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How to treat Your Babys Eczema? How to treat Your Babys Eczema: All-Natural Remedies Better Th

18th April 2007
If you are looking for a way to treat your baby's eczema, then this article is a must read for you. My baby used to have year-round Eczema on his face, hands, and feet. Trust me, there is nothing worst than your child having dry and itchy skin. So I decid... Read >
Author: Geraldine Prickett

Ringworm and its ways of treatment

20th March 2007
Even though it is an infection that affects animals like cats and dogs, ringworm is a problem that might affect humans too. Statistics tell us that 1 out of 5 people are developing ringworms. Even so there is no need to worry because many kinds of treatme... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

Dry Skin Could Be a Symptom of Kidney Disease

12th October 2006
The kidneys are responsible for a number of vital functions. Although acute or severe disease of the kidneys produces symptoms that you would probably not ignore, chronic degeneration may result in symptoms that are too mild or too general to warrant a tr... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Indoor Tanning Benefits

01st September 2006
Too often we hear all the negative thing about tanning beds but what about the indoor tanning benefits? Great news! Read on to find about some of the benefits you can enjoy. Most of the studies we hear about are all negative telling us how bad tanning is ... Read >
Author: Claris Lindig

Dehydration May Be a Major Cause of Eczema

22nd July 2006
Dehydration is far more common and detrimental than most people think. Although many have heard of the extremes the conditions that result in hospital visits dehydration occurs on a gradient scale, and any departure from the ideal affects your general... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Mercury Toxicity Can Cause Eczema

28th June 2006
It has long been known that mercury in high concentration is toxic to humans, but until 50 years ago, it was not really too much of a problem for most of us. However, the prevalence of mercury in our food and environment has now reached global proportions... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Vitamin D - The Vitamin for Hair Loss

25th June 2006
It seems that the vitamin for hair loss is vitamin D. Research on mice shows that vitamin D, namely 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D regulates the expression of genes of the skin. When scientists knocked out those genes, the mice displayed vitamin D deficient symp... Read >
Author: Alastair Hall

Alleviating Dry Skin Caused by Chlorine Help for Swimmers

12th May 2006
Summertime is just around the corner. Serious swimmers are already hard at work training for the next summer Olympics and many Americans are thinking about swimming for fun. But every stroke they take in chlorinated water, and even the after-swim showers ... Read >
Author: No Last Name

Elidel and Protopic? Natural Alternatives to Treat Eczema

09th November 2005
As I was couch bound one evening, a 'cute' commerical for an eczema drug appeared. It stated that it treated eczema and that there was no cure for eczema. Needless to say, as a naturopathic medical student, I was furious. There is a cure for eczema. It is... Read >
Author: Benjamin Lynch
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