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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

Edentulism: Causes, Risks, and Treatment

04th October 2011
Edentulism or tooth loss is considered as a major health problem that has serious emotional, social, and psychological consequences affecting a persons self-confidence, self-esteem, overall health. Edentulism is a condition when one or more teeth are mis... Read >
Author: Jenna Schrock

Hindu astrology: A remedy for life

19th May 2011
Hindu astrology has its origin in India and dates back as far as 6500 BC. It is also known as Vedic astrology and jyotish (the science of light).Based on the ancient Indian scriptures, the Vedas, Hindu astrology is capable of improving every aspect of a p... Read >
Author: jassi022

Moderate to Severe Black Mold Health Risks

17th May 2011
Black mold is a serious problem for any home owner. It is one of the most dangerous types of mold, which has various health effects on humans. It is highly poisonous and harmful for humans, so early detection and removal of this mold is essential. Mold... Read >
Author: klibby

Three Reasons to Choose Composite Fillings

09th September 2010
The past few decades of modern dentistry have seen major leaps in technology. From advances in gum disease treatment to laser mapping enamel weak spots, dentists now have an arsenal of weapons to help patients fight tooth decay and gum disease. The most i... Read >
Author: Miamidentist

Should We Spend Time in the Sun?

21st May 2010
We all love to go sunbathing and get that lovely tan. Though, spending time in the sun is important, it should be done in a limited way and not overdone as this can cause health concerns. Before we look into the risks of exposure to sun rays, let's take a... Read >
Author: Stuart Michael M

How to Gain Muscle and Loose Fat Naturally

29th April 2010
Bodybuilding Legend Scott Abel Cracks The Code The entire process was initially developed and coined the Cycle Diet by legendary trainer Scott Abel. I believe that anyone interested in the deeper metabolic science behind the diet order one of Scott's D... Read >
Author: Desmond Newman

How to Manage Chronic Liver Diseases with Natural Remedies

23rd March 2010
Chronic liver disease is the tenth leading cause of death in the United States with over 25,000 deaths annually, according to federal statistics. There are an expected 4 million known cases of hepatitis C in the US, some of which present with cirrhosis or... Read >
Author: Dr. Mital John

Does Olive Oil Have Magical Properties?

23rd February 2010
Eating a Mediterranean diet heavy in extra virgin olive oil can provide you with some major health benefits. Benefits ranging from lowering cholesterol and blood pressure, reducing inflammation and pain from Rheumatoid Arthritis, to protection from heart ... Read >
Author: msc

Massage Techniques 101: Two Lower Leg Massages that Help Relieve Shin Splints

10th February 2010
Treating shin pain can be distressing for those unfortunate enough to suffer from this ailment. From the sensitive nerves to difficulty putting pressure on the leg, it is one of the most painful foot ailments. Even so, with the right treatments, shin pain... Read >
Author: Salomon

High Heel Sandals: Do’s And Don’ts

16th October 2009
A beautiful pair of shoes completes your attire. And if it is a pair of high heel sandals you definitely should never give a second thought and team it with your Indo-Western or formal wear. But then, apart from the beauty factor high heels some with some... Read >
Author: Rahul Rungta

Ergonomic Risk Factors: Protecting The Lower back

18th August 2009
Lower back injuries are among the most common complaints seen in primary care and workers' compensation. Approximately 85 percent of the general population in the western world is afflicted with an episode of back pain in their lifetime.The peak incidence... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

12 life changing (Natural Healthy Chemicals)

07th August 2009
What if I was to say that you can improve your health based on having the knowledge of what these chemicals can do? Well this will be the day when you will find out. All these chemicals are 100% natural and can improve your health, physically and mentally... Read >
Author: elephant9

Why would Highmark want to kill West Penn? : Steve Twedt and Bill Toland

06th May 2009
When Doug Ross, a Seattle-based health care attorney who specializes in antitrust law, first heard about the West Penn Allegheny Health System suing the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and Highmark, a question immediately came to mind. "What's ... Read >
Author: www.EasyToInsureME.com

Potassium Permanganate: When To Discontinue Using It For Medical Application To Avoid Poisoning

30th April 2009
Potassium permanganate is a highly caustic chemical, a strong oxidizer, and can be very harmful to tissues. It is also a poison. Its use for self medication is safe only in liquid form with solutions containing not to exceed 0.04 percent of potassium perm... Read >
Author: joalesto
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