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    Hearsay About Earwax

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    Resistant Hypertension

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    Laryngitis: Inflammation of the Larynx

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    Spinal Cord Stimulation Therapy

    If back surgery fails to relieve your back pain, you may want to think about electoral stimulation of the spine.

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    Treating Allergies with
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    Honey: Medicinal Properties

    Find out if honey belongs not just in the pantry, but in your medicine cabinet as well.

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    Hormone Therapy for Menopause Symptoms

    Learn about hormone therapy, including estrogen for treating menopause symptoms and hot flashes, during menopause and into the postmenopausal period.

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    Yoga for Scoliosis

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    Vaginal Dryness: Causes and Treatments

    Learn what causes vaginal dryness and how at-home remedies are the first line of defense.