Hiccups – Causes and Treatment

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Hiccups are sudden, involuntary contractions of the diaphragm muscle. As the muscle contracts repeatedly, the opening between your vocal cords snaps shut to check the inflow of air and makes the hiccup sound. Irritation of the nerves that extend from the neck to the chest can cause hiccups.

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Natural Remedies For Gerd

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GERD or gastro-esofagial reflux disease is an uncomfortable feeling that causes irritation and frustration. In some cases, the symptoms of GERD could be taken care of with antacids like the ones you see on commercials all of the time, or  with the support of doctor prescribed medications. For some people, these solutions are not perfect as most items that offer gerd relief have ingredients that aren’t natural and aren’t always needed.

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Ocd Panic Attack

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As bad as it can be to suffer from a panic attack, trying to deal with panic attacks and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can be overwhelming. Having an OCD panic attack can feel like your dying or your heart is exploding.

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Punch Excision Surgery For Facial Acne Scar Treatment

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Those suffering from acne know how difficult it is to deal with the problem on an everyday basis. There are many ways to treat this problem. The most common facial acne scar treatment methods are creams and antibiotics. However, in case of severe acne, surgery can be used to correct the problem. One surgical technique is the punch excision method.

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Need Healing from Alcoholism? The Answer May Not Be a Treatment, But an Experience

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Do you need healing from alcoholism?  You’re not alone- some 17 million people are suffering from this debilitating addiction in the United States.  Sadly, most of them will struggle with this issue for life, perhaps toiling for years in and out of rehabilitation programs, 12-step meetings, and other forms of treatment.

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How to Handle Work in Progress (WIP) or Construction in Progress (CIP) in QuickBooks

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Builders and contractors who purchase land and then develop it have to comply with accounting requirements for revenue and expense recognition that are a little different and require a some modification of the standard QuickBooks set up.  The accounting rule is that revenue and costs are not to be recognized on financial statements as income and expense until the job is complete, or in some cases as certain milestones are completed for the job.  Many engineering firms, attorneys and other similar organizations like to use work in progress (WIP) accounts as well.

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