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Can Laser Cryptolysis Resolve Your current Undesirable Breath Situation?

18th March 2010
Laser cryptolysis has acquired the attention of the public of late as a easy, yet effective therapy for halitosis. Halitosis can be a indication to many diseases both localized, in the oral cavity, and systemic. So, who can benefit from cryptolysis ?Halit... Read >
Author: Wesley Ingram

Ascites- What Is Ascites and How It treated

02nd February 2010
Ascites is the abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, around the intestines and other abdominal organs, contains varying quantities of cells, bacteria, proteins and other substances. What is it? The vast majority of cases of ascites seen in ... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Removing Spider Veins On The Nose

23rd October 2009
Spider veins are small blood vessels in which the vessels walls have thinned and become weak. They are essentially a type of varicose veins and most often appear on the legs but are not uncommon on the nose or face of both men and women. There appear t... Read >
Author: articlemarketing01@gmail.com

What to Expect from the Final Stages of Cirrhosis of the Liver

07th October 2009
A person who is in the final stages of cirrhosis of the liver will go through many complex bodily changes. Here are some of the changes that may be encountered: - Acites is the build up of fluid in the abdominal area. The liver usually makes a protein ... Read >
Author: JJ Smith

Fingernails and Fungal Disease

01st October 2009
Our fingernails grow at around .1 of a millimetre every day they will stop growing if you become seriously unwell. Following your recovery your nails will again begin to grow but typically will leave the horizontal ridge. If you measure the distance from ... Read >
Author: Jimmy Tresser

Agoraphobia - Recovery Techniques Which Are Often Used

16th September 2009
Agoraphobia can be treated. If one of the recovery techniques doesn't work, don't be afraid to try something else that can produce better results. Herbal remedies are able to calm anxieties associated with agoraphobia. In fact, two herbs namely Kava Kava ... Read >
Author: Arman Hansen

Green Tea Fat Burner - Does it Work?

25th March 2009
There are millions of people worldwide looking to lose weight quickly and easily. Green tea fat burner has come up recently as an easy weight loss mechanism. But does it really work? That is the question we will answer here.The common health benefits of g... Read >
Author: Frank Langella

Frequent Urination In Dogs May Be A Sign Of Disease

09th January 2009
Has this ever happened to you? You just let your dog out, and here he is, asking to go out again. Frequent urination in dogs can be a real nuisance, especially when the first thing he does when he comes back in is to head for the water bowl. No wonder the... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

The Benefits and Risks of Drinking Alcohol for Your Kidney

17th December 2008
Drinking in excess of alcohol-even for an absolutely healthy one-could lead to heart disease, liver disease, high blood pressure and kidney disease, as well as numerous other medical problems.For one who with healthy kidneys, doctors, scientists and conte... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

How Lipovite Injections Are Beneficial For Your Body

04th December 2008
When you decide to enroll in a weight loss program at a medical clinic that offers weight loss as one of its services, look for one that offers lipovite injections as part of this program. These injections contain a combination co-enzymes that affect how ... Read >
Author: Sarah Martin

Inositol Hexaphosphate (IP6), a Natural and Powerful Anti-Cancer Agent

24th November 2008
IP6, also known as inositol hexaphosphate or phytic acid, is a sugar molecule with six phosphate groups attached. IP6 is naturally present in some whole grains and is sometimes referred to as rice bran extract. It has recently gained popularity as a cance... Read >
Author: MaxHealth

Bacterial colitis is the most common cause of colitis

05th November 2008
Pseudomembranous colitis is a form of inflammatory colitis characterized by the pathologic presence of pseudomembranes consisting of mucin, fibrin, necrotic cells, and polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Bacterial colitis is the most common cause of colitis, pa... Read >
Author: colitismnix231

Stop Binge Drinking: How You Can Overcome Alcohol Abuse

17th August 2008
When it is time to stop binge drinking, it's time to deal with the physical and emotional issues that lead to the alcohol abuse. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports that binge drinking is not just a college student problem. Over... Read >
Author: Mark C Roberts

How Alcoholism In Argentina Affects The Population

21st May 2008
Alcoholism en Argentina is not very different from alcoholism elsewhere, when a human being consumes abnormal quantities of alcohol on daily basis he becomes an addict. Offcourse for the symptoms of alcoholism to set in the person has to be an addict, mea... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

Home Remedies for Water Retention

01st May 2008
A tendency toward water retention indicates a weakness in the adrenals/kidneys, the circulatory system or possibly the heart. Fluid retention or bloat that seems to be a menopausal and premenstrual problem is easily remedied, says Susun Weed. She notes "I... Read >
Author: Corwin Brown
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