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 Zinc Co-Factor for Acne?

Answer Acne---those horrid, oily little bumps and blemishes that mar the face, chest and back---does not discriminate. It affects nearly three-quarters of the population. Clinicians have been searching fo... Read More »
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How to Cure Acne With Zinc?

Acne has a variety of causes. While blocked pores, bacteria, dead skin and excessive oil are all contributing factors, other causes may be changes in hormonal levels or diet. Acne affects people in... Read More »
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About Using Zinc to Help Treat Acne?

Many remedies claim to cure acne. Some acne sufferers use home remedies such as ice cubes. Others go for science and reach for over-the-counter products containing benzoyl peroxide. But some holist... Read More »
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IODINE, ZINC AND SELENIUM. WHY DOESN'T MY COUNTRY'S SOIL PROVIDE ZINC, SELENIUM AND IODINE REASONS?

Those elements you mentioned are those that have been almost exhausted from the nature, especially the trace mineral selenium, as a result of long cultivation without replenishing, and that is why... Read More »
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If factor IV is required for coagulation of blood how is a factor IV deficiency treated?

Hydrocephalus is usually detected at birth, but some cases slip through the net, and aren't diagnosed until later in life, even people into their 70's.Hydrocephalus is usually the result of another... Read More »
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