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What Owners Need to Know About Gingivitis in Felines

06th November 2012
Cats aren't exactly able to brush their own teeth to keep them in good health, which is why the majority of them have oral problems of some sort later in life. Feline gingivitis is one of the most common problems that they suffer from. This condition oc... Read >
Author: D Swain

Banish Bacne - A Holistic Program Will Eliminate Back Acne Forever

22nd November 2011
Bacne is short for 'back acne'. It can be an embarrassing ailment because the skin on your back covers such a large area. A cure for this problem is now available. The holistic approach has an excellent record for getting rid of bad acne and will make you... Read >
Author: Blair Wallace

Causes of UTI in Canines - Possible Primary and Secondary Causes

22nd November 2011
UTI is short for urinary tract infection. UTI in canines is the number reason for veterinarian visits for dog owners. The causes of UTI in canines are generally one of a number of different types of bacteria. The list of odd sounding, difficult to pronoun... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

The Best Colon Cleansing Product - How To Locate One

12th November 2010
Are looking for the best colon cleansing product available on the market? If you are, below is a simple guide for you to assess the available products. Health And Body Weight Health of the body does not come with excessive weight. In fact, being o... Read >
Author: Alan

Impetigo Treatment

13th September 2010
impetigo is a skin infection that is highly contagious. It produces blisters on face, and hands and this particular skin disorder is very common among children. It has been found that impetigo can be caused by two types of bacteria. The first can be gr... Read >
Author: ememichael

Can The Bacillus Coagulans Probiotics Be Use On Food?

18th August 2010
Do you know what good bacteria you need in your intestinal tract? There are hundreds of different bacteria in your intestines. Do you want to know, which ones dominate and that contribute to your over all health. Read this article to discover what health ... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

FRIDGE BREAKDOWNS AND FRIDGE FLOODS NOT A PROBLEM FOR SCIENTISTS AT CBIO

13th July 2010
Fridgefree puts an end to refrigeration engineers spending up to 50% of their time on fridge breakdowns performing the unpleasant task of dealing with refrigerator slime - namely sucking out and disposing of the filthy black fridge gel that blocks refrige... Read >
Author: CBio

Advantages of coconut water

09th July 2010
You must have drunk coconut water many times and it might have refreshed you also in the heat. But do you know the health benefits of coconut water? This water is next to simple water when it comes to purest form of drinks. It has manifold benefits that y... Read >
Author: elishkiya

What Is Facial Cellulitis?

30th June 2010
Summer has arrived, at this time of the year we are aware that we have skin. Redness of certain regions of the skin, minor bruises from unplanned knocks and even bites of different insects are not rare, unlike the hard part of the year. Over wintertime we... Read >
Author: JohnCW

Allicin, Allimax and Antibiotic Resistant Diseases

21st June 2010
Several animal studies published between 1995 as well as august 2005 indicate that allicin might: reduce coronary artery disease as well as fat depositing, normalize the actual lipoprotein balance, reduce blood pressure, have anti-thrombotic and anti-infl... Read >
Author: Carlos Powers

Antibiotics: classification and uses

18th June 2010
An antibiotic is a chemical produced by or derived from microorganisms (i.e. germs such as bacteria and fungi or bugs). Antibiotics are among the most frequently prescribed medications in modern medicine. Antibiotics cure disease by killing the bacteria o... Read >
Author: skgaran

Sinus is Curable in your Home as well as Hi Tech Health Centre

03rd June 2010
Each sinus cavity has an opening into the nose for the free exchange of air and mucus that is joined to the nasal passages by a continuous mucous membrane lining. Sinusitis is caused by inflammation of the paranasal sinuses due to a viral, bacterial, fung... Read >
Author: Richard Rabins

How To Treat Bacterial Vaginosis Correctly Without Needing Prescribed Medication Or Even Heading To

01st June 2010
Presently troubled with BV? Need to learn how to cure bacterial vaginosis without needing standard prescribed medication which might possibly not actually get the job done? Are you actually tired of the discomforts, particularly the bad scent that makes a... Read >
Author: Christopher Stover

Taking The Best Brita Portable Water Filter

11th May 2010
Brita portable water filters are the world's best known brand of portable drinking water filters. They are about the only brand that makes enough money to have television commercials. You can find Brita products, especially the Brita water pitcher, in jus... Read >
Author: lisa lucero

Solutions for Ammonia Removal in Wastewater

22nd April 2010
The problem with ammonia in wastewater has become a major concern throughout the world, particularly in United States. About half of the states in U.S, including the District of Columbia, have followed the rules in pursuant to EPA's 1999 water quality cri... Read >
Author: laradavidson
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