Accutane Side Effects Lawyer: Hair Loss, Depression, Suicide

You probably know the drug isotretinoin by its trade name, accutane. Accutane is a powerful drug often used to treat. Unlike other acne treatments, which are simply antibacterial agents, accutane…

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The Seriousness of Depression

Just about everywhere I went out on the Internet, I found these two words together and were almost companions…”depression and suicide!” The stigma associated with mental illness in this country…

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Give Me Accutane or Give Me Death: The Politics of Prescriptions

Any teenager will tell you that acne can drive you crazy, but is it dismal enough to drive you to kill yourself? Since its market debut in 1982, enraged parents…

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Chronic Pain and Suicide – Paging Dr. Kevorkian

The connection between chronic pain and thoughts of suicide is a strong one. Studies have shown that as many as 50% of people with chronic non-malignant (non-cancer) pain have thought…

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How Stress Impacts Your Vital Organs

Stress affects just about everyone’s daily lives. It can affect your body in ways that can have a long lasting impact on your health. Here are some ways it can…

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Inflammation and Heart Disease

Numerous studies have shown that chronic inflammation may be the catalyst for heart disease. For decades doctors have viewed heart disease in terms of plaque build up and clogged arteries….

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Diabetes and Oxidative Stress – Complicating the Complications

About 30.3 million Americans, 9.4% of the population, have diabetes. 7.2 million of those people remain undiagnosed which means blood sugar is not being controlled. Almost 3 times that number…

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The Major Risk Factors of Heart Disease

You should always keep in mind that whatever actions you do today can either help to prevent, delay or minimize the effect of heart disease or worsen it. The key…

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PVCs and Heart Palpitations: Your Best Options to Stop Suffering

A few months ago I started to suffer from severe PVCs (Premature Ventricular Contractions – commonly referred to as heart palpitations), as well as from some angina symptoms: I soon…

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Laughing Matters – Exploring The Connection Between Humour And Health

In the 1960s, Norman Cousins was diagnosed with a crippling and potentially fatal collagen disease. In response, Cousins undertook a regime that included plenty of vitamin C and positive emotions…

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