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Do you have constant pain under your left rib cage?

08th May 2008
Back pain under the left rib cage is a dilemma for all patients suffering from it. Doctors view any constant pain seriously and treat it as a serious disorder or disease. The rib cage is a structure that is formed by the thoracic vertebrae and ribs, stern... Read >
Author: Golfer57

Beautiful Hair Comes From Within With Silica

14th November 2007
Many people are unaware that beautiful hair is due largely to their intake of silica. Silica is a form of silicon, one of the most common elements in the earth, and that is literally where it is most found: in the earth. Most forms of stones and rock cont... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Bone Removal for Cleaned Fish and Filleted Fish

11th July 2007
While the terminology is often interchanged and loosely used, a cleaned fish and a filleted fish are actually two different things. It is important to point that out before describing simple methods for bone removal. A cleaned fish is essentially a whole ... Read >
Author: Nick Anthony

How to take good care of your nose?

15th January 2007
A patient once had asked to a doctor about what did he need to do to take good care of his nose. The doctor simply and straightforwardly replied to the patient that what was more important was what not to do to your nose. Bad habits such as nose-picking, ... Read >
Author: Alexander Chong

Gotu Kola - The Arthritis Herb

07th June 2006
According to the National Center for Health Statistics there were 45.8 million adults with diagnosed arthritis in the United States in 1993. Although the term literally means joint inflammation, arthritis really refers to a group of more than 100 rheumati... Read >
Author: Linda Thompson

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Specialty Sleep

24th May 2006
Among the many chronic joint diseases is rheumatoid arthritis, which manifests itself in painful inflammation of the joint lining. It can lead to long term damage, loss of joint function and permanent disability. Rheumatoid arthritis is characterized by t... Read >
Author: Blair Stephens

Breathing and Resonance for Good Voice Production

11th March 2006
Improving one's ability to communicate is a significant step towards improving an individual's sense of self esteem and self confidence. As a Teacher of Speech and Drama and a Voice Tutor, I am often called upon to train people in the most effective way t... Read >
Author: Maggie Hall
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