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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

Oral Cheliation and Its Harmful Effects

22nd September 2008
Oral chelating treatment has extended winning track records. It is being not compulsory by doctors for years not without reason. There is some compensation associated with the oral eating of chelation products. Full orally these crop have been prove succe... Read >
Author: Alien

Natural Vasolidators and High Blood Pressure (HBP), Hypertension

15th September 2008
Now what a vasolidator does it increase the flow of blood to the tissue or even within the vein. The blood flow is increased to the various organs as well. Vasolidators are used as the treatment for many problems and ailments. In low blood pressure or in ... Read >
Author: Samuel

High Blood Pressure is Curable!

09th September 2008
Lower Your High Blood Pressure Fast - No Meds? Here's an inexpensive $49 program that combines HANDGRIP ISOMETRICS and PACED NATURAL BREATHING exercises for fastest results. There is now a preponderance of evidence that Isometric Handgrip Exercise and Pac... Read >
Author: bpdown

Gliomatosis cerebri

09th September 2008
Gliomatosis cerebri(GC) is a highly aggressive, rare form of neuroepithelial tumor. It most commonly presents as a diffusely infiltrating glial tumor of the cerebral cortex. It is commonly characterized by diffuse infiltration of the brain with neoplastic... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Get Rid of Hemorrhoids: Hemorrhoid relief with Natural Remedies

02nd September 2008
If you want to get rid of hemorrhoids you need to know what causes them and what natural remedies to use. Hemorrhoids are caused by constipation and the remedy you need for hemorrhoids is more than one remedy. If you have hemorrhoids, then you need to ... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Bruise - Causes, Symptoms, Treatment

21st July 2008
A bruise, also called a contusion or ecchymosis, is an injury to biological tissue in which the capillaries are damaged, allowing blood to seep into the surrounding tissue. It is usually caused by blunt impact. Bruises often induce pain but are not normal... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Dealing with Spotting During the Early Weeks of Pregnancy

15th July 2008
There are many issues that you will confront during the early weeks of your pregnancy. Your body (obviously) will be undergoing many different changes. Moreover, what can happen during the early weeks of a pregnancy can be different from one pregnancy to ... Read >
Author: Remy

Water On The Knee, What Does That Mean?

14th July 2008
The term "water on the knee" is a general phrase that describes what happens when fluid or water collects in or around your knee joint. This swelling may also be called edema. There are different reasons why people may have "water on the knee", for exampl... Read >
Author: support.drbrace@gmail.com

How to Treat Bruises

17th June 2008
Healthy people may develop bruises from any injury that doesn't break through the skin. Vigorous exercise may also cause bruises due to bringing about small tears in blood vessels walls. In a condition known as purpura simplex, there is a tendency to brui... Read >
Author: James Sameul

Complete Information on Erythromelalgia with Treatment and Prevention

04th June 2008
Erythromelalgia, also known under the name of disease of the mitchell, neuralgia red, or erythermalgia, is a rare disorder in which blood vessels, usually in the lower ends, are episodically blocked and inflamed. Erythromelalgia can happen like primary or... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Lichen Sclerosus Dermatological Disease

29th May 2008
This is one of the most common diseases dermatologists and gynaecologists treat at the specialised vulval diseases clinics.'Sclerosus' means deep thickening within the skin. `Et atrophicus' means that there can also be thinning of the skin, or atrophy. Th... Read >
Author: skinxpert

Cardiac Per fusionist Job Description

22nd May 2008
During the period of heart surgery, the cardiac per fusionists operate the patient's lungs and hearts by setting up the operation of lung-heart machines. What does the word perfusion means? It is the process of pumping the liquid into a tissue or organ, v... Read >
Author: Peter Salazar

Varicose Veins Vitamins for Varicose Veins

11th March 2008
Varicose veins are enlarged veins (blood vessels) close to the skin's surface. Any vein may become varicose, but the veins most commonly affected are those in the legs and feet, mainly due to standing and walking, which increases the pressure in the veins... Read >
Author: Peter sams

Headaches and Iron Deficiency

25th July 2007
Headaches are a common symptom of iron deficiency. In cases where iron deficiency is prolonged headaches may even become chronic. Iron deficiency can also lead to anaemia, which is defined as a decreased number of red blood cells. It occurs when the quant... Read >
Author: Alien
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