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Management Of Pressure Sores In Hospital

28th March 2012
Copyright (c) 2012 Julie Glynn Pressure sores, also known as pressure ulcers or bedsores, occur as a direct result of unrelieved pressure and distortion to the body's tissues. This is because when tissues are subject to pressure, the blood supply b... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

4 Ways Guided Breathing Controls Blood Pressure Naturally

17th August 2011
So, how could something as simple as breathing control blood pressure? 1) One theory is that itís actually not so much about relaxation and has more to do with helping the body get salt out. When people are under stress, they tend to take shallow breaths... Read >
Author: lowbpdrugfree

Gene-Eden: Natural Antiviral Targets the Epstein-Barr, Hepatitis, and Other Common Viruses

12th April 2010
One of the most important functions of the immune system is controlling the number of chronic viruses that reside in the body. Some of viruses are the very common Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Herpes Simplex virus (HSV), Varicella Zoste... Read >
Author: y

Children with Asperger's Syndrome are Good Candidates for Hemispheric Integration Therapy

25th July 2009
Functional neurology deals with affecting neurologic pathways or areas of the brain that are under functioning (A functional disconnect syndrome with regard to an Asperger's child). This assumes that there are no structural problems in the anatomy and chi... Read >
Author: drmane

Taking A Look At The Arched Back Lumbar Stretcher Extender

24th July 2009
According to Medline Plus, back pain affects 8/10 Americans at some point during their lifetimes. The National Institute of Health reports that a number of factors can increase one's risk of developing back problems, such as being overweight or out of sha... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Melatonin Side Effects: The Good and the Bad

25th September 2008
You are right in checking out melatonin's side effects. You want to try this popular natural sleep aid or have started on it for a while that you want to know if you are experiencing some melatonin side effects.Melatonin is undoubtedly one of the most pop... Read >
Author: Isabel T.

Rheumatic Heart Disease Can be Treated

22nd August 2007
Rheumatic heart disease, also known as rheumatic fever, occurs when a strep throat infection is left untreated and subsequently migrates to the joints and heart, thus causing fever, muscle aches, and possible permanent heart valve damage. Just as "rheumat... Read >
Author: Paul Schaverien
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