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Keys to Healthy Aging

By Charles Hopkins | Published 05/25/2007 | Health |

You can not stop the aging process. You can, however, make certain decisions which will help you stay healthy as you age.

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Feverfew has always been regarded as a medicinal herb. Its very name implies a cure for fevers and folk healers used it for this.

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Today people all over the world are looking for natural alternatives to the more conventional prescription drugs that many of them are forced to take.

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In a healthy individual the body is able to automatically control the level of blood glucose depending on the body's needs.

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Homeopathy is a natural healing method based on the principle of "like cures like." This means symptoms are treated with an extremely diluted dose of whatever it is that might have caused the ailment in the first place.

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Most herbalists believe that a lot of modern day illnesses, diseases and chronic health conditions are caused by years and years of dietary neglect.

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It seems more and more people are turning to natural healing methods for relief from aches and pains these days.

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Underatanding Lyme Disease

By Charles Hopkins | Published 05/25/2007 | Health |

Lyme disease is caused by a micro-organism called Borrelia Burgdorferi - a type of Spirochete bacteria. Humans are infected when bitten by ticks that carry the germ.

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Smoking is one of the most difficult habits to break largely on account of the post smoking withdrawal symptoms. A smoker needs both emotional and medicinal support to overcome the nicotine cravings.

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Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) once fell into a category that might be called "orphan diseases" strange, hard-to-describe symptoms, no apparent threat to life or overall health, often dismissed as patient imagination or a symptom of something else by doctors who had never heard of it.

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