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Pyometra and Your Dog

10th May 2011
Pyometra comes from the Latin language and is defined as a pus-filled uterus. The condition is usually seen in female dogs over five years of age, and the risk of the condition goes up with age. Unless the uterus is removed, which is a surgical procedure,... Read >
Author: Rebecca Ann

American Bulldog and Dog Allergies

11th April 2011
There are steps that you can take to minimize triggering of allergies. Check your home and keep it free of allergy triggers by vacuuming. Improve the air quality in your home by keeping windows closed. Use air conditioning and HEPA filter your home's heat... Read >
Author: Van Stephenson

The Many Health Benefits of Castor Oil

04th January 2011
Castor oil is a natural vegetable oil, which is obtained from castor beans. It is a colorless to very pale yellow liquid with mild or no odor or taste. The average composition of Castor seed oil is as follows: Ricinoleic acid 85 to 95% Oleic acid 6 to 2% ... Read >
Author: chemistdirect

Dogs and the Bacterial Infection, Leptospirosis

18th February 2010
Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that can affect a dog's blood, liver, and kidneys. The bacteria that cause the illness are carried primarily by rats and other rodents, but dogs that are infected with the disease can infect other dogs as well. Inges... Read >
Author: Jimmie Mcdowell

Sodium Hydroxide Processing and First Aid Measures

04th June 2009
Sodium hydroxide is one of the strongest alkaline with a chemical formula NaOH. It is also known as lye or caustic soda. Industries use this compound in manufacturing paper, pulp, textiles, soap, and many cleaning agents. This strong base forms heat-evolv... Read >
Author: joalesto

The H1N1 Swine Flu Epidemic Treatment

08th May 2009
Can the H1N1 swine flu epidemic treatment and prevention be so simple as taking a supplement? In 2006, a scientific paper offered an inexpensive way to manage the current influenza outbreak. What if the solution for the H1N1 swine flu epidemic was as simp... Read >
Author: Jonathan Steele

A Cold, The Flu Or Something More Serious

08th May 2009
Getting a cold or the flu is a common problem. We often go to extremes to ensure that we don't get sick; but the inevitable will happen, and life will be unpleasant for a few days. You can't catch the same cold or flu virus twice, but they are constantly ... Read >
Author: S Porter

Food Poisoning Symptoms

16th January 2009
Food poisoning is caused due intake of leftover food stuff which is contaminated by bacteria, viruses, environmental toxins or toxins present in food itself. The harmful bacteria present in the leftovers can upset your stomach and you can suffer from diar... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson
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