Articles, tagged with "candida infection", page 1
28th April 2011
Yeast infection (candidiasis) is usually an infection brought on by infinitesimal fungi or yeast. Candidiasis is easily the most typical but you will find more than sixteen kinds of Candida. These fungi can flourish on all areas of our body. Within some s... Read >
10th August 2010
You possibly will think your Candida infection is uncomfortable, awkward and downright irritating but did you know that if left untreated Candida can be potentially life threatening? If the Candida is not killed off at the root, the fungus will continue t... Read >
Author: Vanessa Roberts
19th March 2010
"I have a cottage cheese-like discharge," says one young woman to another.
"I have a thin, grayish discharge," says another.
"I have no discharge at all," says an older woman.
Which woman is the healthiest?
Actually none of them! The first wo... Read >
Author: Be Free of BV
18th December 2009
If you are one of many women that suffer silently with thrush you may be surprised to hear that a cure for thrush exists right in your kitchen! Thrush is an infection caused by candida fungus (yeast). While thrush can affect different parts of the body ... Read >
Author: Cristina Chase
18th August 2009
A natural remedy for yeast infection is highly preferred by a lot of people. First, because a natural cure is usually easy to prepare, with most ingredients available at one's own home. Second, it does not pose much danger of adverse reactions since it is... Read >
03rd August 2009
Potential hydrogen or pH level tells us the acidity or alkalinity level of any substance. People who are acidic or even slightly acidic have a problem and will be more prone to Candida growth. The more the pH level, the more alkaline our body is and that ... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge
08th September 2006
Candida is a very dangerous yeast infection. Everybody knows about it but very often is underestimated even by some doctors. Why? Maybe because this infection is very "quiet" and its symptoms are vary vague. If a simple Candida infection is taken in consi... Read >
Author: Dalvin Rumsey