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Treatment of High blood pressure and low blood pressure

29th June 2012
Blood pressure is the measure of how hard your blood is pushing against the inside of your arteries. Though a certain amount of pressure is needed to carry blood through your body, but if that pressure is too great, you have high blood pressure, or hypert... Read >
Author: bookmydoctor

Eyesight- Gentle Care for Astigmatism

25th May 2012
Astigmatism is a common eyesight problem which affects persons of any age and seems to worsen as we get older. The condition causes blurry vision and impacts the lives of approximately 30 per cent of the population. Some scientists strongly believe that t... Read >
Author: leftylemon

Eye care health tips for the over 50's

03rd October 2011
Declining health is an obvious problem of ageing adults and the incidence of diseases increases with age. Eye diseases are one of the most common problems in the 50 and above age group. Although these occur naturally over time, there are ways to prevent t... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

Mangosteen Benefits for Diabetics

24th March 2011
Diabetes is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism characterized by an imbalance between insulin supply and demand. This condition occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin. Your body needs insulin to convert glucose... Read >
Author: Diabetic Discovery

How to Combat Dizziness

14th February 2011
The room spinning, everything a blur, the sickening nausea, and then, let go of your friendsí hands and fall to the ground. Ring around the Rosy is over. Dizziness is a condition which affects everyone at one time or another, but if you are older, may ... Read >
Author: Neilb75

5 Common Eye Disorders Involving Tight And Tense Eye Muscles

05th July 2010
For many common eye disorders, tight and tense eye muscles can be an issue that underlies them all. This eye tension needs to be addressed to help resolve these eye disorders. Although eye tension is a common denominator in these eye problems, it can affe... Read >
Author: Carol Murphy

Sinus Cancer Do You Have Sinus Infection or Something More Severe?

26th May 2010
How Sinus Cancer DevelopsIt makes sense to doubt how narrow structures in the face would develop cancer. However, not because sinuses are hollow air pockets does it mean that cancer is not possible.Sinus cancer develops from various sites in the nasal pas... Read >
Author: jillghprx

Air Optix For Astigmatism Toric Contact Lenses Feature Outstanding Wearing Comfort

16th February 2010
Are you tired of toric contact lenses for astigmatism that stick to your eyes, cause you terrible itchiness and redness, or are just plain bad? If so, you may want to consider Air Optix For Astigmatism lenses from CIBA Vision. Approved by the US Food and ... Read >
Author: David Long

How To Stop Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis) Fast

15th September 2009
If you suffer from excessive sweating, you are not alone. Excessive sweating is caused by hyperhidrosis, a very common condition that affects nearly 3% of the population. Most people that suffer from hyperhidrosis sweat regardless of the mood or the weath... Read >
Author: Benjamin Crowley

Is Custom LASIK a Better Choice Than Traditional LASIK?

15th June 2009
There has been a lot of excitement surrounding custom LASIK using WaveFront technology. Unlike traditional LASIK, custom LASIK allows the surgeon to map the patient's cornea and produce a more customized surgical solution for their vision problems. How do... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Frequently Asked Questions About Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)

07th May 2009
Eyelid surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, can drastically improve a person's appearance. If you are considering having blepharoplasty you need to learn more about the procedure. The fact is, when it comes to plastic surgery, an educated patient is the... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Pinhole Glasses: A Boon for People With Blurred Vision

31st March 2009
Modern pinhole eyeglasses contain synthetic plastic lens with diminutive perforations concealed by reflective coating that are fastened to trendy plastic or metal frames. The holes in the glasses restrain the amount of straying light rays that enter the e... Read >
Author: Mike

What Are the Severest Symptoms of Lack of Sleep?

13th October 2008
The severe symptoms of lack of sleep can really cause problems in your life. We all know the smaller symptoms of insomnia and lack of sleep, such as irritability and tiredness, but those really aren't all that dangerous. At most, they're a bit bothersome.... Read >
Author: Writingman1421

Eye allergies and contact lens wear

24th September 2008
Seasonal allergies affect about 20 percent of Americans. A significant portion of these people experience eye allergies, which can cause visual impairment and discomfort. Proper care, however, can limit or prevent the effects of eye allergies. There are... Read >
Author: Chelsea Francis

What Are dry Eyes?

15th June 2007
This article examines the problems associated with dry eyes. Some people just suffer with mild inconvenience on waking up in the morning and finding their eyelids are stuck together, but for others it can cause acute discomfort which can last all day. ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown
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