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New Treatment for Rosacea and Acne Rosacea

14th February 2012
There are a number of tried and tested treatments for rosacea, over the years some (e.g. IPL) have been refined and are extremely effective when used by an experienced professional. A specialist clinic has now used IPL as the building block of a new highl... Read >
Author: Dave Maratos

Stainless steel water bottle keeps water safe and pure

15th March 2011
Do you often carry your drinking water in the plastic bottle? Study has revealed that water in plastic bottles is not health friendly as molecules of the bottle leach with the water causing damage to the body. Experts suggest the ideal water to keep drink... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

Omeprazole 20 mg Daily: Is it Really Good for You?

23rd February 2011
There are many doctors who prescribe their patients with either Omeprazole 20 mg or 40 mg dose at around once or twice daily depending on their medical condition. And this question lies among all patients who receive the medicine: Is this medication reall... Read >
Author: Elizabeth

Thermos stainless steel bottle provides safe and pure drinking water

08th July 2010
Researches have suggested that keeping drinking water in plastic bottles is not healthy as molecules of the bottle might leach with the water and cause harm to the body. The right way to keep water pure and safe for drinking is the thermos stainless steel... Read >
Author: Article Manager

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

Natural Remedies Loose Stools and Diarrhea

22nd March 2010
People often confuse "loose stool," or diarrhea, with "soft, smelly stool." The latter is the kind that floats, or sticks to the sides of the bowl and may be difficult to flush. If this the case, then you may actually have steatorrhea, which is simply inc... Read >
Author: Dr. Mital John

Proper Procedures for English Tea Time

15th October 2009
When we say "English Tea Time", we eventually associate the English tea time to some form of gathering with the tea at the center stage. Well, this idea is right in the first place. As we all know, most people especially the English are mostly tea drinker... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

Indian Chutney Recipes an exotic taste A quick dip into a bowl of colourful dips

05th October 2009
After an earnest tribute to our beloved Indian cuisine and Indian recipes, I suppose its time to move on with our big ride. So, before we get started, plz fasten those seat belts tight, as you'd need really something to keep you taut from falling of... Read >
Author: IndianRecipeCook

Powerful Proven Remedies For Cold Sores And Oral Herpes Outbreaks

19th December 2008
There is no shortage of remedies for cold sores. The stores and internet are full of them. Most are fine for immediate comfort but are not very effective in healing your cold sore quickly. You really need both - quick healing and fast symptom relie... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Tim Tam Explosions and the Art of Dunking a Penguin

21st May 2007
Ladies, there is an exquisite sensory experience which awaits us all, which far exceeds anything the body has revelled in before, a sensation so unique that it cannot be exceeded by anything a mortal man or woman could do for us..... yes, ladies, its' the... Read >
Author: girlstravelclub.co.uk

HEART ATTACK AND DRINKING WATER

14th March 2007
Heart Attack and drinking warm water.... Not only about the warm water after your meal, but about heart attacks. This makes sense.. the Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals...not cold water...maybe it is time we adopt their drinking h... Read >
Author: Fatima Jiwani
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