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Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency

  What Is Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency? Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (alpha-1) is a genetic disease, meaning it’s passed down from your parents. It can cause serious lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. It can also cause liver disease that leads to jaundice, which makes your skin look yellowish. There’s ...

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Suddenly Hungry All the Time? This Might Be Why

There are both physical and psychological reasons your appetite could change even when it seems your eating and exercise routine have not. First, check the calendar: Hunger can come and go with your menstrual cycle. The week before your period, your levels of progesterone peak, and along with that often comes a tendency to overeat; ...

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Could gene editing eliminate the herpes virus?

Annoying cold sores and fever blisters are often what come to mind when people think of the herpes virus. But far worse are blindness, birth defects and cancer which have also been linked to a very common form of a virus that up to 90 percent of Americans have been ...

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23 High-Protein Breakfasts to Keep You Full All Morning

Most of us have no problem getting in our daily dose of protein—in fact, we might be consuming even more of it than we need. But it turns out it’s not just about how much protein we eat. Studies show that the way we distribute our intake through the day ...

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Home Remedies for Smooth Skin

Smooth skin can be achieved using natural ways. The texture of your skin, pigmentation and tone can be improved with the help of some natural ingredients. Many of the time we are not aware of what miracle a simple ingredient in your kitchen cabinet can do for you. Here is ...

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20 Quick Methods to Get Rid of Razor Bumps Fast

Medically known as pseudofolliculitis barbae, razor bumps are nothing but small and irritated bumps on the skin. They generally happen after you shave and the strands of your hair start curling and growing into the skin itself, resulting in razor bumps. These bumps can also get infected, resulting in immense ...

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