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Caries 5 of the most common causes

22nd March 2011
Caries is the most common dental disease, it is also knows as tooth decay or cavity and affects around 98% of all people An interesting fact about caries is that anthropologists have discovered that the first people on our planet actually had less caries ... Read >
Author: rumbota

Huntersville Dentist Ingenious Remedies for Enamel Erosion

03rd March 2011
The outer shell of the tooth is called enamel. The teeth are protected from the stresses of daily activity like eating and biting with the help of enamel. This tough covering is in fact the hardest tissue in the body. But of course, it is still vulnerable... Read >
Author: Dallas Cook

Advanced Cancer Treatment Techniques in KIMS Hyderabad, India

11th February 2011
World over due to the rapidly changing lifestyles and other reasons the incidence of cancer is increasing. Cancer also occurs due to genetic predisposition. Therefore the immediate priority of the international community is to increase the cancer related ... Read >
Author: KIMS Hospital

Alpecin Does Alpecin Prevent Hair Loss?

11th January 2011
Alpecin is a strong remedy for preventing hereditary hair loss. In fact, hereditary hair loss is a genetic predisposition and not a disease. Alpecin has been found very effective as a hair loss treatment. Hair loss can be controlled with the help of prope... Read >
Author: chemistdirect

Trouble With Confrontations

15th September 2010
For those of us with a socially anxious temperament, it can be difficult to face even the most minor confrontation. If you have difficulty managing confrontations, you may find this article helpful. It explains some of the patterns that emerge for social ... Read >
Author: Eddie Smith

The Dangerous Side Effects of Osteoporosis Medication

06th September 2010
Turn on any television channel and chances are there will be at least one commercial for osteoporosis medication. For many people, this is the only place they learn about this degenerative and potentially debilitating disease. It is a serious health probl... Read >
Author: susan01

Why Type 1 Diabetes Is Becoming More Common?

05th August 2010
Research has shown that type 1 diabetes is growing at about three per cent per year. The question on the researcher's minds is why. There was a time when the primary patients diagnosed with type 1 diabetes was 3 to 5 years of age. Not it is being diagnose... Read >
Author: briangarvin

Endometriomas of the Vulva

01st March 2010
Endometriomas of the vulva can be very painful and requires medical attention so that appropriate action may be taken. Oftentimes a surgical operation is needed in order to remove the cyst and stop the pain. Endometriomas of the vulva is endometriosis... Read >
Author: James Pendergraft

Hemorrhagic Cysts: Symptoms And Treatment Methods For This Type Of Ovarian Cyst

23rd February 2010
What Are Hemorrhagic Cysts? Hemorrhagic cysts are a type of ovarian cyst and are more common than most women realize. Most are harmless and many come and go unnoticed. Occasionally, however, problems do occur that need to be addressed by a physician. ... Read >
Author: Karen Marie Kalata

Training Springer Spaniels - Using a Muzzle

12th February 2010
When listening to people about obedience training springer spaniels as well as other breeds, one point that is frequently raised is if muzzles for dogs are a good idea or not. Is is cruel to muzzle a dog? Is a muzzle completely necessary? And can good obe... Read >
Author: Barry Rodgers

Recurring Ovarian Cysts: Stop The Cycle Of Developing Ovarian Cysts For Good

04th February 2010
If you are one of the many women who suffer from painful recurring ovarian cysts, you might be looking for a permanent solution. Something that can help you not only get rid of your ovarian cyst now, but never experience one again in the future. I can... Read >
Author: Karen Marie Kalata

Dog Bladder Crystals - Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions

07th January 2010
What are dog bladder crystals? At the risk of stating the obvious, I have to say that they are nothing but stones in your dog's bladder. They are also referred to as uroliths. What causes the formation of a dog bladder crystal? There are a numbe... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Best Skin Care - How To Choose Skin Care Products

14th December 2009
Everyone give skin care advice, yet somewhere in the jumble of promises and miraculous claims, your best skin care product is waiting to be discovered. Since it's not going to call your name or jump in your shopping basket, how do you find the perfect pro... Read >
Author: Animesh Pal

What is the treatment for short toes?

23rd October 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Dr Alireza Khosroabady DPM Brachymetatarsia or short toe/s, is a condition in which one of the five long bones of the foot (the metatarsals) is abnormally short, resulting in a shortened toe. This condition usually occurs in both fee... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Canine Degenerative Myelopathy - Finding Treatment

11th May 2009
Little is known about canine degenerative myelopathy as a disease in comparison other dog condition's, but what is known and the authorities on the subject will be highlighted in this article Degenerative myelopathy in dogs was only really diagnosed as... Read >
Author: 23gillies
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