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Turmeric Benefits – What the Ancients Knew

11th November 2011
Is a cure for cancer still in the far distant future? In this new century, perhaps not. And if that cure involved curcumin, a known cancer fighter, the continuing research into it would be a gift from the ancient Asians of three thousand years ago. They k... Read >
Author: Carolyn

Cellteam Biotechnology Offers Therapeutic Applications of Stem Cell Implants

15th September 2010
Cellteam Biotechnology, located in Guadalajara, Mexico, is a stem cell treatment facility dedicated to regenerative medicine and new therapeutic approaches to health and wellness.A leader in stem cell implants and technology, staff and the medical team fr... Read >
Author: placidway

Choosing the Right dog cart for your handicapped dog

15th September 2010
Nowadays, disabled and handicapped dogs can regain their normal life by using a dog wheelchair. These consists of comfortable harnesses attached to frames on wheels. These allow disabled mutts the freedom to move about by themselves and get the exercise t... Read >
Author: JamesAtwater

Neurosurgeon in Medicointernational | The human brain specialist | Dr. Suresh Mohanty

07th September 2010
Medicointernational is seeking to introduce all Clinical measures, from examination to Clinical Procedures during treatment of all Pathological situations in each field of Medicine. For the beginners in the practice of health profession, economic health c... Read >
Author: Christina York

The Effects of Physiotherapy on Neurological Conditions

30th September 2009
Neurological conditions may be very severe. They can be life-threatening at times, and they can certainly affect the quality of the patient's life. There are many neurological conditions and physiotherapy can help many of them. Alzheimer's disease tak... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Saffron: Spicy Yellow Solution for Depression

30th April 2009
For thousands of years the yellow spice, saffron has been used by traditional medical systems to treat several illnesses. Contemporary clinical research has shown that, when it comes to the treatment of mild to moderate depression, saffron is on a par wit... Read >
Author: Keith Scott MD

SHEPHERD’S PURSE

15th May 2008
A very common medicinal herb, but so little known for its therapeutic uses, shepherd's purse is used for treating muscle afflictions as well as adjusting blood circulation. Shepherd's purse is a perennial herb which bears likenesses with the knapsacks w... Read >
Author: cristi ion

Muscle Twitching and Benign Fasciculation Syndrome

10th April 2007
BFS ' also known as 'muscle fasciculation syndrome', 'benign fasciculation' and 'fasciculation syndrome' ' is a relatively rare disorder of the nervous system characterized by the uncontrolled fasciculation (twitching) of muscle groups in various parts of... Read >
Author: Dr Keith Scott
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