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UMF Manuka Honey: The Benefits of Manuka Honey

23rd April 2010
Not all honey is created equal. In my opinion Manuka Honey from New Zealand with a UMF (Unique Manuka Factor) is a champion and stands out above the rest. This pure raw honey tastes delicious, while also being effective at destroying bacteria, virus, ... Read >
Author: Marcia Slawson

Botox Treatments in Calgary

15th April 2010
You might be choosing to have Botox injected, then you should really educate yourself all the points which may have to go with the injection itself. This lets you to know a bit more regarding botox treatment calgary treatment then you definitely understoo... Read >
Author: Linwood Ward

Nasonex Side Effects and Effectiveness

01st April 2010
Nasonex is generally put to use to prevent and treat nasal symptoms like congestion, runny nose, and sneezing caused by year-round or seasonal allergies. It is also put to use to treat nose growths in adults. Here are the various nasonex side effects that... Read >
Author: carol

Tinnitus and Exercise. 5 Reasons to Exercise your Way to Tinnitus Relief.

12th March 2010
Incessant buzzing, hissing and ringing in the ears that affects every aspect of your life. Panic attacks, zero sleep and abject depression. A hermit like existence. Are you familiar with any of this? Can you remember when your T. did not drive you absolu... Read >
Author: Orla Carr

Removing New Carpet Smells--4 Steps Towards Surviving New Carpet Fumes

09th March 2010
New carpet is a great way to tweak a room's appearance. But the fumes that it sometimes gives off can literally make you and your family sick. If you are experiencing nausea watering eyes, dry or sore throat, and headaches that won't quit, you may be reac... Read >
Author: Debbie

Common STD Symptoms

08th February 2010
For many people, when they hear the words sexually transmitted disease (STD) they think of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes, and HIV. However, when you ask people to describe each, or at least give a few of the symptoms for a particular STD, they us... Read >
Author: Clarisse Andy

Ginger as a Natural Cold Remedy

23rd December 2009
Ginger is used in most of the places as a remedy for sickness. It has been a famous addition to energy drinks because of its properties. The ginger root can be used to prevent cough, nausea and sore throat. It can also be used to keep your body energetic.... Read >
Author: bramwellburton

Foreign Object in Food -- How to Value the Case

25th November 2009
The following question was posted at LawGuru.com. Answer provided by Rex Curtis Bush, a Salt Lake City area attorney. Q. Hello - I ordered a meal from Costa Vida [a Mexican restaurant near Salt Lake City] and on my second bite I began to choke. My pare... Read >
Author: rex

Tonsil Stones 101 - Some Tonsil Stone Tricks and Tips

14th October 2009
Tonsil stones are a build up of calcareous matter in your tonsils. This is not harmful, but naturally occurs in your mouth. It is also called tonsillolith, calculus of the tonsil, tonsillar debris or sneeze nugget. This is located in the crevasses of the ... Read >
Author: Gregory Scott

What is Sinusitis, Acute or Chronic Sinusitis?

02nd October 2009
What Exactly is Sinusitis? Healthy sinuses are covered with mucous membrane, moist, delicate tissue with microscopic moving hairs called cilia, covered by thin mucous. The nasal and sinus cilia move back and forth like tiny oars, constantly moving the m... Read >
Author: Emily Jackson

Does The One Minute Cure Work

21st August 2009
Will The One Minute Cure Work For MeI've always been a huge fan of natural cures. Given a choice, I'd prefer to consume something natural than some exotic chemicals that were manufactured in a laboratory somewhere. Call me weird but those pheno-dextro-fer... Read >
Author: jamie mcintyre

Chest Infection Symptoms

16th July 2009
Since my last blog entry last week, the Swine flu infection statistics A (H1N1) virus have increased remarkably. The Laboratories have confirmed the worldwide cases to the World Heath Organisation (WHO-193 member states) have increased from 19,273 to 36,0... Read >
Author: Colin Platt

Does Sinus Infection Cause Dizziness?

23rd April 2009
Life seems to be twice as hard when you have a sinus infection. Your normal routine is disrupted when the symptoms hit you. Severe headaches make you unable to concentrate at work. Going out with your friends is out of the question because you're not feel... Read >
Author: jillghprx

Discover the Anti Aging Secrets of Active Manuka Honey

01st March 2009
Ever wondered how active manuka honey products are becoming increasingly popular? Until recently, they were difficult to find in many areas of the world, but today, anyone can purchase them online. Here's a brief review of the health benefits. Honeys o... Read >
Author: Laurel Levine

Coughing Acid Reflux: What It Is and How to Treat It

01st February 2009
If you experience persistent, dry coughing, coughing acid reflux is one possible cause of the problem. This might come as a surprise to you, since you may not experience all of the typical symptoms of acid reflux disease, which include heartburn, regurgit... Read >
Author: Dianna Yvonne Smith
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