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Tinnitus and Exercise. 5 Reasons to Exercise your Way to Tinnitus Relief.

12th March 2010
Incessant buzzing, hissing and ringing in the ears that affects every aspect of your life. Panic attacks, zero sleep and abject depression. A hermit like existence. Are you familiar with any of this? Can you remember when your T. did not drive you absolu... Read >
Author: Orla Carr

Get Cephalexin Dosage

10th March 2010
>>> Seek Low Bargains for Keflex Capsules <<< Keflex dosage (Keflex®) Follow cephalexin treatment exactly as it was indicated to you. Do not use higher doses of cephalexin, or use it for a more extended period than prescribed by your doctor. ... Read >
Author: Andrew Giles

Things That Increase Your Chances Of Catching The Flu

08th February 2010
Although the flu vaccination is a smart move for just about everybody, some people are at a higher risk of getting the flu than others. How susceptible are you to contracting the flu? You can get an idea about it by checking out the key points below. A... Read >
Author: EvaJudge

Endemic, Epidemic,Pandemic What do they mean?

06th January 2010
The swine flu vaccination program began a couple of weeks ago and is now in full swing. Some of the terminology used in discussing this infection can be quite confusing so here are some terms you may come across. An infection is said to be Endemic in a... Read >
Author: Ann O Leary

How to Cure Cancer - Natural Health Remedies

05th November 2009
I want to tell you something *startling* that you may not know about. Dr. Lance Moriarty, the Director of a medical clinic in Nairobi, Kenya (where 1 out of every 8 people is infected with AIDS or HIV), reported that "Some patients have literally been ... Read >
Author: Chuck VanHook

Diabetes And Its Aftermath

13th October 2009
My husband Jeff has type 1 diabetes. I've learned that sometimes diabetes takes your eyes or your limbs but in his case it took the kidneys. In 1997 he had a kidney transplant from his oldest sister, which lasted 2 years and rejected. Again in 1997, he re... Read >
Author: S E Culp

Retired Police – What to do next

02nd September 2009
In the UK it is standard practice for police to work for 30 years, after which they are eligible for a full police pension. In England and Wales alone there are over 142,000 police officers and given that many would have started their journey in the polic... Read >
Author: Mike Palmer

Prayer Under Stress

29th May 2009
From time to time we hear news from Homeland Security about the current threat level. As I write this article, the United States government's national threat level is "Elevated," or "Yellow." I wonder what the "stress level" is these days. We are livin... Read >
Author: Michael A Verdicchio

A Cold, The Flu Or Something More Serious

08th May 2009
Getting a cold or the flu is a common problem. We often go to extremes to ensure that we don't get sick; but the inevitable will happen, and life will be unpleasant for a few days. You can't catch the same cold or flu virus twice, but they are constantly ... Read >
Author: S Porter

Over the Counter Yeast Infection Treatment - 3 Killer Yeast Infection Treatments

27th March 2009
Is an over the counter yeast infection treatment worth picking up? There are a lot of people both for and against this type of medication, but why? What is so wrong with over the counter medication? Well, there are a lot of women who find that taking them... Read >
Author: Renard Muldrake

Amazing Super Foods That Strengthen Your Immune System

29th September 2008
Our bodies are made to defend against all sickness and disease from the common cold to cancer. We can strengthen and make our immune systems more powerful by eating immune building foods.The immune system is filled with protective cells called white blood... Read >
Author: Cindy Papp

How Can You Get A Yeast Infection On The Chin?

23rd July 2008
Did you know you can you get a yeast infection on the chin? Sure you already knew you can get yeast infections on your vaginal area, and even men can get it on their genital area. But most probably, you've never heard of yeast infection in your face. It m... Read >
Author: Cindy

Stop Drinking Alcohol ..What Is It Like To Withdraw From Alcohol?

15th July 2008
Once you have made the decision to stop drinking, your body needs time to adjust to the absence of the alcohol in its system that it has been used to. Lets take a look at what to expect during this time and how to handle some symptoms. Know that you ca... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

Bordetella Vaccine - Kennel Cough Preventative

07th March 2008
The Bordetella vaccine is commonly given to dogs to prevent kennel cough. I put emphasis on the word "prevention" because like the flu shot in humans, the Bordetella vaccine is a prevention - not a cure. All my puppies receive their first Bordetella vacci... Read >
Author: Penny DiLoreto

Cold Sores - How To Get Rid Of A Cold Sore

14th February 2008
"How do I get rid of this cold sore?" is normally the frustrated cry whenever these painful blisters occur. Unfortunately, curing them is easier said than done as there are so many cures and remedies, not to mention old wives tales, that sometimes feel as... Read >
Author: Paul Rooney
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