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What Causes Clubfoot And How Can It Be Treated?

17th May 2011
Clubfoot is a type of birth defect that causes the leg to look short in appearance, the heel to point downward, and the forefoot, or front half of the foot, to turn inward. Thus taking on the shape similar to a golf club. In adults, children, and infants ... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Toe Nail Problems - How To Solve Them

09th March 2011
Are you suffering from any toenail problems? There are a set of clues that could result you to an accurate diagnosis of a toenail dilemma. Discoloration of the nails, with dimpling and some signs of rubor about the nails often present. Let us count first... Read >
Author: Simon Marks

Laptop Motherboard Repair

02nd December 2010
Being compact and mobile are two of the main advantages of a laptop computer. However, this same advantage is also the reason for its complications. One of the most common intricacies of a laptop computer is its motherboard. All desktop computers are equi... Read >
Author: JustinL30

Leopard Gecko Mouth Rot Explained

27th October 2010
Another common problem among leopard geckos aside from leopard gecko shedding problems is mouth rot. Leopard gecko mouth rot is also termed as stomatitis. It is a bacterial infection that can affect both the mouth and gums of a leopard gecko. Symptoms inc... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

Capsulitis in Your Foot

05th August 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Tina Boucher Has your second toe looked or been inflammed lately? Do you feel like there is a bunched up sock in your foot? Is your second toe drifting towards your big toe? All of these symptoms may be the sign of capsulitis of the ... Read >
Author: Central Connecticut Foot Care Center

Genital Warts Symptoms: Don't Miss It or It Can Get Worse

07th May 2010
In medicine, most cases of genital warts symptoms vary from one person to another. In fact, there are times wherein it could be labeled as another medical condition. Sometimes, Genital HPV doesn't appear physically, like warts; often misleading people in ... Read >
Author: steve magill

ADHD behavior and Natural Remedies

19th April 2010
There are often misdiagnoses of ADHD. This means that children who do not have 'true' ADHD but whose behavioural symptoms score high on assessment tests like 'Connor's Scale', still often get labelled with ADHD. When medication (which can have damaging si... Read >
Author: compuclic

GIST Disease: A fatal tumor

15th January 2010
A gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST disease) is a highly dangerous disease. It is one of the most common mesenchymal tumors of the gastrointestinal tract. It accounts for around 1-3% of all reported gastrointestinal malignancy cases. It is a cancer of ... Read >
Author: Pankaj Modi

3 Types of Butt Rashes

13th January 2009
Butt rashes are more common in women and the embarrassment it causes is often more agonizing than the ailment itself. The good news is that treating butt rashes is simple. Unlike other afflictions, butt rashes seldom get discussed even among women and the... Read >
Author: Alan Cris

Oxygen Sensor Analyzer : A Diagnostic tool

06th October 2008
Oxygen sensor analyzer provides a way to identify faulty oxygen sensors in cars; thereby helping us to identify defective oxygen sensors. This article provides an overview about the use of oxygen sensor analyzer as a diagnostic tool to debug oxygen sensor... Read >
Author: Eric Dawson

Oxygen sensor testing using OBD2

04th September 2008
The oxygen sensor eventually needs to be replaced in all vehicles. But how would you know if the oxygen sensor has gone bad? Fortunately there are ways oxygen sensor testing can be done using OBD2 code reader. The oxygen sensor or O2 sensor as it is co... Read >
Author: Eric Dawson

Symptoms of defective oxygen sensor

14th July 2008
The oxygen sensor eventually needs to be replaced in all vehicles. But how would you know if the oxygen sensor has gone bad? There are signs you should look for to diagnose a faulty sensor. The oxygen sensor or O2 sensor as it is commonly called plays ... Read >
Author: Eric Dawson

What Constitutes Medical Malpractice?

07th April 2008
When you visit a doctor, you expect a highly trained expert to listen to your symptoms, investigate further if needed through examination and make an accurate diagnosis. Unfortunately, this situation can go wrong. Medical malpractice is defined as any neg... Read >
Author: martinvnostrand

How to Deal With Headache and Dizziness

26th July 2007
Headaches often come along with dizziness. When you experience this combination, a physical examination is usually recommended in order to diagnose the case. It is very important to know precisely if the occurrence of headaches and dizziness are independe... Read >
Author: joseph_s

The Truth about Headache and Dizziness

02nd February 2007
Headaches with dizziness are often interrelated. Whenever such a malady occurs, an expert should be consulted to take a physical examination for diagnosis. This is to detect whether the occurrence of headaches and dizziness are interdependent or not. He... Read >
Author: Richard Romando
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