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How Canker Sores Annoy Us

07th February 2012
A canker sore is a painful and annoying open oral lesion affecting the inner surfaces of the mouth. Canker Sores can look white or yellow with a red border. These swelling sores are also known as aphthous stomatitis. Although they are not a serious condit... Read >
Author: jrath13

Ulcer Index Indicator Get To Know More About It

23rd September 2011
Ulcer index indicator measure the stress of holding trade and investment by simply measuring the price retracements. Ulcer Index is based in the notion which downward volatility is bad, however upward volatility is good. Unlike the standard deviation, the... Read >
Author: Robert.Norris

Documentation & Chief Complaint: Are You Missing Something

26th January 2011
If you're getting dinged on audits because you do not have a chief complaint listed at the top of your physician's documentation, do not give up until you have a look at the entire note. Even though you'll benefit from a chief complaint documented clear... Read >
Author: James Smith

Why Does Old Aspirin Has Vinegar Smell?

19th May 2010
Aspirin is made from salicylic acid and acetic acid. It is a type of drug which is identified as acetylsalicylic acid. It has been widely used in the medical field to cure sickness especially fever and also back pains and aches. When consume, it is said t... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

How to Catch a Cheating Spouse Red Handed - 7 Sure Shot Ways You Can't Afford to Miss

06th May 2010
If you have a gut-feeling that your spouse is cheating with someone else behind your back, then you might simply develop an ulcer by just thinking about it. Instead of fretting, use these 7 tips on how to catch a cheating spouse red handed. The 1st ... Read >
Author: Rahul Talwar

Can Dogs Get Heartburn Too?

28th April 2010
While you may not have considered the possibility before, your dog has as much chance of suffering from heartburn as you do. Heartburn is cause by a a sphincter muscle located between the esophagus and the stomach. Certain foods and underlying medical ... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

The Health Benefits Of Ganoderma

07th September 2009
How long have you been suffering due to a specific illness like high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart problem? If you are not at the moment, how do you know that you will not suffer from any disease like cancer or paralysis in the future? Indeed, the ch... Read >
Author: Bennett Diaz

Are Your Food Choices Causing Your Cold Sores?

08th January 2009
The foods we eat can either cause or prevent cold sores. Nutrition is probably the least talked about in regard to cold sores but food is a very powerful cold sore treatment.This article does not offer specific recipes, but it does reveal the cold sore pr... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Acid Reflux Nausea - Makes the Unbearable even More Unbearable

06th January 2009
Suffering from acid reflux or heartburn is already unbearable. What more if they are combined and literally call them acid reflux nausea or heartburn nausea? It would be excruciating. As the name implies, acid reflux nausea or heartburn nausea is one t... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Natural Remedies To Eliminate Canker Sores Are Now Available

29th August 2007
For the most part canker sores are going to run their course and there is little that can be done until they go away. However, there are methods that can help speed the healing process and lessen the pain that they bring with them. These small red sores, ... Read >
Author: Scott Baker
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