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Chinese Skullcap Root - Side Effects and Benefits

05th July 2007
Botanical Name: Scutellaria baicalensis Other Common Names Chinese Skullcap:Huang qin, baikal, baical skullcap root, scute, scutellaria. Habitat:Chinese Skullcap is native to Eastern Asia. It thrives on sunny, grassy slopes in higher elevations. Thi... Read >
Author: Alien

Why Is Hypertension So Prevalent?

04th July 2007
Authorities are reporting that the levels of hypertension being reported are changing and that trend levels are being reversed. The instance of hypertension, having been in decline over the past three decades is increasing. In the United States of Ame... Read >
Author: hamza

High Blood Pressure - An Analogy of The Cardiovascular System

08th May 2007
The cardiovascular system essentially consists of the heart, a network of hollow blood vessels (called arteries, veins and capillaries) and the blood that fills them. In simplistic terms, the cardiovascular system conveys food and oxygen to every one of ... Read >
Author: Bilal Rose

What Are Some Common Illnesses Caused By Having Too Much Fat In Our Diet?

19th February 2007
Too much fat in our diet can cause obesity, which is a risk factor of many serious diseases. However, dietary fats are a source of energy for our body and they help produce compounds that regulate a variety of bodily functions such as blood pressure, hear... Read >
Author: Julie Brown

Nosebleeds - Bloody Nose - The simple facts and the cures

09th February 2007
Why do some people get a Nose bleed: Bloody Nose: The nose was built for bleeding a doctor once told me. He said the nose was filled with numerous blood vessels, and many of these are thin and are on the surface of the inside of the nose. It takes very li... Read >
Author: Robert Benjamin

Birth Control Natural Supplement

13th December 2006
Birth control methods have been used by women since ages. They have used herbs to control fertility. Family planning has always been widely practiced by men and women since ages. The difference is that in early times people used birth control methods that... Read >
Author: Annie Williams

Apple Cider Vinegar Uses

04th December 2006
Vinegar has been used to cure and prevent a variety of ailments for centuries. As early as the time of Hippocrates, considered by many to be the father of medicine, vinegar was used to treat patients. During the Civil War, it was used as an antiseptic. Wh... Read >
Author: Debra Gropp

Hemorrhoids Treatment Using Bioflavonoids

20th October 2006
If you have hemorrhoids then you need to be taking a good supplement of bioflavonoids. Bioflavonoids have been found to be most effective in helping to relieve and eliminate the symptoms of hemorrhoids. They are useful in reducing enlarged veins in the re... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Dry Skin Could Be a Symptom of Kidney Disease

12th October 2006
The kidneys are responsible for a number of vital functions. Although acute or severe disease of the kidneys produces symptoms that you would probably not ignore, chronic degeneration may result in symptoms that are too mild or too general to warrant a tr... Read >
Author: No Last Name

The Truth About Salt

19th September 2006
Salt is an essential nutrient for everyone and is vital to attaining optimum health, so why has the media and the mainstream regarded it as the devil of the dinner table for so long? Our cells all contain salt. We sweat salt. Our tears contain salt. Ou... Read >
Author: Jimmy Patterson

Indoor Tanning Benefits

01st September 2006
Too often we hear all the negative thing about tanning beds but what about the indoor tanning benefits? Great news! Read on to find about some of the benefits you can enjoy. Most of the studies we hear about are all negative telling us how bad tanning is ... Read >
Author: Claris Lindig

How To Use Grapefruit to Lower High Blood Pressure

15th March 2006
Heart disease is the number one killer of women. If you are a women, and even if your not, here is what you need to start doing. The food you eat is critical in determining if you will have high blood pressure and if you can lower it. Eating less meat ... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Hardening of the arteries : beyond blood vessels

07th March 2006
Copyright 2006 Marc Deschamps Hardening of the arteries is a gradual process occuring as people grow older. It has been known by various names : arterial stiffening, vascular stiffness, arteriosclerosis and scientists have long thought that it played a... Read >
Author: Marc Deschamps

Type 2 Diabetes | Mature Onset Diabetes

17th December 2005
Type 2 diabetes is sometimes referred to as mature onset diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is much more common than Type I. In Type 2 diabetes the pancreas either does not produce adequate levels of insulin or the body becomes resistant to its own insulin. Typ... Read >
Author: J. Brian Keith

Syndrome X - Are You Next?

05th November 2005
Are you as active as you were in your younger years? Do you struggle with excess weight that sits around your middle? Is your blood pressure considered a bit too high? Are you battling against increasingly high cholesterol? Clustered together, these fa... Read >
Author: Sandee Koehler
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