What Causes Vitamin E Deficiency * Symptoms & Remedies

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What Causes Vitamin E Deficiency * Symptoms & Remedies

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Jan 23,2015
Health Care

Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin. It is an important vitamin required for the proper function of many organs in the body. It is also an antioxidant. Lack of Vitamin E occurs rarely but deficiency can cause some serious illness. Even over doses of Vitamin E will cause serious troubles. What are the Symptoms

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Health Benefits of Vitamin E – Sources & Function

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Jan 23,2015
Health Care

Vitamin E is a fat soluble vitamin. It is an important vitamin required for the proper function of many organs in the body. It is also an antioxidant. As an antioxidant, vitamin E provides some protection against heart disease, cancer, atherosclerosis, inflammatory diseases like arthritis and other effects of aging. Antioxidants provide protection against diseases

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How to Use Mouthwash? Uses & Side Effects of Mouth Rinse

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Jan 21,2015
Dental Care

Mouth wash is also known as mouth rinse or oral rinse. The traditional purpose of mouth wash is to eliminate the bad breath but now there are therapeutic mouth washes available that help in reducing the bacteria in the mouth. Mouth wash is not meant to be a substitute for proper oral hygiene techniques. If

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Effect of Tongue Thrust in Children

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Jan 8,2015
Child Care,Dental Care

Tongue thrust also called as reverse swallow or immature swallow.  In recent years the tongue thrust problems and the resultant oral features have come to the forefront of the progressive, clinical orthodontist’s attention. If the tongue was observed thrusting between and the teeth did not close in centric occlusion during swallowing, it was specified that

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Mouth Breathing During Sleep in Children Causes & Effects

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Jan 6,2015
Dental Care

Effect of mouth breathing in children Mouth breathing in children is far more serious than most people assume. If your child consistently breathes through mouth, take the child to a doctor or dentist for evaluation. Mouth breathing can have serious, lifelong effects and most children will require some form of treatment. Mouth breathing can cause

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