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The Green Solution: Activated Charcoal Products

09th April 2009
Activated charcoal is now used in the manufacturing of a number of products. Activated charcoal products are considered to be green products that are good for the environment. Many manufactures are realizing the benefits or creating activated charcoal pro... Read >
Author: carbonresources11

Corn and Migraine

03rd March 2009
Corn has long been known as an allergen. Since 1979 when it made the top ten list in an extensive Lancet study, correlations have been made between corn and various allergic reactions - including migraine(1). It seems that corn is a known allergen for ... Read >
Author: joyh

Discover How To Make The Body Produce Collagen - Naturally!

19th December 2008
If you're over 35 years old you have more than likely have heard of, and know a little about collagen. If you haven't - you soon will? Your losing it every day, and won't get it back any time soon, unless you do something positive about it? Many parts ... Read >
Author: Kathryn M. Reid

Why Scalp Problems Occur and How to Treat Them Effectively

17th December 2008
Why do scalp problems occur? Itchy scalp problems can occur due to a number of medical and miscellaneous reasons. You must look out for symptoms like profusion of dandruff and possible allergic reaction to the use of chemical hair products. Besides, th... Read >
Author: Miawadsworth

DO HAIR EXTENSIONS CAUSE DAMAGE TO MY OWN HAIR SCALP

30th October 2008
There are several options for women to have long hair using hair extensions. Some of these methods involve a long arduous process that is expensive. Some of the methods may damage the hair or scalp.Some women opt to have hair sewn into their hairThe hair ... Read >
Author: jinviper1

Blisters

23rd May 2008
Common causes of blisters include friction and burns. If the blister isn't too painful, do everything possible to keep it intact. Unbroken skin over a blister provides a natural barrier to bacteria and decreases the risk of infection. Cover a small bl... Read >
Author: Corwin Brown

Hand Dermatitis - About Hand Dermatitis

12th March 2008
Hand Dermatitis is basically a skin disease typical to youth, but Hand Dermatitis may occur to the people at any age. Hand dermatitis varies in severity. It may affect the backs of the hands, the palms or both sites. Often it starts as a mild intermitte... Read >
Author: Peter sams

Sterling Silver and Allergies to Metal

15th November 2007
Sterling Silver and AllergiesThe truth is people are not usually allergic to silver or sterling silver. Rather a metal known as nickel, which has been used in sterling silver. Sterling silver is an alloy consisting of 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals, t... Read >
Author: starsilver

Goji Juice Side Effects - The Facts And Theories

11th June 2007
What are the side effects of Goji Juice?In order to answer the question, let's take a look at what Goji berries are.These small red berries are found, and harvested in the Himalayas.While they are only relatively new to the worldwide market, they are crea... Read >
Author: Alien

How to Stop Your Dogs Excessive Licking

09th May 2007
If your dog licks excessively, you can easily stop this behavior once you understand the root cause of his excessive licking.In order to get to the bottom of this mysterious and compulsive dog behavior you will want to look at two root causes of excessive... Read >
Author: gpoint

Allergic Reactions — EpiPen® and Immunotherapy Treatment

23rd January 2007
Avoidance and education are the mainstays of prevention therapy for those who suffer from severe allergies. However, the allergen cannot always be avoided, so it is important to know what emergency measures to take (i.e., epinephrine self-injection) when ... Read >
Author: epipen

Wearing Contacts with Allergies

13th December 2006
Allergy season can be a very trying time for those that wear contact lenses. Often, allergy sufferers have itchy, watery eyes or a buildup of protein deposits which can make it hard to see out of contact lenses and also cause quite a bit of discomfort. Wh... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

What Can We Do To Treat Candida

07th September 2006
Candida is a very spread yeast infection mostly known as a female issue. But this is not entirely true because very frequent men can develop such an infection. There is a similarity between men and women: frequently the yeast infection affects the reprodu... Read >
Author: Dalvin Rumsey

Why Is Black Temporary Henna Tattoos Dangerous?

21st March 2006
Henna is NOT Black and does not cause blisters and open sores. There are several products marketed as "Black Henna", some of which is harmless but others are very dangerous PPD (Para-Phenylenediamine), black hair dye CAN cause blisters and sores. ... Read >
Author: nita navneet

A Case of Infantigo: Spread the Word!

13th January 2006
My daughter caught infantigo while we were traveling home from Argentina on an airplane. He had an open wound on his wrist from a torn aluminum juice can, and the wound grew more and more infected. At first we thought that she was having an allergic ... Read >
Author: Hector Fuente
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