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Elimination of moles?-Not difficult any more!

14th March 2012
What are moles? Moles are common among people. 'A melanocytic nevus' is a term given to skin moles, in medical world. They are not at all harmful and prove to be benign. They do not cause itching; in fact, they hardly bother. Not all moles may be prese... Read >
Author: mariocora

Seven Reasons to Get Your Masters in Healthcare Administration (MHA)

07th February 2012
Obtaining a high level degree wants a good deal of energy, especially if you do not want to discontinue your career because you occupy degree. There have been a number of those who grew to be successful inside the industry of healthcare supervision with o... Read >
Author: myuniversity

3 Reasons To Become A Licensed Practical Nurse

18th October 2011
There are a lot of different professions to pursue after high school, or to go back after an extended break from higher learning. Some of the better options to consider include the world of medicine, and one hot career path is that of the Licensed Practic... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Where Do Health Care Administrators Work

28th September 2011
If you are researching health care occupations, you may find yourself asking, "Where do health care administrators work?" The health care field is not going anywhere, as we all know, and in fact, it is one of the fastest growing professional fields in the... Read >
Author: The Sider Group

How Embedded Computers Affect Our Daily Lives

27th May 2011
When people think of computers they often think about the personal computers that they use in their day to day lives. The desktop and laptop computers that have changed the way the world communicates. While these computers are certainly important, there i... Read >
Author: moore_coleman

Qualities of a Good Dermatologist

24th May 2011
Before you go running to a dermatologist you just heard of, you must keep in mind several qualities a good dermatologist must possess. This way, you will be sure that the service you will be getting is what you deserve and what you really are paying for. ... Read >
Author: LauriHersh

Halitosis – myths and facts

04th October 2010
Having problems with bad breath? It is called halitosis (Dårlig ånde) in the medical world. It is a common experience that everybody can face anytime. Most people that experience this sometimes will not notice they have bad breath. It is very embarrassing... Read >
Author: Gancho Shefa

Buying The Right Pediatric Stethoscope

06th August 2010
It is important that in a medical setting, such as an ER, nurses and doctors have a good pediatric stethoscope. For an injured or sick child it can literally mean the difference between a good or bad outcome. A good quality pediatric stethoscope cant be s... Read >
Author: Steven Swihart

Surgical Mishaps And Its Perils

01st December 2009
The concept is often one that is ripped right out of a horror novel or late-night news special. The idea that doctors can perform surgery on the wrong side of the body is a frightening one. Most people would dismiss the idea of such a surgery mishap as be... Read >
Author: Freddy Roy

Type Of Doctors

20th October 2009
5 different types of doctors Becoming a doctor is a childhood dream for most. The actuality is, though, that becoming a doctor is no simple task. A prospective doctor must study throughout all of their early education, including high school and school. ... Read >
Author: nickolaus penrod

Metastatic Liver Cancer Prognosis - How to see when the end is near?

04th April 2008
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer, you want answers. Many can give you the information you need to either prepare for the end or to prepare for the fight of your life. However, many times this does not mean a good outcome. Many times y... Read >
Author: Cancer Stories

Dog's can detect cancer in humans!

20th August 2007
Dogs can detect cancer in humans! Yes the title says it all. Seem a little far fetched(no pun intended) for you? More and more stories of dogs sniffing out cancer in their owners are coming to light. Take for instance Steve Werner's story back in 2006. St... Read >
Author: avpsand

Medical Advertising: The Good, the Bad, and the Ineffective

06th May 2007
Creating a strong business-to-business type of advertisement for a medical product or service is a little like trying to write and design with handcuffs. The medical world is highly regulated, and ads that fail to pass muster simply cannot run. The result... Read >
Author: Jo Ann LeQuang

Hardening of the arteries : beyond blood vessels

07th March 2006
Copyright 2006 Marc Deschamps Hardening of the arteries is a gradual process occuring as people grow older. It has been known by various names : arterial stiffening, vascular stiffness, arteriosclerosis and scientists have long thought that it played a... Read >
Author: Marc Deschamps
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