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Causes of Vitiligo & Leucoderma

27th April 2010
Vitiligo & Leucoderma are two different terms used for the same skin disease. But some causative difference is there in between vitiligo & Leucoderma. Basically Leucoderma is a Latin word which literally means 'white skin'. It is popularly known as white ... Read >
Author: pianoscomplete

Dogs and the Bacterial Infection, Leptospirosis

18th February 2010
Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that can affect a dog's blood, liver, and kidneys. The bacteria that cause the illness are carried primarily by rats and other rodents, but dogs that are infected with the disease can infect other dogs as well. Inges... Read >
Author: Jimmie Mcdowell

Liver Problems Treatment and Home remedies for Liver Care

18th February 2010
Liver problems include a wide range of diseases and conditions that can affect your liver. Your liver is an organ concerning the size of a football that sits just beneath your rib cage on the right surface of your abdomen. Without your liver, you couldn... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Natural remedies for treating Jaundice

26th February 2009
a is one of the most effective natural cures for jaundice. It is extracted by pounding and squeezing through a cloth. It should be placed on the patient's palm and made to draw through the nostrils. This causes the expulsion of a yellow colored fluid thro... Read >
Author: dr mony

Kernicterus – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

21st June 2008
Kernicterus is a form of brain damage caused by excessive jaundice. The substance which causes jaundice, bilirubin, is so high that it can move out of the blood into brain tissue. When babies begin to be affected by excessive jaundice, when they begin to ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

06th June 2008
Primary biliary cirrhosis is a rare form of biliary cirrhosis of unknown origin, occurring without obstruction or infection of the major bile ducts, sometimes developing after the administration of such drugs as chlorpromazine and arsenicals. Affecting ch... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Postnatal 'confinement' food Part 2

27th February 2007
Everybody will ask you to eat only ' heaty' food and avoid cold or cooling food as your body is cold after childbirth. This applies to the 3 main races in Malaysia but sometimes, what is considered 'heaty' may be 'cooling' for another which increases our ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Does Your Shih Tzu Suffer From Heartworms?

05th October 2006
Does Your Shih Tzu Suffer From Heartworms? Dog heartworm is a common disease among canines in the United States. Discovered in 1856, the worms mainly live in your dog's heart and major blood vessels. The worms, especially on worst cases, seriously ... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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