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How to Deal with Difficult Situations during Pregnancy

05th January 2012
Pregnancy can be a particularly difficult time for some women. You may, for example, be worried about being alone with your new baby, perhaps because you do not have a partner, you have unwillingly become pregnant or have chosen to have a baby by yourself... Read >
Author: Ty Speth

Selecting The Best Halogen Light Bulb

02nd September 2010
A lot of the overall look of your beautiful house and workplace is dependent on the light bulbs you have selected for your rooms. The right bulbs and their intensity of light help your small room look attractive and stylish. Henceforth, selecting the righ... Read >
Author: johndy

Treatment for Dog Seizures

02nd August 2010
If your dog begins to have seizures, it's crucial that you get him to a veterinarian immediately for an evaluation. If your dog is diagnosed with epilepsy, the following article will outline some ways that these seizures can be controlled. It is important... Read >
Author: Jacob Alston

Dog Training Guide - 8 Reasons Why Dogs Can Be Aggressive

15th April 2010
Dog aggression is a major issue - 30% of rescue dogs are there because of aggressive behaviour, it is also the main reason why dogs are put down. There many causes of aggression, they can be grouped into the eight categories listed below. 1. Medical Pr... Read >
Author: John A Thomson

Treating epilepsy with natural remedies

05th March 2010
Epilepsy is a nerve related physical disorder. In epilepsy the brain's normal electrical activity is disrupted and the patient experiences seizures as a result of that. In an Epilepsy attack patients may lose consciousness or his/her vision can turn blank... Read >
Author: lovegrove

Why Do Dogs Shake and Shiver?

18th February 2010
Dogs shake and shiver but there is not a big difference between them. A shaking dog can mean more than pain or minor irritation and a shivering dog evidently feels cold. While a shaking dog may tremble from too much weight and fun but in most situations, ... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Understanding the Benefits of Gabapentin

25th January 2010
Gabapentin is a drug used to help control various kinds of seizures associated with epilepsy. It cannot cure epilepsy, but helps control it and will only work as long as its use is continued. It is also used to treat the pain that occurs after a bout with... Read >
Author: Tom Harel

HISTORY OF COUNSELING

23rd December 2009
In addressing the history of counseling we want to divide the subject into two sections, secular and Christian. Secular. The history of counseling had its origins, first in religion, later in philosophy, and later still in medicine. Religion and philo... Read >
Author: Ralph Bass

IMPORTANCE OF CORRECTLY WRITING ARTICLES

06th October 2009
THE IMPORTANCE OF CORRECTLY WRITING ARTICLES The importance of articles  in today's websites and internet based businesses are immeasurable. They dictate a lot in the success and the drive of traffic into one's site.   It has become a key contr... Read >
Author: ebooker21

Always Take The Prescribed Dosage of Tramadol

23rd June 2009
Tramadol is a medication developed by the German pharmaceutical firm Grunenthal GmbH, and is used for treating severe chronic pain. Specifically, it is most often used to relieve pain associated with neuralgia, which is pain onset by a change in neurologi... Read >
Author: Nathan Milhoan

Can Video Games Cause Seizures?

12th June 2009
Can Video Games Produce Seizures? While there is no scientific evidence that playing video games can be the bring about of new epilepsy episodes; people who suffer from this manner of disorder, should be very careful when playing video games. Extreme phot... Read >
Author: Rachell

Reiki Treatments Heal Epilepsy & Bells Palsy

17th April 2009
Have you ever been tempted to give yourself the gift of a Destination Resort and Spa that would heal your body, mind and spirit, but had no idea how to choose one? Allow me to introduce you to one of the most unique healing resorts and spas in the wor... Read >
Author: guruofchange

How to recover from serious head injury

03rd March 2009
Serious head injury can lead to a lifetime of debilitation and a wide range of problems. However, a great deal of progress has been made in the treatment of serious head injury over the last few years, and the emphasis is now very firmly placed on treatme... Read >
Author: Nick Jervis

Does Memory Reside Inside the Brain

28th February 2009
On Jun 2, 2005, NBC Philadelphia had an interesting report. Christina Santhouse had caught a virus that caused a rare brain disorder known as Rasmussen's Syndrome at an age of 8. And her doctor had to perform hemispherectomy, removal of half of the brain,... Read >
Author: vanityfair

Spanish Moss Essential Oil

02nd April 2008
Spanish Moss essential oil is a highly potent oil, usually used when creating perfumes or body products. Spanish Moss essential oil is also often referred to as Oak Moss essential oil, and many people describe the fragrance of this oil as reminding them o... Read >
Author: Rwatson
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