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  • Free health, diet & fitness information giving you all you need to know about weight loss, fitness equipment, diet pill & online pharmacy.
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  • Free health information to help you look after all aspects of your health & the health of those around you.
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  • Top 2 acne treatments, why acne occours & how to cure acne, a review of acne face treatments.
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  • The facts about smoking & how it affects you & those around you. With tips to help you quit smoking for good using quit smoking patches with a money back guarentee.
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  • Skin care product information including facial skin care, anti-aging, cellulite & stretch mark prevention
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  • How to help prevent or relieve allergy symtoms including asthma and many more.
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  • Insomnia or sleep deprivation - causes & treatments explained. What to do if you cannot sleep.
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  • free info on womens health matters with lots of free articles on topics relating to womens health.
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  • Abortion Introduction Abortion is the common name for the medical process of Ending pregnancy. Healthcare professionals may use the term termination of...
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Caesarean section Introduction Caesarean section is a procedure where a baby is delivered by cutting through the front wall of the abdomen to open the womb....
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  • Diaphragms and caps Introduction Diaphragms and caps are barrier methods of contraception. Diaphragms are made from a type of soft rubber that fits inside the...
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  • Hormone replacement therapy Introduction Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is the artificial replacement of the female hormone oestrogen in women who are going...
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  • Hysterectomy Introduction Hysterectomy means surgical removal of the womb. This is the most commonly performed major gynaecological operation. Every year 90,000...
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  • IVF Introduction In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is a process in which an egg is surgically removed from the ovary and fertilised outside the body . One in seven...
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  • Mastectomy Introduction If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, your specialist will be able to tell you about all of the treatment options that are...
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Menopause Introduction The menopause, also known as the change of life is marked by the ending of menstruation. The menopause occurs at an average age of about
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  • Migraine Introduction Migraine refers to a recurrent severe headache. These headaches are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and/or...
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Morning sickness Introduction Many women have nausea or vomiting during early pregnancy. Despite being called morning sickness, some women find the feeling of...
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  • ovarian cyst free information
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  • Free info on men's health. Lots of articles on various subjects relating to men's health.
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Circumcision Introduction Circumcision is a procedure to remove the skin that covers the tip of the penis (the foreskin). This is the flap of skin that can...
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  • Ejaculation problems Introduction Ejaculation is the squirting out of semen from the penis during an orgasm. Problems with ejaculating occur quite commonly and...
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  • Erectile dysfunction Introduction Erectile dysfunction is when a man keeps having difficulty getting or keeping an erection. He may then have difficulty having...
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Prostate disease Introduction The prostate gland is roughly the size and shape of a walnut and lies immediately under the bladder, surrounding the first two or...
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Vasectomy Introduction Vasectomy is a simple and reliable method of contraception. It is sometimes known as male sterilisation. Although a vasectomy is...
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Male contraceptive pill Introduction At present the male contraceptive pill is not available. Although research continues, no male oral contraceptive has yet...
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  • acnezine review, will acnezine work for you ? Previously known as acuzine
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  • penis enlargement review site, which method is the safest & best for penis enlargement
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  • Tips on weight loss & diet programs including the South Beach Diet, the Zone Diet & the Atkins diet. Also information about diet pill.
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  • Diet program review including well know ones such as the south beach diet, zone diet & atkins diet.
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  • diet pill information including phenetermine & herbal phentermine.
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  • Diet & Nutrition information helping you to make sure you get the right amount of nutrution in your diet.
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  • Free articles on health, diet & fitness covering many areas all designed to help you improve your health.
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  • Accidents to children in the home Introduction Most injuries in children up to the age of five happen in the home. They can happen very quickly and are more...
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  • Acne Facts, Myths & Treatment by John Mac People of all races suffer from acne, In the US 85% of everyone aged between 12-24 develop some form of acne, that amounts to 17 million people making it...
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  • Acupuncture Introduction Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine that originated around 2,000 years ago. Acupuncture is based on the belief that...
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  • Agoraphobia Introduction Until recently agoraphobia was defined as a fear of open spaces. It now also includes several other related fears such as a fear of...
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  • National Institutes of Health National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism What You Dont Know Can Harm You U.S. Department of Health and Human Services ALCOHOL If you are like many Americans,...
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  • Alcohol misuse Introduction Having a drink now and then does not harm your body. However, social drinking can, for some people, lead to heavier drinking which...
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  • ALCOHOLISM getting the facts U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism ALCOHOLISM getting the facts For many...
