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Bile Duct Cancer Treatment in India at Mumbai and Delhi at Low Cost.

22nd December 2011
Bile Duct Cancer Overview Bile duct cancer: An uncommon type of cancer that arises from the bile duct, the tube that connects the liver and the gallbladder to the small intestine. The part of the bile duct that is outside the liver is called... Read >
Author: pankaj Nagpal

Salmonella and sickness claims in Tunisia

19th September 2011
Illness has affected many holidaymakers in Tunisia, and many claims have been made against tour operators for adequate compensation. Holidays have been ruined by vomiting, diarrhoea and stomach cramps, often linked to poor standards of health and hygie... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

How nettle tea and help your health

12th August 2011
For those who have ever explored in the forest, you learn immediately to avoid stinging nettles . The heart-shaped leaves belonging to the nettle pack a large punch by using virtually invisible hairs that can cause people who touch them to have stinging, ... Read >
Author: Sarah Birmingham

Salmonella and Campylobacter in the Maldives

26th May 2011
Campylobacter and Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks have been reported in the Maldives by holidaymakers returning to the UK. Typical symptoms of Campylobacter include severe diarrhoea, often with blood, severe stomach cramps and vomiting and the illn... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Food poisoning Q & As Morocco

04th April 2011
Cases of food poisoning in Morocco have increased over the past few years and hundreds of holidaymakers are making claims against tour operators when they return to the UK. Food poisoning can affect all age groups but can cause serious illness in young... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Disease and illness in the Dominican Republic

04th March 2011
Disease and illness have affected hundreds of holidaymakers in the Dominican Republic during the past 18 months and many claims have been made against tour operators for adequate compensation. Holidays have been ruined by vomiting, diarrhoea and stomac... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

Baltic amber Teething Necklace Information and Advice

26th November 2010
If you are looking for an alternative to conventional medicine when trying to soothe your teething child then a Baltic amber teething necklace might be what you are looking for. The necklace are made to wear but not to chew on, whereby the body heat fro... Read >
Author: Amber Artisans

International Marketing and Advertising Translation - the Top 20 Blunders, Mistakes and Failures

23rd April 2010
Writing copy or coming up with brand names for international markets is a tricky business. I know - I do it myself. It's essential that a native speaker checks any translated copy before it's let loose on the public. Sometimes, though, even the biggest of... Read >
Author: Peter Wise

How to get rid of Yeast Infection in 7 easy steps!! -- written by a practising pharmacist

30th March 2010
Yeast or thrush infection officially known as "candidiasis" both in men and women presents such a common problem in my everyday practise that I decided to write this simple to follow guide to explain key aspects about yeast problem and outline main treatm... Read >
Author: Irina P.

How Long Does It Take To Get Rid Of Hemorrhoids - Do You Know?

24th September 2009
How long does it take to get rid of hemorrhoids? Well, it depends. There are around 80 per cent of people globally who suffer from hemorrhoids. Women who have had children usually experience hemorrhoids temporarily. There are times where these come an... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

How to Avoid Salmonella When Preparing Chicken

13th February 2009
Recently, the risks of Salmonella, in particular from eating chicken, have been mentioned so much on TV most people would have thought that incidences of infection to have reduced to almost zero. Sadly this is not what has happened. For regular chicken ea... Read >
Author: rwakefield

The link between IBS and allergies

23rd June 2008
Despite the fact that IBS is the most common gastro-intestinal disorder seen by gastroenterologists today, very little is actually known about what causes it. Recently, however, researchers at Rush university in Chicago discovered that a significant numbe... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Disentery symptoms causes treatment

28th January 2008
Dysentery is a serious condition affecting the large intestine. It is characterised by inflammation and ulceration of the bowel, a colic pain in the region of the abdomen and passing of liquid or semi-formed stones with mucus and blood. The pathologica... Read >
Author: sulamita

Travelling Overseas - Dont Forget a Water Filter

10th October 2007
Copyright (c) 2007 Ethought AustraliaIf you like camping out in rugged terrain or traveling to far away countries where water purity is a problem then a personal water filter is an essential part of your luggage. A water filter can provide safe drinking w... Read >
Author: Walter Livingstone

Constipation Cure - 14 Useful Home Remedies for Constipation Relief

10th August 2007
Read this Article to know the most of the Home Remedies for Constipation which are especially recommended by most of the users. First we will discuss about ConstipationConstipation is more of a symptom, rather than a disease. A person is usually considere... Read >
Author: Tom alter
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