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Osteochondritis Dissecans In Dogs

13th May 2009
Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) is a condition of abnormal cartilage grow in rapidly growing dogs. The exact causes are unknown but is thought be environmental and genetic. There are numerous theories as to the cause, however, no one knows for sure. OCD... Read >
Author: Paula Snyder

Warning : A Stiff Knee After Running Should Not Be Neglected! - Support Your Knee

12th May 2009
After running do you ever suffer from a stiff knee?When you suffer from a stiff knee after running, its causes may include:1.) An Injured ligament2.) Osteoarthritis of the knee3.) Rheumatoid arthritisTo find out the exact reason why you are experiencing a... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Anti-inflammatory Herbs Like Curamin Can Naturally Fight Pain

09th April 2009
Anti-inflammatory herbs reduce inflammations by acting on the body mechanics. These Anti-inflammatory herbs are usually applied externally to the affected area or taken internally. They are safe and effective method for treatment of itching, redness, swel... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How to Overcome Gastritis

01st December 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. Gastritis can be due to a number of causes including excessive alcohol consumption, prolonged use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, also known as NSAIDs, such as aspirin ... Read >
Author: stbotanica

Tips on how to overcome gastritis

05th November 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. It is characterized by inflammation or irritation of the lining of the stomach. It affects millions of people worldwide. It can be divided into 3 categories: (1) erosive and hemorr... Read >
Author: mohamad ali

Complete Information on Erythromelalgia

18th July 2008
Erythromelalgia is a disease rare and characterized by the redness of the skin, the enlarge temperature, and the pain in the ends (of the feet and the hands), which usually occurs in response to heat and the moderate exercise. Erythromelalgia can be prima... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Templar Arthritis Explained

18th June 2008
You may hear someone complain of being diagnosed with templar arthritis and have wondered how this is possible. After all, the only joint in the temple itself is the fused type composed of skull bones. Most likely, this person is complaining of a conditio... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Herbs for Rheumatoid Arthritis

30th May 2008
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a serious autoimmune illness affecting the joints and bones and other organ systems of the body. Damage to tissues results when the immune system mistakes the body's own tissue as foreign and attacks them. Free radicals are pa... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

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

Causes of Sudden Hair Loss in Women

18th June 2007
Ninety percent of hair loss cases in women can be attributed to hereditary thinning of hair. Thinning of hair in such cases starts in an early age (20-30) which can even lead to pattern baldness in women. However, hair loss in women is not always of that ... Read >
Author: Maria Karla

Interesting facts about peptic ulcers

17th February 2007
The peptic ulcer damages the lining of either the stomach or the duodenum.The symptoms of indigestion caused by peptic ulcers may harm a person by a severe pain.They can be treated with medicines, but without treatment serious complications may appear.The... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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