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Fibromyalgia, a rheumatic disorder

10th April 2009
What is Fibromyalgia or FMS? Fibromyalgia is a rheumatic disorder that is characterized by widespread muscle pain and fatigue that has no physical cause. People suffering from FMS will wake up feeling tired and lethargic and will experience aching a... Read >
Author: HerbalMeds

Special Report On Bad Knee Cartilage - Brace Yourself For Pain Reduction

08th April 2009
Bad knee cartilage makes no distinction between age or sex and can affect both young and older men and women. There are many reasons why you might have this condition. It can be caused by a sports injury, or just from the wear and tear on the joint over t... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Acute Edema and Back Pain

02nd March 2009
There are a number of causes of back pain including acute pulmonary edema. This condition is characterized by a buildup of abnormal and excessive fluids causing the cells in the tissues to react. You may have noticed that if you water a plant too much, it... Read >
Author: Anne Wolski

The Different Uses for Diamonds

20th January 2009
The diamond is the hardest natural substance known to man, produced by eons of high pressure and temperature extremes inside the earth. What is a simple carbon atom is transformed a complex crystalline lattice structure which has a lot of top-notched ... Read >
Author: Paul Easton

Five Things You Must Know About Bladder Stones In Dogs

12th January 2009
If you're like most dog owners, you've probably never even heard of canine bladder stones. But if it happens to your dog, you need to get answers to these questions. How Do I Know If Bladder Stones In Dogs Are Causing A Problem? The following sympt... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Cure Cavities, Ancient Cavity Cure Rediscovered!

08th September 2008
It is not true that conventional dental treatments and fluoride are the only ways to heal your teeth from cavities. When struck with the diagnoses of a dental cavity, most people feel totally helpless or powerless to do anything about it themselves. The c... Read >
Author: Rami

Templar Arthritis Explained

18th June 2008
You may hear someone complain of being diagnosed with templar arthritis and have wondered how this is possible. After all, the only joint in the temple itself is the fused type composed of skull bones. Most likely, this person is complaining of a conditio... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

Beware Of The Overuse Of Mobile Phones

07th May 2008
Beware of the dangers of cell phones -I'm talking about mobile phone earpieces. I saw one wearing one of these mobile earpieces accosted by another, "Excuse me sir!" He alerted, pointing to the earpiece, "are you aware that you are paying your phone co... Read >
Author: Paul

What Constitutes Medical Malpractice?

07th April 2008
When you visit a doctor, you expect a highly trained expert to listen to your symptoms, investigate further if needed through examination and make an accurate diagnosis. Unfortunately, this situation can go wrong. Medical malpractice is defined as any neg... Read >
Author: martinvnostrand

Mastoiditis Treatment - How to Manage Chronic Mastoiditis

25th March 2008
Mastoiditis is an inflammation or infection of the mastoid bone, which is a portion of the temporal bone. The mastoid consists of air cells that drain the middle ear. Mastoiditis occurs equally in males and females. Mastoiditis most commonly affects child... Read >
Author: Alien

Advancements in X-Ray Technology

10th March 2008
X-Rays have been in use as a medical imaging technique since 1895 when Wilhelm Roentgen discovered that he could create pictures of body structures like tissues and bones by passing electromagnetic waves through the body. He called the phenomenon "X" beca... Read >
Author: echo_promotions

Getting Ready for Surgery: Back Surgery Procedure Preparation

06th May 2007
If you are having a back surgery procedure in the near future, you'll have several things to do to prepare for the operation. This check list is intended to help you anticipate what you'll need to do to get ready for most back surgery procedures. Your sur... Read >
Author: Egalthan

Different Dentist Designations

10th February 2007
You might think all dentists provide the same basic services. There are, however, many different designations of dentists and many specialties. Each individual is largely responsible for caring for their own teeth. There are times, however, when you w... Read >
Author: Thomas Ajava

Can Stress Be Measured?

19th October 2006
Stress no doubt has been identified as a risk factor of heart disease, yet most of us will think that stress is something that cannot be seen or measured although some symptoms such as difficulty of falling in sleep, headache, bad temper, etc. can more or... Read >
Author: Ng Peng Hock

Ganglion cyst - what is it?

07th September 2006
If you have a lump under the skin on your wrist, it is possible that you have a ganglion cyst. Of course, you will need to see your doctor to get a proper diagnosis since it could be something else. A ganglion cyst, also called a mucous cyst or synovi... Read >
Author: Geoff Sweeney
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