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How to Prepare for a Life Insurance Physical Exam

23rd May 2013
Having a life insurance policy is essential if you want to make sure that your family will be financially secure in the event of your death. When you apply for life insurance, you may be required to have a physical exam to assess your overall state of hea... Read >
Author: Laura173

Cataract removal surgery procedure for the over 50s

14th November 2011
Cataracts are very common but very treatable. They occur when the lens of the eye becomes hardened and slightly cloudy with age. If left untreated they can severely affect eyesight, even causing partial blindness. They are extremely treatable however. Hav... Read >
Author: Kate Dawson

Hernia Surgery in Bangalore

27th April 2011
Causes of hernia If you have discovered a small protrusion on your abdomen, or elsewhere, there's likelihood that you have a hernia, and need hernia surgery in Bangalore. There are several causes for a hernia to occur: obesity heavy lifting co... Read >
Author: Nidhi Raghavendra

A quick look about Vitiligo

23rd March 2011
Vitiligo is a pigmentation disorder in which melanocytes the cells that make pigment in the skin are cracked. As a result thus patches appear on the skin in different parts of the body. Alike patches also appear on both tissues that line the inside of the... Read >
Author: ezvitiligo

Atopic Dermatitis in Infants - What Is Infant Eczema and What You Can Do About It

13th July 2010
For parents of a baby with eczema, or atopic dermatitis in infants, it can be very frustrating and challenging. Parents may feel they are caught between the proverbial rock and hard place. On the one hand a parent does not want to see his or her baby suff... Read >
Author: Audrey Ly

Colon Cancer Kills Woman After Doctor Missed It During Three Colonoscopies

09th July 2010
Men and women with a family background of colon cancer as well as people with symptoms are at higher risk of getting colon cancer. The main procedure used by doctors to check for colon cancer when an inidividual has a family history or reports a symptom, ... Read >
Author: J. Hernandez

How To Stop Varicose Veins From Getting Worse

07th July 2010
You may be having prominent varicose veins in the legs and has caused you a lot of trouble hiding them, the least to say, much worse when somebody sees it and this has become an embarrassing moment in your life. These varicose veins can be hereditary but ... Read >
Author: galenormodwv

How to Conceive Twins Naturally

01st July 2010
Becoming pregnant with twins without fertility treatment is possible. Family history, maternal age, and diet can all contribute to a twin pregnancy. There are some safe and effective natural methods to increase your odds of having twins. If you are hopin... Read >
Author: Daniela O'Neil

4 Ways To Prevent Moles

30th June 2010
Do any of your family members have moles? Do you have a family history of skin cancer? If you do, then you have an increased chance of having skin cancer and moles on your body! A mole is a pigmented spot on the skin that has changed colour. This is du... Read >
Author: Lam Seina

BRACAnalysis Genetic Test - Overview

02nd June 2010
BRACAnalysis® is a test that assesses your risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC). The test is appropriate for many individuals with a personal and/or family history of breast cancer or ovarian cancer. Genetic scientists have found a link be... Read >
Author: randallmyriad

Leg Pillow Wedge to Help Varicose Veins

22nd April 2010
A leg pillow wedge minimizes the chances of your blood pooling in your leg veins and allows the blood back to the heart for improved circulation. If you have normal functioning veins, the little valves in the vein keep blood moving forward toward the hear... Read >
Author: Betsy Powell

How Do You Know if You're Losing Your Hearing?

27th January 2010
People who are suffering from hearing loss should try to see an audiologist for a hearing test at the earliest possible time. An audiologist should be able to say for certain whether there is any loss and tell you what caused it. After reading this articl... Read >
Author: alfordlo mbardo

Breast Health

03rd November 2009
Breast HealthBreast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women, second to skin cancer. Keeping yourself aware of the changes in your body could help you to reduce your chances of losing your breast, or your life, to this serious disease. More than ... Read >
Author: Tom Trent

Dermatology Appointments: Know Before You Go

17th August 2009
Dermatology is a medical specialty that covers a wide array of skin conditions. From breakouts to mole removal, your dermatologist is well-equipped to address any and all of your skin-related needs. When you call to make an appointment with a dermatolo... Read >
Author: Yodle

Likes & Dislikes of people with cancer Rashi

29th May 2009
Crab like Karka ( Cancer ) rashi lives in water and represents the chest of Kaal Purusha (Ursha major). It moves in Agricultural lands, waterbodies, riversides and picturesque places.] The fourth sign in the Rashichakra, Karka ( Cancer ) love their hom... Read >
Author: myindiaguide
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