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How to Avoid the Most Preventable Cancer of All March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. The best way to avoid colon cancer is to get a colonoscopy. Start when you turn 50 (45 if you're African American, and earlier if colon cancer or polyps run in your family). Any precancerous polyps detected can be painlessly removed. This will reduce your colon cancer risk by 70 percent. cleveland clinic

Caitlin Harvilla 230-012 pin 1 This talks about Dyslexia and how it is overlooked in early childhood. There are many ways to test for it but schools often diagnose it as just a "learning disorder" which is vague and doesnt allow for the school to get to the root of Dyslexia.

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Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder

Always Sleeping In? It May Be a Sleep Disorder - Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder (DSPD) is often confused with insomnia. See if you or a loved one may have it.

Nathan stokan- Preschoolers do not need as much sleep as infants. Usually a preschooler sleeps 9-10 hours a night and naps 1-2 hours a day. Preschoolers cannot make up for lost sleep. A blanket or stuffed animal can help kids go to sleep.

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The 10 Most Outrageous Military Experiments

The Army did eventually develop hallucinogenic artillery rounds that could disperse powdered quinuclidinyl benzilate, which left many test subjects in a sleep-like condition for days. The National Academy of Sciences conducted a study in 1981 that found no ill effects from the testing, and Dr. James Ketchum published the first insider account of the research in his 2007 book "Chemical Warfare: Secrets Almost Forgotten."

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Sleep Apnea People with this sleep disorder have episodes when they stop breathing many times while they sleep. The breathing pauses last several seconds and trigger a switch from deep sleep to light sleep. These interruptions can lead to daytime sleepiness. Many people with sleep apnea don't know they have it. Snoring is a common warning sign, and a spouse may notice breathing pauses followed by a snort or gasp.

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