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Irregular Menstruation and Menstrual Abnormalities

24th August 2009
Puberty and menopause mark the two ends of the spectrum of a woman's reproductive life. Puberty is characterized by the onset of menstruation, development of breasts and appearance of secondary sex characteristics. The age for onset of puberty may vary ... Read >
Author: Neal Kapoor

Skin Yeast Infection - Identifying and Treating This Condition

05th August 2009
Many people have various different skin diseases, but I bet most people never thought about a yeast infection of the skin. Actually a skin yeast infection is not all that uncommon, but is most often ignored as a yeast infection. The infection of your skin... Read >
Author: 2Deano

Free Tips For Growing Taller to Add 2 to 6 Inches to Your Height Fast

17th July 2009
Free Tips For Growing Taller to Grow 6 Inches FastResearch indicates that height is one of the most fascinating physical traits. This is because psychology tells us that height makes you appear more imposing to others, seem more competent, and look much s... Read >
Author: noah carter

The Effects of Altitude in Aspen

06th July 2009
There is more to do in Aspen than ski! The Aspen nightlife is like nothing you will experience elsewhere. The warmth and camaraderie of all of the skiers, from all of the different lodges is quite special, and remarkable. You will have a good time in Aspe... Read >
Author: Armando Ramirez

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

Cautions First: Toluene First Aid, Correct Handling And Proper Storage Procedures

27th April 2009
Toluene is a common compound widely used in many industries as a solvent in paints, lacquers, glues and explosives. Household items such as nail polish, inks, glues, and stain removers all contain toluene. Toluene is also present in cigarette smoke and ca... Read >
Author: joalesto

MRSA Symptoms: A Look at Lung Infections

31st December 2008
MRSA or methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus infections are becoming a common problem in many different settings today. The two most common types of MRSA infections involve a individual's skin or lungs. With that noted, MRSA infections can also occ... Read >
Author: Jacqui Q

Effects & Side Effects of Soma 350 mg

29th December 2008
Soma is indicated for the patients suffering with acute, painful musculoskeletal problems. This medication is used to relax muscles and relieves pain and discomfort associated with strains, sprains, spasms or other muscle injuries. This medication should ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

Epidural Steroid Injections For Temporary Lower Back Pain Relief

23rd October 2008
It is unfortunate but a great number of us will experience some lower back pain at some point in our lives. Although many of us may be able to control this pain through over-the-counter painkillers or perhaps some light physical therapy and bed rest, ther... Read >
Author: Dan Raymond

Unusual Pregnancy Symptoms of Different Women

14th October 2008
All women know their own bodies better than anyone else and are able to detect some signs that they are pregnant even if they are not the usual ones. Some women have unusual pregnancy symptoms that others may laugh at or find really weird. Take for exampl... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

Proving Eligibility for Disability Welfare Benefits

14th October 2008
A disability at any age can be difficult for anybody. Losing the ability to be able to support yourself is never easy. Aside from the emotional distress this brings you, there is the more obvious economic impact on your life. Questions such as where you w... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

How to Treat Bruises

17th June 2008
Healthy people may develop bruises from any injury that doesn't break through the skin. Vigorous exercise may also cause bruises due to bringing about small tears in blood vessels walls. In a condition known as purpura simplex, there is a tendency to brui... Read >
Author: James Sameul

Beware of That Earache, You Might Need TMJ Treatment

20th May 2008
Every so often, we suffer from minor bodily pains and we just take them for granted. One of these pains is the persistent headache and distracting earache. Beware of this earache, however, because this may be an inflammation of the Temporemandibular joint... Read >
Author: Carrey

Injuries that a car accident can cause – symptoms and recovery for Whiplash

15th May 2008
Car accidents may sometimes result in more injuries than scratches here and there or even broken bones. In many auto injury cases, car accidents cause injuries which tear ligaments and muscles apart from bones. How exactly do you find out about these inju... Read >
Author: Remy

Causes of Sudden High Blood Pressure: The Silent Killer

25th April 2008
Depending on your daily activity, your blood pressure constantly changes. Unpredictable causes of sudden high blood pressure can also be related to your mental status or even the time of the day. In most cases, if your blood pressure has been stable for m... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson
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