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Talking more about Country Vacation Amrutha castle

26th February 2010
I am highly thankful to country Vacation India, to make my trip to Hyderabad a special one. Promptness in service was the most remarkable thing about Country Vacation staff and it will make you feel like one of the Nizams of Hyderabad. I stayed in the fab... Read >
Author: emmahudson84

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

Why Do Dogs Shake and Shiver?

18th February 2010
Dogs shake and shiver but there is not a big difference between them. A shaking dog can mean more than pain or minor irritation and a shivering dog evidently feels cold. While a shaking dog may tremble from too much weight and fun but in most situations, ... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

How to Treat Fever in Teething Infants

16th February 2010
At times teething in baby brings in severe temperature. If the temperature in the body is 100 degrees and above, then it is better to consult a doctor immediately. However, there are some measures that can be taken if teething in infant shows some symptom... Read >
Author: Subhash Kandpal

Some Interesting Facts about Acute Bronchitis

03rd February 2010
Acute bronchitis is very common among people with respiratory conditions. This type of bronchitis can occur in anyone, at any age. Acute bronchitis usually accompanies flu or cold and in most cases it doesn't need medical treatment. When acute bronchitis ... Read >
Author: Milton Sykes

Parvovirus in Dogs - Infection Spreading, Symptoms and Treatment

08th January 2010
This type of infection is highly contagious and it affects a lot of dogs. This virus causes death. Parvovirus, along with Canine Distemper, is one of the most feared that affects the canine population. It was first spotted out in the 19th century.Now it h... Read >
Author: Cristian Stan

The Truth of Hyperthyroidism

17th December 2009
The Disease and its Causes In these conditions there is an overproduction of thyroid hormone by the thyroid gland. Goiter, which is the name given to any thyroid enlargement, is not the same as hyperthyroidism, although in some cases it is associated. Wh... Read >
Author: Rully

Do You Have Phlebitis?

18th November 2009
Phlebitis can have very serious consequences. However, there are simple diagnostic and treatment procedures available. This article explains the symptoms and treatments for this disorder. A red or pink discoloration in the skin overlying the inflamed v... Read >
Author: DaveRoberts

What is a Tooth Abscess?

26th June 2009
An abscess in the tooth refers to an infection that was caused by a pocket of pus residing in the tissue around the tooth. Abscesses are very serious conditions, and can lead to serious matters if they aren't treated immediately. When the pulp of a tooth ... Read >
Author: Antwan Richardson

5 Sure-Fire Tips For Treating a Urinary Tract Infection

01st April 2009
If you are like me, you probably want to know the treatment for urinary tract infections and how to prevent it from recurring. Before treating UTI, you should know the Symptoms and Signs. Treating a urinary tract infection can be simple. Outlined in detai... Read >
Author: Wayne McDonald

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

The Symptoms of Kidney Infection in Children and Adult

17th December 2008
Kidney Infection recognized medically as pyelonephritis. It typically initiate in the bladder. If your resistance is low, germs from the bladder could move up the tubes (ureters) that lead to the kidneys, take up residence, and multiply. An acute kidney i... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Infectious Canine Hepatitis - A Look at Hepatitis in Dogs

26th November 2008
Infectious canine hepatitis is a highly contagious disease. The virus that causes this disease can cause damage to your dog's liver as well as other organs. If treatment isn't sought quickly, the disease is usually fatal. Puppies are especially susceptibl... Read >
Author: D Swain

Xiao Huo luo wan

22nd September 2008
Xiao Huo luo wan is a formula which has been used to expel cold wind and to remove dampness. Traditionally it has been used to treat rheumatic ache and pain in the extremities, Xiao Huo luo wan is beneficial for kidney yang and disperses according to Chin... Read >
Author: herbalspan

There is nothing better than Dieters Tea for slimming

18th September 2008
In order to get rid of toxins from your body Dieters Tea is a good option. It is a herbal tea that has no side effects and unlike any other medicines available in the market for slimming. The main reason to recommend Dieters tea is it has only 4 calories ... Read >
Author: herbalspan
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