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Collection Agency Laws - What You Need To Know To Protect Yourself From Debt Collector Harassment

13th August 2012
You might find that, in these tough economic times, it is hard to keep up with the bills. Some families are just one medical emergency, death or lost job away from losing their homes or falling deeper into debt. You might be struggling to keep up with eve... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Where Paramedics Work: The Different Types of Paramedics

11th June 2012
When you think of a paramedic, your initial thought usually is that of a specialist that rides inside of an ambulance and works in medical emergency settings. But, paramedics are not just located in emergency services vehicles. Becoming a paramedic can ... Read >
Author: Lawrence Thompson

Buying Travel Insurance: 3 Crucial Factors To Consider

25th October 2011
Traveling can be very expensive. You need to spend money on the airfare, accommodation, tours, food and drinks, and even the souvenirs. And that's just the basic expenses. If unexpected situations arise such as illnesses or accidents, your expenditure can... Read >
Author: William Gabriel

A Medical Alert Bracelet Can Call For Help At A Much Greater Distance Than You Can

11th August 2011
Lots of people live independently and alone. You'll find nothing is wrong with this in any way. People of nearly every age do it. However, this is a much bigger risk for seniors to live independently since they have a much greater risk of winding up in a ... Read >
Author: GregBlack

How to Deal With Different Types of Edema?

15th June 2011
In common parlance, edema implies a swelling of certain body tissues due to excess water content. Professionals define it as an accumulation of excess fluid in certain parts of the body’s tissues. The extra fluid accumulates outside of the capillaries in ... Read >
Author: Alice

Cauda Equina Syndrome and Medical Negligence

23rd March 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie Glynn Cauda Equina Syndrome is a relatively rare condition. There are only about 100 new cases of this syndrome annually in England but it is estimated that at least 10% of these are mismanaged and involve litigation against th... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

What Is A Perforated Bowel

15th March 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie Glynn If you or a loved one has suffered a perforated bowel, it probably came as quite a shock and you may have a number of questions, such as what is a perforated bowel and why did it happen? This article explores these questi... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

Emergency Necklace for Elderly

09th September 2010
Senior Medical Alert system AlarmCare from AlarmForce have a new approach in helping our senior citizens. And that is why they have 1, 50,000 customers all across Canada and selected regions of North America. They are known to be the best elderly alert sy... Read >
Author: Sanjake

Use of massage in fractures

22nd June 2010
A) Characteristics of a fracture: 1. Patient experiences pain over bone fractured and in surrounding area. Severity of pain depends upon extent of fracture and is usually unbearable. 2. There may be swelling around fracture area. 3. Complete loss ... Read >
Author: holistic

Dehydration - Causes and treatment

14th May 2010
Dehydration is an illness which causes extreme electrolyte imbalances in the body. It occurs when you do not take in enough fluids to replace what have been lost through sweat and urination. While dehydration is a danger during any sport of physical exert... Read >
Author: jenifermichale

Top HR Question Answered – “Tell Me About Yourself”

02nd February 2010
This is one question that has confused so many candidates and still continues to dominate the interview for job arena. If you take a survey of ten candidates and ask them this question, you will have ten different answers unrelated to what you expect. Why... Read >
Author: Diana Camacho

Nausea In The Third Trimester Of Pregnancy

21st January 2010
Normally, people tend to link morning sickness with the early signs of pregnancy. The truth is nausea and vomiting may not only occur during the first trimester of pregnancy but may very well, in certain cases, be experienced in the last trimester of the ... Read >
Author: Francis Harris

Treatment for Boils: Do It Quickly, Do it Right

30th October 2009
By Dave Tishendorf Boils are painful, tender, angry red lumps on your skin that rapidly fill with pus. If you've ever had one or more, you already know how important it is to seek immediate treatment for boils. You will see boils growing larger and ... Read >
Author: Dave Tishendorf

What You Can Do For a Broken Toe

05th July 2009
You wake up in the middle of the night with nature calling. No need to turn on a light...you know the way. BAM! You walk, barefoot, right into the rocking chair! Just like a Loony Tunes cartoon, you see stars. As you hop back to bed, you can't get past th... Read >
Author: Dr. Andrew Schneider

The Benefits of Taking Activated Charcoal Supplements

07th October 2008
If you have never heard of charcoal supplements, it is probably not your fault. After all, the only charcoal product you might have come across is inside the barbecue pit! For ages, however, the world has been well acquainted with charcoal as a medicinal ... Read >
Author: Fabiola Castillo
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