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What Can Cause Bipolar Disorder

27th April 2009
What about bipolar disorder? The illness is considered as the effect; so what then are the causes? Studies are still underway and researchers are still tryin to determine the exact cause of bipolar disorder. Scientific evidence claims that the chemical im... Read >
Author: Jesus Sabu

Vitiligo Recovery Advive in Initial Stage

16th April 2009
In the early stages of vitiligo effected patients, it is more advisable to consult with the Dermatologist immediately before spreading out of control instead of applying cosmetics for their cover ups to camouflage the area could bring more complications. ... Read >
Author: vitiligoskincare

Black Mold Is Very Dangerous To The Health

16th April 2009
Black molds and mildews are known for bringing about different health problems in human beings. Eventhough they are significant for the environment, they are dangerous to health. The mold existed inside the house may affect anybody in the family. How... Read >
Author: Drago Marx

Knee Pain When Sitting - An Overview- Improve Your Knee Stability

09th March 2009
Does the following information sound like something familiar? Perhaps a scenario you can relate to... You do not enjoy going to the movies. You avoid long car rides. You dread sitting at your desk at work to finish an important assignment. Why? - Is... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Lump in The Throat Therapy Explained - Causes and Treatment

04th March 2009
You might have remembered the moments when you are too scared to answer a question or too embarrassed with a situation. At least you might have experienced a choking feeling in your throat while trying to suppress crying. The feeling is like a lump in you... Read >
Author: johnpolish

Choosing The Right Night Diapers

08th February 2009
People buy night diapers for a number of reasons. Some parents find that their babies or toddlers, who are not fully dry at night, produce a lot of urine and by the time they wake a normal diaper is leaking. Others buy night diapers for older children who... Read >
Author: Margaret Tye

Your Atrial Fibrillation Questions Answered

02nd February 2009
I was very pleased that many of you responded to HeartSense (now Heart, Health & Nutrition) with comments, questions and suggestions for future newsletters. There were more questions about atrial fibrillation than about almost any other subject. This mirr... Read >
Author: Healthy Directions

Thyroid Nodule – Causes and Symptoms

25th July 2008
The term "thyroid nodule" refers to any abnormal growth that forms a lump in the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland is located low in the front of the neck, below the Adam's apple. The gland is shaped like a butterfly and wraps around the windpipe or trache... Read >
Author: Rick Hutch

Want to Get Rid of Muscle Cramps

21st June 2008
Muscle cramps range in intensity from a slight twitch or tic to severe pain. A cramped muscle can feel rock-hard and last a few seconds to several minutes or longer. It is not uncommon for cramps to ease up and then return several times before they goes a... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Complete Information on Desmoid tumor with Treatment and Prevention

15th May 2008
The Desmoid tumor appears in the bacillar structure form tendon and the ligament, usually in arm, leg or central spot, moreover sometimes in and neck. The exact cause of desmoid tumor remains unknown. Desmoid tumors may occur in patients who have a histor... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

How To Know That It Is Nummular Eczema Or Not

16th April 2008
Nummular eczema is a type of eczema. This disorder shows its appearance when you experiences irritating, small circular patches on your skin. It is also known as nummular, nummular eczematous dermatitis, or nummular dermatitis. If someone from your family... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

How to Deal With Dog Food Aggression

09th May 2007
If your dog growls or snarls whenever you or another dog approach him in the presence of food , your dog may be exhibiting signs of dog food aggression. This is a potentially serious form of dog aggression but is one that can be controlled with proper ... Read >
Author: gpoint

Postpartum Alopecia (Postnatal Alopecia)

08th May 2007
Childbirth can be a stressful time and for some women it can result in a temporary hair loss condition called postpartum alopecia (also known as postnatal alopecia). The condition usually starts around two to three months after childbirth, gradually worse... Read >
Author: John Tulley

Lichen Sclerosis

15th September 2005
What is lichen sclerosis and what does it look like? Lichen sclerosis (LS) is a skin condition that makes the vulva look white, slightly shiny, and smooth. The skin's surface becomes thin and delicate so that it tears easily. This can cause bleeding u... Read >
Author: David Chandler
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