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Pyometra and Your Dog

10th May 2011
Pyometra comes from the Latin language and is defined as a pus-filled uterus. The condition is usually seen in female dogs over five years of age, and the risk of the condition goes up with age. Unless the uterus is removed, which is a surgical procedure,... Read >
Author: Rebecca Ann

Foods that Can Increase Your Platelet Count

13th July 2010
A number of different reasons are out there, which could cause you to have growing concern to increase your platelet count. In general, a low blood cell count is nothing to mess around with and can potentially lead to a number of complications. Therefore,... Read >
Author: briangarvin

The Bitter Truth About Splenda

30th December 2009
If you were told to ingest a biologically alien synthetic chemical whose presence on this planet did not predate 1976, and whose structure is only a few atoms away from the deadly pesticide DDT, and you knew that not only were there no long term human saf... Read >
Author: Sayerji

Caution on a Natural Shingles Treatment - Red Marine Algae

02nd July 2009
Red Marine Algae Can Support the Immune System Red marine algae have been widely used as a valuable food for thousands of years in coastal regions around the world. They have a high nutritional content, including trace minerals from the ocean. This gr... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

All About Vitamin B Complex Vitamins

13th April 2008
B complex, once thought to be a single vitamin, is now classified as 12 related water-soluble compounds. Four can be synthesized by the body and include inositol, PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid), choline and lipoic acid. The remaining eight are not made in ... Read >
Author: Vitacost.com, Inc.

Iron - Deficiency Symptoms and Food Sources

07th April 2007
Iron deficiency means less than adequate iron levels in the body. Iron is an essential component of haemoglobin - the oxygen carrying pigment in the blood. Iron-deficient people tire easily because their bodies remain starved for oxygen. Without enoug... Read >
Author: Candy
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