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Excessive Sweating Due to Mucus Phlegm : Know the Truth of This Condition

04th February 2010
Many of us have experienced excessive sweating due to mucus phlegm, the feeling of thick mucus or phlegm lodged in your throat as you try to cough it out makes you sweat profusely. All the more you are in a public place and you try to expel those dry and ... Read >
Author: EdisonNathan

Some Interesting Facts about Acute Bronchitis

03rd February 2010
Acute bronchitis is very common among people with respiratory conditions. This type of bronchitis can occur in anyone, at any age. Acute bronchitis usually accompanies flu or cold and in most cases it doesn't need medical treatment. When acute bronchitis ... Read >
Author: Milton Sykes

JFK Memorial Hospital among 13 Calif. hospitals fined, suspected of violating health code

03rd February 2010
John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital has been fined $100,000 in connection with the alleged mishandling of four patients' cases in summer 2008, one of which ended in the death of a 2-day-old baby, the California Department of Public Health announced Wednesda... Read >
Author: mosup

White Vaginal Discharge

21st January 2010
Fenugreek seeds are another popular natural remedy for white vaginal discharge and for this; one can make a tea from fenugreek seeds. For this, simply put 2 tsp seeds in one liter water. Bring to a boil and let it simmer on low fire for about half an hour... Read >
Author: nick hayden

Clogged Hair Follicles: What Happens?

19th January 2010
It may not be widely known yet but clogged hair follicles can actually lead to death of the hair roots and eventually it is manifested since your hair will be thinner and there might be potential for hair loss as well. It is more pronounced that hair loss... Read >
Author: D. Karlson

Can Hair Follicles be Revived or Not?

19th January 2010
If you are suffering from hair thinning and hair loss then your curiosity might be tickled by asking can hair follicles be revived. Well this is largely related and significantly connected to your hair problem as hair follicles are the ones that are respo... Read >
Author: D. Karlson

Natural Treatments To Help Stop Gums From Bleeding

08th January 2010
Bleeding gums is an irritating annoyance. They could bleed for a number of of causes. Defectively fitted dental devices namely dentures or braces might upset your gums. Some prescription medications such as blood thinners could causes the gums to become m... Read >
Author: Rai Shimizu

What Causes Incontinence in Dogs and What Can I Do About it?

08th January 2010
Incontinence in dogs is usually associated with old age but it can happen to dogs of any age. Older dogs have it when their urinary sphincter becomes weak and they cannot hold their urine in. Younger dogs can get it due to birth defects. Urinary incon... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

A Canine Thickened Bladder Wall Does Not Have to Alter Your Pet's Life

08th January 2010
If your normally happy-go-lucky dog falls prey to a bladder infection, it can be an ugly scene. You might even see blood in its urine. Unfortunately, bladder problems in pets are becoming all too common. A canine thickened bladder wall can be a debilitati... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Canine Thickened Bladder Wall - Simple Tips For Helping Your Dog

08th January 2010
Canine thickened bladder wall can occur in dogs of any age, but it usually presents itself with older pets. Something to keep in mind should your pet experience this ailment is that it can be caused by many different things. In a broad sense, canine thick... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

What to Do When You See Blood in Your Cat's Urine

08th January 2010
Is there blood in your cat's urine? If so, there is no need to fret.Most likely the problem is caused by something minor that can be easily treated. No matter what you think might be the problem underlying blood in cat urine you need to take your cat to t... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Help! There is Blood in My Cat's Stool!

08th January 2010
If you notice blood in your cats feces, you'll probably just about lose it.After all, it can be frightening to see your cat suffering from a potentially painful condition.However, you need to stay calm and first of all figure out why there is blood in cat... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Contagious Rashes at School: Ways to Avoid Catching a Rash

29th October 2009
Along with the cautions about flu, it's also necessary to be aware that some rashes are contagious and may be picked up by your child at school, spread by co-workers or passed around in a nursing home. Rashes also may migrate from one part of the body to ... Read >
Author: Rosie Wallace

Betta Fish Dropsy

02nd October 2009
Betta fish dropsy should not be taken lightly. If left untreated, it can be fatal. Betta dropsy is a symptom of an internal problem, such as a bacterial infection. The Symptoms: - Significant bloating and swelling throughout the fish's entire bod... Read >
Author: HK

Betta Sickness - What Are Some Symptoms to Tell If Your Betta Fish is Sick?

16th September 2009
Here are some things that you should be looking for when you are trying to diagnose betta sickness: · White spots on your betta's head, its body, or eyes · Your betta remains docile and inactive near the bottom of its habitat? · Your betta is ... Read >
Author: HK
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