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How to Choose a Good Chiropractor

05th April 2012
Introduction The majority of neck and back pain is mechanical in nature and responds most favorably to conservative chiropractic care. Today chiropractic as a profession has evolved from its early roots to one of musculoskeletal specialists who treat mo... Read >
Author: TrevorRobertson

Dengue Fever in the Philippines

17th November 2011
Are our Doctors “barking up the wrong tree” in their efforts to get on top of the Dengue Fever outbreak in the Philippines? Despite their best efforts, people (mostly children) are still dying, why? The best that the medical profession can come up with... Read >
Author: Mervyn Penny

CNA Skills Training Videos – Improve Your Skills in Being a Nursing Assistant

16th September 2011
If you are aspiring to be CNA or a Certified Nursing Assistant, then you need to undergo a training which will hone your skills in terms of offering care and comfort to patients. Because nursing is all about caring and promoting health, being a nursing as... Read >
Author: CNA

Glossophobia – The Fear of Public Speaking

07th February 2011
The King and I The release of the film ‘The King’s Speech’ this month might have got you thinking that you have more in common with royalty than you previously realised. If you suffer from ‘glossophobia’ – yes, just try saying that in public – then you... Read >
Author: Henry James

High blood pressure and baldness

31st May 2010
It's easy to say we only have one body so everything is connected, i.e. what happens in one part of the body must have effects in other parts. But the medical profession and pharmaceutical industry would prefer us to believe each part of a condition is se... Read >
Author: John Scott

Different Types of Stethoscopes

07th May 2010
You will not believe these but its 100% true, now you can buy various types of Stethoscopes from online medical stores. A stethoscope has become one of the most important parts of medical profession. The stethoscope worn by doctor, nurse or healthcare pro... Read >
Author: kinal

Diabetes: Explaining the Fastest Growing Disease in North America

05th March 2010
A summary and some stunning statistics about diabetes I am a diabetic, a person who suffers from the disease called diabetes, a disease that is growing at a fast rate in North America where in the United States and Canada there are now more that 25 mil... Read >
Author: Pat Robbins

Old wives tales: - How breathing oils can help your sinus problems?

29th October 2009
Sinus is a very common condition and another that the medical profession cannot resolve. However, nature has had its remedies for hundreds of years. It is only now, with the advances of computers and modern technologies that we are having what we were tol... Read >
Author: dsa

Dealing with Death and Dying: Nursing Assistants

27th October 2009
Nursing Assistants are a unique group of individuals who are dedicated to providing patients with the best possible care. They work hard to make sure their basic needs are met. They often go the extra mile to provide patients and their families comfort. T... Read >
Author: Fritz Poole

Adult attention deficit disorder

15th September 2009
Adult Attention Deficit DisorderThe main difference between adult and childhood forms of ADHD is suggested in the name: attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The younger the child, the less impulse controls they have, and the more hyperactive they ten... Read >
Author: Health

Different Types of Technician Trainings

06th September 2009
Medical Technician trainings include lectures, demonstrations, simulations, and highest quality information on how to save victims in case of emergency. • Phlebotomy Technician Training: During the Phlebotomy Technician Training you get to learn ab... Read >
Author: manhattan

Orthopedic Surgeon Job

15th August 2009
A high paying as well as a satisfying career, a Orthopedic Surgeon Job is by all means a great career choice. Although it involves a great deal of education and experience, this is a job where it pays to get all that sort of hard work done. First things f... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

Bacterial Vaginosis - What Every Woman Should Know

03rd August 2009
For some women bacterial vaginosis is not normally a serious condition but for others who get repeated attacks it can cause lasting psychological and emotional damage, according to registered nurse, midwife and author Lauretta Forday. "Up to 50 per cen... Read >
Author: james larkin

Oprah Crazy Talk Bioidentical Hormones Helpful or Harmful? (Part 1)

26th June 2009
Newsweek recently indulged in tabloid journalism, featuring Oprah on the cover with the headline: CRAZY TALK, Oprah, Wacky Cures, & You. The specific emphasis of the article was an attack on Suzzane Summers, Oprah, and bioidentical hormones. The Genie... Read >
Author: Byron J. Richards

The Unfortunate History of "The Miracle Mineral" - Asbestos

08th May 2009
Flexibility, durability and the ability to withstand high amounts of heat made Asbestos known as the 'Miracle Mineral' in Ancient Greece. Used for a wide variety of purposes such as funeral outfits for cremation of their kings to everyday household items ... Read >
Author: EvoSeo
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