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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

Fibromyalgia, a rheumatic disorder

10th April 2009
What is Fibromyalgia or FMS? Fibromyalgia is a rheumatic disorder that is characterized by widespread muscle pain and fatigue that has no physical cause. People suffering from FMS will wake up feeling tired and lethargic and will experience aching a... Read >
Author: HerbalMeds

The Effects of High Potassium for Kidney

31st December 2008
Potassium is a mineral discovered organically in several fruits and vegetables, such as oranges, potatoes, bananas, dried fruits, dried beans and peas, as well as nuts. Healthy kidneys calculate potassium in your blood and eliminate surplus amounts. Unhea... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

What to Expect At 26 Weeks Pregnant

17th July 2008
When you are 26 weeks pregnant, you are in the second trimester of the pregnancy and almost at the third trimester stage. By this time, you are noticeably pregnant and your normal clothes no longer fit properly. Your stomach is starting to protrude and yo... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

How to Treat Bruises

17th June 2008
Healthy people may develop bruises from any injury that doesn't break through the skin. Vigorous exercise may also cause bruises due to bringing about small tears in blood vessels walls. In a condition known as purpura simplex, there is a tendency to brui... Read >
Author: James Sameul

Facts about Skipped Heart Beat with Upper Back Pain

29th March 2008
A person that is normally in excellent health may suddenly feel a skipped heart beat with upper back pain. A large variety of things could cause skipped heart beat with upper back pain and people will be surprised to learn that it is far more common than ... Read >
Author: Susan

About the ovarian cysts and the risk of cancer

20th April 2007
Ovarian cysts usually appear in younger women, on one ovary or on both ovaries, but they can appear after the menopause as well. It is known that most of the cysts are benign, and have a low risk to turn into cancer. Although in the past the solution was ... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

The Danger of Candida Yeast Infection Explained

08th September 2006
Candida is a very dangerous yeast infection. Everybody knows about it but very often is underestimated even by some doctors. Why? Maybe because this infection is very "quiet" and its symptoms are vary vague. If a simple Candida infection is taken in consi... Read >
Author: Dalvin Rumsey

Alcohol: Why Cleansing The Body With Isagenix Is Important

22nd June 2006
Copyright 2006 Stacey ZimmermanHow many times have you gone out to dinner and drank a little too much? Unfortunately, this happens to the best of us. Many of us may only have this happen a couple of times a year, however, many individuals may do this once... Read >
Author: Stacey Zimmerman

Blood Tests

07th June 2006
Blood Tests When a person is arrested for a DUI, that person must submit to a chemical test under the "Implied Consent" provision in the California Vehicle Code. Implied Consent, under Section 23612 states that if a person is lawfully arrested for a DU... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky

The Most Common Toenail Problems

16th May 2006
WHAT ARE INGROWN NAILS? An ingrown nail is the result of a nail growing into the skin that surrounds it. This often occurs at either edge of the big toe. Ingrown nails may be caused by improper trimming, inherited nail deformities, injuries, fungal infec... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Hurless
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