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Progression Of MS

09th February 2012
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disorder where the body attacks itself, specifically the myelin, which is located in our central nervous system as a layer of substance protecting the nerve fibers. Lesions or scars will appear in different areas o... Read >
Author: MarkusBrugger

Cataract removal surgery procedure for the over 50s

14th November 2011
Cataracts are very common but very treatable. They occur when the lens of the eye becomes hardened and slightly cloudy with age. If left untreated they can severely affect eyesight, even causing partial blindness. They are extremely treatable however. Hav... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

Which Tinnitus Treatment method Is Suitable for You?

18th October 2011
There are quite a few herbs and vitamins utilised in healing tinnitus and right here you will uncover info pertaining to the ones that are the most widespread. Lycium Fruit - This herb has been utilized as an effected remedy for tinnitus and to treat ... Read >
Author: LarryHerman

Potential Problems to Consider When Using Muscle Relaxants

09th August 2010
Muscle relaxants are a popular product nowadays, particularly among the fitness-conscious "weekend warrior" crowd. These particular medications are usually doctor-prescribed. Based on research and user feedback, reports about the side effects of muscle re... Read >
Author: Josef Strong

Best way for Migraine Treatment

15th July 2010
Presently There are many different ways you can find if you having really a bad headache to a migraine. http://www.babaramdevmedicines.com/ramdev-medicines/migraine-headache.htm headache symptoms in fact could vary by person to person condition. The... Read >
Author: dr jany

Glasses for Computer Users

17th May 2010
Any new technology brings with it new avenues and new health risks. There is no doubt that computers have become a major tool to study, work or conduct business. More and more hours are now being spent in front of computer screens. While no one will argue... Read >
Author: ExclusiveEyes

Side Effects of Gabapentin

17th December 2009
Postherpetic NeuralgiaThe most normally noticed side effects of Gabapentin in adult patients treated for neuralgia following shingles, not noted at an equivalent occurrence among placebo-treated persons, were wooziness, sleepiness, and peripheral edema.In... Read >
Author: Christopher Velez

Cataracts and Cataract Surgery for Senior Citizens

27th October 2009
Cataracts & Cataract Surgery: Guide for Senior Citizens A majority of senior citizens over the age of 80 have experienced what is known as a cataract, or a clouding of the lens in the eye, which usually leads to deteriorated eyesight. It is important t... Read >
Author: TheCaringSpace.com

Wearing contact lenses may lead to Acanthamoeba Keratitis

02nd October 2009
Contact lenses always need careful cleaning and storing. If the wearer has poor health habits, a serious infection named Acanthamoeba may be aroused, which is very difficult to treat. To prevent this bothering infection, contact lenses wearers must follow... Read >
Author: Lily Allen

A Few Precautions When Using Pinhole Glasses

25th February 2009
Pinhole glasses are the alternative for the conventional glasses. It offers a better exercise than the others. It contains more number of perforations over an opaque material like plastic or metal. These perforations reduce the width of the diverging rays... Read >
Author: Mike

Food Poisoning Symptoms

16th January 2009
Food poisoning is caused due intake of leftover food stuff which is contaminated by bacteria, viruses, environmental toxins or toxins present in food itself. The harmful bacteria present in the leftovers can upset your stomach and you can suffer from diar... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

How Vision Exercises Can Restore Your Natural Eyesight

19th December 2008
A significant portion of our population suffers from some form of eyesight defect. The most widely known are nearsightedness, farsightedness or hyperopis, and presbyopia(also referred to as old age sight). If you visit your Opthalmologist with one of ... Read >
Author: Joel Sherman

Discover A Powerful Cure For Sweating Hands!

22nd September 2008
The other day I was over at YouTube and I happened apon a clip of a young guy playing the game "Guitar Hero". He had a guitar hooked up to the system and began playing it. However, after mere minutes his hands were sweating profusely, sweat was dripping o... Read >
Author: Renard Muldrake

Blepharitis Treatment without Medicine

29th May 2008
Blepharitis, in layman's words, is the inflammation of the eyelids accompanied with such symptoms as redness, itching, burning, excessive tearing, blurred vision, and dry eye. These symptoms are associated with bacterial infections on the lids. As current... Read >
Author: Mitamins Team

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Iritis

17th March 2008
Iritis is the most common type of uveitis. Uveitis occurs equally in males and females. Iritis is a form of anterior uveitis and refers to the inflammation of the iris of the eye. There are two main types of iritis: acute and chronic. Acute iritis is a ty... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen
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