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Aspergillus Nail Infection

20th April 2011
To shield your house from mildew (and keep it outdoors where it belongs), you require to make sure it does not have the situations to develop and thrive. Mildew requirements moisture to expand. If you have leaks, resolve them quickly. Run the dehumidifier... Read >
Author: Gerry Cannon

The Devilbiss SleepCube CPAP: Competition for Market Leaders ResMed and Respironics

20th January 2011
History of Devilbiss Healthcare DeVilbiss Healthcare is a global manufacturer and distributor of respiratory therapy products. The origins of the company date back to 1888 when Dr Allen DeVilbiss from Toledo, Ohio developed the first atomiser - a met... Read >
Author: Satya Narayan

Sage Essential Oil Researched For Mood And Memory Improvement

26th October 2010
Essential oils are well known for a great variety of healing actions: antibacterial, antiviral, ant-inflammatory -- even anticancer. But did you know they're proven to make you smarter as well? There's actually a growing body of evidence confirming the us... Read >
Author: GingerGirl

A Summary of Common Pneumonia Symptoms

22nd August 2010
Pneumonia is inflammation and often infection of the lungs. Although some forms of pneumonia are mild and don't require medical treatment, other forms of the disease can be severe and need prompt medical intervention. Statistics indicate that over 3 milli... Read >
Author: Alberto Martinez

Choosing An Aromatherapy Diffuser For The Greatest Therapeutic Benefit

16th June 2010
In the world of therapeutic aromatherapy, there are three modalities of using essential oils: Topical application, ingestion and inhalation. Sometimes inhalation gets dismissed as not real medicine, but this just isn't the case. Essential oils still get i... Read >
Author: GingerGirl

Learning The Dangers And The Proper Way Of Using Nitric Acid

05th May 2010
Nitric acid is known to be a very dangerous substance. It is highly corrosive, very reactive, poisonous and a strong oxidizer. Needless to say, one should be very well-equipped with the necessary knowledge and gears in order to make use of this acid prope... Read >
Author: joalesto

Preserving Beauticians' Health--Top 3 Hazards to Avoid in Your Beauty Salon

05th January 2010
If you are a beautician you have the talent to cut, color, curl, highlight and design hair styles that ultimately change people's lives and how they and other feel about them. But working in a beauty salon day in and day out can potentially change your... Read >
Author: Debbie

Dog Blastomycosis Fungal Disease

08th October 2009
Blastomycosis of Blasto is a systemic fungal disease that primarily affects dogs and humans, but has also been known to infect cats, sea lions and horses. It is caused by the fungal organism Blastomyces dermatitidis, which is found as a mold in the soil o... Read >
Author: hannah

CPAP and BIPAP Treaments and Explanations for Sleep Apnea

13th August 2009
This purpose of this article is to explain the treatments of sleep apnea with CPAP and BIPAP Machines. CPAP Treatments CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is the most common treatment for patients who have been diagnosed for Sleep Apnea. Th... Read >
Author: Jorock

Mold – The Good and Bad

18th May 2009
Can we fall sick due to mold presence in our environment? Well, yes and no. Two people exposed to mold in a room will react differently. One may feel stuffy and start to get a headache, while the other may feel nothing at all. This depends on their le... Read >
Author: Samatha Oliver

Manifestations, Indications, and Medical Facts On Potassium Permanganate Intoxication

28th April 2009
It is widespread practice that potassium permanganate is used for several medicinal applications such as foot soak for athlete's foot and a warm bath for eczema. It is also used as a disinfectant, deodorant and astringent alongside being an effective bact... Read >
Author: joalesto

Significant Factors to Take Into Account When Using Methylated Spirits

21st April 2009
Methylated spirits, also known as metho, is basically a mixture of 95% ethyl alcohol and 5% methyl alcohol. One primary use of ethyl alcohol or ethanol is consumption in alcoholic beverage. Methyl alcohol or methanol, on the other hand, is considered toxi... Read >
Author: joalesto

How E-Waste Effects Us All

17th April 2009
Prior to buying a TV, music player, or wireless phone do you think about where these items will go after you no longer use or need them? Consumer electronic components produce nearly 3 million tons of commercial and electronic, or e-waste, annually as con... Read >
Author: Metten

The Benefits of Strengthening Kidney Essence for Human Being

30th December 2008
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, essence or Jing is a unique concept. It is in charge for developmental advancement from origin to death. Essence regarded as one of the sanctified resources that all people acquired from their parents; however, every one w... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Physical needs of a child

04th November 2008
At home or at the daycare, children have physical needs that must be met which contribute to their total well being and comfort. Here are some ideas: One of the important physical needs of children is a suitable environment which provides fresh air to br... Read >
Author: Ese Adonkie
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