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Physical Exercise and a Partner in Tramadol

02nd February 2010
Leading an active, healthy lifestyle is crucial to having long, productive years. People are now more conscious about their health. Many have included exercise and other health-enhancing activities to their daily regimen. However, the lack of professional... Read >
Author: Dane Pearson

Stop Your Body Aches!

13th October 2009
You attended your first step over, moved the entire contents of your house in 24 hours or run a marathon? You are certainly very proud of you ... and stiff! To fight against these muscle pain caused by exercise, learn a few simple actions. The achiness i... Read >
Author: Nouman Umar

Bronchitis and Treatment For Bronchitis. The Top 9 Things You Should Know

17th April 2009
The following article contains 9 hints and tips about bronchitis and treatment for bronchitis. Let's face it, reading 9 tips isn't going to change your life, but at least it will give you an idea about what you can find out! It's always fun trying t... Read >
Author: Coran Levison

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

How is Frequency Specific Microcurrent Delivered?

03rd March 2009
Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) uses a device manufactured by Precision Microcurrent Inc. It has two independent channels that allow you to set both the frequency and the current independently for each channel and was developed in 1990 by an enginee... Read >
Author: 3rsales

Pain, fever & stress

20th January 2009
Diseases and infections have always been a cause of worry for humans. Pain, fever and stress are some common and troublesome ones. They have become a widely talked about issue among people of all ages and especially working adults. Pain is an unpleasant, ... Read >
Author: Steve

Low Thyroid Symptoms and Treatment

14th January 2009
Hypothyroidism or low thyroid symptom is a condition when your thyroid produces less hormone which results in low basal body temperature, low cellular metabolism and also some kind of unexplained weight. There are certain low thyroid symptoms which can he... Read >
Author: Lisa Stockton

Low Thyroid Symptoms: Adults and Children Show Different Symptoms

14th January 2009
Low thyroid is also called hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism is a condition when your thyroid produces less hormone which results in low basal body temperature, low cellular metabolism and also some kind of unexplained weight. There are certain low thyroid s... Read >
Author: Lisa Stockton

What is Pulled Muscle Pain?

08th January 2009
Pulled muscle pain can be extremely painful and may affect daily activities. There are approximately 696 muscles in the body (347 paired and 2 unpaired) and if you take due care, you can make sure to keep them safe from harm. One way to prevent pulled mus... Read >
Author: painrelief

Severe Problems Caused By A Lack Of Sleep

17th December 2008
If you are one of the many who suffer from poor sleep then please read on. Sleep is a vital part of life, and time and again people think they can do without much sleep. Eventually it will catch up with you, and life will start to slow down. It is very im... Read >
Author: kevin foulds

How Does Systemic Yeast Infection Come About?

26th June 2008
Systemic yeast infection is a much more serious form and is usually felt all over the body. Many people who have this condition are not aware they have an overgrowth of yeast because the symptoms present themselves in the same way many other diseases do. ... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Vitamin Supplements Reduces the PMS Tension

02nd July 2007
Premenstrual tension syndrome affects 95% of women. Yet women of all ages, races and moulds have been told it is all in their heads. If premenstrual tension syndrome was in the head then all households' heads have Premenstrual Syndrome. A wide range... Read >
Author: Markus Skupeika

Information about Bone Diseases

07th July 2006
Information about Bone Diseases Our bones are the first to face external trauma. And yet we take them for granted unless something goes seriously amiss. Most of us are familiar with marthritis and osteoporosis, the biggest illness that plague the... Read >
Author: john frazer
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