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Dealing with Presbyopia: When the Print Gets Too Small

You’ve seen them, those people who are stretching their arms just as far as it they can go to read the menu. Heck, you may even be one of them. Do you know why people have to do this to read fine print? It’s called presbyopia and it eventually happens to everyone as a natural consequence of aging. It’s caused by the lens of the eye losing its elasticity, which means that it just can’t focus on things that are up close the way it could when it was younger. While presbyopia can be quite irritating, especially because it is yet another sign of aging, there are some things that can be done to help alleviate this lack of focus.
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Introducing Plaquex

Introducing Plaquex An Innovative New Treatment Combats Cardiovascular Disease on a Cellular Level When it comes to cardiovascular health, conventional wisdom...
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Take Control of Your Vaginal Health

A visit to the gynecologist is disconcerting enough, what with someone poking around in your nether regions and all. However, the following information will make sure you are informed and have a better understanding of the common issues, exam guidelines and how to take a more active role in your own vaginal health.
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Healthy Sleep Tips

Healthy Sleep Tips Sometimes it’s difficult to fall asleep or to have a good night’s sleep. Unfortunately for some people, it happens far too often. To improve...
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Down the Rabbit Hole

In a society obsessed with diets, body image and popularity, eating disorders seem to provide an answer to some people’s feelings of depression and low self-esteem. Unfortunately, though, eating disorders are a mystery that may not have a happy ending. Much like Alice as she begins her journey, once you begin the path down the rabbit hole of an eating disorder, it is difficult to come out on the other side, no matter how young or old you are.
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Eye Care and What You Should Know

Often we take our sight for granted. Many diseases and disorders that can cause loss of vision, if caught early in their development, are treatable. Regular eye exams with a trained Ophthalmologist or a Doctor of Optometry are the keys to keeping your eyes healthy and ensuring that problems are diagnosed quickly. Make regular eye exams a habit.
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