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Is Lyme Disease Contagious

11th May 2009
Lyme disease is an infection which is caused by the bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi. This bacterium is generally seen in animals such as mice and deer. It can be transferred to people from these animals by Ixodes ticks: as well known as black - legg... Read >
Author: jainish

UTI - Get Immediate Treatment for the Contagious Disease

13th March 2009
UTI (urinary tract infection) is caused due to attack of bacterial microbes on human body. Initially, the bacterium affects the lower urinary parts but eventually it can also affect the upper urinary part like kidney etc. This infection can become highly ... Read >
Author: Robert Henry

The Facts About Good Bacteria – Essential Agents

25th February 2009
Even though they are considered to be the source of many infections and other ailments, a little do people know that these microorganisms also have potential benefits which help in aiding the process of a healthy build up of the body of the individual. In... Read >
Author: Alien

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

Chlamydia is a common venereal disease

13th October 2008
Chlamydia happens to be one of the most common sexually transmitted disease in United States, but this does not mean that it does not happen in the rest of the world. The highest rate of Chlamydia infection is in people between age fifteen and twenty f... Read >
Author: Poly Muthumbi

How to Treat MRSA and Staph Infections

21st June 2008
Amid the growing concerns for this life-threatening condition, researchers discovery that MRSA cannot develop a resistance to Manuka Honey the way it has been able to with antibiotics. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a type of bac... Read >
Author: honeymark

Protocol for MRSA Treatment and Infection

11th April 2008
MRSA, or Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus is a very common type to staph bacteria that lives on the skin and nasal passages of over 40 percent of the world's population. Mainly, this bacterium doesn't cause a problem. However, if the bacteria c... Read >
Author: amy ruckman

Benefits Of Baking Soda

17th March 2008
Baking soda is a sodium bicarbonate, a normal content that maintains the pH equilibrium. Baking soda neutralizes both acids and bases, so it really eliminates odors quite than just covering them upward. In cooking, baking soda releases carbon dioxide when... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Bacterial Vaginal Infection Unbearable Discomfort. What Does it Entail?

04th March 2008
As much as her exquisiteness and sophistication could be breathe taking to those who care to notice her, whatever is hidden underneath that trendy dress could be pathetic. But how can our brothers recognize this? At least not until they snoop their noses ... Read >
Author: paulina08

Treat Lyme Disease Naturally - in less than 72 hours

01st June 2007
You or a loved one has been diagnosed with Lyme Disease! You are part of the almost 20,000 new cases of Lyme Disease reported each year or you could be part of the 1.8 million victims who have contracted Lyme Disease in previous years. Your symptoms could... Read >
Author: barpubl

What To Do When My Eye Has A Pimple!

02nd August 2006
A stye (also spelled "sty") develops when a gland at the edge of the eyelid becomes infected. Resembling a pimple on the eyelid, a stye can grow on the inside or outside of the lid. Styes are not harmful to vision, and they can occur at any age. Sties ... Read >
Author: hazel leo

Turtle Care Advice for Colds

20th November 2005
Let's talk a little about colds. Any living animal can catch a cold. The same thing can happen to your beloved turtle pet. If this happens to your turtle than there are many turtle care methods to treat your turtle. So a turtle can catch a cold just l... Read >
Author: Ispas Marin
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