‘Antidepressants left my face rotting’: Mother nearly died after suffering horrific allergic reaction to newly-prescribed medication

A mother was left fighting for her life after suffering a severe allergic reaction just weeks after beginning anti-depressants. Mpho Boadia, 36, was prescribed the mood lifters in January 2013 to help with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder following the sudden death of a friend in 2010. But just weeks later she developed a rash all over her body and face. Doctors believed she had chicken pox, but as the rash got worse and blisters began erupting all over her […]

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10 Things Everybody Should Know About Migraines

Not only is migraine more than “just a headache,” but the condition is also more than just the attacks. Consequently, migraine therapy must be more than just drugs for attack symptoms and living in fear of “triggers.” I’d like to encourage migraineurs to abandon their designated role as victims of a growing industry. Topple the terrible tyrant and terminate the terror! Join the Migraine Revolution! For those who aren’t familiar with migraines and the devastating effects they can have on […]

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Will Your Marriage Survive Menopause?

Over 60 percent of divorces are initiated by women in their 40s, 50s or 60s — the menopause years — according to a recent survey conducted by AARP Magazine. Why are women running away from marriage? I wasn’t even married when I slammed into menopause months before my wedding day at the age of 47. Despite being completely in love, I almost ran away and my fiance almost married bridezella! Experts say the number one reason for divorce is lack […]

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What to Do When You’re Told You Can’t Get a Vaccine Exemption

It’s well-known in this area that I am “in the know” when it comes to parental rights, vaccinations, and how to get your child out of them. People often contact me to figure out what they need to do and where they need to go to pick up one of those cherished exemption forms. Yesterday, I was contacted by a local mother who had attempted to get a religious exemption form in Missouri at their local health department but was told […]

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8 Home Remedies for Stomach Aches & Cramps

Stomach aches, also broadly called “abdominal pain,” are tricky things to find remedies for unless you know the cause. Ranging from indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome to gastritis and GERD, an aching tummy can stem from many things. Assuming you are dealing with an uncomplicated stomach ache, these remedies can help bring relief from the pain and discomfort that’s making you miserable. 1. Enjoy a Cup of Chamomile Tea Chamomile can help ease the pain of a stomach ache by […]

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11 Things To Remember If Your Love Someone With ALS

It is not easy to love someone who is sick; it is especially difficult when it comes to loving someone who has ALS. ALS is a motor-neuron disease, commonly known in the USA as Lou Gehrig’s disease. It strikes certain cells in the spinal cord and brain, making it difficult or even impossible to move. It starts by making a patient generally weak, unable to lift things and walk and then talk and even swallow. The disease is mostly diagnosed among […]

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10 Things Everyone Should Understand About HIV And AIDS

There are plenty of sexually transmitted infections out there. The saving grace of infections like chlamydia and gonorrhea is that they’re easy to get rid of with the right medication. But of the STIs that don’t yet have a cure, HIV and AIDS loom large. Over 1.2 million people in the United States have HIV, or human immunodeficiency virus, according to AIDS.gov. It seems like the scariest STI because when left untreated, the illness can progress and end up having […]

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Millions Have Dyslexia, Few Understand It

“It’s frustrating that you can’t read the simplest word in the world.” Thomas Lester grabs a book and opens to a random page. He points to a word: galloping. “Goll—. G—. Gaa—. Gaa—. G—. ” He keeps trying. It is as if the rest ­­of the word is in him somewhere, but he can’t sound it out. “I don’t … I quit.” He tosses the book and it skids along the table. Despite stumbling over the simplest words, Thomas — […]

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7 Sneaky Things Narcissists Say To Get You Back

Narcissists rarely ever admit to it, but all of your worst fears regarding your relationship are playing out just underneath the radar of your awareness. You know that ever-present, vague sense of dread you have in the pit of your stomach, wondering if they’re lying or telling the truth?  That’s your intuition, which can cause physical sensations in the body. However, empathic and intuitive people sometimes get themselves into trouble by not listening to their intuition, which is very common […]

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30 Red Flags of Manipulative People

There are a lot of phenomenal studies on the traits and characteristics of psychopaths. For professional research, check out Cleckley’s criteria or Hare’s psychopathy checklist. A quick Google search ought to do the trick. The red flags in this book are intended to supplement those resources. So what’s different about this list? Well, for one, it’s specifically about relationships. But it’s also about you. Each point requires introspection and self-awareness. Because if you want to spot toxic people, you cannot […]

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