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What Is Done to the Fallopian Tubes in Tubal Ligation?

16th September 2009
Tubal ligation is the most used form of permanent birth control. At least, most women think it is permanent. In this procedure, the fallopian tubes are bound up in some manner creating a tubal blockage in each tube. This prevents the sperm from reaching t... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

Striation - Stretch Mark Eraser: How to Get Rid of Stretch Marks

18th August 2009
How to Get Rid of Stretch Marks: The issue of losing cellulite is the plight of many women who have body's tissue containing fat that has the appearance of the surface of an orange. This has become a serious cosmetic problem for females all over the ... Read >
Author: Peter Mann

Beauty From the Inside With Silicea Gel

14th August 2009
Well cared for, smooth and glowing skin is essential for looking good. Among the most effective substances that give our skin natural beauty are, alongside silicea, vitamins A, C and E and the trace elements selenium and zinc. Some experiments have pro... Read >
Author: leannejames

Polyarthritis, What Are The Causes

11th August 2009
Polyarthritis is any type of arthritis that affects five or more joints. An oligoarthritis on the other hand refers to an inflammation of two, three or four joints. This condition can affect anyone regardless of age, gender or even race. This disorder is ... Read >
Author: Mercy

The Effects of Weight on Back Pain

04th August 2009
In society, we are surrounded by small, medium, and large bone structures. The structure of the muscles and bones play a part in how the body is framed as it matures. Weight factors are considered by bone structure also. For instance, a medium-bone woman ... Read >
Author: Richie Lindsay

Can Compression Garments Reduce Cellulite?

17th April 2009
Millions of women the world over complain of cellulite development and seek ways to address this. Cellulite appearance is normally confined to the buttocks and thighs. Men rarely develop cellulite; this is probably because epidermis and dermis tissues in ... Read >
Author: MarenaGroup

Cook Your Food By Boiling

12th March 2009
BOILING.--As applied to cooking, boiling means cooking foods in boiling water. Water boils when its temperature is raised by heat to what is commonly termed its boiling point. This varies with the atmospheric pressure, but at sea level, under ordinary con... Read >
Author: Jackson Sloat

How Coconut Oil Is Good For Skin

24th February 2009
The standard unguent is one that is made from an oil that not only softens the skin, but protects it against scratch, promotes curative and gives it a younger, wholesome appearance. Coconut oiled hysterics that description. Once a gratis-radical sig... Read >
Author: Jaden Santon

How To Treat A Sprained Ankle

14th July 2008
Sprained Ankle Whether you've suffered an urban injury running to catch the bus or a rural plight exploring a hiking trail, the RICE method--Rest, Ice, Compress, Elevate--will get you up and moving again. Follow these helpful steps to help heal your sp... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Beautiful Hair Comes From Within With Silica

14th November 2007
Many people are unaware that beautiful hair is due largely to their intake of silica. Silica is a form of silicon, one of the most common elements in the earth, and that is literally where it is most found: in the earth. Most forms of stones and rock cont... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Liquid Collagen and Weight Loss

15th June 2007
You may have heard of collagen. Collagen is the protein that is in connective tissues in animals, and in human beings, collagen makes up the most amounts of all proteins in our bodies, with 25% of our protein being collagen. However, you have probably hea... Read >
Author: Steven Godlewski

Silicon - Deficiency and Food Sources

07th April 2007
Silicon is an essential trace mineral required by the body for stronger bones, better glowing skin and more flexible and strong joints. It is present in the body in the form of an ether derivative of silicic acid or silanate. It is important to include si... Read >
Author: Candy

Wonders of Glucosamine Chondroitin

08th September 2006
Glucosamine Chondroitin is a mixture of glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate. These are both naturally occurring supplements. They are both found in the body as building blocks of cartilages, mucous membranes, synovial fluid, the fluid that fills joint spa... Read >
Author: Joyce Dietzel
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