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Natural Remedies for Canine Diabetes

09th October 2009
You can bring your dog to the vet and get him a processed vaccine or something else that is supposed to help in the aid of diabetes. There are some people that still don't want their dog to suffer with this disease but they also don't want to put chemical... Read >
Author: CristianStan

Learn Diabetic Menu Sample and Diabetes Diet Tips

17th September 2009
To help learn how to prepare a diabetic menu, you can find diabetic menu samples all over the internet, as well as from a dietician, from your endocrinologist etc. The information is easily available and all you have to do is search for it. Diabetes is ... Read >
Author: AngieMcAdams

Health Benefits of Eating Oranges

27th August 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Barry Lycka Oranges have been a source of nutrition for many years. With the many people interested in improving their health, oranges have moved to the front of the line of health. There are many health benefits of oranges that are ... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Yeast Infection Of Throat - Facts To Ponder Over

11th August 2009
There is a great chance that yeast can be found in your throat. This means that it is very possible that you may get a yeast infection of throat. Most people do not even consider it as a possibility. However, they can be quite wrong. Almost half the popul... Read >
Author: Sarah Tomey

Do You Know the Earliest Sign of Diabetes?

31st July 2009
What are the earliest symptoms of diabetes? Why isn't there a warning sign so prevalent that you would know without a doubt you have diabetes? Most physicians and medical personnel proclaim high blood pressure is the silent killer! How about diabetes? C... Read >
Author: Lucy

Diabetes Blood Sugar Levels Chart - What is a average Blood Sugar Range?

31st July 2009
As soon as you find out about being pre-diabetic or diabetic, one of the first things you need to find out is about normal blood sugar levels, abnormal blood sugar levels, and how to keep an eye on your blood sugar. The following blood sugar levels chart ... Read >
Author: arif@netinsurancequote.com

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

Nordic Walking - the golden age benefits

21st May 2009
There are many reasons why Nordic Walking is the perfect train for seniors, to some extent due to the many benefits to be gained, and partly due to the fact that you do not have to run out and spend money on expensive gear just to begin it. An additional ... Read >
Author: C.G.

What Causes Sweaty Armpits and How Can It Be Managed

11th May 2009
Having sweaty armpits is a socially crippling problem. It is extremely embarrassing and sufferers could avoid moving around with other people because of this and begin to keep mostly to themselves. The first thing to do to stop this condition is to unders... Read >
Author: jeffykk

Juvenile Diabetes FAQ

07th May 2009
Juvenile Diabetes FAQ Juvenile diabetes is becoming quite a dreaded malady. Lets take up a few frequently asked questions in relation to the disease. What are the causes of Juvenile diabetes? Juvenile diabetes is caused due to multiple internal a... Read >
Author: hydro

Cannondale f500

01st May 2009
Cannondale and Cannondale F500. The Top 8 Things You Should Know The following article contains 8 tips about cannondale. There is a lot of information about cannondale and cannondale f500 online, so we thought that it would make sense to give you ju... Read >
Author: Coran Levison

ARTIFICIAL SWEETENER ADVANTAGES

28th April 2009
Artificial sweeteners are sugar substitutes widely preferred for two reasons - because it helps cut weight by not adding calories and has no effect on blood sugar levels, making it also perfect for diabetics. Which is why, they are often known as zero-cal... Read >
Author: Nikhil

Risks Involved with Lasik Surgery and How to Offset Them

17th April 2009
There often is a procedure that has many great qualities associated with it that many people seem to overlook the risks involved. This is no more fact with corrective laser eye surgeries such as lasik treatments. Many people think that this treatment is a... Read >
Author: Sara Spencer

Is Plastic Surgery Safe or Unsafe?

01st April 2009
Plastic surgery is neither always safe nor always unsafe. The safety of cosmetic surgery procedures depends on many factors, including who is doing the surgery, on whom it is being performed, and where it is being done. To avoid unsafe plastic surgery pra... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Need to Buy Odd Shoes? Buy Them Online

16th February 2009
More and more odd shoe shoppers are ditching the traditional way of purchasing shoes and buying their odd shoes online. However, if you're not used to shopping for odd shoes on the Internet, finding the right pair of odd shoes can be a little mind bogglin... Read >
Author: Kent
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