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Factors or Conditions That Influence Asthma

30th May 2007
Bronchial asthma is a disease that is influenced considerably by several factors. This is a disease which is prevalent all over the world. It is generally seen that the boys of younger age groups have more severe case of the symptoms of the disease than t... Read >
Author: Tom alter

What medication to take in a sinus infection case?

13th May 2007
When you are dealing with a sinus infection, there are a few steps to take in order to heal the sinus infection. Your immune system is actually equipped to deal with a lots of disease, but when it comes to a sinus infection, things get a little more compl... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

Allergic Reactions — EpiPen® and Immunotherapy Treatment

23rd January 2007
Avoidance and education are the mainstays of prevention therapy for those who suffer from severe allergies. However, the allergen cannot always be avoided, so it is important to know what emergency measures to take (i.e., epinephrine self-injection) when ... Read >
Author: epipen

Neuroliminal Training - New Hope for Depression

11th January 2007
Neuroliminal Training - New inexpensive training does the same thing that EEG Biofeedback (AKA Neurofeedback) does, but at a fraction of the cost! How does Neuroliminal Training work? Instead of using a lot of expensive equipment and "doctor time" to s... Read >
Author: Phil Bate PhD

Wearing Contacts with Allergies

13th December 2006
Allergy season can be a very trying time for those that wear contact lenses. Often, allergy sufferers have itchy, watery eyes or a buildup of protein deposits which can make it hard to see out of contact lenses and also cause quite a bit of discomfort. Wh... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Osteoarthritis Diet + Exercise Plan

17th November 2006
The most common type of arthritis, osteoarthritis affects nearly 20 million people. More than half of the population over the age of 65 is afflicted with this disease in at least one of their joints. Osteoarthritis, a degenerative condition, is a form ... Read >
Author: Debra Gropp

Why our dogs scratch themselves?

25th May 2006
Itching and scratching in dogs is a nothing short of a nightmare for pet owners. It can keep the owners up all night, driving them crazy. If it can be so painful for the pet owners, then just think how the dog must be suffering. All the dog does the entir... Read >
Author: Babu Banik

Nasal Irrigation: Using a Neti Pot: For the Common Cold and Congestion

09th November 2005
Nasal Irrigation is becoming recognized once again as an effective way to eliminate sinus congestion, battle the common cold and relieve allergies.Why has it come back so strong?People are tired of drugs and want a natural alternative treatment for allerg... Read >
Author: Benjamin Lynch

Elidel and Protopic? Natural Alternatives to Treat Eczema

09th November 2005
As I was couch bound one evening, a 'cute' commerical for an eczema drug appeared. It stated that it treated eczema and that there was no cure for eczema. Needless to say, as a naturopathic medical student, I was furious. There is a cure for eczema. It is... Read >
Author: Benjamin Lynch
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