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What Is Your Blood Type

22nd March 2012
Blood transfusion is a very common medical procedure, and it is needed by approximately five million Americans every year. It is required when someone losses a large amount of blood due to a serious accident, or as a treatment procedure for cancer patient... Read >
Author: The Sider Group

Mononucleosis – Symtoms, Treatment and Relapse

07th February 2012
There are numerous diseases anywhere. A lot of people are already worried that because of their constant interactions with so many people they shall become at risk to several kinds of communicable and infectious diseases. Shaking hands with another indivi... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Fashion jewelry with allergies prevention

07th September 2011
General fashion jewelry, pearls, elegant and avant-garde earrings would lead to dermatitis, symptoms often wear necklaces, rings and other jewels of itching, burning, erythema, peeling, or papules, vesicles and purulent secretions, the formation of severe... Read >
Author: MichaelWang

Turmeric, Curcuma Longa, Removal of free radicals, toxins in body

25th July 2011
Pollution and excess intake of junk, oily, spicy foods result in the accumulation of Aam-Tatva or toxins in the human body. These toxins affect the body’s immunity, digestion, circulation etc. These toxins are the root of cause of many diseases particular... Read >
Author: Herbal2012

Springer Spaniel Skin Problems

22nd February 2011
There are five main basic reasons for skin problems in dogs, but springer spaniels fare well compared to other breeds. The main reasons are hereditary predisposition, infectious diseases, immune system problems, dermatitis (allergic reactions), and extern... Read >
Author: Phil Marks

What Is Polymyositis?

21st June 2010
Polymyositis is a connective tissue disease because of the way it attacks the body. It is most common in people 40-50 years old. It has a higher incidence in black people than whites and more women are affected than men. Interestingly periods of spontaneo... Read >
Author: Edward Gooden

The Importance of First Aid for the Workplace

28th April 2010
There are four major components of workplace first-aid, namely; first-aider, first-aid, box, first-aid room, and first-aid equipment. When deciding on the number of first-aiders, first-aid box, first-aid room and first-aid equipment for the workplace, the... Read >
Author: Kendrick Ayers

Massage Contraindications

29th January 2010
Having a massage can provide great benefit for most people, most of the time. However there are occasions for which massage is just not appropriate. When this occurs then massage is referred to as contraindicated which means that a person may have symptom... Read >
Author: Richard Lane

Kill or flush E-coli bacterium to cure UTI

18th August 2009
Our body consists of several good and bad bacteria. The good or helpful bacterium supports smooth functioning of body parts. Some bacteria help in the digestive process, while some acts as antibodies against the diseases. You can also find bacterium that ... Read >
Author: Robert Henry

Salt And Apples

25th March 2009
Polyphenols were discovered to be the magical answer to the riddle posed by the "French Paradox", although in the case of healthy wine-drinking French, it is the grape polyphenol that counter-acts the scientists idea of a "bad" diet. However, as the st... Read >
Author: Jenna Smith

Goji: The five useful phytochemicals present in them

06th July 2008
Goji is known for having numerous beneficial attributes that can contribute to the overall well being and health of a person. If eaten in raw form every day, it is said to have the ability to reverse aging. Goji berries are also known as smiling berries b... Read >
Author: Kirk Bachelder

Demerol: Prescription Drug Abuse & Testing

11th January 2008
Demerol is the trade name of Pethidine / meperidine which is a fast-acting opioid analgesic drug used to treat pain. In the United States and Canada, Pethidine or meperidine is more commonly known by its brand name Demerol whereas in many parts of the wor... Read >
Author: Brenda Stokes

Factors or Conditions That Influence Asthma

30th May 2007
Bronchial asthma is a disease that is influenced considerably by several factors. This is a disease which is prevalent all over the world. It is generally seen that the boys of younger age groups have more severe case of the symptoms of the disease than t... Read >
Author: Tom alter

Home Remedies For Liver-Cleansing

21st April 2007
Our liver is responsible for many important functions in the body. The liver produces bile and because bile helps in breaking down fats it is important for normal digestion and for the delivery of nutrients from intestines into the blood. The liver regula... Read >
Author: Alien

Sinusitis Resulting from Stress

09th March 2006
Life without any driving force is dull and boring. But life with too much driving force can be unpleasant and tiring and may eventually damage your health or well-being. A certain level of stress is necessary to avoid boredom but high levels of stress ove... Read >
Author: Viojieley Gurrobat
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