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  • Allergies by John Mac Allergies are caused by allergens which contain protein, which is found in all living organisms, and it is this protein which causes allergies. If your body reacts to a...
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  • Altitude sickness Introduction Altitude sickness (also known as acute mountain sickness) can occur in its mildest form at around 2500m (8000ft) above sea level...
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  • Alzheimer's disease Introduction Alzheimer's disease accounts for approximately 60% of all cases of dementia. The disease typically begins with memory loss,...
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  • Anaemia Introduction Anaemia is the general name for a range of disorders affecting red blood cells. Red blood cells contain haemoglobin, which is responsible...
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  • Angina Introduction Angina is not a disease. It is a pain, a symptom of another disease, the very common condition called atherosclerosis, which affects many...
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  • Avian flu Introduction Symptoms Causes Diagnosis Treatment Prevention Selected links Introduction Avian influenza (or "bird flu") is a highly infectious disease
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  • Back pain Introduction Causes Diagnosis Treatment Prevention Selected links Introduction Lower back pain, also referred to as lumbago, affects 4 out of 5 people...
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  • Bad breath Introduction Causes Diagnosis Treatment Prevention References Selected links Introduction Bad breath is a very common problem. The medical name for...
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  • Cancer of the testicle Introduction The testicles are part of the male reproductive system. They produce sperm and the male hormone testosterone. They lie...
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  • Complementary therapies Incl Homeopathy, aromatherapy, Hypnotherapy, Osteopathy
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  • Diet Introduction Definition Facts Risks Recommendations Selected links Definition Healthy eating is about maintaining a balanced diet. This means eating foods...
    diet_facts_nhs_uk.html
  • Diet Programs the Basics by John Mac Atkins Diet Program, south beach diet program, zone diet, weight watchers diet, mediterranean diet
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  • fitness equipment basics with description of fitness equipment & price guide for fitness equipment
    fitness_equipment_basics.html
  • Fitness Programs These days there are many fitness programs that you may choose to follow, some are well know such as Step Aerobics or Pilates but there are many other fitness programs that are not...
    fitness_programs_review.html
  • Food safety Introduction Facts Making changes Risks Recommendations Selected links Introduction Food safety is really important in preventing an upset stomach...
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  • Health Your Most Valuable Asset Your health is undoubtedly your most valuable asset. So with that in mind how do you protect your health ? Yes you probably have health insurance to look after your...
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  • Health Supplements & Vitamins by John Mac It is important that everybody young & old gets enough vitamins and minerals every day in order to keep fit & healthy. Vitamins affect every part...
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  • HIV and AIDS Introduction AIDS was first recognised as a new condition in 1981. Since then around 40 million people worldwide have been infected with HIV, the...
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  • Insomnia Introduction Insomnia is when a person cannot sleep properly. It is hard to define what is normal sleep because it varies from person to person....
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  • Jet lag Introduction The world is divided into 24 time zones. The Greenwich meridian in London is the base. The time changes by one hour for every 15 degrees...
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  • Liposuction Introduction Liposuction, also known as liposculpture, is the removal of unwanted body fat by suction, using a surgical vacuum. It is usually...
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  • Migraine Introduction Migraine refers to a recurrent severe headache. These headaches are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and/or...
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  • Mobile phone safety Introduction Over 27 million people in the UK have or regularly use a mobile phone. Mobile phones are quickly becoming an essential business...
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  • Natural family planning Introduction Natural family planning is a method of contraception where natural indicators are used to identify the womans fertile time...
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  • Obesity Introduction Obesity is excess body fat for a given height and gender. It happens when more calories are taken into the body than are burnt up in a...
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  • Plastic surgery Introduction Plastic surgery is surgery to repair and restore defects of the skin and the underlying tissue, whether they are present from birth
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  • Quit Smoking - For Your Healths Sake by John Mac In the US it is estimated that 30% of the 570,000 cancer deaths in 2005 were caused by smoking. In the UK smoking kills approx. 114,000 per year or...
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  • Sick building syndrome Introduction Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a term used to describe a range of common symptoms, associated with particular buildings....
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  • Cancer of the skin Introduction Skin cancer is common. There are three main kinds: basal cell carcinoma, often known as a rodent ulcer; squamous cell carcinoma & malignant melanoma
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  • Slipped disc Introduction Slipped disc is the common name for the medical term prolapsed or herniated disc. Many people in the UK have back pain and although a...
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  • Snoring Introduction Symptoms Causes Treatment Complications Selected links Introduction Snoring is a sound made when you breathe through your mouth and nose...
