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USA Today recently published an article about cases of addiction in the military, referencing a general who talked to a group of physicians about his dependence on pain medications and the frequency ... Read More »
The feelings of pain and stiffness in fibromyalgia are very widespread, unlike the usual osteoarthritis, bursitis or tendinitis that is localized to a single area. In fact, if there are not many ... Read More »
Invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC), also known as infiltrating ductal carcinoma, is cancer that begins growing in the breast duct and then invades the fatty tissue of the breast outside of the duct. IDC ... Read More »
Growing up in an atmosphere of domestic violence can have a devastating effect on children.
Drug abuse can mimic schizophrenia in several ways. Some drugs, like marijuana and PCP, are known to cause psychotic symptoms in some people, especially when high doses of the drugs are consumed. ... Read More »
I would steer away from so-called weight loss supplements. Many of these products are not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration and therefore could be unsafe. If you are considering using ... Read More »
For most breast cancer patients, the ability to find strength and endure your road to recovery and survivorship is critically important. You may also want to develop a healthier lifestyle than you ... Read More »
Infiltrating lobular carcinoma is the second most common of invasive breast cancer after infitrating ductal carcinoma. It accounts for about 7-10% of all breast cancer. It starts in the lobules and ... Read More »
If domestic violence is not addressed in the early stages it can progress and escalate into a very dangerous and life-threatening situation.
If you've been clear with your expectations about cursing, yet it still continues, it's time to set a consequence. Here are things to do for "repeat offenders:" Create a swear jar. Each time the ... Read More »

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