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Improve Malabsorption Syndrome With Natural Vitamins

05th May 2009
Malabsorption occurs when the body fails to properly absorb vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients from food. Even though a person's diet is adequate, an individual with malabsorption develops various nutritional deficiencies. This problem is often the r... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Tips For Gout Relief.

16th April 2009
Tips For Gout Relief. Gout is unfortunately a type of arthritis that many have suffered through for centuries. The cause of gout is medically known as uric acid deposits that infiltrate the joint spaces and the connective tissue. The uric acid deposits a... Read >
Author: topgear

Coconut Oil for Sensitive Skin, Psoriasis, Dermatitis or Eczema

07th July 2008
Coconut Oil for Sensitive Skin, Psoriasis, Dermatitis or Eczema.If you have sensitive skin or would like to avoid a rash or irritation you should use only natural and organic products. Organic cold pressed virgin coconut oil is one of the most stimulating... Read >
Author: Steve

The Common Causes of Shih Tzu Allergies

03rd April 2008
Both Shih Tzu and Shih Tzu owners share some common qualities such as obesity, which primarily come about due to improper diet and not getting enough exercise. Additionally, both may suffer from a few illnesses such as diabetes and cardiac problems, which... Read >
Author: Rebecca Simpson

Nothing To Sneeze At – Havanese Care for Allergies

27th March 2008
Allergies effecting your Havanese can greatly impact on your dog's quality of life. In order to lessen the suffering time for allergies or any other serious aspect of Havanese care, you need to choose a vet for your Havanese before your dog gets ill. You ... Read >
Author: Fiona Kelly

Allergic Reactions — EpiPen® and Immunotherapy Treatment

23rd January 2007
Avoidance and education are the mainstays of prevention therapy for those who suffer from severe allergies. However, the allergen cannot always be avoided, so it is important to know what emergency measures to take (i.e., epinephrine self-injection) when ... Read >
Author: epipen

Osteoarthritis Diet + Exercise Plan

17th November 2006
The most common type of arthritis, osteoarthritis affects nearly 20 million people. More than half of the population over the age of 65 is afflicted with this disease in at least one of their joints. Osteoarthritis, a degenerative condition, is a form ... Read >
Author: Debra Gropp

Why Do People With Peanut Allergies Eat In Thai Restaurants?

12th September 2006
Severe food allergies are a life threatening condition. Often, even eating something that has been cooked or prepared with cooking implements that have been used with nuts or nut oils can result in a person going into anaphylactic shock. Without something... Read >
Author: Rebecca Prescott

Ideas For Bridal Shower Food

23rd June 2006
Choosing the food for the bridal shower can be one of the most difficult parts of planning it. You need to be sure of so many things. You have to make sure that you would have items on the menu that would suit the bride. You also need to be sure that you ... Read >
Author: Masni Rizal Mansor

Why our dogs scratch themselves?

25th May 2006
Itching and scratching in dogs is a nothing short of a nightmare for pet owners. It can keep the owners up all night, driving them crazy. If it can be so painful for the pet owners, then just think how the dog must be suffering. All the dog does the entir... Read >
Author: Babu Banik

4 Simple Solutions to Increase Your Daily Energy Levels. The Healthy Natural Way

31st March 2006
In today's society we are constantly challenged to keep things together whether its at home or at work. We are constantly on the go, and many of us have trouble keeping up, especially the older you get. Your lifestyle certainly has a lot to do with ... Read >
Author: Ashley Page

Pancreatin can help digest protein

14th February 2006
What is Pancreatin ?The pancreas is a gland that resides behind the stomach. It secretes insulin into the blood to regulate blood sugar. It also makes digestive enzymes which flow into the intestinal tract. These enzymes are necessary to break down protei... Read >
Author: shera jim

Shih Tzu - Food Allergens

02nd November 2005
Ingredients that your shih tzu may be allergic to include beef and beef by-products, milk, yeast, yeast-containing foods, brewer's yeast (as given to shih tzu for supposed flea protection), corn and corn oil, pork, turkey, eggs, particularly the whites. N... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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