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Eye Disorders - Types of Vision Problems and Causes
there are various causes for vision problems. some of them are due to birth defects such as strabismus (crossed eyes), cataract, eyelid turned in, amblyopia, blindness, refractive errors, and coloboma.

Home Remedies for Bleeding Gums (pyorrhea)
pyorrhea is a condition associated with bleeding from gums. pyorrhea is attributed to an attack of a bacillus on the teeth and gums. the bacillus survives and breeds on the depositing of food particles that get stored within the gaps of teeth. this is caused due to lack of exercise of the gums. maintaining good oral hygiene, flossing, scaling, and proper brushing of teeth can prevent pyorrhea.

Home Remedies for Weight Loss
obesity has become a very common problem all over the world nowadays. obesity is a condition in which a person has excessive fat stored in the body and the body mass index (bmi) is above 30. this happens due to unhealthy lifestyle that may lead to several health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, heart failures, and respiratory illness. to overcome this obesity problem, it is important that you make changes in your life style such as daily routine, eating habits, proper sleep, and regular exercises, walking and meditation will benefit one’s overall health.

Hair Structure and Hair Growth Cycle
understanding hair growth cycle and its facts is very important as there are various myths about how hair grows. there are 3 phases of hair growth cycle and these phases keep repeating. a person on an average grows about 1/2 inch of hair every month.

Home Remedies for High Blood Pressure
high blood pressure occurs due to the pressure of the blood in the arteries. blood pressure (hypertension) is recorded as the systolic pressure (as the heart beats) over the diastolic pressure (time between two beats). a consistent blood pressure (bp) reading of 140/90 mm hg or higher is considered as high blood pressure. when untreated, high blood pressure may cause strokes, heart attacks, kidney failures, and brain and eye injuries.

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