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Liver Cirrhosis Lab Values - What You Should Know

08th October 2009
Liver cirrhosis lab values are used to diagnose what stage a person's liver disease is in. Here are some of the blood tests and lab values that your doctor will go over with you: Albumin Normal values for an adult are 3.4-5.4 g/dL. People with chroni... Read >
Author: JJ Smith

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

Alternatives to Piercing

26th August 2009
There are a number of ways to accessorize or make a statement without undergoing the rather painful piercing of body parts such as ears, lips, nose and tongue. Body piercing has nowadays become more mainstream and is usually prevalent not only in women bu... Read >
Author: Carroll Willis

How to open PST file without Outlook?

18th June 2009
This time we'd like to offer a reliable solution against email corruption problems in Microsoft Outlook. Recovery Toolbox for Outlook can access unopenable pst files and decompress ost files, created by your mail server. The service of open PST file witho... Read >
Author: Recovery Toolbox, Inc.

Springtime Allergies: Dog Sneezing and Nasal Discharge!

05th May 2009
As you well know, Miss Chloe is still Queen at Down South Westies! However, our special Westies do get sick and a few days ago she began showing signs of sneezing. She has never had signs of allergy problems, so we assumed it was because of springtime pol... Read >
Author: Thomas Broadhead

How to Treat Bronchitis

17th April 2009
The Top 9 Bronchitis and How To Treat Bronchitis TipsBronchitis information isn't always reliable when you search on the web, as too many people are trying to sell you something instead of actual providing useful resources you can use.Below are 9 tips abo... Read >
Author: Coran Levison

Trachial Bronchitis

30th March 2009
This is a condition also referred to as laryngo tracheo bronchitis. It is an infection of the larynx or the throat of a child. It affects the other parts of the tracheal tree and in children it affects the tonsils. The causes of tracheal bronchitis also k... Read >
Author: Mercy

Reasons For Back Of Throat Bad Breath And How To Prevent It

09th January 2009
The vast majority of bad breath cases are attributed to the presence of bacteria that resides within a person's mouth. Basically, a person's mouth has a number of oxygen deprived spots such as the back portion of the tongue, or openings in between the gum... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

Assistance for Angular Cheilitis or Chapped Lips

08th May 2008
Chapped and cracked lips could get worse when left untreated, and they are extremely excruciating. When bacterial and fungal infection come in, you can develop angular cheilitis. This is a kind of lip sore that's so extreme that it becomes defiant of trea... Read >
Author: Farah

Complete Information on Autoimmune hepatitis with Treatment and Prevention

28th April 2008
Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease in which the system's exempt structure attacks liver cells. Although the cause for this isn't completely clear-cut, some diseases, toxins and drugs may spark autoimmune hepatitis in vulnerable folk, particularly women. Th... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

How to Deal With Headache and Dizziness

26th July 2007
Headaches often come along with dizziness. When you experience this combination, a physical examination is usually recommended in order to diagnose the case. It is very important to know precisely if the occurrence of headaches and dizziness are independe... Read >
Author: joseph_s

Learn the Benefits of Blackseed Oil, but Avoid Cheap Nigella Sativa Oil

15th June 2007
The health benefits of blackseed oil may be numerous, but cheap nigella sativa oil is probably a waste of money. Nigella sativa is the botanical name for the spice that has been used since ancient times to flavor food and for medicinal purposes. Its co... Read >
Author: Patsy Hamilton

From White Dresses to Printed Scrubs the Evolution of Nursing Uniforms

23rd April 2007
The origin of nursing uniforms is uncertain. One proposal considers the convents as the source. Nuns were the original nurses. As a result, their somber black and white outfits inspired the plain clothing worn by successive caregivers. Another suggestion ... Read >
Author: Grant Eckert

Early Pregnancy Symptom Cramping: What Do They Foretell?

18th April 2007
Congratulations on your pregnancy! You may have noticed that you have had some cramping after discovering that you are indeed expecting. You should know that some mild to moderate cramping in early pregnancy is perfectly normal. Particularly during a firs... Read >
Author: Alien

Diseases that affect the respiratory system: bronchitis

06th February 2007
The bronchi make the connections between the lungs and the windpipe. They are lining of your bronchial tubes and allow air to flow into your body. These bronchi can get infected, or inflamed making it harder fro air to travel to the lungs. This condition ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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