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3 Shocking Effects of Alcohol & How to Turn Back the Clocks

04th May 2010
Everyone enjoys the odd alcoholic beverage now and again but we are also intelligent enough to know that there can be some serious long term consequences in this article I am going to share with you three of those as well as some advice on how to revers... Read >
Author: Adam

Should I Worry About My Enlarged Prostate?

27th April 2010
The signs and symptoms of prostate enlargement vary from man to man but can include, the man having difficulty with starting to urinate, a slower than normal flow of urine, and possible dribbling at the end of urination, or felling that you need to urinat... Read >
Author: Edward Gooden

Benazepril

27th April 2010
Benazepril or as it is known by the brand name Lotensin, is a drug that is usually used in the treatment of high blood pressure or hypertension, congestive heart failure, and chronic renal failure or kidney failure. More often than not it will be prescrib... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Business AEDs – Why Should You Have an AED at Your Business?

16th April 2010
Automated External Defibrillator, or commonly referred to as an AED, is a lifesaving device that can mean the difference between life and death in a cardiac emergency. An AED is a portable, lightweight device that can quickly diagnose and recognize heart ... Read >
Author: Henry Justinson

Polycythemia, Herbs for Polycythemia treatment

26th March 2010
Polycythemia is a condition in which an increase in the number of red blood cells due to the formation of red blood cells by bone marrow excessive.Bone marrow blood cell production as a result of the excessive number of blood cells abnormally increase is ... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Best treatment of Cardiomyopathy in India to get rid of heart diseases

18th February 2010
Treatment of Cardiomyopathy in India is now being provided to the patients from all over the world with latest facilities and globally benchmarked healthcare services administered by surgeons and physicians trained in international medical practices. Indi... Read >
Author: ramesh

Ascites- What Is Ascites and How It treated

02nd February 2010
Ascites is the abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, around the intestines and other abdominal organs, contains varying quantities of cells, bacteria, proteins and other substances. What is it? The vast majority of cases of ascites seen in ... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Alternative Treatment and Medicine for High Blood Pressure

29th September 2009
Blood pressure is a major medical problem in the world. An abnormal stress on the circulatory system leads to blood pressure and other related diseases such as stroke, heart attack and heart failure. Usually, high blood pressure has no specific sympto... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

UK heart disease statistics

01st May 2009
In this world today our hearts are under constant threat and stress. This is despite 30 years of advances in every aspect of cardiology - the science of heart health and heart disease. Each week, it seems we are informed of new heart risk factors or remed... Read >
Author: Malcolm Waters

Why Being Heart Broken Can Kill You and Why You Need to Fix It Fast

17th April 2009
When you are suffering from heartbreak or a broken heart you feel both emotionally and physically tired. When it happens to others, we advice them to get over it as soon as possible to gain back a peaceful life. It is easy to give advice and ask others to... Read >
Author: Chris J Roberts

Understanding What An EKG Is

31st March 2009
EKGs can assist doctors in diagnosing and determining any current or past heart abnormalities and are often a regular screening for those with heart disease. Through electrodes attached at various strategic body points, the EKG machine records the electri... Read >
Author: Jeanie Smith

Acute Edema and Back Pain

02nd March 2009
There are a number of causes of back pain including acute pulmonary edema. This condition is characterized by a buildup of abnormal and excessive fluids causing the cells in the tissues to react. You may have noticed that if you water a plant too much, it... Read >
Author: Anne Wolski

How Smoking Can (Badly) Effect Your Ears

18th February 2009
Most of People should know that smoking has numerous health risk effects, both for smokers and second-degree smokers. More familiar are heart failure, lung cancer and emphysema. But, most people ignore that smoking also badly affects our ears, and might p... Read >
Author: Tom Leroy

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

Creatine Facts: Pros and Cons of Creatine Monohydrate

02nd December 2008
Both athletes and bodybuilders have used creatine extensively in recent years. It's popularity stems from its ability to enhance muscle growth and athletic performance. Creatine acts as a ready source of energy for muscles and hence people who consume... Read >
Author: Johndecker
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