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Pterostilbene may force away asthma: Mobile study

10th October 2011
Pterostilbene, a compound associated with blueberries, may deal with the factor of green pollutants preventing the development of asthma, a investigation suggests for the 1st time. A study with people cells this line a airways indicated if you have a c... Read >
Author: janett37

Leading ten Signs or symptoms of Helicobacter Pylori

22nd February 2011
Helicobacter pylori is a spiral shaped bacterium that lives in the stomach and small intestine of humans and some animals. It can lead to a vast array of signs and symptoms the two in the digestive system and in other parts of the system.Drs Robin Warren ... Read >
Author: joanne

Scar Therapy Options for Acne Scars

09th July 2010
Scars aren't an easy cross to bear for anyone, but in this unjust society that we live in not only are they not seen as acceptable, they're actually considered a mark of imperfection. If you don't agree with me then just take a minute to look at the fashi... Read >
Author: kathyroberts

Arthrocentesis -What is it and How can it Help?

21st June 2010
One diagnostic tool in the physician's arsenal of tools is an arthrocentesis. An arthrocentesis, or more commonly called joint aspiration, should be performed in the doctor's office and under sterile conditions. The area is prepared with antibacterial soa... Read >
Author: Edward Gooden

The 3 Critical Components of the Abdominal Exam

21st May 2010
Let's face it; most clinically important infections occur in the lungs or urine. 9 out of 10 infections are from wind or water. We have to be concerned with the abdomen and the cerebral spinal fluid as that 1 out of 10 cause for infection. Let's talk abou... Read >
Author: Carl Davidson

Immune System Body Defense Mechanisms

07th April 2010
The Immune System is a system of institutions responsible for defending the body. The immune system consists of many different organs and tissues. The most important of these is the bone marrow, and thymus gland. These are created and developed specific c... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Chemical Peels for Medical Aesthetics

19th March 2010
ALPHA-HYDROXY ACID PEELS One main advantage of using these peels for medical aesthetics is the safety level assured for everyone. Though lactic and glycolic acid peels are the alpha hydroxy kind, their individual reaction on the skin varies. Glycolic aci... Read >
Author: Frank James

Using Platelet Gels In Plastic Surgery

08th January 2010
Not everyone looks forward to any surgical procedure. In fact, even the most enthusiastic person about getting the best results from any procedure certainly feels uneasy and is concerned about the whole thing. What if the scars won't fade? What if I d... Read >
Author: Gerry Lamb

Stop Your Body Aches!

13th October 2009
You attended your first step over, moved the entire contents of your house in 24 hours or run a marathon? You are certainly very proud of you ... and stiff! To fight against these muscle pain caused by exercise, learn a few simple actions. The achiness i... Read >
Author: Nouman Umar

Anti-inflammatory Herbs Like Curamin Can Naturally Fight Pain

09th April 2009
Anti-inflammatory herbs reduce inflammations by acting on the body mechanics. These Anti-inflammatory herbs are usually applied externally to the affected area or taken internally. They are safe and effective method for treatment of itching, redness, swel... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Headaches - Prolonged Migraines

24th July 2007
The term 'prolonged' can refer to a long-lasting headache episode or a prolonged period of time over which many headaches occur. Headaches alone can be quite painful but for those who experience prolonged headaches the pain can be even more distressing an... Read >
Author: Alien

How to Get Rid of Women's Hair Bumps, Chin Bumps, Bikini Bumps, & Female Ingrown Hairs

23rd July 2007
Men are not the only people who get hair bumps. Women often get hair bumps after shaving their legs, bikini lines, and underarms. Hair bumps or bikini bumps can also appear from waxing. Hair bumps, pseudofolliculitis barbae, appear as tender, red, raised ... Read >
Author: NatalieB

Tips of Treating Blemishes that Work

05th July 2007
Acne vulgaris develops when the pores, or pilosebaceous structures of the skin, become clogged with sebum or bacteria. Typically, one's body drains this sebum or bacteria naturally; however, for unknown reasons, some individuals are unable to expel their ... Read >
Author: Thorn Malcolm
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