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How Often Do I Need to Visit a Dentist?

11th August 2010
The question as to how often one needs to visit a dentist (for a general check up) is a commonly asked one in forums where health concerns are addressed. It is a question that can be seen as arising from a number of factors. One of those factors is perhap... Read >
Author: James Maloney

Positives And Negatives Of Cosmetic Surgery

11th August 2010
Those wishing to improve their appearance can get the results they have desired for years through the magic cosmetic surgery. One can look and feel younger, thinner and prettier on the outside but can also change the inside by skyrocketing self-esteem. Af... Read >
Author: Andy Guides

Why Type 1 Diabetes Is Becoming More Common?

05th August 2010
Research has shown that type 1 diabetes is growing at about three per cent per year. The question on the researcher's minds is why. There was a time when the primary patients diagnosed with type 1 diabetes was 3 to 5 years of age. Not it is being diagnose... Read >
Author: briangarvin

No Energy, Always Tired

16th July 2010
If you feel like you have no energy and youre always tired, you are not alone. In fact this condition has almost reached epidemic proportions in our times. Feeling tired all the time can ruin your life. In some cases it can even end your life.href="http:/... Read >
Author: peterduncansmail

Finding Low Cost Diabetes Test Strips

13th July 2010
Sometimes my wife would call and remind me of her Diabetic Test Strips that I would need to drive to the pharmacy and buy it. Once, I decided not to go to save spending gas for my car, and instead I checked the availability of the Bayer Contour Diabetic... Read >
Author: bobwoodbob77

Natural Cure for Diabetes and Secrets to get rid of Diabetes Naturally and Easily

20th May 2010
Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism-the method the body use digested food for growth and energy. Most of the food people eat is broken down down into glucose, the form of sugar in the blood. Glucose is the major source of fuel for the body. After dige... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

Bell Bladder Control Tea

07th May 2010
There are some medical conditions which are not actually life threatening but people detest them even more than some life threatening conditions. Bladder control problems would probably fall in to this category. Many are embarrassed by the fact that they ... Read >
Author: David baker

Learning about the Forms of Excessive Head Sweating

05th May 2010
Excessive head sweating is a problem that may be bothering you but if you will take the time to learn about this embarrassing condition, you will realize that you are not a hopeless case. There is a solution that you can provide yourself to get rid of thi... Read >
Author: Mark Montel

How Are Thrush And Receding Gums Linked?

30th March 2010
Accomplishing relief from health problems soon after noticing them is important to avert additional dilemma. Conditions like diabetes, specially, could lead to thrush, receding gums and subsequently periodontal disease. There is perpetually more than one ... Read >
Author: Rai Shimizu

How to Deal with Toenail Fungus

12th March 2010
One of the most difficult things to deal with concerning your feet is toenail fungus. Because the nail fungus is often yellow and thick, most people are embarrassed to ask for help or even to show it to a professional. However, toenail fungus is something... Read >
Author: articlemarketing01@gmail.com

Diabetes: Explaining the Fastest Growing Disease in North America

05th March 2010
A summary and some stunning statistics about diabetes I am a diabetic, a person who suffers from the disease called diabetes, a disease that is growing at a fast rate in North America where in the United States and Canada there are now more that 25 mil... Read >
Author: Pat Robbins

FOR MAXIMUM FAT LOSS, EAT LOW-GLYCEMIC MEALS

24th November 2009
While most people only count calories, one equally important but much less well-known number is a food's glycemic index. The glycemic index (GI) measures how much a particular food raises blood sugar levels - key for weight loss purposes, since a spik... Read >
Author: Ben Huebner

Why Type II Diabetes Gets Worse Over Time

23rd November 2009
Why, despite taking my medication, is my diabetes getting worse? This is a question that unfortunately, over time, almost all of my diabetes patients ask themselves, their doctors, or just about anyone who will listen. The answer is simple: Because you ... Read >
Author: Dr. Steph

Strokes in Elderly People - Symptoms, After Effects and Assistance

02nd November 2009
While anybody can be at risk of having a stroke, the elderly are more vulnerable. Elderly people who suffer from high blood pressure are at high risk. In cases where high blood pressure is accompanied by diabetes, smoking or the drinking of alcohol the ri... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Diabetes And Its Aftermath

13th October 2009
My husband Jeff has type 1 diabetes. I've learned that sometimes diabetes takes your eyes or your limbs but in his case it took the kidneys. In 1997 he had a kidney transplant from his oldest sister, which lasted 2 years and rejected. Again in 1997, he re... Read >
Author: S E Culp
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