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Diabetes and Kidney Failure

22nd March 2012
Patients suffering from Diabetes may develop kidney problems if they have persistent high level of glucose. This could lead to other complications as kidney filters waste in our body and excrete them through urine. If kidney is unable to work it could lea... Read >
Author: unsafedrugs

Gout Pain - Is There a Miracle Cure

08th February 2011
As any gout sufferer will agree, gout pain is intense and agonising. Gout can come on very quickly and with little or no warning.The body produces uric acid from the breakdown of food. A manageable level is maintained with excess being disolved into the b... Read >
Author: Pedro Prince

Anorexia Complications

22nd November 2010
Anorexia complications fluctuate in degree and in severity. Anorexia in its most fatal complication can result in death. This can come as a big surprise to many since anorexia can lead to death even if the patient is not the least underweight. Anorexia co... Read >
Author: Johnny

Treatment Of Kidney Infection

01st October 2010
Kidney infections are usually treated with antibiotics. If the doctor suspects kidney infection, he will prescribe antibiotics even before the laboratory shows the results of your urine test. After knowing the results, the doctor may change the antibiotic... Read >
Author: larissabrown

The Best Method For Treating Dry Feet

20th May 2010
Our feet are by far one of the most useful, yet neglected parts of our bodies. Although they take us where we want to go, more often than not they are neglected. Not for malicious intent, but simply because we don't think about treating our feet much on ... Read >
Author: Felix Owns

The Dangers of Bad Blood Transfusions Potential Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

21st January 2010
There are a number of life saving reasons why a person may need a blood transfusion. It could be the result of an auto accident or a potentially fatal disease. A blood transfusion when done correctly offers excellent prospects for recovery but when someth... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Actual Hangover Cures When You've Had Too Much To Drink

16th July 2009
It is possible that "What happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas" but after a great night of clubbing your second night in town, your hangover may just keep you from having a good time for the rest of your weekend! Is it possible to eleviate one complet... Read >
Author: Heidi Keller-Rosen

Harmful Effects of Drinking Excessive Tea

17th September 2008
People drink tea to relax. A sizzling cup is refreshing. Yet, excessive tea is not advisable. It is harmful to health. It slowly affects the body systems. The habit of drinking too much tea should be avoided. Why so? Why One Should You Avoid Excessive ... Read >
Author: Amitabh Kumar

How You Can Conquer Rheumatoid Arthritis?

02nd September 2008
Arthritis means inflammation of one or more joints. It is associated with joint pain. This is a common ailment of older people older than fifty-five years old. One of the most common symptoms of arthritis includes pain and limited function of joints. Some... Read >
Author: cathyz

Information on Hydroquinone Dangers

17th July 2008
Dangers of Hydroquinone ---------- Skin lightening creams have been around for decades. Lightening the skin or fading away blemishes has been one of the major reasons people use these creams. In the quest for beauty, there are side effects that can occu... Read >
Author: James Dalton

Hair Product Ingredients that are Bad for Your Hair

05th July 2007
There are many products out there claiming to treat dry, damaged, chemically treated African American hair; and while most of these products receive popular acclaim or are created from trusted hair care lines, be wary. Not all products are created equal a... Read >
Author: KKrofton

Type 2 Diabetes | Mature Onset Diabetes

17th December 2005
Type 2 diabetes is sometimes referred to as mature onset diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is much more common than Type I. In Type 2 diabetes the pancreas either does not produce adequate levels of insulin or the body becomes resistant to its own insulin. Typ... Read >
Author: J. Brian Keith
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