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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

Home Remedies for Joint Pain and Beneficial Joint Pain Tips

18th January 2010
Joint pain is one of the Arthritis symptoms. It affects one or extra joints. It is caused by a diversity of injuries or conditions. Joint pain may be caused by the irritation of the bursae called bursitis. The bursae are fluid-filled sacs that pillow and ... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Four Facts About Plantar Warts

15th December 2009
Plantar warts are scientifically known as verruca plantaris . A wart is a benign skin growth caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), a localized viral infection of the skin that is specific to the type of skin found only on the bottom of the feet. ... Read >
Author: Chris A Bloor

Tonsilloliths 101 - Quick Relief For Tonsilloliths

13th October 2009
Tonsilloliths, or also commonly known as tonsil stones, are unpleasant whitish or yellowish coloured, foul smelling bumps on your tonsils. They spring from the accumulation of sulfur manufacturing bacteria, food particles, post nasal drip, overactive sali... Read >
Author: Gregory Scott

Herpes Simplex and Lower Back Pain

07th September 2009
What I am about to tell you will scare you into next year, especially if you have been diagnosed with herpes simplex? I want you to continue reading however before jumping to any conclusions. If you feel threatened at anytime, seek medical advice. Herpes ... Read >
Author: Richie Lindsay

Vinegar Warts and Wart Treatment Explained

17th July 2009
Vinegar Warts - a test and not actually a wart type. Vinegar warts are warts which appear white when evaluated by applying vinegar. The term comes from the proven fact that doctors may use vinegar in which the main reactive agent is acetic acid to se... Read >
Author: Steve Last

Chest Infection Symptoms

16th July 2009
Since my last blog entry last week, the Swine flu infection statistics A (H1N1) virus have increased remarkably. The Laboratories have confirmed the worldwide cases to the World Heath Organisation (WHO-193 member states) have increased from 19,273 to 36,0... Read >
Author: Colin Platt

How to Stop Dizziness with a Homeopathic Remedy

30th June 2009
Dizziness may be related to Miniere's disease. This can be one of the reasons a disorder of the inner ear can affect your hearing sensitivity and balance. These conditions have to be suspected and ruled out before undertaking homeopathic treatment for... Read >
Author: Cecilia

How to End Cold Sore Flare-up

23rd June 2009
Cold sore is a very annoying condition that could annoy you for life. It is a viral infection caused by Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 (HSV-1). Once you get infected by the virus, it will stay inactive in your body and once triggered another outbreak will ha... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Best Ways to Get Rid of Warts Permanently

02nd April 2009
Warts are very uncomfortable and disgusting skin disease. A skin disease so embarrassing that you often hide them because you are afraid someone will make fun of you. When irritated warts may bleed which brings you discomforts. If you are suffering from t... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Shoes for Polio Survivors

18th February 2009
Polio, once a common and greatly feared viral infection, is now considered to be rare in developed countries, but there are still people who have had their lives touched by this devastating disease. Their bodies have been forever altered - literally - fro... Read >
Author: Kent

A Look at Common Cockatiel Health Problems

09th February 2009
Most cockatiel health problems are the result of malnutrition or improper care. Many of these conditions are life-threatening and can easily kill your bird before you can tell anything is wrong. Some of these conditions include Polyoma, Psittacosis, Pache... Read >
Author: D Swain

Acid Reflux and Coughing - When Coughs Don't Respond to Cough Medications

06th January 2009
Only a few of us are aware that coughing may stem from causes other than asthma or viral infection. The disorder known as acid reflux or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) can cause chronic coughing which may be due to intakes of certain foods. Hence ... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

HIV- Causes Of HIV, AIDS and Risk Factors

06th July 2008
HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection has now spread to every country in the world and has infected more than 40 million people worldwide as of the end of 2003. More than 1.1 million people in the United States have been infected with HIV. The scou... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Coxsackie Virus – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

09th June 2008
Infection usually is spread by fecal-oral contamination, although occasionally the virus is spread by droplets expelled by infected individuals. Items like utensils, diaper-changing tables, and toys that come in contact with body fluids that contain the... Read >
Author: James Sameul
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