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Eczema - Nurse's Guide To Facts, Tips and Natural Eczema Treatment With Coconut Oil

08th August 2012
The itch are usually unbearable when eczema, referred to as dermatitis (skin inflammation), strikes. There is different types of eczema, one of which is dyshidrotic eczema. Dyshidrotic eczema is a sort of hand eczema that starts as intense itching on hand... Read >
Author: kayla

Treatment for Pulsatile Tinnitus

03rd March 2011
Tinnitus is frequently defined as a ringing in the ears. It can sound like a high pitched tone, however one type of tinnitus sounds like a heartbeat in the ears. It is called pulsatile tinnitus and many people suffer from it at one point or another in the... Read >
Author: Kris Saelen

Thrombosed External Hemorrhoid - 3 Simple And Easy Cures That Provide Tremendous Effects Fast

13th January 2011
One of the most distressing type of hemorrhoid you could have is a thrombosed external hemorrhoid. They happen when a blood clot forms inside the hemorrhoid and cuts off the blood flow that causes the hemorrhoid to swell and turn out to be exceptionally p... Read >
Author: caryes6ppo

Pityriasis Rosea Treatment Tips

11th January 2011
Gentle bathing, mild lubricants or creams, or mild hydrocortisone creams may be used to soothe inflammation. Ultraviolet light treatments given under the supervision of a dermatologist may be helpful. Oral anti-inflammatory medications such as prednisone ... Read >
Author: arlenarron

Cure Options for Hemorrhoids

10th November 2010
Hemorrhoids affect a good deal of people with as much as fifty percent having the disease at some point in their life. This refers to a disease wherein veins of the anal canal become distended because of any condition which causes pressure in the veins to... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Nebulized Sinus Treatment A New Treatment Option?

09th July 2010
Often for patients of chronic and recurrent sinusitis, the last resort is an invasive method that will remove the causative agents from the infected site and the removal of the tissues that have been damaged by the infection. Although this still remains t... Read >
Author: jillghprx

Best Bunion Splints and Protectors

17th February 2010
What is a bunion? It is when the joint at the base of the big toe becomes enlarged. This joint is known as the metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint. when the tissue or bone at the joint of the big toe becomes misaligned, a bunion develops. If you have any o... Read >
Author: J. Pal

Do You Have Phlebitis?

18th November 2009
Phlebitis can have very serious consequences. However, there are simple diagnostic and treatment procedures available. This article explains the symptoms and treatments for this disorder. A red or pink discoloration in the skin overlying the inflamed v... Read >
Author: DaveRoberts

NSAID Painkiller Side Effects In Dogs

28th January 2009
Mans best friend - the dog. We all love our dogs and care fir them. But did you know that dogs age faster than we do and need special care as they get older. As dogs get older they come experience some of the same problems we do. But like with everythi... Read >
Author: nlwest21

How to Control Your Eczema from Home and Reduce Ezcema Flare Ups

23rd July 2007
Did you know that millions of Americans have eczema? In fact, nearly 20 million Americans, including men, women, and children have some form of eczema. Atopic dermatitis is the most common form of eczema. It mostly appears on the face, nose, elbows, upper... Read >
Author: NatalieB

Getting Ready for Surgery: Back Surgery Procedure Preparation

06th May 2007
If you are having a back surgery procedure in the near future, you'll have several things to do to prepare for the operation. This check list is intended to help you anticipate what you'll need to do to get ready for most back surgery procedures. Your sur... Read >
Author: Egalthan

How To Deal With A Whiplash Injury

08th September 2005
It happens all the time: long, tiresome travel, a moment of distraction or a sudden meeting with a road-hog - and suddenly you end up in a crash. Whiplash injury is very often, maybe 80% of the time, the result of car accidents. It's an injury caused ... Read >
Author: Mohammad Latif
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