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Mold Remediation and Health

19th February 2013
If it seems that you continuously appear to be sick or that you discover you have shortness of breath while in your own home, it may be wise to have the house examined for mold. Inhaling mold spores can cause sneezing, runny nose, and a scratchy throat. ... Read >
Author: Mark D

Allergy Caused by Perfumes

21st September 2011
Have you ever felt a prickling sensation on your skin after applying perfume on it? Cheap and low quality perfumes can cause serious problems especially when you have a sensitive skin and can lead to unwanted body reactions. Such kind of unwanted reaction... Read >
Author: Alex

Inflamed Skin Due to Sun Poisoning

11th April 2011
A sun poisoning rash is most commonly the result of an allergic reaction someone has to the sun. Those who are most likely to get skin poisoning include people who are fair skinned, simply because they do not have enough pigmentation in their skin to prot... Read >
Author: Dianne Cohen

What's the Ideal Deodorant for Excessive Sweating? Begin with These 4...

04th February 2011
1 of the key ingredients in a true antiperspirant deodorant is aluminum chloride. This means that the most effective deodorant for excessive sweating is likely to contain this compound. Some of the greatest deodorants are also odorless so you don't requir... Read >
Author: Kenny Solista

True about acne laser treatment

18th January 2011
A lot of people who are impacted by acne are going for acne laser treatment as an option to beat face or body acne.Terribly severe acne does not always respond to treatment. Drug treatments just like antibiotics can't safely be taken for long time and acn... Read >
Author: Mares

How To Treat and Prevent Chicken Allergies

23rd June 2010
Allergies to meat such as chicken meat are very common nowadays. There are so many people suffering from allergies coming from chicken meat. Chicken allergy is the adverse reaction of the body's immune system to chickens. The common symptoms of chicken a... Read >
Author: Heather Eaton

How to Make Your Ex Crawl Back to You - Make Your Ex Chase You Around Like Crazy

23rd April 2010
If you have broken up with your ex, then what better way to get back with him or her than to observe him or her crawling back to you? Well, here are 3 tips that require you to put them in action and then patiently wait for your ex to crawl back into your ... Read >
Author: Rahul Talwar

Side Effects of Cephalexin 500

04th February 2010
Side effects that may occur while taking Cephalexin 500 mg include vertigo, fatigue, headache, mild diarrhea, or stomach disturbances. If they persist or are worrisome, check with your physician. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience vaginal i... Read >
Author: Donald Morse

CoSHH Management - How to Store Chemicals

16th December 2009
It is crucial that chemical products are stored in compliance with CoSHH regulations as this article emphasizes. It looks at how workers health can be affected by inefficient procedures when using chemical products. There are certain simple procedures ... Read >
Author: Dale Allen

Why Allergies and Frequent Urination Happens

03rd September 2009
If you have a urinary tract infection, you may find yourself dealing with frequent urination. This is true for both men and women alike and other causes include prostate problems (for men), diabetes and other health conditions. But what a lot of people do... Read >
Author: Bobby Ivie

Candida and pH Levels - The Connection

03rd August 2009
Potential hydrogen or pH level tells us the acidity or alkalinity level of any substance. People who are acidic or even slightly acidic have a problem and will be more prone to Candida growth. The more the pH level, the more alkaline our body is and that ... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Is Grapefruit Bad for Gout or Can I Eat It?

01st December 2008
After you have been diagnosed with gout your life is going to go under some serious changes. You will be put on a strict diet that you absolutely must adhere to. The only odd thing about the diet is it is not quite as clear as you might want it to be. ... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

A guide for Lactose Intolerence and lactose intolerent symptoms.

13th April 2006
Lactose Intolerence is a condition a person has when their body cannot correctly process lactose. Lactose is a milk sugar that is often found in foods made from milk products, such as yoghurt, ice cream and other dairy foods. When a lactose intolerent p... Read >
Author: Haldeman

What Your Vet May Not Tell You About Rimadyl

19th January 2006
Copyright 2006 William SmithThousands of dogs are being prescribed Rimadyl by their veterinarians to treat pain, inflammation, and canine arthritis. Many of these prescriptions are written without any blood work done to ensure the dog can tolerate the dru... Read >
Author: Author Unknown
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