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  1. photo Tarragon and its many surprising health benefitsTarragon and its many surprising health benefitsNews
    concentration of eugenol that's mostly responsible for its pain-relieving effect. Some also say that it will minimize sore gums which may go along with any possible toothache.If you want to get rid of hiccupsRead more
  2. photo Aromatherapy helps smokers overcome nicotine addictionAromatherapy helps smokers overcome nicotine addictionNews
    , dizziness, nausea, heart palpitations, hiccups, dyspepsia, muscle pain, poor concentration and skin irritation. In addition, a nicotine replacement product does not have the same level of success in assistingRead more
  3. photo Six ways women can reduce their risk of strokeSix ways women can reduce their risk of strokeNews
    or sudden hiccups rather than the more common stroke symptoms seen in both sexes," she told Natural News. "When evaluating a woman, particular attention needs to be paid to her headache history; whether sheRead more
  4. photo Editor's Choice Tech Awards from Natural News: eM Client, Bestcrypt and author Daniel SuarezEditor's Choice Tech Awards from Natural News: eM Client, Bestcrypt and author Daniel SuarezNews
    of whack.For the past year, I've put eM Client through sheer email hell and it hasn't hiccupped even once. And when I recently needed to move all my email (plus account settings) to a new computer, the eM ClientRead more
  5. photo Keep yourself, your pets and your home healthier with apple cider vinegarKeep yourself, your pets and your home healthier with apple cider vinegarNews
    . Cure hiccupsA teaspoon of undiluted ACV is said to sometimes stop hiccups immediately!5. Post-exercise drinkACV mixed with water has been used as an antidote for lactic acid and fatigue after working outRead more
  6. photo Raw foods and juicing completely stopped young child's asthmaRaw foods and juicing completely stopped young child's asthmaNews
    and medications. Still, she was hospitalized on a regular basis. Her mother recalls how nearly every asthma-triggering scenario, from proximity to cats to developing a few hiccups, would land DesireeRead more
  7. photo Rise of the 'kiddie vegans:' Youngsters ditch burgers and milkshakes for healthy, plant-based dietsRise of the 'kiddie vegans:' Youngsters ditch burgers and milkshakes for healthy, plant-based dietsNews
    and hot dogs. Still, there's the occasional hiccup, like when Felicia gave Morgan a snack with red food coloring, which isn't vegan because it's derived from tiny parasitic insects. "She was so angry. SheRead more
  8. photo Single Essential Oil Profiles, Benefits, IndicationsSingle Essential Oil Profiles, Benefits, IndicationsTreatment
    -infectious, antifermentation, reduces allergies. Indications: Colitis, hiccups, intestinal spasms, parasites, rheumatic pain, sciatica. Other Uses: May be beneficial for abdominal discomfort and spasmsRead more
  9. photo Police could take over your self-driving carPolice could take over your self-driving carNews
    to commands in real time, which would require a communication channel and requisite software to take over the car's internal logic, reports Government Slaves. A hiccup in the pickupIn addition, authenticationRead more
  10. photo It Is Called “The Point Of A Hundred Diseases”- Here Is What Will Happen If You Massage It Every Day!It Is Called “The Point Of A Hundred Diseases”- Here Is What Will Happen If You Massage It Every Day!Treatment
    . Moreover, the massage of the Zu San Li point will also provide beneficial effects in many other cases, such as: constipation, gastritis, urinary incontinence, impotence, hiccups. Apart from that, this pointRead more

Hiccup

Disease

A hiccup (/ˈhɪkəp/ HIK-əp; also spelled hiccough) is an involuntary contraction (myoclonic jerk) of the diaphragm that may repeat several times per minute. In medicine, it is known as synchronous diaphragmatic flutter (SDF), or singultus, Latin for the act of catching one's breath while sobbing. The hiccup is an involuntary action involving a reflex arc. Once triggered, the reflex causes a...More