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Ruptured Ovarian Cyst - Causes, Symptoms And Treatment

04th February 2011
With ovarian cyst there is always a danger that it will rupture. Especially in those cases when the cyst was not found early enough. We name it a ruptured ovarian cyst. It is known that most of the ovarian cysts are not malignant - meaning they are not... Read >
Author: ClareWt7

Pulse Oximeter Usage by Athletes

15th November 2010
Athletes are known to push their body, physically to its limit. Sprinters desire to run faster, while swimmers desire to swimmer faster, and mountain climbers desire to climb to higher elevations. It is of the utmost importance from a physiological point ... Read >
Author: Pulse Oximeter

Does Caffeine Break Down Muscles...

02nd July 2010
Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance that is found in common beverages such as coffee, tea, soda and also in common over the counter drugs. Its use is thousands of years old and its effects on the body are well documented although the exact mech... Read >
Author: Dr Muscle

What Everyone Should Know About Eye Health

30th June 2010
Good eye health habits can protect your eyesight for many years to come. Healthy eye care includes the following: Getting adequate Vitamin A through diet or supplements Scheduling regular eye exams, particularly after the age of 40 Minimizing eyest... Read >
Author: Jon Davidson

How You Can Prevent Any Heat Exhaustion While Running

14th May 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter One of our body's primary roles is for it's core temperature to remain at 98degrees F. Heat exhaustion, some would call it dehydration, occurs when our body's sweating cannot cool down to this temperature. Our body will... Read >
Author: Lynsey B Carter

Hamstring Tendonitis - How To Avoid it

25th March 2010
Hamstring Tendonitis involves an aching soreness in 1 or both legs, within the location above the knee, the biceps and usually on the back from the upper legs. This form of tendonitis, the inflammation from the tendons that connect the body's muscles to t... Read >
Author: Rusty Mcmillan

Who's at Risk for Hamstring Tendonitis?

23rd February 2010
Hamstring Tendonitis involves an aching pain in one or both legs, in the area above the knee, the biceps and often on the back of the upper legs. This form of tendonitis, the inflammation of the tendons that connect the body's muscles to the bone, is most... Read >
Author: Donald Munoz

CoQ10 Benefits Include Increased Energy, Endurance, and Mental Alertness

12th June 2009
Since Coemzyme Q10 was discovered in the late 1950s, clinical research has proven it to be one of the most powerful of the body's natural antioxidants. While study of its potential as a disease preventative is ongoing, millions can attest that CoQ10 benef... Read >
Author: RA Butters

Exercise To Become Flexible

04th March 2009
Flexibility exercise and training allows the body the activity it needs in order to achieve a wider range of motion. The joints as well as the muscles surrounding it can deteriorate or can only enjoy limited range of movement over time if seldom used. Wit... Read >
Author: Joaquin Sanders

Detailed Information on Moyamoya Disease

17th October 2008
Moyamoya illness is a rare, advanced cerebrovascular disorder characterized by the narrowing or occlusion of main blood vessels leading into the brain, and the formation of abnormal blood vessels called moyamoya vessels. It can occur at any time, but is m... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

The Best Ways to Induce Labor

13th August 2008
Here is a list of the best ways to induce labor naturally for those women who have gone past their due date. These suggestions were provided by experienced women and are what worked for them.Natural Ways to Induce Labor1. The night before I went into labo... Read >
Author: C.L. Hendricks

Inguinal Hernia – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

13th June 2008
Inguinal hernias occur when soft tissue - usually part of the intestine - protrudes through a weak point or tear in your lower abdominal wall. The resulting bulge of this common condition can be painful - especially when you cough, bend over or lift a hea... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Third Trimester Pregnancy – Getting Ready To Welcome Your Baby!

20th January 2008
At last, you have reached the third trimester pregnancy stage! Good! This is the time for preparing to welcome your baby. You should get busy increasing your knowledge about childbirth and nursing so that things get easier for you as your pregnancy prog... Read >
Author: apurva
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