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  1. Rosacea: Types, Symptoms And Causes

    Rosacea: Types, Symptoms And Causes

    Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin disease that affects more than 16 billion Americans annually. This skin condition is characterized by visible redness on the face and neck area along with the presence of visible blood vessels and bumps. These bumps are often small, red and pus-filled. Rosacea is more common among light-skinned people, with no particular cause.

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  2. Athlete's Foot: A Fungal Skin Disease

    Athlete's Foot: A Fungal Skin Disease

    Athlete's Foot, also known as Tinea Pedis, is a contagious fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet. It is a common disorder characterized by cracked heels, skin blisters, scaling of soles and itching. The fungus that causes Athlete’s foot is called Trichophyton which belongs to a fungi classification called dermatophytes, which also cause Jock Itch and Ringworm. This fungus thrives in warm, moist environments.

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  3. Why Is Processed Food Hard To Leave?

    Why Is Processed Food Hard To Leave?

    Why does it seem like some of us are addicted to overly processed foods? Foods that you buy in cardboard boxes, in plastic bags, the food that you get when you go into a drive thru, why does it feel like these foods are habit forming? There is a reason for that and that is what we will talk about in detail. 

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  4. Passive Smoking And Everything You Should Know About It

    Passive Smoking And Everything You Should Know About It

    Also known as Secondhand Smoking, Passive Smoking means smoking in other people’s tobacco smoke. It poses a great threat to non-smokers and can cause lung cancer in them. Passive Smoking increases the risk of other cancers like that of the larynx (voice box) and pharynx (upper throat) in people who do not smoke.  

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  5. Know Different Doctors For Different Treatments

    Know Different Doctors For Different Treatments

    There are over a million doctors that reside in the United States of America and have been of service to many Americans throughout the years. This number also includes specialists and physicians who have completed a long process of their four-year study along with three to seven years of residency training to make life better.

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  6. Famous Celebrities Who Died Of Cancer

    Famous Celebrities Who Died Of Cancer

    Cancer is such an ailment that it stops at nothing and spares nobody. It can affect a common man as well as a well-known celebrity. Cancer not only causes dismay to the affected but also to everyone related to them. 

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  7. Iodine-Rich Foods That You Need

    Iodine-Rich Foods That You Need

    Iodine, an essential mineral that is necessary for your survival. Now there are millions of people with iodine deficiency in the world and there are millions of others who suffer from lots of chronic diseases that are completely preventable.

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  8. What Is Chlamydia?

    What Is Chlamydia?

    Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease(STD) caused by a bacteria called Chlamydia trachomatis. It affects both men and women and causes no symptoms as such. Women can get chlamydia in the cervix, rectum or throat whereas men can get this STD in the urethra (inside the penis), rectum or throat.

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  9. Which Healthy Water Is Best To Drink?

    Which Healthy Water Is Best To Drink?

    This post is all about water and which is the healthiest kind of water that you should drink. There is a lot of myths around what kind of water you should drink and why, so let us dive deep into this subject. 

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  10. 7 Things To Know About Breast Cancer

    7 Things To Know About Breast Cancer

    Marking this month as the Breast Cancer Awareness month let us dive into things that you never knew about breast cancer and how to prevent it. If you read it on mainstream articles about breast cancer prevention or watch it on television, then very often they will talk about things that are not really helpful and which are not really related to prevention. 

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