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Treatment Strategies for interstitial cystitis(IC)

Treatment Strategies for interstitial cystitis(IC)  Now it gets more complicated. “IC is so variable that it’s very difficult to point to any one particular therapeutic alternative as best,” Dr. O’Leary says. “That means it’s worth trying a lot of options, because there’s usually something that will work for someone. The good …

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vitamin c is used in skin care

Vitamin C in Skin Care  The integumentary system is the body’s largest organ. It can also be a woman’s biggest nightmare. The epidermis and its care is one of the most ubiquitous concerns of women as they age. Vitamin C is used in skin care to help prevent premature aging …

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vitamin D is nessecery for calcium absorbtion

Low Vitamin D Linked to Heart Failure DeathsStudy Also Shows Higher Risk of Hospitalization for Heart Failure Patients With Low Vitamin D LevelsAug. 31, 2010 (Stockholm, Sweden) — Low vitamin D levels are associated with a higher risk of death and hospitalization in people with heart failure, researchers report. The …

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Vitamin E is usful for silent liver disease

Vitamin E Provides New Hope for Patients With ‘Silent’ Liver DiseaseScienceDaily (May 3, 2010) — A daily dose of a specific form of vitamin E significantly improved the liver disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), according to a study funded by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) …

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Older couples with sexual difficulties

Am I too old to worry about safe sex? Having safe sex is important for people at any age. As a woman gets closer to menopause, her periods may be irregular. But, she can still get pregnant. In fact, pregnancy is still possible until your doctor says you are past …

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poor parental sleep makes new moms and dads depressed

Sept 7, 2010 — Both moms and dads are at an increased risk for depression during the first year of their infant’s life, finds a new study of parents in the U.K. Close to 40% of new moms and 21% of new dads in the U.K experienced a bout of …

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What is flu?

What is flu? The flu (or common flu) is a viral infection that is spread from person to person in secretions of the nose and lungs, for example when sneezing. Medically, it is referred to as influenza. Flu is a respiratory infection, that is, an infection that develops primarily in …

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