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Low Acid and Acid Free Coffee

18th October 2011
There is a great request for low acid and acid free coffee. This is due to people who say they have extreme reactions to the acid in coffee. And, this condition makes it necessary for them to stop drinking coffee all together or find another recourse. Bot... Read >
Author: Joyce Kaaland

Eating Too Much Bean Curd Could Cause Indigestion

10th June 2011
Modern medical research has confirmed that tofu not only is rich in protein and eight essential amino acids for the human body, but also contains a lot of fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Thus, tofu is a delicious and nourishing food. However, t... Read >
Author: Codeblue

Diet regime For Iron Deficiency Anemia

27th April 2011
If your entire body is deficient in its retailers of iron, it can lead to anemia. If the iron retailers develop into depleted, then your synthesis of hemoglobin can be inhibited. Signs or symptoms of anemia include pallor, reduction of urge for food, inso... Read >
Author: Logan Stout

Are You Always Feeling Tired?

06th January 2011
Are You Always Feeling Tired?Are you feeling tired? Is the tiredness still there no matter what you do? Do you drink coffee? Are you going to bed early and still getting up tired? Are you wondering what’s going on? I have provided you with some info... Read >
Author: Rita Ham

Curing Thrush with Home Remedies

19th May 2010
The overgrowth of the fungi Candida Albicans is responsible for the onset of Thrush, which is also know as Yeast Infection or Candidiasis. Thrush is not a serious disease but it can cause great discomfort for its sufferer. The best thing you can do then y... Read >
Author: Efrain Aguilar

The Seven Best Foods To Eat When Pregnant.

10th March 2010
Pregnant women must ensure that they receive proper nutrition throughout their pregnancy so that their unborn child will be healthy and well-developed. There are important foods to eat when pregnant that every expecting woman should be aware of, as she is... Read >
Author: Roger Noonan

Anemia, how to prevent it

08th December 2009
ANAEMIA Anaemia is derived from a greek word anaimia "lack of blood". DEFINATION: Anaemia is defined as decrease in normal number of red blood cells (RBCs) or less than the normal quantity of hemoglobin in the blood. The normal level of hemoglob... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

“Autism Treatment: Anemia Could be a Factor”, States Tampa Dr. Mane

25th July 2009
ADHD and all the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ADHD, Aspergers, Tourettes, OCD, Autism) are childhood neurobehavioral disorders. Many times these disorders are so complex and can be so emotional that we lose sight of basic neurophysiology. Certainly we all a... Read >
Author: drmane

Assistance for Angular Cheilitis or Chapped Lips

08th May 2008
Chapped and cracked lips could get worse when left untreated, and they are extremely excruciating. When bacterial and fungal infection come in, you can develop angular cheilitis. This is a kind of lip sore that's so extreme that it becomes defiant of trea... Read >
Author: Farah

Beau's lines - Definition, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

12th July 2007
Beau's lines are deep grooved lines that run from side to side on the fingernail. They are usually bilateral and result from a temporary cessation in the growth of the nail plate during severe systemic illnesses. It is believed that there is a temporary c... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen
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