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If you have been looking for a way to treat your arthritis without success, you may now try acupuncture. Acupuncture has become a very popular method of treating arthritis. Many people who made use of this ancient Chinese way of treating pains called acupuncture can attest to the fact that it actually works on arthritis. But who knows whether it will work for you or not if you don’t try it out. My humble advice? If all else fails, I think you should try acupuncture.

Thinking of using acupuncture for your arthritis? It’s important for… Continue reading

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Arthritis can affect any part of the body. If you are not too sure about the pains you are suffering from, contact your doctor. It just might be arthritis. Arthritis could attack any part of the body without warning. But the good thing is that there are now solutions to arthritis that work.

Thinking of using acupuncture for your arthritis? It’s important for you to know that there are side effects to acupuncture. Acupuncture side effects could lead to bleeding or allergy, but this is rare. While a few people may encounter side effects after… Continue reading

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Endometriosis is a highly recurrent disease, so people use to choose the surgery. But when you have surgery, if you only cut off the lesions and keep the uterus and adnexa, then five years later, the recurrence rate will almost 50%. If you’re remove the uterus, then the chance of recurrence will drop at about 9% or 8%. And if you cut all the uterus and adnexa off, the recurrence rate can be only 0.1%.

Changing the food you eat and following a diet for endometriosis has proved to be one of the best ways… Continue reading

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Are you troubled by the unwanted body fat you see when you look at yourself in the mirror? The information in this article can set you on the road to achieving permanent weight loss. You probably do not know this information.

To control your weight, it is vital that you understand what happens in your body when you eat. The food that you eat is immediately converted into blood sugar. As this happens, your body also produces insulin, which it needs in order to use the blood sugar. The amount of insulin it produces is… Continue reading

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Washington, DC (Vocus) December 9, 2010

When it comes to calories, parents lack a basic understanding of their impact on weight and may even be skeptical that calories are just the latest food and nutrition fad. New research shows that only 14% of parents say they are consistently paying attention to the calories their families consume; even fewer (9%) say it would be the easiest thing for their family to do on a regular basis.

The research was conducted by the Dietary Guidelines Alliance, of which the International Food Information Council is a founding… Continue reading


While both Group B favourites at the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 successfully navigated their way to the semi-finals, Germany and Chile enjoyed very different matches against Cameroon and Australia r [read]

Germany defeated Cameroon 3-1 to finish top of Group B at the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi in front of 30,230 fans. [read]

Chile reached the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 semi-finals after coming from behind to draw 1-1 against Australia in front of 33,639 fans in Moscow. [read]

On his 100th appearance for Portugal, Joao Moutinho helped secure his team a place in the semi-finals of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017.  [read]

The first participants of the third edition of the Football for Hope Forum have arrived in Kazan, Russia with the event taking place from June 26 to 28. [read]

We heard from the Russia players after the hosts exited the FIFA Confederations Cup, with positives drawn amid admissions that certain things need to improve before the FIFA World Cup. [read]

Germany’s last FIFA Confederations Cup group match against Cameroon is also Joachim Low’s 150th game in charge of the national team. looks back at several milestones during his time as head c [read] talks to former star Australian goalkeeper Mark Bosnich to hear some humourous insights from the Socceroos' run to the 1997 FIFA Confederations Cup final. [read]

Australia's ageless forward Tim Cahill continues to chalk off milestones, with the five-time FIFA World Cup™ goalscorer set to become the first outfield Socceroos player to reach a century of cap [read]