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Find the best guide for india travel packages

29th January 2013
There is no shortage of options for travel package to India. There square measure the beaches, backwaters and water bodies, anthropology and historic attractions, cultural events, hill stations, a spread of ecosystems, life sanctuaries and romantic destin... Read >
Author: Joy Travels

Ibuprofen diminishes migraine effect

30th July 2012
Almost everyone has had a headache at one point in his or her life. Headaches are of different types. In a migraine, throbbing pain is felt on one side of the head. The most important symptom you will probably have with your migraine headache is pain, and... Read >
Author: Nutritionists Republic

Weight Loss Surgery in India with Best Bariatric Surgeons at Affordable Cost

11th July 2012
With sedentary lifestyle and junk eating habits taking a toll on the health of people, obesity has become a major health concern globally. World Health Organization has estimated that by 2015, the number of people with obesity will reach by 700 million. ... Read >
Author: Sonia

Herbal Medicine by A Strande Naturopath

14th October 2011
Herbal medicine refers to using a plantís seed, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers for medical purposes. Herbalism has a long tradition of use outside of conventional medicine. It is becoming more mainstream as improvements in analysis and quality c... Read >
Author: Dr. Aleksander

MRSA Cure Located

12th July 2011
Very little would seem to originate from the government's interest in preventing the explosion of resistant bacteria. The only reason I became involved is simply because my relative caught this illness. After the operations this individual became contamin... Read >
Author: Carmine Vang

The Medical Tourism Industry in 2011 and beyond.

11th March 2011
Medical Tourism is a relatively new and growing trend in the healthcare industry, where people will travel between countries to obtain medical treatment. There are generally two types of medical tourists; those traveling to a different country to access m... Read >
Author: Ben

Cyberknife treatment for Glioblastoma multiforme (GVM)

24th November 2010
Among the types of brain tumors, Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common and the most aggressive. It develops from glial cells, the supportive cells of the brain. Examples of these cells are astrocytes, ependymal and oligodendroglial cells. Gliob... Read >
Author: ColoradoCyberknife

The One Minute Cure

03rd November 2010
A One Time Cure to Virtually All Diseases Including Cancer Life is beautiful when you can have fun and achieve many goals. To go with your life smoothly and without any risks of being sick is the hope of every one; do you ever wonder how that life woul... Read >
Author: Lucilda

Drug Stability

01st October 2010
Drug stability means the capability of a drug or a drug substance to remain within an established condition of characteristics, quality of strength and purity within a particular time period. The basic factors that affect the stability of a drug are light... Read >
Author: Marcia

Chicken and nutrition and safety of MSG - monosodium glutamate, chicken, condiments - Food Industry

04th August 2010
40 years ago, a Chinese-American physician wrote a letter, "New England Journal of Medicine" to easy style to describe his recent trip to a Chinese restaurant appetite, numbness after the results home, palpitations, weakness and other symptoms, he suspect... Read >
Author: overmoon

Weight Control Tea: A Tea Answering the Obesity Problem?

09th April 2010
European producer of natural health products Bio3 has released an herbal tea said to combat obesity and reduce overweightness. As one of 17 products introduced into the American market in late 2009 by Bio3 Corporation, Weight Control Tea is part of Bio3's... Read >
Author: Yolanda Saez

Using Your Ergo Baby Carrier While Nursing

29th January 2010
One of the best ways to bond with your baby is by nursing or breastfeeding. Breastfeeding provides many other advantages over formula feeding too. A baby who is breastfed receives immunity to certain diseases and viruses through their mother's milk. This... Read >
Author: P. Frame

How Cigarette Smoking Causes Disease and Amputation of Fingers, Arms, and Legs!

11th January 2010
Nicotine itself is not addictive, but it is responsible for releasing dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with pleasure and reinforcements in the brain, thus inducing addictive tendencies in humans. Nicotine is a chemical found in tobacco leaf, the ma... Read >
Author: Glenford Robinson

Cell Phone Dangers - Protecting Our Homes From Cell Phone Radiation

08th January 2010
There are over 4 billion cell phone users throughout the world today - that's about 4 people out of every 6 living on this planet and owning a cell phone, subscribed to a cellular phone plan, or living with someone who owns a mobile phone. The ubiquity of... Read >
Author: Emmanuel Gonot

The Importance of Milk to Pregnant Women

23rd July 2009
Pregnant women are at a fragile stage of their lives. Any nutritional imbalances that occur during pregnancy can lead to difficulties not only with his health, but also the health of her fetus. Moreover, if the mother keeps a healthy diet and gets enough ... Read >
Author: All About Baby Information
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