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Bashful Bladder - Treating Avoidant Paruresis with Hypnotherapy

08th April 2009
Many people have experienced short episodes of hesitation or 'shy bladder' when about to urinate in a public toilet or urinal. Indeed, public toilets with their close proximity to others can sometimes have a temporary inhibiting affect on even the most... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Symptoms of Kidney Stones - When Symptoms Are Too Late to Tell

17th January 2009
Kidney stones form due to some excess substances we get from our diet. Unfortunately, we will get to know about the symptoms of kidney stones only if we are already affected. It can be very alarming though since it can affect anyone, even infants.Symptoms... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Claustrophobic? Claustrophobia and How to Cure It

09th January 2009
Claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed spaces. It is one of the commonest phobias we see here in the UK Indeed, it is believed that as much as 5% of the general population suffer from this disruptive and troublesome disorder. Sadly, only a very small p... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Severe Problems Caused By A Lack Of Sleep

17th December 2008
If you are one of the many who suffer from poor sleep then please read on. Sleep is a vital part of life, and time and again people think they can do without much sleep. Eventually it will catch up with you, and life will start to slow down. It is very im... Read >
Author: kevin foulds

Learn Home School Controversy and Home Schooling Controversy

11th November 2008
Home schooling has been around in its present form for nearly 40 years, is gaining in popularity and is legal in all 50 states. But is it still mired in controversy. Sadly, the home school controversy stems from both ignorance and the self interest of som... Read >
Author: Carol Currie

Bacterial colitis is the most common cause of colitis

05th November 2008
Pseudomembranous colitis is a form of inflammatory colitis characterized by the pathologic presence of pseudomembranes consisting of mucin, fibrin, necrotic cells, and polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Bacterial colitis is the most common cause of colitis, pa... Read >
Author: colitismnix231

Nipple Trouble? Turn those Headlights Off

08th October 2008
Picture this: you're the sexiest gal on the dance floor, bumping and grinding in that slinky dress. An equally sexy guy comes up to you and you're on cloud nine. He's looking at your chest. You are offended. You look as your test as well. A thought comes ... Read >
Author: christieleighton

Angular Cheilitis-The Symptoms and Cures

01st October 2008
Angular cheilitis is commonly known as mouth corner cracks and like the name implies usually occurs at the corner of the mouth. While its not life threatening it is painful and can be damaging to your self esteem as it's visible to everyone. The sym... Read >
Author: Don Levy

Characteristics of a Controlling Personality: Warning Signs of a Controlling Person

25th September 2008
Dealing with a controlling personality is a constant battle for superiority. With these types, you can't just face them head on or use control to combat control. But first and foremost, how do you know if a person possesses such a personality? As luck wou... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Fibroids Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

25th July 2008
Fibroids or Uterine Fibroids also known as cancerous myomas are benign or non-cancerous tissues that grow on or within the area of uterus. Cells that form muscles of the uterus mostly form them. Fibroids are common in women from the age of 30-50. The most... Read >
Author: Rick Hutch

How to Get Rid off Those Facial Parentheses (Nasolabial Folds)

24th July 2008
One of the most common facial areas that bothers many patients is the development of the nasolabial folds, also referred to as the lip-cheek groove, or in a recent television commercial known as the parentheses. You can argue whether it is a fold or a gro... Read >
Author: Eppley Plastic Surgery

Varicose Veins : Cause Prevention and Natural Cure

17th February 2007
It is not unusual to notice distention of portions of the large veins in the legs as people age. This is more common to those people whose jobs require them to stand at a longer time. This quiescent, upright position produces stagnation of the blood in th... Read >
Author: idtbusiness

Great Looking Skin A Simple 4 Step Skin Care Guide

30th April 2006
Great Looking Skin – A Simple 4 Step Skin Care GuideStep 1: Decide what type of skin you have. This is important so you know how to care for your skin and what products to use. There are 3 basic skin types: dry, oily and combination skin types.Type ... Read >
Author: Donna Kelly
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