or awkwardly hard to pin …
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Does Your Baby Have Eczema?

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Up to 20% of infants have a skin condition called eczema, a group of medical conditions that cause red inflammation of the skin. This skin malady can be uncomfortable for the child and difficult to control for the parents. If you have an infant that has begun having itchy skin areas, you may have a …
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Vitiligo Signs and Treatment Options

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Vitiligo is a loss of pigment in the skin, often resulting in white patches of skin, changes in hair or eye color and other tissues. This disease can affect anyone and is thought to have several possible causes. Although there is no cure for vitiligo, it is treatable, especially if you catch the disease in …
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