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Find the best ways to cure Goiter

11th June 2010
Generally occurs in ladies, Goiter is basically swelling of the thyroid gland. It occurs to due to improper functioning of thyroid gland and it can further leads to swelling of the neck or larynx (voice box). The side effects of the allopathic medicines, ... Read >
Author: Patresia Adams

How to Gain Muscle and Loose Fat Naturally

29th April 2010
Bodybuilding Legend Scott Abel Cracks The Code The entire process was initially developed and coined the Cycle Diet by legendary trainer Scott Abel. I believe that anyone interested in the deeper metabolic science behind the diet order one of Scott's D... Read >
Author: Desmond Newman

Cat Scratch Fever Symptoms

19th March 2010
Owning a family or personal pet is a common joy for many people throughout the United States. Among the most common domesticated animals that people choose to adopt are cats. Cats are more low-maintenance than other types of common pets, and they can live... Read >
Author: credulous

UTI in Dogs Tips for a Healthy Dog

18th March 2010
UTI, or urinary tract infection, isn't something found only in humans. Dogs also get it, though females are more susceptible to it, due to the shorter urethra. Male dogs still get it, though it's rare.When UTI is in its first stages in a dog, it's usually... Read >
Author: AnneMing

Diabetes Blood Glucose Levels and Blurred Vision

09th March 2010
If we hear the term "blood sugar" we may have different ideas about it; however, this term is used in physiology where it refers to glucose in the blood. There are other sugars such as fructose and galactose which also exist, but, as they are relatively i... Read >
Author: Julia Hanf

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

Eating Certain Foods Can Affect Your Breathing

25th January 2010
Is there a connection between Asthma and Diet? Yes. What you consume very much so affects the functioning of your respiratory organs-it affects everything. Consequently, if one is seeking to control asthma symptoms and attacks, this is the one factor one ... Read >
Author: Bennett Diaz

Help! There is Blood in My Cat's Stool!

08th January 2010
If you notice blood in your cats feces, you'll probably just about lose it.After all, it can be frightening to see your cat suffering from a potentially painful condition.However, you need to stay calm and first of all figure out why there is blood in cat... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Betta Diseases - Diagnosing a Sick Betta Fish

18th August 2009
Betta fish get sick. It just happens, sometimes the diagnoses and treatment are simple, sometimes they get out of hand too quick for the average Betta owner to do anything about it. Below I've compiled some of the most common Betta diseases in hopes of he... Read >
Author: settar3

Owner's Guide to Coccidiosis in Bearded Dragons

15th May 2009
Coccidiosis in bearded dragons is a condition caused by protozoans called Coccidia. These parasites are quite common and can be found in plenty of dragons in small numbers. This small amount of Coccidia causes no problems, but a severe infestation certain... Read >
Author: D Swain

Grapes and Dogs: A Killer Combination

23rd April 2009
Grapes and dogs are an extremely dangerous combination. It is unknown exactly what component of grapes is toxic to dogs, but dogs that ingest grapes or raisins are at risk of acute renal (kidney) failure, which is fatal. So far, the toxicity has not be... Read >
Author: Diana Laverdure

Lift It If You Want To Shift It! Lifting Weights Will Cause Accelerated Fat loss!

09th April 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Athleticbodysystem Females tend to have many issues with weight, and it's not just how much one weighs on the scale... there are some others too. Here's the 3 main weight issues... Any of these sound familiar to you? 1)How Much Yo... Read >
Author: Bryan Kavanagh

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

NSAID Painkiller Side Effects In Dogs

28th January 2009
Mans best friend - the dog. We all love our dogs and care fir them. But did you know that dogs age faster than we do and need special care as they get older. As dogs get older they come experience some of the same problems we do. But like with everythi... Read >
Author: nlwest21

Treat Your Kidney Failure by Knowing its Symptoms

31st December 2008
Kidney failure is a growing problem across the world. Unfortunately, kidney failure can have very few symptoms to begin with. As your kidney function declines, it will first be detected on blood tests by your doctor. Most people don't feel any effects of ... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia
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