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Lobotomy in India by highly trained doctors

29th December 2009
Lobotomy in India provides you the opportunity to access the best medical facilities and infrastructure. Lobotomy is a neurosurgical procedure, a form of psychosurgery, also known as a leukotomy or leucotomy. It consists of cutting the connections to and ... Read >
Author: foresaket

Did Entourage Star Jeremy Pivens Get Hair Transplants?

05th June 2009
One of the brightest stars of television is Jeremy Pivens, who is the star of the HBO program Entourage. The young actor appeared to be losing his hair in photos taken of him a few months ago, but today is sporting a new head of hair. This has led some to... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Hematophobia - Overcome Your Blood Phobia with Hypnotherapy

27th March 2009
An intense fear of blood is a phobia that we treat fairly regularly here in our UK hypno-psychotherapy practice. Like all other phobias, blood phobia is essentially an anxiety disorder. The person suffering from a phobia of blood may very well sense... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Why You Should Think Twice Before Using A Collagen Mask

12th March 2009
Looking for a collagen mask? Before you buy that or a collagen gel remedy, you might be interested to know that they don't work and they can cause prolonged redness. There are ingredients that do work to improve the skin's health and appearance. You might... Read >
Author: Kathleen P. Walsh

Claustrophobic? Claustrophobia and How to Cure It

09th January 2009
Claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed spaces. It is one of the commonest phobias we see here in the UK Indeed, it is believed that as much as 5% of the general population suffer from this disruptive and troublesome disorder. Sadly, only a very small p... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Soften Your Hardened Arteries with Chelation

18th January 2008
Over half of all deaths worldwide are caused by some form of cardiovascular illness. The World Health Organization reports that as many as 12 million people a year die of heart disease, making it the number one killer in the world today. Cardiovascular... Read >
Author: vincent platania

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery Financing For Bad Credit

30th June 2007
Over 11,000,000 plastic surgery procedures are being performed a year and most of these are financed. Yet most people don?t want to use credit cards or cash to pay for these as the credit card rates are too high and the thought of using cash when you coul... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How Much Does A Nose Job Cost

18th June 2006
Nearly all plastic or cosmetic surgery is considered elective, which means health insurance does not pay for it. This means you need to have a grasp of the full cost of nose job surgery. How Much Does A Nose Job Cost Nose job is a term which really ... Read >
Author: Ricardo Silva

Giving Birth Myths: Believe 'em or Not

06th January 2006
Women have been giving birth the natural way, at home, way before all the technological advancements have been developed. The female of the species have produced healthy children centuries ago, long before Epidural has been invented. So what makes it ... Read >
Author: Elysiana Canlas
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