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Diabetes Natural Treatment and Swami Ramdev Herbal Products

19th July 2010
Diabetes is a complex metabolic disorder characterized by the presence of high blood sugar levels. Diabetes occurs both in adults and children and can result in multiple organ failure, if left untreated. On an average, 5% of world population is suffering ... Read >
Author: harry

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Clinic,Prevent Miscarriage

24th June 2010
A miscarriage is the spontaneous abortion of an embryo or fetus before it's developed enough to survive. This can happen even before a woman is aware that she is pregnant.A miscarriage usually occurs in the first 3 months of pregnancy, before 12 weeks' ge... Read >
Author: Deccan

*MUST KNOW* Effects of Drinking Alcohol + Secret Way to Reverse Damage

14th May 2010
We all love to drink and party, some of us go nuts while some us may only have a few drinks here and there. But most of are intelligent enough to know that there will be some pretty serious consequences from drinking too much. Here I am going to share wit... Read >
Author: Adam

Secret Tips to Reverse the Effects of Alcohol on the Liver

04th May 2010
In this article I am going to discuss the effects of alcohol on the liver and give you some tips to help repair any damage you may have done as a result of drinking. Although alcohol has an effect on the entire body it will have the most substantial ... Read >
Author: Adam

Yeast Infection on the Skin Intertrigo

01st March 2010
You may not know it until you have it, or itch it, for that matter, as most people who have intertrigo of couse won't tell anyone that they have this yeast infection. Intertrigo, a common skin concern, likes to flare up during warm humid season. Intertrig... Read >
Author: hanswarduh

Reasons of Job Stress

05th October 2009
ob stress is one of the major problems that the corporate world is facing today. Job stress is a chronic disease caused by conditions in the workplace that negatively affect an individual's performance and overall well-being of his body and mind. One or m... Read >
Author: Plastopedia

Ovarian Cysts: Symptoms and Diagnosis

07th April 2009
Ovarian cyst is a common gynecological problem that can affect any woman at any stage of life. This chronic disease is difficult to diagnose at times, as the symptoms are not always apparent. However, it is essential to understand ovarian cysts diagnosis ... Read >
Author: melibra23

How Your Kidney Can Get Infected

01st September 2008
Kidney infection (pyelonephritis) is a point lettering of urinary swathe infection (UTI) that commonly begins in your urethra or bladder and travels up into your kidneys. If not treated properly, kidney infection can permanently hurt your kidneys or cover... Read >
Author: Jeremy Seaver

Information on Lupus

29th July 2008
First off, lupus is not rare. But we definitely need a spokesperson. We need someone famous to take on lupus as their cause. The problem with lupus is, people can't tell how sick you really are. That's one of the reasons lupus doesn't get the respect it d... Read >
Author: Rick Hutch

Questionnaire on Glyconutrition to Take to Your Doctor:

06th October 2006
Questionnaire to Take to Your Doctor: Questions to Ask Your Doctor about Chronic & Autoimmune Diseases by Dr. Robert Gamble Cardio-Vascular and Thoracic Surgeon (retired) Medical Researcher 1. Is my disease condition a "chronic" disease? Answer: If... Read >
Author: Dr Robert Gamble

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Specialty Sleep

24th May 2006
Among the many chronic joint diseases is rheumatoid arthritis, which manifests itself in painful inflammation of the joint lining. It can lead to long term damage, loss of joint function and permanent disability. Rheumatoid arthritis is characterized by t... Read >
Author: Blair Stephens

All the Health Risks of Processed Foods -- In Just a Few Quick, Convenient Bites

28th October 2005
Every day, 7 percent of the U.S. population visits a McDonald's, and 20-25 percent eat fast food of some kind, says Steven Gortmaker, professor of society, human development, and health at the Harvard School of Public Health. As for children, 30 percent b... Read >
Author: Brian Vaszily
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