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What in a Reflux Wedge Pillow?

17th January 2011
Are you aware that because of the newborns and infants' delicate tummies, it made them highly sensitive to develop stomach reflux symptoms? Poor feeding, some formula milk and lying supine right after feeding can contribute to such reflux. More often than... Read >
Author: Clivir Team

Cognition and Fibromyalgia – Symptoms Causes Treatment by Dr Smita Pandey Bhat

11th August 2010
Cognition is the ability to think, perceive, know and understand the world. The term cognition is taken from the Latin word "cognoscere" that means to know. In psychology the cognition refers to mental functions, mental processes and states of intelligent... Read >
Author: Dr Smita Pandey Bhat

Emotional Despair and its Effects on Your Body

19th February 2010
"Message in a Bottle" is a 1979 hit song by Sting and The Police. The song was composed by Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner (a.k.a. "Sting") and was The Police's first number one hit in the United Kingdom. The song is about a castaway that is stranded on an i... Read >
Author: Dustin Hines

Glutathione And It's Support To Adrenal Exhaustion

24th December 2009
For those who suffer from low energy due to adrenal exhaustion, there is good news. Enhancing your glutathione levels may be the key to putting a bounce into your step once again. Adrenal glands are tiny, about the size of a walnut and sit right above ... Read >
Author: went2fish

Sleep Alpha Complex

21st December 2009
One of the most frequent health complaints physicians encounter is disturbed sleep. It is said that more than one-half of adults in the United States have at least intermittent sleep disturbances. It is said that most adults sleep 7 to 8 hours per night. ... Read >
Author: plantstemcells

The Characteristics Of Bipolar Disorder

27th March 2009
Bipolar disorder in psychiatry is a medical diagnosis which refers to mania (mixed states or hypomania) alternated with euthymic or depressed mood (clinical depression) within a specific duration of time. Compared to ups and downs experienced by normal p... Read >
Author: Jesus Sabu

Green Tea Extract and Caffeine?

09th March 2009
Are you a three-cup-of-coffee morning person? Maybe two does the job-maybe even more? In the United States the average adult consumes 280 milligrams of caffeine daily (the equivalent of 17 ounces of brewed coffee or 84 ounces of soft drink).6Caffeine is f... Read >
Author: Kevin Agrawal

Are You Aware Of These Clogged Arteries Symptoms?

23rd October 2008
The most regular cause of clogged arteries is called atherosclerosis. It occurs as a course when plaque resides in inner lining of the artery. This plague is in fact made of fat, cholesterol, fibrin, cellular waste products and calcium deposits. The more ... Read >
Author: Ling

Adrenal fatigue - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

14th July 2008
Adrenal fatigue is a label applied to a collection of nonspecific symptoms, such as body aches, fatigue, nervousness, sleep disturbances and digestive problems. The term often shows up in popular health books and on alternative medicine Web sites, but it ... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Restless Leg Syndrome: Shake Your Leg or Legs Relentlessly? Here's What it May be and What to Do

17th March 2006
Ten percent of Americans suffer from Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS), an under-diagnosed neurological disorder that causes creepy-crawly, tingling, aching, burning sensations in the calves, thighs, feet and even arms. The only thing that seems to relieve thes... Read >
Author: Brian Vaszily
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