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  • Sports injuries Introduction Exercise can be very beneficial to health. It can reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and obesity, and organised sports are an
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  • Stings, insect Introduction There are certain insects that sting (inject venom into the skin) as a defence mechanism. In the UK, these insects include bees...
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  • Peptic or stomach ulcer Introduction Ulcers are sores or holes in the lining of an organ. They look like small, red craters. Peptic ulcer is the collective name for...
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  • Stress Introduction Symptoms Causes Diagnosis Treatment Complications Prevention Selected links Support organisations   Introduction Stress can be defined
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  • Stretch marks Introduction Stretch marks are lines on the skin that start off as raised red lines. They then turn purple, before slowly fading into flat silvery...
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  • Stroke Introduction A stroke is when the normal blood supply to your brain is cut off. If your brain cells do not get a constant supply of oxygen from the...
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  • Sunburn Introduction Sunburn is the damaging effect on the skin of the ultraviolet (UV) light contained in sunlight. With too much exposure to UV light, your...
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  • Teething Introduction The first teeth (also known as milk teeth or deciduous teeth) have usually developed before your child is born. They normally start to...
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  • Tennis elbow Introduction Tennis elbow is inflammation in the area around the bony bump on the outer side of the elbow. This bony lump is called the lateral...
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  • Tetanus Introduction Tetanus is a serious infection of the nervous system caused by the germ Clostridium tetani, which is usually found in cultivated soil and...
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  • The Importance Of Fitness by John Mac Did you know that if you are physically inactive that you increase your risk of heart disease by the same amount as if you smoked ? In the UK it is estimated...
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  • Thrombosis Introduction Thrombosis means the clotting of blood within an artery or a vein. This is always abnormal and is often dangerous, as it can reduce or...
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  • Tinnitus Introduction Tinnitus is the perception of noise in the ear or head, which is generated inside the body rather than coming from outside. Tinnitus is...
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  • Tonsillitis Introduction Tonsillitis is an inflammation of the tonsils, which are small glands located at the back of your throat. The function of these glands...
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  • Tourette's syndrome Introduction The full name of the condition is Gilles de la Tourette's Syndrome but it is usually called Tourette's Syndrome or just TS....
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  • Toxic shock syndrome Introduction Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) is a rare, acute and serious illness, affecting around 40 people in the UK each year. Anyone can...
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  • Tuberculosis Introduction Tuberculosis (TB) is an infection caused by a germ called the tubercle bacillus or Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Until effective...
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  • Typhoid fever Introduction Typhoid fever is a serious infection caused by the bacterium Salmonella typhi. It only affects humans and is acquired by eating food...
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  • Ultrasound scan Introduction Ultrasound scanning has become increasingly important as a way of scanning without using any radiation such as X-rays. Because it...
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  • Varicose veins Introduction Varicose veins are swollen, irregularly shaped veins that most commonly appear in the legs. They happen because the valves in the...
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  • Vertigo Introduction Vertigo is the sensation of spinning even when you are standing completely still. Your surroundings appear to be moving either vertically...
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  • weight loss information & advice
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  • Whiplash Introduction Whiplash is when a sudden movement or jolt to the body or head causes damage to the ligaments and tendons (the tissues that connect...
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  • Whooping cough Introduction Whooping cough, also known as pertussis is a very infectious disease that can cause death in babies, especially those under six...
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  • X-ray is an imaging technique that has been used since 1895 to show up abnormalities in bones and certain body tissue, such as breast tissue....
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  • NHS Direct Online Health Encyclopaedia Yellow fever Introduction Yellow fever is viral disease that occurs mainly in Africa and the Americas. It is passed to humans through the bites of mosquitoes...
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  • Tips on fitness & fitness equipment suppliers including exercise equipment, treadmill, exercise bike, home gym, fitness programs eg pilates and more.
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  • fitness equipment reviewed including treadmill, exercise bike, rowing machines, home gym, apparel & many more. Best prices online.
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  • fitness programs review including pilates, aerobics & step, which is best for you ?
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  • workout, how to get started on the road to fitness with a workout to suit yourself.
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  • Which is the best treadmill for you ? Some pointers to help you choose the best treadmill to suit your personal profile.
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  • Exercise bikes overview explaining what you should look out for in choosing one & why they are such a good as a form of exercise.
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  • Short-sightedness Introduction Myopia, (short-sightedness) is a vision defect resulting from the eye being too long from front to back, or from a steeply curved...
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