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Watch Out For Salicylates

20th January 2010
You'll find salicylates in many foods and herbs, since it is a naturally-occurring compound. It works as an anti-inflammatory, and is frequently used in skin care products, medicines, cosmetics and even toothpastes. Some preservatives, fragrances and colo... Read >
Author: Rochell

Side Effects of Gabapentin

17th December 2009
Postherpetic NeuralgiaThe most normally noticed side effects of Gabapentin in adult patients treated for neuralgia following shingles, not noted at an equivalent occurrence among placebo-treated persons, were wooziness, sleepiness, and peripheral edema.In... Read >
Author: Christopher Velez

Yeast Infection Bloating - A Sign of Systemic Yeast Infection?

03rd November 2009
If you have yeast infection, and you find yourself bloated a lot, then this could be a forewarning of a more serious systemic yeast infection. Find out here what causes bloating and why you need to take this symptom seriously. A yeast infection is caus... Read >
Author: John Cielo

What to Expect from the Final Stages of Cirrhosis of the Liver

07th October 2009
A person who is in the final stages of cirrhosis of the liver will go through many complex bodily changes. Here are some of the changes that may be encountered: - Acites is the build up of fluid in the abdominal area. The liver usually makes a protein ... Read >
Author: JJ Smith

How to Exercise your Nervous System, Memory and Improving Intelligence

23rd September 2009
The nervous system relies on a network of high-speed communications to alert the brain to information that affects all areas of the body. For example, the impulses sent from the nervous system of the brain travel up to 250 miles per hour. This is infi... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

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

Preventing Mold With Proper Insulation

29th July 2009
Mold is all around us, all the time. It is part of Mother Nature's recycling program. It helps break down materials, speeding their decay and return to the earth from which they came. Without certain molds we wouldn't have bread to eat, beer to enjoy, or ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Knowing Types of Pedestrian Accident Injuries

12th June 2009
Pedestrians beware! According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, around 5,000 people die each year in pedestrian accidents involving motor vehicles. Also, around 78,000 victims of these accidents sustained different types of pede... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Head Trauma Memory Loss - Signs To Look Out For

29th May 2009
Head trauma or also known as concussion is one way in which you can experience memory loss and this is something to not be taken lightly. Now before we discuss the connection between memory loss and head injury, we need to understand better what happens w... Read >
Author: Greg Frost

Black Mold Health Effects: To Be Seriously Looked into

19th May 2009
The severity of black mold health effects are simply rising up due to the spores which are released into the air. This has to be seriously checked by monitoring the entire house including every corner. The presence of a musty odor within the house indicat... Read >
Author: Ashish

Causes and Consequences of Sleep Deprivation

05th May 2009
We need 7 to 8 hours of sleep daily. However, we neglect the precious sleeping time and are busy burning midnight oil on things we think are more important. When a person does not have quality sleep for a sufficient period, it can cause sleep deprivation.... Read >
Author: Amitabh Kumar

Recovering From Memory Loss

10th April 2009
There are various ways to recover diminishing memory. Few aids have been discovered to assist them entire procedure such as Memory Lifter it helps in memorizing vocabulary or language. Hormonal therapy is used in women to help their retarding memory due t... Read >
Author: ski987

Hypoglycemia - How to Overcome 'Brain Fog' and Mood Swings

13th January 2009
To understand "brain fog", one of hypoglycemia's symptoms, you need an understanding of the basics of your body's low blood sugar levels.To get the required energy for 24 hours, most people only eat three times a day. Any breakdown in the system of provid... Read >
Author: Noel Glass

Berry Berry Good for You - Diabetes and Berries

23rd September 2008
Studies show when it comes to better health, you just can't beat berries. As delicious as they are nutritious, fresh berries of all kinds are high in vitamin C, fiber, folic acid, and powerful phytochemicals that have been proven to reduce the risk for ev... Read >
Author: ADW

Oral Cheliation and Its Harmful Effects

22nd September 2008
Oral chelating treatment has extended winning track records. It is being not compulsory by doctors for years not without reason. There is some compensation associated with the oral eating of chelation products. Full orally these crop have been prove succe... Read >
Author: Alien
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