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Dog Diarrhea: How To Quickly Stop It At Home

14th March 2012
You have seen this many times; soft, liquidy poop found in a pile on the rug under the kitchen table. In this article I am going to go over the common causes of dog diarrhea, and how it is diagnosed based on the clinical signs. Lastly you will see the mor... Read >
Author: Dr Andrew Jones, DVM

Turmeric Benefits What the Ancients Knew

11th November 2011
Is a cure for cancer still in the far distant future? In this new century, perhaps not. And if that cure involved curcumin, a known cancer fighter, the continuing research into it would be a gift from the ancient Asians of three thousand years ago. They k... Read >
Author: Carolyn

What Is A Perforated Bowel

15th March 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie Glynn If you or a loved one has suffered a perforated bowel, it probably came as quite a shock and you may have a number of questions, such as what is a perforated bowel and why did it happen? This article explores these questi... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

Are Celiac Disease And Candida Albicans Connected?

23rd August 2010
Celiac Disease, also referred to as CD, is intolerance to gluten which is found predominantly in wheat but is present in other grains such as oats, barley rye and others. CD is definitely on the rise for previously only 1 in every 3000 was diagnosed and n... Read >
Author: Lupe Faulkner

Accutane linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

02nd June 2010
Accutane linked to Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Accutane, manufactured by Roche, is a drug used to treat severe acne. Isotretinoin, the generic form, is marketed by other companies under the names Amnesteem, Claravis, Clarus, Decutan, Isotane, Izotek, Ora... Read >
Author: susan01

Ischemic Colitis Diet: The Proper Management

11th April 2010
Inflammatory bowel disease is a very common illness experienced by people of all races. In every part of the world, many people experience this problem. Because the occurrence of the disease is in increasing number these days, a lot of people find means t... Read >
Author: lisa lucero

How Imbalanced Digestive Bacteria Cause Obesity & Heart Disease

15th March 2010
Science now reveals that the foreign contents within your digestive tract play a dramatic role in your energy level, metabolic function, body weight, and cardiovascular health. While it is not the only causative factor involved in obesity and the metaboli... Read >
Author: Byron J. Richards

Overactive Immune System And How To Balance It

22nd February 2010
The immune system is designed to protect the body against bacteria, viruses, parasites etc. However, although it usually prevents disease, sometimes it can cause it. This article explores what we can do to help our immune system function more effectively.... Read >
Author: Valerie Cuell

Prolapsed Hemorrhoids

08th January 2010
Prolapsed hemorrhoids represent both the most severe and probably the most frightening form that internal hemorrhoids can take. To prolapse means to extrude from the body, so only internal hemorrhoids can prolapsed. External hemorrhoids are already on the... Read >
Author: Donald Urquhart

Blood In Stool - 7 Reasons Found In The Colon

18th December 2009
Blood in stool is often discovered with some alarm, accompanied appropriately by exclamations of bloody (adjective, not expletive). Scarlet red dots of blood coat the stools. Crimson red blood besmirches the toilet tissue. Down the legs and into the toile... Read >
Author: Rachel Rich

Breastfeeding as Pain Relief

26th June 2009
Breastfeeding as Pain Relief Breastfeeding is the best form of pain relief because: 1. Breastfeeding promotes bonding between mother and baby. 2. Breastfeeding satisfies baby's emotional needs. 3. Breast milk provides perfect infant nutrit... Read >
Author: Enkade

Nutrition For Crohn's Sufferers - 7 Ways To Get It

05th June 2009
For a Crohn's patient with active symptoms, it can be difficult to get the nutrition we need. When it hurts just to eat anything, eating becomes something we don't even want to think about. Listed are a few ways I have used to get as much nutrition as pos... Read >
Author: D. Robinson

A Crohn's Diet - You Can Heal Yourself

05th June 2009
As a Crohn's patient, you may not have considered how vital your diet is to your health. When Crohn's symptoms are active, it can be painful to eat at all. While we know there is not yet a cure for Crohn's Disease, we also know how to combat the effects o... Read >
Author: D. Robinson

Baby Fart Aerobics - Infant Massage with the Funny Name

12th May 2009
Do you want a solution to your baby's constant screaming from painful gas from baby colic? Jini Patel Thompson might just be your next best friend with her DVD with the strange name, Baby Fart Aerobics.Why baby farting relieves colic cryingThe name is lau... Read >
Author: Cherie Stirewalt

Control Chron's Disease With Natural Anti-Inflammatory Herbs And Vitamins

16th April 2009
Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disorder with an unknown origin. It is often called iletis or enteritis and usually affects the lowest part of the small intestine. However, it can occur in other parts of the digestive tract, from the mouth to the... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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