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Water drinking
How Many Liters of Water Should You Drink per Day? Water is the main chemical component of our body. The human being can survive much longer without consuming food than without drinking water. We need much water, that around 60% of our body weight is made just for her.
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Nutrition   Article saved: 16 July 2015
 
Sleeping baby
How to Avoid Sudden Death of Babies The syndrome of sudden infant death (SIDS) is the leading cause of death in infants under 1 year of life. It is characterized by a sudden death frame, unexpectedly and without apparent cause, which occurs usually during nighttime sleep of an apparently healthy baby.
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General Health   Article saved: 29 March 2016
 
Getting pregnant
How to Get Pregnant Faster Couples who want to get pregnant are usually unwilling to wait several months to achieve this goal. Most women can wait up to two or three menstrual cycles without stressing too much about their fertility. However, as time goes by, and the couple can not get pregnant, insecurities begin to emerge.
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Pregnancy   Article saved: 27 September 2017
 
AIDS
How to handle AIDS?
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AIDS is an infectious disease transmitted by a virus called HIV. To have AIDS a person must be infected with HIV, as AIDS does not exist without the presence of virus.
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Viral diseases   Article saved: 26 August 2013
 
Boy or girl?
How to Know Baby's Sex - It's A Boy Or Girl? Since the world is world, curiosity about the baby's sex is almost universal among prospective parents. Once the couple discovers that the woman is pregnant, the first question that invariably comes to mind is: will be a boy or girl?
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Pregnancy   Article saved: 27 March 2016
 
Physical activity for weight loss
How to Lose Weight in Healthy Way Obesity is one of the largest epidemics in the world, showing steady growth in the last decades. The treatment of obesity requires a combination of three factors: diet, exercise and changes in lifestyle. Eventually it becomes necessary to use weight loss remedies. In more severe cases, bariatric surgery may be indicated.
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Weight Loss   Article saved: 19 February 2018
 
Measurement blood pressure
How to Measure Blood Pressure Properly Hypertension is more common diseases of mankind, affecting about 20% of the adult population and more than 50% of the elderly. Because it is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and for being a disease that causes no symptoms in most cases, hypertension received the nickname "silent killer".
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Hypertension   Article saved: 14 March 2016
 
Baby cramps
How to Relieve the Baby Cramps The occurrence of cramps in the first months of life is a very common condition, affecting about 1 in 2 babies under 4 months.
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General Health   Article saved: 27 July 2016
 
Dandruff
How to Stop Dandruff Dandruff is a very common problem, characterized by itching and peeling of the skin in the region of the scalp. Although dandruff is neither contagious nor severe, its presence can be embarrassing and sometimes difficult to treat. Although poorly seen, dandruff is not necessarily a sign of lack of personal hygiene.
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Skin diseases   Article saved: 03 December 2017
 
Respiratory system
How to Stop Hiccup The hiccup is the result of a sudden and involuntary contraction of the diaphragm muscle, which is located between the thorax and the abdomen.
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General Health   Article saved: 26 July 2017
 
Stop snoring device
How to Stop Snoring The act of snoring, also called snoring, is extremely common and affects about 40% of the population on a recurring basis. Snoring arises every time that breathing during sleep is partially clogged, causing the passage of air through the airway causes vibrations in the tissues around.
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Insomnia   Article saved: 11 November 2015
 
Contraceptive pills
How to Take Contraceptive Pills The contraceptive pill, also called oral contraceptive, is a method of birth control since the 1960s. If taken correctly, the contraceptive pill has a failure rate of only 0.1%. However, in real life, due to mistakes in taking the medicine, about 9% of women who use the pill end up becoming pregnant, especially in the first year of use.
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Pregnancy   Article saved: 24 April 2017
 

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