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Acidity Causes and Symptoms and Home Remedies for the Treatment of Acidity

21st December 2010
Acidity or heart burn is a common problem among humans. There is hardly any person who did not experience bouts of acidity some time or the other. This article briefly describes some of the major causes and symptoms of acidity. Acidity occurs when the ... Read >
Author: Dr.Mike Boucher

How To Get A Natural Urticaria Treatment To Find True Urticaria Relief

19th November 2010
Are looking for the best urticaria treatment to free you from the itchy and burning sensation? Then welcome to the club. Millions of people are suffering from this skin condition. Urticaria also known as hives are red and bumpy rashes usually triggered... Read >
Author: Marcus Wilson

Cure Options for Hemorrhoids

10th November 2010
Hemorrhoids affect a good deal of people with as much as fifty percent having the disease at some point in their life. This refers to a disease wherein veins of the anal canal become distended because of any condition which causes pressure in the veins to... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

The Best Pain Medication for Ankle Degenerative Joint Disease

01st September 2010
This article is my opinion which is the best pain medication for people with ankle degenerative joint disease. What I am saying is based on reports from my patients as well as my own experience as a degenerative joint disease sufferer myself. As a Chiropr... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

How to Get Rid of Uric Acid in Your Body Naturally

27th April 2010
You can get rid of uric acid in your body quite naturally if you know where to look. Here, you'll discover 3 simple tips to help flush uric acid from your body. WHAT IS URIC ACID? It occurs in your body quite naturally. It is produced when 'purines'... Read >
Author: John Cielo

Gout Relief - Baking Soda to the Rescue!

31st March 2010
One of the most effective ways I've found for gout relief is baking soda. And it can work quickly to relieve gout symptoms. Here's how to get gout relief with baking soda. Baking soda -- bicarbonate of soda -- is a favoured home remedy of many gout suf... Read >
Author: John Cielo

What Can You Do To Help Your Senior Dog With Arthritis Pain

24th March 2010
Arthritis is on the list of most commonl illnesses in which older dogs experience. Dogs of any age can get arthritis but unfortunately, it is prevalent in our senior canines. This disease involves the joints, that happen to be at the ends of the bones. Th... Read >
Author: Becky

Holistic Approach to Rheumatoid Arthritis Management

16th December 2009
Holistic Approach to Rheumatoid Arthritis Management The major challenge for persons diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis is how to deal with the pain and deformity brought about by its major symptom: stiffness, swelling and inflammation of the joints.... Read >
Author: AsOne Tallents

Rotator Cuff Physical Therapy Exercises Will Repair Your Damaged Shoulder Quickest

27th November 2009
Having torn my rotator cuff quite badly at the end of last year and ending up with a shoulder impingement I have found out that rotator cuff physical therapy exercises are by far the quickest way to get your shoulder back to its pre injury state. This is ... Read >
Author: Nick Bryant

Which is the Best Pain Medication for Hip Degenerative Joint Disease?

04th August 2009
This article is my opinion which is the best pain medication for people with hip degenerative joint disease. What I am saying is based on reports from my patients as well as my own experience as an DJD sufferer myself. As a Chiropractor I do believe the l... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Can Laser Therapy Treat My Dog’s Joint Pain?

05th July 2009
There's nothing worse than seeing your best friend in pain. If your dog has sore joints, it can affect all aspects of his life. Going for a walk, jumping up on your lap for a cuddle, even strolling over to his dinner bowl - nothing is much fun if he is hu... Read >
Author: happytails

How to Overcome Gastritis

01st December 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. Gastritis can be due to a number of causes including excessive alcohol consumption, prolonged use of non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, also known as NSAIDs, such as aspirin ... Read >
Author: stbotanica

Tips on how to overcome gastritis

05th November 2008
Gastritis is not a disease on its own but a symptom of abnormal digestion. It is characterized by inflammation or irritation of the lining of the stomach. It affects millions of people worldwide. It can be divided into 3 categories: (1) erosive and hemorr... Read >
Author: mohamad ali

Causes of Sudden Hair Loss in Women

18th June 2007
Ninety percent of hair loss cases in women can be attributed to hereditary thinning of hair. Thinning of hair in such cases starts in an early age (20-30) which can even lead to pattern baldness in women. However, hair loss in women is not always of that ... Read >
Author: Maria Karla

Interesting facts about peptic ulcers

17th February 2007
The peptic ulcer damages the lining of either the stomach or the duodenum.The symptoms of indigestion caused by peptic ulcers may harm a person by a severe pain.They can be treated with medicines, but without treatment serious complications may appear.The... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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