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Dermatographia: Overview, Symptoms, and Treatment

13th November 2009
Dermatographia (aka "skin writing") is a rare, auto-immune skin condition which affects about five percent of the human population. Individuals impacted by this condition have hypersensitive skin and even minor injuries, rubbing, or scratching can cause r... Read >
Author: Safiur Rahman

Is muscle growth possible in old age?

19th October 2009
Normally, the answer to this question would be negative. Who would want to believe that muscle growth can happen during old age. In fact, it is scientifically tested that even the strongest muscle builders shrink their muscles when they turn old. However... Read >
Author: Jason Ferruggia

What Can Cause A False Positive For Syphillis Test in Omaha

16th October 2009
1(888)MAX-LABS or 1(888)629-5227 FTAbs test may be negative due to immunodeficiency. Thus dark field examination of appropriate specimens should be performed in any patient in whom syphilis is suspected and even if VDRL is negative. FTA test detects ... Read >
Author: Dr. James Brown

Understand Bleeding, Thrombosed and Prolapsed Hemorrhoid

21st September 2009
Hemorrhoids may be classified as either internal or external. Further these can be sub classified as bleeding, thrombosed and prolapsed hemorrhoid. External hemorrhoid is normally more painful when compared with internal piles. When hemorrhoids becomes fu... Read >
Author: Chris V

E P Study Surgery hospitals in India offering low cost high quality E P Study treatments

18th September 2009
Electrophysiology Study (EP study) in India Q.How is an EP study performed ? If you have an EP study, you will be brought to the electrophysiology laboratory (a specialized catheterization laboratory) and you will lie down on an examination tabl... Read >
Author: WeCareIndia

Side Effects of Hair Transplantation, Hair Transplant

08th September 2009
Every surgery has post-operative side effects. However, most side effects that come with a micro-graft transplant usually go away in about one to three weeks. Most common side effects are noticed with the following signs: 1) Hair fall Hair fall... Read >
Author: Alicia McWilliams

Aromatherapy Essential Oils Proven Effective for Treating Hematoma

04th August 2009
In certain segments of the population, bruising is a problem. Those who are very fair skinned or those who are blood thinning medication regiments such as aspirin or Coumadin also have problems with bruising as their blood is thinner and pools easier. Wom... Read >
Author: moriahherbs

My Doctor Told Me I Have Water On The Knee, What Does He Mean?

19th July 2009
Obviously I do not have water on top my knee, so why did my physician tell me I have water on the knee? - The term "water on the knee" is a generic term that describes the accumulation of excess fluid (edema) in or around the knee joint. Underlying issues... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

Toe Fractures: Options To Treat and Heal Them (Yes, Toe Fractures Do Need To Be Treated)

16th July 2009
Toe fractures are very common, and often are an under treated medical condition. Conventional wisdom states that they cannot be treated, and fractured toes are often left alone. Unfortunately, this can sometimes lead to significant problems down the road,... Read >
Author: Scott Kilberg DPM

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

To Treat (Or Not To Treat) Plantar Warts

16th July 2009
Q: What happens when plantar warts go untreated for a really long time? A: Plantar warts are benign epithelial tumors that form on the bottom of your feet. They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which enters the skin through minor cuts and ... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Tinnitus Solution - Cure Lifelong Tinnitus

27th June 2009
Is there a cure for lifelong tinnitus? Medical doctors would tell you the present in some situations yes, particular situations no. For some suffers of the condition, there is medical treatment that can help you. If you undergo a form that occurs from... Read >
Author: Candy

Does Smoking Make Diabetic Foot Problems Worse?

18th June 2009
Let me begin with a disclaimer. I believe that everyone has a right to make their own personal decisions and choices about their health and the activities that they enjoy. For example, I personally compete in Ironman triathlons. There are people who belie... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

A Proven Cold Sore Treatment - Facts About Lysine For Your Cold Sores

29th May 2009
Lysine as a cold sore treatment is a potent way to get rid of cold sores - and keep them gone.You may have heard about lysine as a weapon against the herpes simplex virus - the virus that causes all cold sores. Perhaps you've even tried a lysine salve or ... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh

Treating Quadriceps Tendon Rupture

15th May 2009
Quadriceps tendon ruptures are not common and mostly occur in people who are older than forty years of age. It is much more common in patients with various diseases and who have had degenerative changes in the extensor mechanism of the knee. Ruptures typi... Read >
Author: David Ravech
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