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Music Therapy for Adults with Disabilities

08th June 2010
Research has proven that music therapy provides a wealth of benefits for people in all age groups and with varying health challenges, from children with autism, to cancer patients to those who suffer strokes, to adults with developmental disabilities, and... Read >
Author: David

New Treatment Mesothelioma – Gendicine, The Latest Great Hope For Cancer And How to Seek Treatment

03rd June 2010
Gendicine works by combining the p53 gene, which is a tumor suppressant, with a utility virus. When the Gendicine virus is then injected into the cancerous tumor, the virus inserts the p53 gene into the cancer cells. Once the p53 gene is in the cancer cel... Read >
Author: Paul J. Folkmann

Your Alternative Cancer Cure May be in Your Kitchen

18th May 2010
Important points of this article: There is a current belief amongst an increasing number of medical researchers that cancer is caused by a fungus. Chemo therapy causes extreme collateral damage. Cancer can only live in an acid environment. Ca... Read >
Author: Mervyn Penny

Benefits of Chinese Ginger Soup to Start The Day

04th March 2010
Raw ginger to many people it is some kind of spice for cooking dishes or reduce the fishy smell in the steam fish. However, ginger is some kind of herb too. In Chinese medicine studies, ginger is consider a more "Yang" type of ingredient for human body to... Read >
Author: Elaine.T

Poison and Cure: Deathstalker Venom

19th February 2010
For centuries, the desert-dwelling arachnids known as scorpions have been seen as creatures of dark repute. Their form is alien-looking to most humans, giving an air of otherworldliness. The secretive nature of the species has kept most humans from observ... Read >
Author: Dustin Hines

cancer dentistry - dental oncology in Houston, Texas

08th January 2010
Oral care is very important during and after the treatment of head, mouth or neck cancer. At these times, the mouth is susceptible to bacteria and decay. These problem can however, be avoided with proper dental care. The expertise needed to work on den... Read >
Author: Dr. Penchas

Physiotherapy As A Career

27th November 2009
The requirement for larger numbers of physiotherapists is greater now than it has been for some time. Physiotherapy has been shown to be useful in an increasing number of medical conditions with the emphasis being on the prescription of exercise. There is... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Types of Nursing Jobs - How Many Nursing Career Oppertunities Are There?

13th October 2009
There are many different types of doctors in the medical field so it would make sense that there are various types of nursing jobs available also. Most people don't realize just how many nursing job opportunities there are in the medical field today. The ... Read >
Author: Cathy Somers

Hazard warning symbols and their meanings

18th June 2009
There are many different signs and symbols that are used to identify containers and areas that are a hazard to your health. From construction sites to household cleaners, these signs contain the symbols that allow you to readily recognize them and to avoi... Read >
Author: Lee Lazarus

Learn About The ImmunPlex Undenatured Whey Protein

04th April 2009
Natural whey contains a protein called undenatured whey protein. It is of the highest quality in terms of nutritional value. Undenatured whey protein contains high levels of the amino acid cysteine. Among the popular brands in the food supplement market, ... Read >
Author: Jason Richards

All The Benefits Of Whey Protein

10th March 2009
Whey protein has been very popular among body builders and athletes because it provides the essential amino acids to build muscle mass. At present, it is not only favoured by athletes but also by common individuals who have shifted their priorities in kee... Read >
Author: Jason Richards

How To Beat Cancer In 30 Days Or Less: Using A Natural Protocol With No Side Effects

03rd March 2009
Often cancer patients assume that doctors and traditional therapies hold their only hope to successfully battling the disease. Some cancer patients get better with chemotherapy and radiation, however, many do not. What many people do not know is that they... Read >
Author: Jeremy Dean

Golden Seal (Goldenseal)

17th January 2009
Golden Seal (Goldenseal) is a herb specific for the mucous membranes. Golden Seal (Goldenseal) root directly affects the mucous membranes. This bitter-tasting, antibiotic herb is still used to boost the immune system and fight pathogenic bacteria. Some pe... Read >
Author: michel143

Sea Products Skyline Furniture and Darvin Furniture

21st August 2008
Chicago's breathtaking skyline will again serve as the backdrop for the industry's annual Midwest Dinner Cruise, to be held on the Mystic Blue on Monday, August 18, 2008. Last year, 300 industry members attended the cruise and raised nearly $200,000... Read >
Author: stjenre

Stress Management - Music can be used for Relaxation

22nd July 2008
According to research, music has an intense effect on the human body and mind. Music has healing properties that help ease muscle tension and lift depression. It has been used to help cancer patients, people suffering from post operative stress and even c... Read >
Author: lizzi.loraine
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