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Top 5 Tips For Curing A Chicken Pox Sore Throat

19th October 2010
Challenges of all sorts are all around in the world today and people must face them daily. Some challenges are more difficult to manage than others. Take curing a chicken pox sore throat as an example. There are usually experts studying most challenges, s... Read >
Author: Stefan Hall

Top Treatment For Hives – How A Herbal Hives Spray Can Alleviate The Swelling Itching And Stinging

19th October 2010
Are you looking for the top treatment for hives too? Well there are thousands of men and women all looking for a way to truly deal with the symptoms of hives. The question is which the best method to make this truly happen is. If you have suffered for ... Read >
Author: Marcus Wilson

Menopause and the Mind-Body Connection

08th October 2010
When many women first start the symptoms of menopause, they sometimes feel as if they are going crazy. This is really understandable, since the changing hormones in a woman’s body have a direct affect on her mental as well as her physical health. Let’s fi... Read >
Author: Doug Hart

Going Crazy? Menopause May Be the Cause

30th September 2010
Are you irritable, moody, having trouble sleeping? Maybe you are convinced that your family has a conspiracy against you, turning up the thermostat every time you are in the other room. Is the notion that hot flashes are controlling your very life a real ... Read >
Author: Doug Hart

What Are the Aftereffects of Having Dental Implants?

11th August 2010
Planning to get a dental implant? Take a while to go through this excerpt and know why you should reconsider your plans. The procedure of having a dental implant is the most difficult cosmetic treatment ever perfected in this area of dentistry. You sta... Read >
Author: James Maloney

Possible Negative Effects Fat Burners Can Have

13th July 2010
Many people today are looking for a quick fix to lose weight. Since many people work to find a way to lose weight fast, the weight loss industry has become extremely larger, working to product products that cater to these people. One part of this market i... Read >
Author: briangarvin

Bipolar Blues: Regaining hope in the hopelessness

07th July 2010
Bipolar Blues B Bipolar disorder (BD) is a very serious and under-recognized disorder that affects two-to-six percent of the population 1. Along with schizophrenia and other psychotic conditions, it is one of the few psychiatric disorders (at least its ma... Read >
Author: peterth

Attachment Theory and Treating Oppositional Defiant Disorder

07th July 2010
EVERY YEAR, AN UNTOLD number of parents seek professional help for their children because of unmanageable behavioral problemswith many of these children being out-of-control. Many of these out-of-control kids are diagnosed with a condition called Oppositi... Read >
Author: peterth

Acne Treatment Skin Care – What Ingredients You Shouldn’t Use

23rd June 2010
If you suffer from blemishes you'll be interested in what I have to say about acne treatment skin care. Acne is a huge problem for teenagers, but many adults find they are still fighting this problem. This article should help either age group to get a ... Read >
Author: J E Ruby

Anxiety and Sleep Eight Steps to Overcoming Night Time Anxiety and Better Sleep

12th May 2010
Anxiety and sleep challenges are two of the most common conditions that impact our everyday lives. It is not unusual to see these two common disorder existing simultaneously, in fact it is quite common. In other words the more anxiety you are feeling the ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

DEPRESSION- Rage Turned Inward

22nd February 2010
"Depression is Rage Turned Inward" This expression best illustrates Depression in its most common form. For while you may feel tired and depressed, your energy is all but gone. What has happened, through time, is you have learned to redirect your ene... Read >
Author: Ben Arnold

Andropause Survival Guide

11th December 2009
The male menopause or andropause is a condition that all men will go through once they reach a certain age. It is something that everybody should know how to deal with, especially men and their spouse. This condition is very similar to female's menopau... Read >
Author: Alden Robinson

Post Scabies vs Scabies

09th December 2009
Scabies is typically seen in newly adopted children, older people and people who have comprimised immune systems, scabies is very contagious and spreads at a fast rate. Scabies are microscopic mites that dig under the skin and cause extreme itching. There... Read >
Author: Jesse Ryan

Yeast Infection Bloating - A Sign of Systemic Yeast Infection?

03rd November 2009
If you have yeast infection, and you find yourself bloated a lot, then this could be a forewarning of a more serious systemic yeast infection. Find out here what causes bloating and why you need to take this symptom seriously. A yeast infection is caus... Read >
Author: John Cielo

Symptoms of Aneurysms are Prominent in Older People

15th October 2009
Although most people will relate to hearing the word "aneurysm" thinking something wrong with the brain, the more common aneurysm symptoms are prominently located in the aorta. Plus, more aneurysms are prevalent in the lower extremities manifested by olde... Read >
Author: David nalin
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