lyme disease

Evidence Mounts Implicating Lyme Disease in the Autism Epidemic

PRWEB) November 7, 2007 — A new article in Medical Hypotheses, “The association between tick-borne infections, Lyme Borreliosis and autism spectrum disorders” was released this week. Robert Bransfield, M.D., the main author collaborated with top doctors in both fields on this paper such as Jeff Wulfman, M.D., William T. Harvey, M.D. and AnjuUsman, M.D.

The summary of the article

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sleep disorder

7 Painless Ways to Handle Your Sleep Disorder

Occasionally, anybody may find it difficult to sleep well at night for whatever reasons but if it is experienced a bit too frequently, it needs to be treated, because the human body essentially requires good sleep to rejuvenate itself.

People who are unable to sleep restfully at night have low energy level during the day and feel fatigued. This state of affairs can be the cause of many disorders

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American Pregnancy Association Reports Millions of Women Annually In Question About Pregnancy Symptoms

Irving, TX (PRWEB) April 24, 2007 — For six million women a year the symptoms of pregnancy are followed by a positive pregnancy test, but for at least another six million women annually, symptoms are not what they seem.

That’s largely because the first tell-tale signs of pregnancy can be caused by many other factors like tension or stress, changing or stopping hormonal contraceptive use

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Breast Enhancement Surgery

Breast enlargement surgery, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), was the fourth most popular invasive surgical procedure among cosmetic plastic surgeries performed in 2000. In a press release dated July 12, 2001, the ASPS says that breast augmentation was performed on 212,500 women last year.

Meanwhile, millions of women have been subjected to the ill effects of these modern

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