What Kind Of HIV Test Should You Take

Welcome back! In the two previous articles we learned about how HIV is transmitted and what are the symptoms of infection. On this one we’ll see how an HIV infection is diagnosed. The last two turned out to be very long so I’m going to make this one short and to the point. Tests for [...]

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HIV Symptoms – 3 Red Lights That Tell You To Get Tested

AIDS symptoms appear relatively late in an HIV infection. The infection usually doesn’t get diagnosed until it’s full-blown AIDS, because HIV affects the body in a very specific way that causes a wide range of problems. On the first article in this series I explained the basic structure of the HIV virus and its life [...]

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HIV Transmission Process And 6 Busted Myths About It

What is AIDS? Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), may finally have a cure. This has been a sangrĂ©al for health scientists around the globe for many years now. HIV is a retrovirus, and Retroviruses in general are very hard to fight because they create an “all around” kind of [...]

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Omega 3 – 7 Things It Can Do For You

Omega 3 Fatty Acids Omega 3 is a certain group of polyunsaturated fatty acids in our body. Fatty acids are considered “good fats” and they occur when fats are broken down. Fatty acids are organic, not highly soluble in water and they can be used by most cells as a source of energy. They have [...]

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Male Pattern Baldness – Why You’ll Keep Losing Your Hair

What is Male Pattern Baldness? Male Pattern Baldness?is a medical condition that affects many men and women, and some primates as well. In medical terms, it is known as Androgenic Alopecia (AGA). The reason for it is still unclear, but there are several hypotheses about it. Among those estimated causes are genetics, stress and hormones. [...]

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10 Reasons To Start A Gluten Free Diet

What is gluten and what foods contain gluten Gluten is a protein found in foods processed from wheat and many other grains. It’s basically what gives dough its texture ??before baking, it’s what makes the dough elastic, and it helps it keep its shape. While baking it contributes to helping the dough rise by thickening [...]

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Do You Have Vitamin D Deficiency?

Vitamin D deficiency is a very popular search topic on the internet, and as a result, there is an incredible amount of informative websites regarding this topic. In fact, the variety is so vast, people have trouble finding the information they’re looking for so I’ve decided to sum it all up for you. What is [...]

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Cymbalta Withdrawal Symptoms – From Brain Zaps To Bipolarity

Cymbalta is the commercial name of duloxetine, an SNRI (Serotonin-Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitor) commonly used to treat cases of severe depression and sometimes chronic pain that originates from the nervous system or diabetes related issues. While this medication does a lot of good, withdrawing from it could get pretty ugly. The process may differ from one [...]

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The Higgs Boson Experiment – What Is The God Particle?

  People interested in PHYSICS?! Apparently it happens sometimes. You’ve probably heard about the huge media buzz that was formed around the field of physics recently, upon the detection of a subatomic particle that has the behavioral attributes of the Higgs boson, a.k.a. “the God particle”. This discovery, made in Switzerland at the large hadron [...]

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Day Jobs Suck So… I’m Quitting. For Life.

Having a day job sucks My name is Itay Rijensky. At the time I am writing this (July 10, 2012) I am 25 years old and I have a day job as the manager of a computers and electronics store in Nesher, Israel. I hate my day job, my day job sucks. That’s why I’ve [...]

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