December, 2005


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Dec 05

Bulimia

Bulimia Bulimic

Bulimia is an illness defined by food binges, or recurrent episodes of significant overeating, that are accompanied by a sense of loss of control. The affected person then uses various methods — such as vomiting or laxative abuse — to prevent gaining.

Bulimia treatment focuses on breaking the binge-purge cycles, and can include bulimia behavior modification techniques as well as individual, group, or family bulimia counseling.


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Dec 05

Facial Paralysis

Facial Paralysis

Bell’s palsy is a type of facial paralysis, involving sudden facial drooping and decreased ability to move the face. Facial paralysis is the total loss of voluntary muscle movement of one side of the face.

Seventy-five per cent of cases of facial paralysis in adults are caused by an inflammation of the facial nerve called Bell’s palsy. Facial paralysis can be resolved with surgery or non-invasive facial paralysis treatments.


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Dec 05

Kill Bed Bugs

Kill Bed Bugs

Bedbugs (or bed bugs) are small nocturnal insects that live by feeding on the blood of humans. Bed bugs are a pest and should be controlled before you are over-run with bed bug infestation.

You can kill bed bugs within a few days buy hiring a pest control professional, or purchasing remedies such as a bed bug insecticide that gets rid of bed bugs.


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Dec 05

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Squamous Skin Cancer, squamous cancer

Squamous cell cancer is a form of cancer that affects the middle layer of the skin.

Any change in an existing wart, mole or other skin lesion, or the development of a new growth that ulcerates and does not heal well, could indicate aquamous cell carcinoma.

Squamous cell carcinoma has a high cure rate if it is treated early, but neglect can allow the squamous cancer to spread, causing disability or death.


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Dec 05

Basal Cell Carcinoma

Skin Cancer

Basal cell carcinoma is a slow-growing skin tumor involving cancerous changes in basal skin cells.

It is the most common form of skin cancer in the US, and accounts for about 75% of all skin cancers.

As with all skin cancers, it is curable. There are a number of skin cancer remedies available that will remove it. Further information skin cancer cures are available online.


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Dec 05

Barrett’s Esophagus

acid reflux

Barrett’s esophagus is a disorder in which the lining of the esophagus (the tube that carries food from the throat to the stomach) is damaged because of stomach acid that leaks back into and irritates the esophagus.

This leakage of acid is commonly known as acid reflux.

Treatments includes measures to control acid reflux, which are easy to obtain online. These treatments will reduce the pain of acid reflux.


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Dec 05

Angioplasty

Cholesterol, Angioplasty

Angioplasty is a medical procedure to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels of the heart. An angio plasty is necessary to reduce the accumulation of fat and cholesterol inside the arteries.

An angioplasty may be performed to treat persistent chest pain (angina) and excessive cholesterol in the arteries, but can be avoided by simply reducing cholesterol.

You can find out more about angioplasty surgery and how to reduce cholesterol on the internet.


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Dec 05

Diaper Rash

Baby diaper rash, Diaper Rash Ointment

Diaper rash (rash in the diaper area) is a skin irritation caused by prolonged dampness and the interaction of urine and feces with the skin.

To treat your baby’s diaper rash, you need to keep the skin dry as much as possible.

Ointments or creams may help reduce friction and protect the baby’s skin from the irritation of diaper rash.


29
Dec 05

Heat Rash

Heat Rash

Heat rash (caused by the blockage of the pores that lead to the sweat glands) is most common in very young children but can occur at any age.

Heat rash occurs sweat glands are blocked, causing little red bumps, or occasionally small blisters in young infants

Heat rash is easy to remedy. There are a number of cures available online that eliminate heat rash.


29
Dec 05

Baby Food

Baby Food, baby food couponm, organic baby food

Baby food is any food that is made specifically for infants, roughly between the ages of six months to two years.

Note that many commercial baby foods, particularly meats, are largely filler material like cornstarch, which health concious parents may not choose for their baby’s food.

You may wish to introduce only organic baby food to your baby, as their delicate digestive systems may be unable to cope with the additives in commercial baby foods.