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Quick Fix for Gout - Send the Pain Packing with These 6 Tips

13th March 2009
Gout is a medical condition that can be controlled with dietary changes. However, controlling the gout is not a guarantee. In many cases, a person will still experience an attack with gout. These attacks generally come on in the middle of the night, wakin... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Hair Loss-5 Causes Of Thinning Hair

11th March 2009
5 Causes Of Thinning Hair There can be a multitude of causes of thinning hair but not all necessarily mean you are going bald, and we are going to go through some of these in detail today, but before we do that lets have a quick look at hair growth and... Read >
Author: Chris Sladden

Why Do I Feel So Nervous and Panicky?

10th March 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Mike Bond Panic Attacks and Anxiety affect 40 million Americans annually, and cost the country $42 billion. Those cold, bare facts give you some idea of just how serious is the problem. And of course that's without factoring in depre... Read >
Author: Mike Bond

Medication Used for the Prevention of Calcium Oxalate Kidney Stones

08th March 2009
Calcium oxalate kidney stones are one of the main groups of stones that people tend to suffer with the most. These are normally formed with passing down of a hereditary condition that can cause them but can spring up when there is no family history of kid... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Causes of Tooth Discoloration and Dental Stains

12th February 2009
Tooth discoloration falls into two categories the first is extrinsic and this means the discoloration is caused by outside causes such as smoking or drinking coffee. The other is intrinsic, this means that the discoloration is caused by internal issues wi... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Coughing Acid Reflux: What It Is and How to Treat It

01st February 2009
If you experience persistent, dry coughing, coughing acid reflux is one possible cause of the problem. This might come as a surprise to you, since you may not experience all of the typical symptoms of acid reflux disease, which include heartburn, regurgit... Read >
Author: Dianna Yvonne Smith

Bipolar Violence The Risk For Untreated Bipolar Disorder

07th January 2009
One of the most serious side effects of untreated bipolar disorder is the bipolar violence associated with it. This could be a self-caused treatment failure. The word used to describe for not taking your medications is called "noncompliance." When you are... Read >
Author: personalwino69

Healing and Recovery after Liposuction

16th December 2008
The best liposuction information details that recovery is definitely a concern to those looking into the operation. Most clients are pleased to find out that recovery from Liposuction is fairly simple. Pain can also be reduced by performing your Liposucti... Read >
Author: kentyoung

How Do You Get Rid of Seed Warts

03rd December 2008
Aside from being unsightly, warts can be a discomfort and in the case of seed warts, it can also be painful. For many seed warts sufferers, this skin condition can be very frustrating and annoying. So how do you get rid of seed warts or any type of warts ... Read >
Author: Charlene Nuble

Heating Pad Treatment for Gout - Alternative Methods to Relive Pain

01st December 2008
If you suffer from gout or know someone that does, likely you are seeking ways to alleviate the pain. You will find many different methods that can work for many people. Among them will be charcoal and charcoal ointments, dietary supplements, holistic met... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

What Is A Fitness Evaluation

12th November 2008
Article written by Cassandra Govan Govan Fitness & Training November 5, 2008 What is a Fitness Evaluation? Govan Fitness & Training has posted a new video at www.govanfitness.com ,Try Before You Buy (TBYB) that encourages prospective customer... Read >
Author: silntrunin

Using Home Remedies for Sick Dogs

14th October 2008
While nothing can replace the treatment that you get from a vet when you dog is not feeling well, once you know what the problem is there are home remedies for sick dogs that you can use at home. If your dog has fleas, you will notice that the dog is ... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

What Is A Hematoma? Your Questions Answered!

01st October 2008
A hematoma is blood that is outside the blood vessels but inside your body. You have seen plenty of hematomas when you fall down and the next day your knees are black and blue, that's a hematoma. In this case, it is blood that you can see beneath your ski... Read >
Author: jdobson

Minor Heartburn Treatment

25th September 2008
Heartburn can come in many different levels of severity. It can range from mild to severe. It also has a number of different causes, with the most common being diet and obesity. There are also a number of heartburn treatment options available. For mild ... Read >
Author: Krishan Bakhru

Stop Drinking Now ..How to Quit Alcohol

18th July 2008
Anyone has the ability to stop drinking as soon as today. The first step is up to you. You can consult your doctor, contact a support group, or even just set a date as a goal to be the day that you set aside the bottle for good. Make sure though that whil... Read >
Author: EdPhilips
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