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How to recover from serious head injury

03rd March 2009
Serious head injury can lead to a lifetime of debilitation and a wide range of problems. However, a great deal of progress has been made in the treatment of serious head injury over the last few years, and the emphasis is now very firmly placed on treatme... Read >
Author: Nick Jervis

How Do I Get Rid Of Old Acne Scars?

13th November 2008
This is a very common question from people all over the world, irrespective of race or color. Believe it or not, there is an amazing treatment for this using a magic product from the Melanesian islands of Vanuatu in the South Pacific. However, before I ta... Read >
Author: Neteffect

The Uncircumcised Penis

15th May 2008
The prospect of having an uncircumcised penis is growing more popular in the United States these days as circumcision rates have fallen dramatically since the seventies. But even the medical establishment cannot state categorically that having an uncircum... Read >
Author: Brandon

Stop Drinking Alcohol...Alcoholism Can Now Be Cured

30th March 2008
Alcoholism can only be treated after the addiction to alcohol is dealt with. The medical profession regard alcoholism as being a disease and it is determined as being a physical or mental condition which has a negative affect on the human body. The worst ... Read >
Author: EdPhilips

Certified Surgical Assistant Programs

20th January 2008
Those who are seeking an important position in the medical profession should look to certified surgical assistant programs where they can become certified operating room assistants. In the operating room, patient safety is the top priority and the role of... Read >
Author: Michael Bustamante

Peyronie's Disease: What is the Best Therapy?

19th January 2008
Every day, almost without fail, a man who just learned he has Peyronie's disease will ask in an email a question that goes something like this: "My medical specialist and my family doctor both say they can't help me because there isn't any approved drug t... Read >
Author: Dr. Theodore Herazy

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

What are Attractor Fields?

19th January 2007
There are a lot of therapies around today that owe their origins to Chinese Medicine. These treatments appear to be drawing more and more adherents as so many appear to grow disillusioned by an increasingly pharmaceutical dominated Western Medical profess... Read >
Author: Alister Bredee

The Advantages Of Bottle Feeding

21st August 2006
All new mothers are advised to breastfeed. We're told that breast milk is best and that there are so many benefits to breastfeeding. So, is bottle feeding second best? Are there no advantages to bottle feeding your baby?Many mothers today are made to feel... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien
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