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If You Knew This, Diabetes Symptoms Would Not Go Unnoticed

20th October 2009
As sugar is the substance of life, it is considered precious and, as an imperative, the body goes to large lengths to maintain it. The kidneys hold a natural barricade to prevent the loss of sugar in urine. However all the additional sugar in the bloodstr... Read >
Author: Jose M. Talavera

Becoming a Certified Hemodialysis Nurse

10th September 2009
Many people are now looking into the doctor and nurse fields. A big one in particular is a hemodialysis nurse, which is also known as CHN. A hemodialysis nurse assists and helps patients during certain medical conditions such as kidney failure. Hemodialys... Read >
Author: Lisa Simmons

What is Hypoglycemia - Its Definition and Treatment

23rd June 2009
The condition of Hypoglycemia occurs when pancreas produce too much insulin in response to high sugar intake. High levels of insulin lower blood sugar drastically and result in symptoms like fatigue, depression, blurred vision, headaches and nausea. Two k... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Grapes and Dogs: A Killer Combination

23rd April 2009
Grapes and dogs are an extremely dangerous combination. It is unknown exactly what component of grapes is toxic to dogs, but dogs that ingest grapes or raisins are at risk of acute renal (kidney) failure, which is fatal. So far, the toxicity has not be... Read >
Author: Diana Laverdure

How E-Waste Effects Us All

17th April 2009
Prior to buying a TV, music player, or wireless phone do you think about where these items will go after you no longer use or need them? Consumer electronic components produce nearly 3 million tons of commercial and electronic, or e-waste, annually as con... Read >
Author: Metten

What Is Magnesium Sulfate Used For?

13th March 2009
Magnesium has many uses in the body but generally promotes biochemical reactions within cells that ensure proper growth, proper heart rhythms and oxygen transport. Additionally, many prescription drugs use a magnesium supplement to normalize the body in p... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Secured Life

10th March 2009
Want" Peace of mind"? Get a life insurance for critical illness. Why is it important to have a Life Insurance policy for critical illness? In United Kingdom 1 in every 5 men and 1 in every 6 women suffer from critical illness before the normal age of r... Read >
Author: secured life

Natural Treatment for kidney inflammation

25th February 2009
Kidney inflammation which is clinically known as nephritis is the swelling up of the kidney followed by many painful symptoms such as blood in the urine, edema, cloudy urine, reduction in the quantity of urine and pain in the loin. Some of the most promin... Read >
Author: dr mony

Frequent Urination In Dogs May Be A Sign Of Disease

09th January 2009
Has this ever happened to you? You just let your dog out, and here he is, asking to go out again. Frequent urination in dogs can be a real nuisance, especially when the first thing he does when he comes back in is to head for the water bowl. No wonder the... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

A Guide To Treatments For Urinary Incontinence In Dogs

06th January 2009
Is your dog showing signs of urinary incontinence? You may be finding puddles of urine around the house. You notice that your old friend is dribbling urine and doesn't seem to be able to control it. You know when he's around because you can smell him. ... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

The Symptoms of Kidney Infection in Children and Adult

17th December 2008
Kidney Infection recognized medically as pyelonephritis. It typically initiate in the bladder. If your resistance is low, germs from the bladder could move up the tubes (ureters) that lead to the kidneys, take up residence, and multiply. An acute kidney i... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Kidney Lymphoma and the Importance of Computed Tomography (CT)

17th December 2008
Kidney lymphoma is most frequently observed along with multisystemic, dispersed lymphoma or as tumor reappearance. Kidney lymphoma might be observed in immunocompromised patients or, hardly ever, as primary disease as well. With the kidneys being the m... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Be Aware of Kidney Malfunctions

17th December 2008
Your two kidneys are the master chemists of the body. The quality of the blood is supervised by them. In addition, they segregate damaging substances from valuable ones. They operate not merely as waste disposal units but similar to sophisticated strainer... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Blockage of the Kidney Arteries: an Overview

17th December 2008
There are two kidney arteries-one delivers blood to the right kidney, the other to the left kidney. These arteries divide into a lot of smaller arteries. When renal arteries become partly or totally blocked kidney failure and/or high blood pressure can h... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Information on Liposarcoma

26th September 2008
Liposarcoma also called is soft tissue sarcomas. Liposarcoma is malignant tumor that develops in fat cells in deep soft tissues such as those in the thighs or in the retroperitoneum. They are typically large, bulky tumors, which tend to have multiple smal... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen
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