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Energy & Fatigue Center

Fatigue is a common symptom or side effect of many medical conditions and their treatments. Patients with cancer, diabetes, digestive disorders and allergies commonly fight fatigue. Chronic fatigue syndrome involves debilitating, long lasting fatigue. Fatigue is also an initial symptom of many less serious conditions such as infections.

Advice From Dr. Oz
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Staying healthy is important for both your mind and body. Not only will it keep you happy, it will help you feel young and energetic. Get advice from Dr. Oz with his tips and tricks on taking care of yourself and your body:

 

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