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Dangers brought about by carbon monoxide poisoning and fireplaces

16th July 2009
Dangers Brought About by Carbon Monoxide and Fireplaces Carbon monoxide and fireplaces are a dangerous combination. Carbon monoxide is a type of gas that kills almost 300 people in their homes each year. Carbon monoxide is given off by burning any fuel.... Read >
Author: chimney man

Debridement and Callus Foot Tissue

06th July 2009
Debridement is a method for ridding the foot of callus foot tissue. This callus tissue can include foot tissue with scales, foot tissue with fissures (cracked heels, etc.), corns, foot tissue with lesions (foot ulcers), keratinized tissue, tyloma, kyperke... Read >
Author: kentsmith

A Crohn's Diet - You Can Heal Yourself

05th June 2009
As a Crohn's patient, you may not have considered how vital your diet is to your health. When Crohn's symptoms are active, it can be painful to eat at all. While we know there is not yet a cure for Crohn's Disease, we also know how to combat the effects o... Read >
Author: D. Robinson

What is Female Reproductive Surgery? Is it Right for You?

16th April 2009
Female reproductive surgery is defined as any surgical procedure that needs to be performed on the female reproductive organs. Female reproductive surgery can also be used for the treatment of disease, injuries or any sort of deformity. Female reproduc... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

What Happens at an Audiology Examination? Hearing Loss Tests

21st March 2009
Audiologists specialize in hearing loss and related disorders. If you're suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus (ringing in the ears), your doctor might refer you to an audiologist for a complete evaluation. Let's take a look at what you can expect from ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Tubal Blockage - How Can Blocked Fallopian Tubes Be Treated?

13th March 2009
There could be several reasons as to why a woman may be having problems conceiving. The most common reason of all could be that she has a tubal blockage that causes blocked fallopian tubes. In fact in the US today more than 6 million couples have problems... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Is There An Average Kidney Stone Size?

28th February 2009
If you have a family history of kidney stones, chances are you are likely to get them yourself. It has been proven that kidney stones or renal stone disease are more commonly formed when there is a family history of them so if your father or mother has ha... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce

26th February 2009
Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. Diabetes also appears to affect the speed of our thought processes as well. Diabetes mellitus is a common disease in the United States. Diabetes prevalence has increased ste... Read >
Author: dianadj

Blockage of the Kidney Arteries: an Overview

17th December 2008
There are two kidney arteries-one delivers blood to the right kidney, the other to the left kidney. These arteries divide into a lot of smaller arteries. When renal arteries become partly or totally blocked kidney failure and/or high blood pressure can h... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Are CT Heart Scans the Best Way to Detect Clogged Arteries?

15th December 2008
There is much debate in the medical field whether a CT heart scan is indeed the best way to detect coronary blockages. Some researches say that it is typically the least complicated way, although its accuracy cannot yet replace the gold standard for findi... Read >
Author: Apexcardiology

Constipated? Run and get Run Chang Wan

23rd September 2008
This is a classic constipation formula recorded in 1249 CE by the herbalist Lee Tung-yuan in his medical treatise Discussion of the Spleen and Stomach. Run Chang Wan, also called Moisten Bowel Pills, is designed to treat constipation associated with dr... Read >
Author: herbalspan

The Bladder - Urinary Retention - Difficulty Voiding - Paruresis

29th July 2008
STEP 0. DO NOTHING Oops, that's the problem. Seriously, though, relaxing deeply can open the valves. If it doesn't, there may be an obstruction. STEP 1. COLLECT INFORMATION Because the prostate gland encircles the urethra (the tube that allo... Read >
Author: Susun Weed

What Causes a Sewer to Backup

07th July 2008
To learn how to handle a sewer backup better, you will first need to learn what causes a sewage line to backup. Also, you will learn how to better maintain your sewer lines and prevent it from backing up, and causing damage to your home. Sewer lines ca... Read >
Author: Leo Nov

HERBS FOR DENGUE FEVER

20th May 2008
DENGUE FEVER INTRODUCTION: Dengue fever is a type of arbovirus, which is short for arthropod-borne virus. The virus that causes dengue fever is carried by Aedes egypti mosquitoes, and is transmitted to humans through their bite. An organism that carries... Read >
Author: iliyaspatel

Sleep Like A Baby - How You Can Overcome Your Own Insomnia

09th April 2008
Sleep is important for a person's body to function, mature, and heal after an injury. Most studies recommend that adults need from six to eight hours of sleep each night. Many people, however, find themselves unable to achieve this. Approximately 20 milli... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH
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