The 4 Phases of a Migraine Headache
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The 4 Phases of a Migraine Headache

Migraine headaches are widespread well-known condition. Research suggests that they are the most common of all the primary headaches types. Migraines go through these 4 phases. Phase 1: Prodromal. This phase can occurred several hours before the upset of pain, symptoms include mood swings unusual food cravings and compulsive yawning. Phase 2: Aura. This next […]

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Diabetes and the body | Diabetes UK
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Diabetes and the body | Diabetes UK

In this film we’re going to explain how your body processes the food you eat in order to provide all your body cells with the energy they need, and also what happens when you have diabetes and this system doesn’t work properly. When you eat food that contains carbohydrate it’s broken down in the stomach […]

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5 Weird Ways To Cure A Headache
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5 Weird Ways To Cure A Headache

You don’t need a PhD to cure an H-E-A-D-ache! Let’s talk about that. ♪ (theme music) ♪ – Good! Mythical! Morning! – All right. If you’ve got a headache, – you’ve come to the right place. – I don’t. If you don’t have a headache but you get headaches, well, you’ve still come to the […]

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Monosodium glutamate
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Monosodium glutamate

Savory foods are inherently delicious—but have you ever wondered why? In 1908, a Japanese professor pondered this question when exploring what made kelp broth taste so good. He recognized a unique taste in it, that was different from the four well-known tastes of sweet, sour, bitter, and salty. It turns out that glutamate, an amino […]

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Living with Hypertension
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Living with Hypertension

Wallace: I went into the emergency room for another problem. I had chest pains and I went in for that, and once I found out I was in there for chest pains it just turned out to be gas in my chest but they told me I had, I was a diabetic and I had […]

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