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Hormonal Contraceptives Can Cause Depression

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Hormonal Contraceptives Can Cause Depression Research from the University of Copenhagen has confirmed a link between oral and other hormonal contraceptives and depression. Many doctors have known for a long ...

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Your Dental Fillings Could Be Poisoning You With Mercury

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Your Dental Fillings Could Be Poisoning You With Mercury Having more than 8 mercury amalgam fillings is associated with dangerously high blood mercury levels. Dental amalgam fillings are a combination ...

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Should You Be Concerned About Bowel Polyps?

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Polyps in the bowel are extremely common, particularly in those over the age of 50, or in people with a family history of polyps or bowel cancer. Not all polyps are harmful, but some have the potential to develop into cancer if not monitored. Polyps tend to occur in the large intestine, called the colon; therefore they are commonly referred to as colon polyps. Do you know the symptoms of colon polyps and what you should do if you have them?

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Acetaminophen Liver Damage Warning

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Acetaminophen Liver Damage Warning Too many people are unaware of the serious harm acetaminophen (Tylenol) can cause to the liver. Acetaminophen (also called paracetamol) is one of the most commonly ...

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Nutritional Deficiencies May Aggravate Postnatal Depression

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Nutritional Deficiencies May Aggravate Postnatal Depression Natural remedies can offer immense help for women struggling with depression after child birth. Postnatal depression is the type of depression suffered by a ...

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The FDA Bans Antibacterial Soap

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Great news: The FDA Bans Antibacterial Soap Certain chemicals used in antibacterial soaps and body washes are unsafe and ineffective. The FDA has banned the sale of soaps and body ...

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