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    The Cure

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    The time period of the world now is better than any other one throughout history. The world today is especially superior to the one in the 2000’s. This increase in human happiness and health is all due to the founding of the cure. The cure makes the world a better place to live in by allowing humans to live their lives the fullest without having to deal with the fear of pain. The early 21st century is called The Time of Pain by many historians. People all over the world died in agony, because

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    No Cure for AIDS

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    No Cure for AIDS What is AIDS? How do you cure it? Find out by reading this report on cures and preventions for the AIDS virus.  In  this report some of the topics covered will be a small report on AIDS, preventions, and possible cures. This report was written to prove if there is a cure for the AIDS virus, and if there are any ways to prevent contracting AIDS.  I mean who does AIDS think it is just killing people? AIDS is a virus that kills your immune system. The letters in AIDS stand

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    A Cure for Asthma

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    A Cure for Asthma While the reality of a cure for asthma is a long ways off, the idea keeps many asthmatics hopeful and healthy. A cure is far down the road, but possible and very real. Asthmatics should realize both of these statements are true and keep their feet planted firmly on the ground while dreaming of the possibilities. The media plays a large role in how people view the possibility of a cure. Sometimes, news articles portray the positive side of a cure, showing how new developments

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    Searching For A Cure

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    taxes. I beg to differ. I believe that another inevitability is soon coming – the cure for spinal cord injuries. Scientists have made many breakthroughs in the last 25 years in terms of spinal cord injuries. In past years when a person would get a spinal cord injury, there was pretty much no hope for them to regain any function or movement that was lost, unless some sort of miracle took place. Today, there is still no cure; however, experiments are being done that have shown promising results. Stem cell

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    A Cure For Shyness?

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    A Cure For Shyness? Many of us experience a pounding heartbeat or shaking when faced with a public situation, especially if we think we are going to be judged by others. When does this cross the line between normal and a mores serious disorder? Social anxiety disorder, a relatively newly recognized disorder by the psychiatric profession, involves many of the same symptoms as shyness. What makes the difference between a case of the jitters and a real disorder? Social Anxiety Disorder was first

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    in the beginning of their life set them up for the rest of their lives. The Cure, formed their band in 1976, two years after they issued their first song. The Cure has five members, but four of them have a history with each other, the fifth member joined in 2012. The four members are Robert Smith, Roger O'Donnell, Simon Gallup, and Jason Cooper. Roger Smith was born on April 21st, 1959 and was the guitarist for The Cure. Roger O'Donnell is a musician and a composer, he was raised in a musical family

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    The Cure: A Short Story

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    if I forgot about it, it would just go away,” Wren cried. “I guess I was wrong,” I uncrumpled the thick, letter and read it. The letter from Governor Cinder stated that Wren had been chosen to be part of the The Cure. The same operation my brother, Dante, died from two years ago. The Cure is a vaccine designed to help people live longer and be healthier. Those who recently turned

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    An Ounce Of Cure

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    As the old saying goes, “an ounce of cure is worth a pound of prevention”. I believe that this is what the author thought of when choosing the title for this story. There is a lot of wisdom found in these words that is usually only realized after the fact. This reminds me of another old saying that I think also applies to this story – “Hindsight is twenty-twenty”. How many times have we thought, “if only I knew then what I know now”? Would we have made the same choices? This question is difficult

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    AIDS: The Search for a Cure 788,400 minutes In 1999 the New York health department released figures indicating that after diagnosis of full blown AIDS, patients had an average of 19 months left to live: 788,400 minutes. These figures with only about 20 years of knowledge to work with: the AIDS virus didn’t start appearing in the United States until the late seventies, and was unacknowledged until the 80’s, making AIDS research a relatively new field. First stigmatized and associated with

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    Cure for Axillary Hyperhydrosis

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    Cure for Axillary Hyperhydrosis Sweating is a natural process for all animals. Broadly speaking, we sweat so that our brains do not overheat. The brain can easily overheat if the temperature rises too high because it consumes a very large amount (twenty percent) of our metabolic energy. The brain and temperature relationship is extremely sensitive because it has been studied that brain damage is apparent if the brain temperature is raised to 106 degrees Fahrenheit. Therefore, in order for

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