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Bacterial Vaginosis Gone In 3 Days

17th August 2009
Bacterial Vaginosis is a mild infection in the vagina caused by a type of bacteria (germ).Bacterial vaginosis is not dangerous, but it can cause disturbing symptoms; reliability of diagnosing ial vaginosis is improved by a standardized method of gram stai... Read >
Author: kensellers

What is a Cerebrovascular Accident?

22nd June 2009
A cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is the term used by medical professionals to describe what the general public would call a "stroke." As its name implies a CVA occurs when part of the brain (cerebrum) is deprived of its normal blood supply (vascular accid... Read >
Author: Vital Ethics

Does Smoking Make Diabetic Foot Problems Worse?

18th June 2009
Let me begin with a disclaimer. I believe that everyone has a right to make their own personal decisions and choices about their health and the activities that they enjoy. For example, I personally compete in Ironman triathlons. There are people who belie... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

Causes of Diabetes, Is Diabetes Genetic or Environmental

15th June 2009
If you have been paying attention to the news at all, you know that diabetes is quickly becoming one of the most common ailments in the United States and many parts of Europe. Some have even said that the prevalence is reaching epidemic proportions. Why? ... Read >
Author: John Adison

The connection between body fat distribution and health risk

04th June 2009
Medical studies have shown that 'weight management' through the reduction of excess body fat plays a fundamental role in fighting disease and maintaining superior health. The research also linked the stress of excess body fat to major physical conditions ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Timeline of Quitting Smoking

07th May 2009
When you finally quit smoking, your body almost immediately feels not only the unpleasant repercussions of smoking cessation but the positive effects as well. After just hours of quitting smoking, your body starts a process of healing that will continue f... Read >
Author: Amy S. Cheung

Payday Loans With No Teletrack No Telecheck Benefits of No Teletrack Loans

15th April 2009
For any reason you need cash urgently and your savings account is nil. Afterward you look for an expedient of funds that lend can you money in the least span of time. Other hand if you have bad credit history then it generates quite difficulty in order to... Read >
Author: Jonesh taylor

No Telecheck, No Teletrack, No Fax, No Call Loan Get Cash Advance Payday Loan Free

09th April 2009
For such needs as car break down, health check up, and many more this like. You are in need of extra cash instantly. At that point in time, the provision for extra cash is quite uphill for the individual who is leading his/her life with blemished credit r... Read >
Author: Jonesh taylor

Health Effects of Being Overweight: The Dangerous Truths

05th March 2009
Weight and health are strongly related to each other. The risk of disease goes up as weight gain pushes you out of the healthy weight range and into the overweight, obese range. Till date, obesity has been linked with more than thirty medical conditions. ... Read >
Author: Rajeevk

Tips On What to Do If Your Car Spins Or Slides

23rd February 2009
One of the most useful inventions of modern day world is the automobile. It has made our lives easier by reducing the time needed to travel from one place to another. Without these automobiles one would have to spend countless days to reach a destination ... Read >
Author: David Halbert

Learn About HIV Life Insurance

22nd January 2009
HIV Life Insurance used to be an option that just did not exist for people infected with the HIV virus. Many life insurance companies just don't have enough information to make a fair assessment of the risk for insuring people with HIV for life insurance.... Read >
Author: Hadley

Yeast Infection in Pregnant Women

20th January 2009
You may have heard about yeast infection before, but your actual knowledge about this condition may be quite limited, inaccurate, or even next to nothing. If you or someone you know is pregnant, it's more important to learn the basic facts about yeast inf... Read >
Author: seno1808

Swimming and Water Accidents Involving Children: Facts, Figures and Statistics

16th January 2009
The CDC reports that there are on average nearly 10 drowning accidents occurring every day. More than one in four fatal drowning accidents involve children ages 14 and younger. For every child who drowns, there are at least 4 others who visit the emergenc... Read >
Author: Christopher M Davis, Attorney At Law

Gum Disease and Mental Function

17th December 2008
Recent study conduction by researchers from US found out a direct link of gum disease and worsening of mental function. Extensive gum disease with inflammation to different organ systems can have harmful effects on brain function. It was found that eld... Read >
Author: abrogers

What is the relationship between High Blood Pressure and Stroke?

31st October 2008
High blood pressure (hypertension) and stroke are closely related to each other. High blood pressure can be one of the most significant factors that cause a stroke. Of all the risk factors, having high blood pressure actually increases your risk factor. B... Read >
Author: Mickey
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