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Leopard Gecko Mouth Rot Explained

27th October 2010
Another common problem among leopard geckos aside from leopard gecko shedding problems is mouth rot. Leopard gecko mouth rot is also termed as stomatitis. It is a bacterial infection that can affect both the mouth and gums of a leopard gecko. Symptoms inc... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

The Danger of Fatal Infections: Meningococcemia

23rd August 2010
One of the most fatal of all meningococcal diseases is called meningococcemia, a bacterial infection in the bloodstream. It is so deadly that patients who do not get prompt treatment may die from respiratory or heart failure within 6 to 24 hours. However,... Read >
Author: Lupe Faulkner

Home Remedies for Yeast Infection - Finding a Quick Solution

09th August 2010
A yeast infection is a common bacterial infection caused by a fungus known as candida albicans, which is normally found in small amounts in the vagina. The acidic environment in the vagina prevents yeast from growing. If the acidity of the vagina decereas... Read >
Author: Medical Zones

Infantile Eczema - Healing Eczema In Babies Without Steroids

13th July 2010
There are many things that new parents worry about, some needlessly and some not; however, infantile eczema is definitely worrying for parents. Infantile eczema may be frustrating to a parent because he or she may find him or herself in the position of ch... Read >
Author: Audrey Ly

Dog Incontinence Causes and Solutions

09th July 2010
If you are searching for dog incontinence causes you are not alone. It is estimates that approximately 1 out of every 5 pets will struggle with incontinence at some time in their lives. Personally, I think the real number is much higher, since almost all ... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

How To Fix Receding gums

09th July 2010
Gum diseaseAlthough it is a reality that the gums recede slightly as the man or woman ages, for some men and women this thing may possibly occur sooner than other people. The receding of the gums may possibly be induced by points like harsh brushing, misa... Read >
Author: Mitchel Rasmussen

What Is Facial Cellulitis?

30th June 2010
Summer has arrived, at this time of the year we are aware that we have skin. Redness of certain regions of the skin, minor bruises from unplanned knocks and even bites of different insects are not rare, unlike the hard part of the year. Over wintertime we... Read >
Author: JohnCW

What You Can Do When Your Sweating Breaks In To A Fever

02nd June 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter There are some symptoms we usually have some knowledge of when we start to feel a fever coming on, like muscle aches and pains, a headache or migraine,and feeling of coldness, sweating also breaks in to a fever. This ca... Read >
Author: Lynsey B Carter

Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS)

01st April 2010
Guillain-Barre syndrome or GBS is a severe inflammatory disorder of the peripheral nerves. Sensory information like pain and temperature is conveyed by the peripheral nerves from the body to the brain and motor. Symptoms The symptoms of Guillain-Barr... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Acticoat’s Antimicrobial Dressings – Optimum Protection Against Infection

24th March 2010
Anti-microbial wound care products are important items that should be present in every household. Anti-microbial dressings ensure optimum protection against infection which helps in accelerating the healing process. Acticoat is one of the best manufacture... Read >
Author: Wall Unit

Can Hair Follicles Be Revived - Find Out If It's Not Too Late For Painless Natural Treatments

18th March 2010
Can hair follicles be revived if you notice hair loss happening? But, of course! This will probably be the answer you'll get from a company selling hair treatment products which don't care about anything else but to make a sale. If you will however ask... Read >
Author: Marcus P. James

Effective Remedies for Treating a Stye on the Eyelid

19th February 2010
If you notice the development of a painful red swelling on your eyelid resembling a small pimple or a boil, you are experiencing a stye. A stye occurs when the sebacious glands on the eyelids get a bacterial infection or an oil gland at the base of the ey... Read >
Author: Tony_Shepard

Why Do Cats Knead and Sneeze?

18th February 2010
Cats are like family, they have been seen massaging people, crying like babies, sneezing like mom and kneading. Cats have done a lot of things that no ordinary pets can do. Cats have been seen sneezing but when it comes to kneading, one wonders what it ac... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

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

How to Relieve Vaginal Itching

05th February 2010
There are several reasons for vaginal itching. You may have a vaginal infection a yeast infection, bacterial infection. If you believe that this is the case and you should talk to your doctor. Other causes may be from a chemical allergy; for example, you ... Read >
Author: Dr. Mital John
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