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Link Between Periodontal Disease And Prostatitis

26th January 2012
The kidneys are blood filtering organs placed in the back of our abdomen. Kidneys remove bodily waste by filtering blood and then change it into urine. From our kidneys, urine is carried into the bladder through a tube known as the ureter. Kidney cancer ... Read >
Author: P., Piero D.D.S.

How Long Does A Dog Live If It Has Cancer?

05th October 2011
If your beloved companion has now been diagnosed with cancer, often our first question is, "How long does a dog live if it has cancer?" And the answer is: that depends. The size of the tumor, the advancement of the disease, and circumstances of the cancer... Read >
Author: Alex Howell

Can you picture cancer away?

05th April 2011
By now, you very likely know David Seidler, who won an Oscar on Sunday for best authentic screenplay for "The King's Speech," was a stutterer just like King George VI, whose battle with the speech problem is portrayed in the film.What you may not know is ... Read >
Author: Coleman Gilliam

Blood in Urine During Pregnancy

20th May 2010
Blood presence in urine at the time of pregnancy which is known as hematuria, is a sign of severe health problems. This problem occurs due to unusual intensity of red blood cells in urine. This problem could be a sign of bladder stones, urinary tact or ki... Read >
Author: Orlagh Ryan

BAMLET AND HAMLET – A New Play or a Cure for Cancer?

30th April 2010
There are two new actors on stage in the war on cancer, BAMLET AND HAMLET. It was a fluke discovery; HAMLET was stumbled onto by researchers trying to figure out why breast milk kills bacteria. Instead they found a potent cancer-killing compound that does... Read >
Author: Byron J. Richards

A Look at the Right Bladder Cancer Diet For Dogs

07th January 2010
If your dog is diagnosed with cancer, you do not have to lose hope. With the right kind of treatment, you can increase its lifespan to the extent possible. The kind of food your dog eats plays an important role in cancer treatment. So, in this article, we... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Veterans Diagnosed with Cancer from Benzene Exposure

27th November 2009
Those who served our country in past and were exposed to cancerous chemicals like benzene are now dealing with aftermath that toxic exposure can have on our lives. The men and women who are now U.S. veterans are also now have aware of the repercussions of... Read >
Author: kurtowens79fjj

"What are the Benefits of Taking Lutein?" - and other FAQs

07th April 2009
There are many benefits of taking lutein. Although is has become popular now, still people have many questions about it - how much of lutein do we need, what are its natural sources, and what is the best way to take this nutrient? Let's find out right now... Read >
Author: Frank Langella

Why quit smoking

03rd March 2009
If you have been smoking from quite a long time then you should try your level best to quit smoking as soon as you can. This is because smoking cigarettes cause a large number of harmful effects on your health and advanced studies have indicated that it i... Read >
Author: michael russell

The Benefits Of Eating Broccoli

25th February 2009
killer of Americans-most scientists have come to recognize that cancer might well be more easily prevented than cured. Diet is the best tool we all have at hand to protect ourselves from developing cancer. We know that a typical Western diet plays a ma... Read >
Author: Jill Sabato
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