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Liver Cancer Treatment India - Types Of Treatment & Cost In India

24th September 2009
Liver Cancer In India Primary liver cancer begins in the cells of the liver itself. Although many cancers are declining in the United States, new cases of primary liver cancer are increasing.Cancers that commonly spread to the liver include colon, lung a... Read >
Author: WeCareIndia

How Nutrients Are Transported Through The Body

27th August 2009
Did you know that most food nutrients are actually absorbed into the blood stream through the small intestine? It's the first step in getting nutrients and essential elements to the farthest corners of the body and into every cell. The bloodstream acts li... Read >
Author: Evan O’Rourke

What causes vomiting & regurgitation in dogs?

09th July 2009
Vomiting in dogs is a pet health condition that is a reaction or a symptom of an underlying disease such as cancer, diarrhea etc. During vomiting the dog will throw out all the food inside his stomach. Continuous vomiting can lead to dehydration due to lo... Read >
Author: Thierry babineaux

Dog Parasites: Checking for Signs of Bugs!

06th July 2009
Give your dog a well-balanced diet, proper exercise, training, play-time, a whole lot of love and attention, and you'll have a dog that will live a long and healthy life! One that is free of diseases and dog parasites. In addition, you can prevent him... Read >
Author: JonJG

Gastric Sleeve Surgery - Benefits and Potential Problems

27th June 2009
Gastric sleeving is a form of weight loss surgery which is gaining momentum. The complete name for the procedure is Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy but it is widely known by the more common term "gastric sleeve" or "sleeve gastrectomy". They all describe the ... Read >
Author: Wayne Lotham

How Could My Digestive System Be Causing My Back Pain?

27th June 2009
This article reveals one of the major hidden causes of back pain, particularly lower back pain. This problem is a common reason why pain keeps coming back, even after physical treatments such as physiotherapy, chiropractic and massage.The underlying cause... Read >
Author: Andrew Powell, Chiropractor

Nutrition For Crohn's Sufferers - 7 Ways To Get It

05th June 2009
For a Crohn's patient with active symptoms, it can be difficult to get the nutrition we need. When it hurts just to eat anything, eating becomes something we don't even want to think about. Listed are a few ways I have used to get as much nutrition as pos... Read >
Author: D. Robinson

A Crohn's Diet - You Can Heal Yourself

05th June 2009
As a Crohn's patient, you may not have considered how vital your diet is to your health. When Crohn's symptoms are active, it can be painful to eat at all. While we know there is not yet a cure for Crohn's Disease, we also know how to combat the effects o... Read >
Author: D. Robinson

The Best Probiotics - How to Pick Them

18th May 2009
Most probiotic products fail to deliver their probiotic strains through the harsh acidity of the stomach (pH 1.5-2.5) into the intestinal tract alive which means these products don't work! It's typical for Lactobacillus probiotic species to lose 4 l... Read >
Author: MikeH

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

There is nothing better than Dieters Tea for slimming

18th September 2008
In order to get rid of toxins from your body Dieters Tea is a good option. It is a herbal tea that has no side effects and unlike any other medicines available in the market for slimming. The main reason to recommend Dieters tea is it has only 4 calories ... Read >
Author: herbalspan

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

06th June 2008
Primary biliary cirrhosis is a rare form of biliary cirrhosis of unknown origin, occurring without obstruction or infection of the major bile ducts, sometimes developing after the administration of such drugs as chlorpromazine and arsenicals. Affecting ch... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Know the Disadvantages of Alcohol

20th May 2008
Many people use alcohol to escape from their problems, or to change their personalities. They have an inability to control their drinking, a high tolerance level for alcohol, and may suffer problems at work or in school as a result. If your family and fri... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Chinese Diet Teas - One Of The Worlds Amazing Diet Secrets?

07th April 2008
For many years Chinese teas have been viewed as one of the worlds greatest diet remedies. Various companies have been selling these products as such. Chinese diet teas are low on calories and the caffeine found in most teas assists in the burning of calor... Read >
Author: ron king

Inguinal Hernia - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

01st April 2008
An inguinal hernia, or a groin hernia, is a protrusion (lump) of the small intestine or fatty tissue into the groin through a weakness or tear in the abdominal wall.When part of an organ protrudes through an abnormal opening or in an abnormal way, this is... Read >
Author: peterhutch
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