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Wednesday, 2 November 2016  |  Editor
Can this product help with Diffuse Hair Loss?

Chronic Telogen Effluvium (Diffuse Hair Loss), predominantly affects women but can also happen to men. It can be caused by a lack of certain nutrients or as a side effect of illnesses including anaemia and thyroid conditions. Another common trigger of this persistent hair loss condition is stress either as a result of sudden shock or trauma, including emotional stresses such as divorce or a bereavement or it can be due to prolonged stresses like pressure of work or family life. 

The condition displays as thinning hair all over the scalp and lasts for six months or more – in some cases this can appear gradually over a number of years. However, it can be treated.

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Monday, 4 April 2016  |  Editor
Statins do cause muscle pain, scientists conclude

Statins really do cause painful muscle cramps, scientists have found, vindicating hundreds of thousands of people who have repeatedly claimed to have suffered debilitating side-effects.

Researchers say that alternative treatments are just as effective and should be prescribed to people who cannot tolerate the cholesterol-lowering drugs. Around 17.5 million people are currently eligible for statins in Britain meaning that most men over 60 and women over 65 are offered the drug by GPs. But many stop taking the pills within a year

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Tuesday, 23 June 2015  |  Editor
About Head Lice Treatment

Treatments which effectively eliminate head lice will not require the use of a nit comb as the dead insects will drop out while washing the hair (one cannot defy the law of gravity! ? if the insects are dead, they have no power of attaching themselves to hair and they have to drop out). This article discusses 14 facts and fictions about head lice treatment

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Tuesday, 23 June 2015  |  Editor
Head Lice Facts and faction

Treatments which effectively eliminate head lice will not require the use of a nit comb as the dead insects will drop out while washing the hair (one cannot defy the law of gravity! ? if the insects are dead, they have no power of attaching themselves to hair and they have to drop out)

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Tuesday, 23 June 2015  |  Editor
Head Lice Prevention

Parasitic infestation is not a "normal” or acceptable part of life. It carries various health risks and can seriously affect one’s quality of life. In rich, developed countries such as the UK, children should not be exposed to head lice on a daily basis. It is difficult to imagine how the infestation was allowed to deteriorate so much as to reach epidemic proportions. Parents should not be put in a position where they constantly have to spend money on endless potions and lotions in order to treat and protect their children and themselves form parasites. Parents are often too eagerly blamed by the head lice treatment manufacturers for being incompetent and not applying the products correctly.

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Tuesday, 23 June 2015  |  Editor
Head Lice - What they don't always tell you!

There is no need to check for infestation by daily nit combing with conditioner. In many countries people check dry hair (once or twice a week is enough) and look for live nits (eggs), which are attached to the hair and are much easier to spot than head lice. If live eggs are found, logically, there must be a louse to have laid it and therefore treatment is required (and because the nits will hatch!). This "child friendly procedure" takes only a few minutes, does not require washing hair, pulling with a fine-tooth comb, irritating the scalp or spending money on a conditioner. It can be easily done when children watch TV or have a chat with mum or dad. That way the threat of infestation is turned into something positive where the parent makes time to be with a child for this "grooming" procedure in a stress free situation. No better time for bonding, after all, monkeys do it daily and seem to enjoy it - why shouldn't we humans.

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