In this section, I will attempt to bring to you new views and alternatives to various health conditions. We can also examine better ways to live our lives, ways that can be dis-ease free!

And we can start by examining the power belief has to keep you healthy.

Alzheimer's

By: Michael Manion Topics: #Alzheimer's #Health Page Views: 331
All about Alzheimer's disease.

This degenerative disorder is a form of mental dementia. It used to be called senility, now called dementia, it is characterized by problems with remembering, reasoning and cognition (thinking). Alzheimer's Disease was first identified in 1907 by a German neurologist named Alois Alzheimer, it is characterized by a progressive failure of mental functioning, including loss of the ability to communicate or concentrate, accompanied by personality changes and mood swings. It seems to affect a person's ability to remember small things at first; but usually comes to include physical functions as well. These begin with such things as bowel and bladder control, and can grow to include an inability to walk or even move.

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Cancer

By: Michael Manion Topics: #Cancer #Health Page Views: 1737
All about cancer.

The name Cancer is from the Latin and means crab. This, in turn, is derived from the Greek for "crab", kankinos. Cancerous growths have tentacle structures that surround them and appeared to those of antiquity as the claws of a crab.

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Gallbladder

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All about your gallbladder.

The gallbladder is a small organ, three to four inches long, located directly beneath the liver. It acts as a bile reservoir; it concentrates bile. During digestion, the gall bladder contracts and secretes its bile in order for the small intestine to digest fats. Bile is secreted from the gall bladder through what is called the cystic duct into the common bile duct, and, finally, into the small intestine.

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Headaches

By: Michael Manion Topics: #Headaches #Health Page Views: 4853
All about headaches.

It can be a small, singular pain in the area of the head. It can be a massive affected area, or the whole head. It can be a minor annoyance, or a symptom of a life-threatening illness. It can be a simple distraction, or so all-enveloping that not one thought other than that of anguish can fit with it in that throbbing, pounding, skull.

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