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7
Aug

PCOS and Nutrition in Peoria

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a common hormonal disorder among women who are of reproductive age. In general, PCOS affects women by inducing infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods combined with excess male hormone (androgen) levels. Oftentimes, ovulation is irregular or nonexistent. A woman’s ovaries may also develop numerous small collections of fluid. The cause of PCOS is quite frankly, unknown.
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3
Aug

Бонус Плей Амо: выгодные предложения для пользователей

Промоакции, стартовые бонусы для новых игроков, спецпредложения Бонус Плей Амо дает возможность пользователям не только прокачать уровень игрового мастерства, но и умножить свои выигранные средства при минимальных расходах на ставки. На сайте постоянно обновляются всевозможные промоакции, и уже после первого взноса пользователь сможет воспользоваться своим стартовым бонусом!    Выгодные условия дают возможность привлечь новых клиентов, выступить в роли отличного конкурента

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22
Jul

Hormone Therapy for Men

With aging comes many changes for both men and women. For men, it can become debilitating. When you begin to notice a lowered libido, lack of drive and more tiredness, you might need to turn to a hormone therapy center. Choosing to pursue hormone therapy if you are a man has many benefits. As you age, you naturally lose testosterone
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5
Jul

Stay Healthy: Tips from Your Family Clinic

Keeping your family healthy and safe can be overwhelming at times. From busy schedules, to work meetings and making a healthy dinner, there is a lot to consider. With obesity on the rise in our children and preventable disease like diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure, the stakes have never been higher. Your family clinic believes one thing very
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20
Jun

How to Take Advantage of the Potential Meat Shortage

Across the country, Americans are noticing the continued bare shelves of meat and/or the hike in prices for the staples of poultry, beef, pork and other meats. There has been whispers and rumors of an upcoming meat shortage. This is due in part to many meat processing plants being shut down due to Covid-19 outbreaks. Without a facility to process
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5
Jun

How to Protect Your Health Through Preventive Health Care

In America, seven out of ten deaths are attributed to chronic diseases like heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Did you know that many of these chronic diseases are preventable? They can also be caught early through regular screenings. Even with regular screenings, there are many things you can start doing today to protect your health through preventive health care. Here
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23
May

How to Shop Safely Even After the Covid-19 Pandemic Slows

Nationwide, Americans are being urged to stay home. The Covid-19 pandemic has created uncertainty and unprecedented attempts to squash this virus. The biggest thing we can do as a nation is to stay at home unless our jobs are essential. We are asked to not congregate in groups and stay at least 6 feet apart when we do go near
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6
May

Are There Treatments and Cures for Covid-19?

In a world consumed by the pandemic of Covid-19, social distancing, and self quarantines, one can only hope that a wave of treatments and cures hits us before another wave of this deadly virus. The problem with many potential treatments is that there simply is not enough evidence to move forward with using them routinely. So, are there treatments and
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24
Apr

Risks Your Healthcare Specialist Won’t Take and Neither Should You!

Science and technology has provided an amazing path for the human race to live longer, have improved quality of life and ultimately flourish. The downfall comes with the side effects of technology. For instance, the first people to use x-ray machines had no idea what long-term effects were in store for them. Today, the same thing applies as there are
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1
Apr

Covid-19 Peoria

Staying Safe Around Covid-19 in Peoria Staying safe around Covid-19 in Peoria has made life somewhat difficult and completely unpredictable. Never before have we, as a nation, shut down and stayed home for so long. Never before have the shelves gone bare at the local grocery stores, or have lacked so much in toilet paper. Never before have public schools
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