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Natural Sinus Relief - How to Cure Sinus Congestion Naturally By Bowdy Damme

20th June 2011
Natural Sinus Relief - How to Cure Sinus Congestion Naturally By Bowdy Damme Victims of chronic Sinus Congestion may have the following symptoms for 12 weeks or more: facial pain/pressure, facial congestion/fullness, nasal obstruction/blockage, thick... Read >
Author: salman khan

Saving Your Baby from Sinusitis Complications

17th November 2010
Worried about your baby’s runny nose? Is your baby constantly sneezing or coughing? You might be thinking that it is just a common cold. Well you might want to think again. Sometimes the signs which we mistaken to be a simple cold may be a sign of another... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

What to Consider Before Starting Botox Skin Care

22nd August 2010
Botox is among the foremost skin care and skin alteration procedures available today, with an unparalleled ability to "remove" wrinkles and make the skin look younger and wrinkle-free. The treatment is effective but temporary, such that plastic surgeon's ... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

Upper Respiratory Infection Pathophysiology, Symptoms and Treatment

27th May 2010
Upper respiratory infection, or URI, is an acute illness also known as the common cold. It is most often due to a bacterial or viral invasion of the body, that enters through the respiratory system. Pathophysiology: URIs characteristically attack th... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

What Causes Vocal Hoarseness?

19th December 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Lynda Stucky Did you know there is a correlation between physical fitness and vocal health? Vocal sound begins with a complex and dynamic interaction of various muscles in the vocal tract. A good exercise program increases cardio-res... Read >
Author: Lynda Stucky, M.A. CCC-Speech Pathology

Bordetella Vaccine - Kennel Cough Preventative

07th March 2008
The Bordetella vaccine is commonly given to dogs to prevent kennel cough. I put emphasis on the word "prevention" because like the flu shot in humans, the Bordetella vaccine is a prevention - not a cure. All my puppies receive their first Bordetella vacci... Read >
Author: Penny DiLoreto
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