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JUST SAY “NO” TO NO XPLODE AND FORCE FACTOR!

07th June 2010
I know there is always a lot of confusion out there when it comes to what new supplements are not only safe, but worth your hard earned money. The problem is....more often than not, you'd be better off saving those bucks to spend them on some real food in... Read >
Author: Jeff Cavaliere MSPT, CSCS

Signs and Symptoms of Uterine Fibroids, Something More Serious

17th May 2010
First, although it is possible you can get a good idea if you have fibroids, your symptoms by reviewing the following list, you should always obtain a proper diagnosis from your doctor to confirm this as fibroids, although few times are dangerous, there i... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Finding the best service from Toronto spa massage parlors

14th May 2010
For persons who wish to get the best results of massage, aromatherapy and that relaxing hydrotherapy, perhaps it's time to get into one of those Toronto spa massage that provide all three. These establishments target the clients who seek the ultimate stre... Read >
Author: James

Getting Rid Of Sinus Fungus

12th May 2010
Fungi normally live by absorbing nutrients and water from dead organisms. But, in the case of sinus fungus, the live human body becomes the breeding ground as the fungus feeds off the body's nutrients and materials, such as the mucus. Once it makes contac... Read >
Author: jillghprx

What-Rectal-Bleeding-Could-Mean

10th May 2010
You may observe that you might have received some anal swelling and may well get anxious more than this abnormal symptom. In most circumstances, rectal blood loss just isn't severe and is also in reality a common occurence which is usually corrected. Neve... Read >
Author: Edmund Keller

Magnesium, Vitamin C and Iodine: A Cure for Influenza

06th May 2010
Why did the 1918-1919 Influenza pandemic, also called the Spanish Flu, kill so many people? (Somewhere between 25 and 100 million, depending on which report you believe). It had to do with the way the body reacts to irritation or injury. This reaction is ... Read >
Author: Mervyn Penny

Knowing the Good and Bad Effect of Cheese

28th April 2010
Cheese is very rich of calcium, phosphorous, zinc, vitamins A, riboflavin, and vitamin B12. Therefore, not surprising that cheese, which is initially produced by the Egyptians, is now become favorite breakfast menu in many countries around the world. C... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Benazepril

27th April 2010
Benazepril or as it is known by the brand name Lotensin, is a drug that is usually used in the treatment of high blood pressure or hypertension, congestive heart failure, and chronic renal failure or kidney failure. More often than not it will be prescrib... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Mouth and Tooth Injury Natural Treatment and How to get rid of Mouth and Tooth Injury Naturally

26th April 2010
Mouth and tooth injury are the health problems, in mouth injury involve the teeth, jaw, lips, tongue, inner cheeks, gums, roof of the mouth, neck, or tonsils as well as a small cut or puncture inside the mouth may bleed a lot because there are many blood ... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

Requirements for an Ergonomic Mouse

12th April 2010
It is a well known fact that neck, shoulders, arms and hands complaints (NSAH)* frequently occur. Working with a conventional computer mouse may result in complaints like tingling, pain and /or obstruction of the blood flow to and from the arms and hands.... Read >
Author: Sjoerd Eisma

Why Pregnant Women Wake up With a Stuffy Nose

01st April 2010
There was a woman who complained since she became pregnant she would wake up with a stuffy nose. She tried to breathe through her mouth, but it wasn't comfortable and caused her pain in her throat. And when she tried to blow her nose nothing came out. Whe... Read >
Author: Chris

Veinlite: The Best Vein Illuminator Available

25th March 2010
A vein illuminator is a medical professional's best friend. By eliminating guesswork, these devices can make injections safer and more accurate, especially in cases where the patient is a young child or a neonate, and has limbs so small that there isn't a... Read >
Author: expertseo22@gmail.com

The Structure of Equine Teeth & The Mastication Cycle

22nd March 2010
Structure of equine teeth ENAMEL -Enamel is the hardest and most dense substance in the body. -It has a very high (96 - 98 %) mineral content making it almost translucent. -Due to the absence of cellular inclusions (unlike dentine or cement) enamel ca... Read >
Author: Tammy Patterson

Causes, Symptoms, Treatmenent,home remedies for bruises

22nd March 2010
Read more Home Remedies for Colitis and Home Remedies for Common Cold and Home Remedies for Common Fever A bruise, also called a contusion, is a type of relatively minor in which capillaries and sometimes venules are damaged by trauma, allowing bloo... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Do Statins Lower HDL (Good Cholesterol)

05th March 2010
Statins are one of the most prescribed of all types of medications. They have been popular for years now, for their ability to rapidly reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) and total cholesterol readings. They also lower triglyceride levels as well. But with all t... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis
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