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Leucorrhoea - Symptoms and Causes

29th July 2008
Leucorrhoea is a situation, which is characterized by the release of whitish liquid from the female genitals. More generally, it is called as whites. This problem is related with the woman's reproductive organs. The situation can last for a few weeks or s... Read >
Author: dr rony

How to help someone that has bipolar disorder?

25th June 2008
Bipolar disorder is a kind of depression that can be difficult to handle, especially for those who don't have a good understanding of what it is. Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a condition where a person will go through lows of depre... Read >
Author: Dr. Jennifer B. Lagrotte, DMFT,

Snoring And Relationships

28th March 2008
Snoring is a bigger issue in relationships than what many experts had originally thought.It is a real problem that at times can separate a couple within their own home and eventually break up a marriage or relationship without really knowing that snoring ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

What Symptoms to Expect During a Home Body Detox

23rd July 2007
Detoxification is the process of ridding toxins from the body. Detoxifying is not a simple process and it is riddled with symptoms that are both physical as well as mental. These symptoms will vary in intensity from being a minor irritation to something t... Read >
Author: AmyBass

What Causes Mood Changes?

07th March 2007
What are mood swings and irritability? mood swings and irritability occur when a person's mood changes rapidly. For instance, they may be very happy one minute and very depressed the next. This reaction can occur due to someone receiving sad news or be du... Read >
Author: James Kronefield

Recognising the Symptoms of Teething

10th February 2007
In most children teething starts at around 6 months of age. However, the first set of primary (milk) teeth take up to 2 to 3 years to appear. Teething can be a painful and distressing time for your child. Learning to recognise teething symptoms is the fir... Read >
Author: Robin OBrien

Identifying The Level Of Dog Snapping Within A Family Pet

05th January 2007
If you have a dog that has a bad habit of snapping at people, especially children, then you should first understand what this behavior means and why your dog may be doing it. Snapping is usually thought of as being a signal that dogs use to drive other do... Read >
Author: John Edwards

The Danger of Candida Yeast Infection Explained

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

Asperger's Syndrome and Anxiety

24th July 2006
Children with Asperger's Syndrome are known to be more naturally 'anxious' than their non-ASD peers. The challenges presented by the 5 characteristics of Asperger's Syndrome (social impairment, communication impairment, sensory sensitivity, repetitive beh... Read >
Author: Nelle Frances

Food for Potential Energy

12th March 2006
FOOD FOR POTENTIAL ENERGY. ENERGY FOOD. At its simplest level, food can be classified as either a Macro-Nutrient or a Micro-Nutrient. Food contains the potential energy which our bodies metabolise into actual energy. One of... Read >
Author: Mike Jozefiak
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