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The Truth About the Lyme Disease Epidemic

…remove the tick as soon as possible, and treat the skin around the bite with alcohol. Be alert for symptoms. * From 3 to 30 days afterward: the bull’s-eye rash at the site of the bite (in half of the cases); fever; chills; headache; muscle and/or joint pain; fatigue. * From days to weeks afterward: multiple…

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The Health Benefits of Chia

…quercetin—that protect it from rancidity. Chia has been used as food for thousands of years without any problems. It stores without refrigeration or special care. It digests easily without having to be ground. And, unlike other grains, there are no reports of allergic reactions. How Chia Helps With Diabetes One…

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Massage Away Diabetic Lesions

…the target of the bulls-eye. Just around the outside borders of that red center, you will frequently find an area of pus formation. This area is then surrounded by a rim of swollen tissue which forms the outer boundary. To promote healing in the ulcer, gently and carefully massages the red center of…

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