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Natural Treatments for Menopause and Fatigue

Natural Treatments for Menopause and Fatigue

Introduction to Menopause and Fatigue The onset of menopause signals the ending of a woman’s reproductive cycle. Menopause actually begins after the women’s last period. This event marks the culmination of several years of peri-menopausal changes during which hormones secreted by the ovaries (estrogen and progesterone) gradually decline. Peri- and menopausal symptoms vary considerably from […]

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Receptor Related Disorders and Progesterone Side Effects

Receptor Related Disorders and Progesterone Side Effects

 In cellular biology, a receptor is a protein molecule usually found embedded within the plasma membrane surface of a cell. Its job is to receive chemical molecules (also called ligands) that can include peptides, neurotransmitters, and hormones. Once coupled like a key fitting into a lock, a specific series of tissue responses are initiated and […]

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Coconut Juice Benefits: Not Just a Drink

Coconut Juice Benefits: Not Just a Drink

Coconut juice, also called “nariyal pani” in the Hindi language, is the transparent liquid found in young, green coconuts. Coconut juice benefits are often highlighted in commercials as a natural replacement for sports drinks. These commercials point out that the juice comes with low levels of calories, carbs, and fat, and are an excellent replacer of electrolytes. […]

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Marijuana Effects on the Brain

Marijuana Effects on the Brain

While it has become the most commonly used drug in the United States, the consequences marijuana has on the body are simply bewildering. Marijuana is the dried leaves, stems, flowers, and seeds of the Cannabis Sativa plant. More than 200 medical conditions have been demonstrated to be enhanced by its usage. Marijuana effects on the […]

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Health Benefits of Hand Clapping

Health Benefits of Hand Clapping

Hand clapping is a universal gesture. From the time a baby first learns the coordination required to clap his or her hands at only a few months of age, there will be many occasions in that baby’s life that lead to hand clapping. This universal gesture will be used at times of great joy, like […]

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