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Why the Outbursts of Sudden Temper Tantrums in Autistic Children?

01st December 2009
Sudden outbursts of temper tantrums in autistic children is baffling to a parent or parents, of a child with autism. Autism itself is a puzzle, with the medical community offering treatments that work in some specific children, and remain useless in other... Read >
Author: Bonita Darula

Scabies Home Cure - Kill Scabies Without Insecticides and Pesticides

18th November 2009
People all over the internet are voicing their concern that permethrin scabies treatments do not work, not only that but people are skeptical of putting pesticides and insecticides on their lawn nevermind their own skin. The medical community suggests tha... Read >
Author: Jesse Ryan

NuCerity International- Is This A Scam?

06th October 2009
NuCerity International official launch date was in May 2009. NuCerity International is stationed in Houston Texas. The president of NuCerity is Lonnie McKinney. Lonnie McKinney has over 25 years of experience in management, sales, and distribution. He is ... Read >
Author: Lakisha Copeland

Adrenal Fatigue - Symptoms and Treatment

28th July 2009
Adrenal Fatigue should not be confused with Addison's disease, which is a condition where the Adrenal Glands simply shut down. Addison's is often caused by autoimmune dysfunction, while Adrenal Fatigue is typically brought on by stress. The History And Fu... Read >
Author: HealthRemedies

Tubal Ligation - What Women Should Know about PTLS

09th July 2009
If you are considering having tubal ligation surgery, you need to learn more about Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (ptls). While we don't really know what percentage of women suffer from this problem, figures available online vary from 2% all the way up to 3... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Is Plastic Surgery Safe or Unsafe?

01st April 2009
Plastic surgery is neither always safe nor always unsafe. The safety of cosmetic surgery procedures depends on many factors, including who is doing the surgery, on whom it is being performed, and where it is being done. To avoid unsafe plastic surgery pra... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Co Q-10 is the Heart Health Supplement

14th July 2008
Co Q-10 is not only used by athletes to improve stamina and endurance but has therapeutic qualities that has been noticed by the medical community in treatment various cardiovascular ailments. The enzyme in its highest quality for is derived from a specie... Read >
Author: Johanna Meyers

All About Hyaluronic Acid

13th April 2008
What is hyaluronic acid? Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally occurring sugar (polysaccharide) in the body and a component of synovial fluid (1) and subcutaneous tissue (2). HA is being explored extensively by the medical community as a treatment for de... Read >
Author: Vitacost.com, Inc.

Why Healthcare Marketing is Essential

10th March 2008
We can already see that the medical industry is rapidly increasing at a tremendous pace. Patients are not only demanding timely service and quality care but they are also demanding paramount customer satisfaction. In the medical industry Healthcare Ma... Read >
Author: MichelL

Anbesol Canker Sore Relief - Does It Work?

15th June 2007
Without a doubt, canker sores can be very painful for anyone. These small mouth ulcers have baffled the medical community for years now because no one knows for sure what causes them to break out. But one thing is for sure, if you have a canker sore, Anbe... Read >
Author: Terry Edwards

Visco Pedic Mattresses Are Out of This World!

02nd October 2006
The visco pedic mattresses are also well-known as Memory Foam. The memory foam mattresses trace their source to N.A.S.A where they were used to cover astronauts from the extreme pressure of gravitational force when they flew into space. The specialty o... Read >
Author: Jack Lee

Dehydration May Be a Major Cause of Eczema

22nd July 2006
Dehydration is far more common and detrimental than most people think. Although many have heard of the extremes the conditions that result in hospital visits dehydration occurs on a gradient scale, and any departure from the ideal affects your general... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Hardening of the arteries : beyond blood vessels

07th March 2006
Copyright 2006 Marc Deschamps Hardening of the arteries is a gradual process occuring as people grow older. It has been known by various names : arterial stiffening, vascular stiffness, arteriosclerosis and scientists have long thought that it played a... Read >
Author: Marc Deschamps
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