Monthly Archives September 2014

OVER-USE OF ANTIBIOTICS

Antibiotics only work for bacterial infections.  Antibiotics have no effect on viruses.  So often however, antibiotics are prescribed for viral infections, such as the common cold or flu, or when patients are just fed up with all the symptoms of
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DAILY MEASURES TO PREVENT MEMORY LOSS

Some form of physical activity/exercise each and every day   Intake of healthy fats, especially DHA (omega 3)    Vitamin E in your diet    Limit intake of sugar and fructose   Eat blueberries   Lots of vegetables of all
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ROSACEA

This is a chronic inflammatory skin condition and is often confused or mistaken for  acne, exzema or a type of skin allergy.  It is most common amongst fair skinned people – men and women, but generally is more severe in
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WHEAT FLOUR (GLUTEN) ALTERNATIVES

The protein, gluten, found in wheat flour is responsible for the spongy texture in breads, cakes and muffins.  There are alternatives to wheat flour, but no exact substitute – thus recipes using such alternatives, will not turn out identical as
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