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Horace Fletcher (1849–1919), a self-taught American nutritionist, was known as ‘the great masticator’ for his advice that one must chew each mouthful of food 32 times before swallowing. Horace had…

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Coughing is an important bodily function. Normally the cilia, or the tiny hairs that line the airways, move in unison (like a ‘Mexican wave’) and transport mucus and particles up…

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Cradle Cap

See Dandruff

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See Muscle Cramps

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Crohn’s Disease

See Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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Cystitis, also known as a urinary tract infection (UTI), is quite common in women and young girls and frankly, can be described as like ‘weeing razor blades’. Caused by a…

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Dandruff is a condition whereby the skin of the scalp sheds in white scales. Dandruff is not contagious, nor is it a sign of poor hygiene, but it can be…

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Degenerative Joint Disease

See Arthritis, Osteoarthritis

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For a rainbow to be a rainbow, all the colours must be there – from bright yellow to sombre indigo. A depressed mood is part of being human, but depression…

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See Eczema, Dermatitis

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Formerly known as non-insulin dependent diabetes, type 2 diabetes is a condition where the blood-sugar levels are high. It affects around 250 million people worldwide, mostly in affluent countries where…

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The Aztec two-step and Montezuma’s revenge sound like a heap of fun, unless it’s you. Diarrhoea is the frequent passing of watery faeces and it’s nature’s way of ridding the…

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Digestion, Poor

See Flatulence and Bloating

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Diverticulosis is a condition whereby small pockets or pouches appear within the colon. If these pockets become inflamed and infected, the condition escalates to becoming a diverticulitis attack. Your -osis…

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Duodenal Ulcer

See Stomach Ulcer

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See Period, Painful

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See Heartburn

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Ear Infections

The causative germ for an ear infection can be viral, bacterial or possibly fungal, in which case it becomes the equivalent of ‘jock itch’ of the ear or ‘ear thrush’.…

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