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The First Signs of Heart Disease: See Your Toes! Along With This Test

The heart is need for care and supervision Not everyone can afford to go to a cardiologist, but absolutely anyone can do this test, which we found for you from Russian Cardiology Heart disease is not always immediately to manifest clinically. It is possible to feel well, to be active, and suddenly died from a heart attack! Obesity, smoking and a sedentary lifestyle – these are the main …

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These cigarettes cause cancer, which is difficult to diagnose! Do you smoke them?

Cigarettes “light” and “slim” influence the development of lung cancer that is difficult to diagnose and which quickly progressing. Dr. Oguz Kilinc, a member of the working group on control of tobacco consumption association Torkas in Turkey, said that from tobacco consumption causes various diseases, including cancer. He added that ordinary cigarettes cause cancer of the bronchi, while the “slim” and “light” cause cancer of the peripheral …

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Diseases have odor. How smell diseases? Diabetes smells like acetone, liver cancer smells like …

Diseases have odor. How smell diseases? Diabetes smells like acetone, liver cancer smells like … Body odor and breath can be a sign of disease, say scientists in two separate studies in the Swedish Institute Karolinska and the American Center for the senses. The breath of people with diabetes smell like acetone, while those with liver disease smell like raw fish. People usually can not feel these …

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Proven! This Miraculous Mixture Treat Infections, Colds, Flu, Cramps, Diabetes and Cancer

We all know about the incredible healing powers that have these ingredients. Their healing properties have been revered for centuries. So today we present to you the great recipe for ginger tea, honey and cinnamon. What are the ingredients of this drink? – Water – A cup and a half of filtered water – Ginger – A small-sized piece – Cinnamon – An stick – Lemon juice …

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