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An Insulated Dog House: A Protective Shelter

02nd May 2012
Having a place to keep canine companions dry and secure is a priority when keeping a dog outside. Whether it's for play times or extended periods, ensuring there is a place where the dog can seek shelter from the elements is an essential part of keeping h... Read >
Author: Smartshops

Suffering Swallowing Troubles? Helpful Information For Those Who Have Problems Related Swallowing

19th January 2012
Dysphagia, in medical terminology, is a word than means having trouble swallowing. A complex process, swallowing involves reflexes that mostly have to do with the oesophagus and the pharynx, but also involve the brain. No thought is involved in the swallo... Read >
Author: Michiel Van Kets

Do You Experience Difficulty With Swallowing? Helpful Info For Those Who Have Problems Swallowing

05th December 2011
The medical word for having trouble swallowing is dysphagia. Swallowing is a complicated process that needs the action of reflexes mainly occurring in the pharynx and oesophagus, but in the brain too. Swallowing is an automated action, as in, it happens a... Read >
Author: Michiel Van Kets

Documentation: Boost efficiencies with the help of ancillary staff

20th April 2011
Every physician should own up to a patient's history of present illness. Ancillary staff such as registered nurses and licensed practical nurses can be handy in documenting the history for an evaluation & management encounter; however not past the ROS... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

A Summary of Common Pneumonia Symptoms

22nd August 2010
Pneumonia is inflammation and often infection of the lungs. Although some forms of pneumonia are mild and don't require medical treatment, other forms of the disease can be severe and need prompt medical intervention. Statistics indicate that over 3 milli... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

Permanently Treat Upper Back Pain Of The Lungs The Techniques You Will Need to Prevent It

20th August 2010
Back pains should be considered a serious aspect to care for. When these pains take place in the upper back, then it perhaps is a denotation of severe troubles in the respiratory system, particularly the lungs. Lungs are found in the rib cage adjacent to ... Read >
Author: Kelly Love

About Your Profuse Sweating - The Good, The Bad And The Downright Ugly

20th May 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter There a number of very good reasons why some people suffer from excessive or profuse sweating. If you too suffer from excessive sweating or profuse sweating, then you probably suffer from a condition known as hyperhidro... Read >
Author: Lynsey B Carter

Learning The Dangers And The Proper Way Of Using Nitric Acid

05th May 2010
Nitric acid is known to be a very dangerous substance. It is highly corrosive, very reactive, poisonous and a strong oxidizer. Needless to say, one should be very well-equipped with the necessary knowledge and gears in order to make use of this acid prope... Read >
Author: joalesto

The Importance of Worming Your Labrador Puppies

15th March 2010
Do you have Labrador puppies? Cute aren't they? Have you got plans to worm your puppy as soon as possible, or are worms something that your dog will get naturally and therefore deal with themselves, negating the need for any treatment? Well, here is somet... Read >
Author: Alan Isaacs

Some Interesting Facts about Acute Bronchitis

03rd February 2010
Acute bronchitis is very common among people with respiratory conditions. This type of bronchitis can occur in anyone, at any age. Acute bronchitis usually accompanies flu or cold and in most cases it doesn't need medical treatment. When acute bronchitis ... Read >
Author: Milton Sykes

Quit Smoking With Lobelia Inflata

29th January 2010
Lobelia Inflata is commonly referred to as 'Indian Tobacco.' In the past, physicians have recommended it for use as a treatment of a number of illnesses that affected the respiratory system. Today it is a common ingredient in herbal stop smoking remedies.... Read >
Author: keleyj

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 Causes Staph Infection

19th August 2009
A research shows that 25% to 30% of the U.S population has Staphylococcus Aureus bacteria also known as Staph. A bacterium usually dwells on the diseased skin or at time in the nose but the infection is not caused by microbes. The most common type of skin... Read >
Author: domaingamer

Yoga Can Help With Parkinson's Disease

11th August 2009
First described as ``shaking palsy'' the disease that now bears his name, medical science has thus far been unable to unravel the cause or causes of most Parkinson's cases or to devise a cure. Nonetheless, dramatic progress has been made in treating the d... Read >
Author: Collin Harvey

Smoking and Lap Band Weight Loss Surgery

13th March 2009
Patients who are scheming to have lap band surgery are inquired to stop smoking six to eight weeks before surgery. Patients who do not smoke have less difficulties and it takes not less than a month for the lungs to recover. Smoking damages the lungs whic... Read >
Author: Andrew Jhonson
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