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Advice on how to get rid of back pain after pregnancy

26th October 2009
Back pain after pregnancy is very common and it's estimated that over 50% of women suffer from back pain during and after pregnancy. Mostly this type of back ache is minor, but in some cases it can be quite severe especially if untreated for over a period... Read >
Author: roberto

The Health Benefits Of Ganoderma

07th September 2009
How long have you been suffering due to a specific illness like high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart problem? If you are not at the moment, how do you know that you will not suffer from any disease like cancer or paralysis in the future? Indeed, the ch... Read >
Author: Bennett Diaz

Bumper Height Mismatch Auto Accidents: A Surprising Safety Concern

01st August 2009
Since the bumpers of two vehicles are meant to make first contact during an accident to absorb the brunt of the impact, it seems logical that all vehicles should have bumpers of equal height. Unfortunately, this is not the case: some vehicles have bumpers... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Long Term Affects of Polio: What’s the Difference Between Flat and Flaccid Feet?

18th May 2009
The quick and crucial answer to the question, "What's the difference between flat and flaccid feet?" is that flat feet, though they have fallen arches, retain mobility whereas flaccid feet have lost the ability to move at all. Both conditions are long ter... Read >
Author: Kent

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

Preparation: The Key to Public Speaking Success for Introverts

15th December 2008
Preparation: The Key to Public Speaking Success for Introverts* The year was 2000. It was time to give the annual report to the Board and Suzanne, the VP of Finance, was sweating buckets. The rolls of nausea began before she moved up to the podium. Wit... Read >
Author: Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, Ph.D.

Three Simple Steps To More Profitable Forex Trade

08th September 2008
Jeffrey Tan FXAutoAlerts.com Whether you are new and a seasoned forex trader, one cannot escape the fact that every trade requires the knowledge to recognize the right conditions to enter a trade, where to place your stop loss, determine your target ... Read >
Author: Jeff Tan

Kernicterus – Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

21st June 2008
Kernicterus is a form of brain damage caused by excessive jaundice. The substance which causes jaundice, bilirubin, is so high that it can move out of the blood into brain tissue. When babies begin to be affected by excessive jaundice, when they begin to ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Aaron Solowoniuk - Living with MS

28th March 2008
If you are a Canadian radio listener under the age of 30, the odds are pretty good that you have heard of the band Billy Talent (we are not saying that people over 30 haven`t heard of the band, just that you are less likely to, and more power to you if yo... Read >
Author: Rob Parker

Gastroparesis - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Methods

02nd September 2007
Gastroparesis is the failure of the stomach to empty because of decreased gastric motility. It is also called delayed gastric emptying. Diabetes is the most common cause of gastroparesis. Gastroparesis can also occur after stomach surgery for other condit... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen
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