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Hay fever, also called allergic rhinitis, is caused by the body’s response to certain allergens and other substances. This is caused mostly by reaction to pollen, dust, exposure to chemicals, cigarette smoke etc. Common Symptoms including sneezing, runny nose, blocked nose, watery eyes etc. This article will outline effective natural methods for hay fever relief.
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April is bowel cancer awareness month which is a fantastic annual opportunity to raise awareness of bowel cancer and help make a difference. This year Beating Bowel Cancer and Bowel Cancer UK have merged to form the UK’s leading bowel cancer charity, with the aim of preventing as many deaths as possible associated with bowel cancer patients.
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During the winter asthma symptoms are usually more apparent. This article covers the best tips on how to manage asthma condition including triggers to avoid during the winter period and throughout the rest of the year.
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To reduce the risk of suffering from a weak nervous system, it’s essential to take charge of your health. With simple lifestyle changes, dietary changes and some home remedies, you can strengthen your nervous system and lead a healthy life.
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June is Scleroderma Awareness Month hosted by SRUK, with joining organisations from around the world to increase awareness of this rare autoimmune condition scleroderma. The purpose of this campaign is to help raise awareness and provide support for people who are living with scleroderma as well as knowing the signs of scleroderma and prevention investing in a cure.
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Chest pain home remedies, this blog article outlines natural home remedies to help treat symptoms of chest pain and angina useful tips for chest pain relief. This article will outline the best home remedies for treating chest pain naturally to help manage the condition and treat common symptoms as chest pain is a very common condition and can be caused by many different factors.
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Heat stroke is a condition caused by your body overheating, usually as a result of prolonged exposure to or physical exertion in high temperatures. This most serious form of heat injury, heat stroke, can occur if your body temperature rises to 104 F (40 C) or higher. The condition is most common in the summer months.
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Blood clots are gel-like clumps of blood. They are beneficial when they form in response to an injury or a cut, plugging the injured blood vessel, which stops bleeding. Some blood clots form inside your veins without a good reason and don't dissolve naturally. These may require medical attention, especially if they are in your legs or are in more critical locations, such as your lungs and brain. A number of conditions can cause this type of blood clot.
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Anemia is a condition that develops when your blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells. These cells are the main transporters of oxygen to organs. If red blood cells are also deficient in haemoglobin, then your body isn't getting enough oxygen. Anaemia is caused when you don’t have enough red blood cells or haemoglobin to meet your body’s needs. Read on...
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Panic attacks are a type of fear response. They're an exaggeration of your body's normal response to danger, stress or excitement. Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder where you regularly have sudden attacks of panic or fear. A panic attack is an intense wave of fear characterized by its unexpectedness and debilitating, immobilizing intensity.
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