January, 2006


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Jan 06

Dental Veneers

Dental Veneers & Porcelain Veneers


29
Jan 06

Lasik

Lasik laser eye surgery

Lasik is a form of laser eye surgery.


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Jan 06

Dry Eye

Dry Eye

Dry eye syndrome occurs when the tear glands produce fewer tears. The symptoms of dry eye range from mild irritation and a sensation of something in the eye, to severe discomfort and sensitivity to light.

Dry eye can be treated with eye drops, and there are natural treatments for dry eye available online without prescription.


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Jan 06

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry improves the appearance of your teeth and gums, and helps you to acheive the smile you would like.

Typical treatments in cosmetic dentistry include teeth whitening, and veneers. Before undergoing cosmetic dentistry treatment, you need to have healthy teeth.

The costs of cosmetic dentistry vary. For example, some cosmetic dentists are very expensive because they offer specialized treatments.

To find out which cosmetic dentist is best for you, you need to look online to find a suitable cosmetic dentists in your area…


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Jan 06

Binge Eating Disorder

Binge eating is an eating disorder characterized by eating more than needed to satisfy hunger.

Binge eating is a feature of bulimia, a disorder that also includes abnormal perception of body image, constant craving for food and binge eating, followed by self-induced vomiting or laxative use.

Binge eating can cause long term health problems, and bulimia can further complicate these problems.

The most effective treatments for bing eating disorder is counselling, since the binge eater’s relationship with food is psychological, rather than physiological.


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Jan 06

COPD Disease

COPD Disease

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a respiratory tract diseases involing obstruction or limitation of lung functioning. COPD is usually caused by tobacco smoking.

Treatment for COPD includes inhalers that dilate the airways, and COPD lung inflammation can be brought under control by steroids.


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Jan 06

Presbyopia

Presbyopia happens as you get older. Your eyes lose their focusing power over time. Someone with presbyopia would have difficulty seeing objects close-up.

Presbyopia is a natural part of the aging process and affects everyone. you normally notice presbyopia around age 45, when needing to hold reading materials further away in order to focus on them.

You can correct presbyopia can be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. In some cases, the addition of bifocals to an existing lens prescription is sufficient. Presbyopia can also be corrected with laser surgery.

You can find out more about curing your presbyopia with laser eye surgery on the internet.


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Jan 06

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity

Hyperactive behavior commonly refers to a group of characteristics related to attention deficit disorder (ADHD).

Hyperactivity can include constant activity, easy distractibility, impulsiveness, inability to concentrate, aggressiveness, and similar behaviors.

Typical symptoms of hyperactivity may include fidgeting or constant moving, wandering, excessive talking, and difficulty participating in quiet activities (such as reading).

You can learn how to control hyperactivity in yourself with specific physical activities that control hyperactive behavior.

If your child has hyperactivity, you may find remedies on ADHD useful in reducing hyperactive behavior.

A change in diet can also help attention deficit hyperactivity.


3
Jan 06

Brain Tumor

A brain tumor growth of abnormal cells, or the uncontrolled growth of cells, starting in the brain.

Brain tumors can directly destroy brain cells. They can also indirectly damage cells by producing inflammation, compressing other parts of the brain as the tumor grows, causing swelling in the brain, and increasing pressure within the skull.

The specific symptoms of brain tumors depend on the tumor’s size, location, degree of invasion, and related swelling. Headaches, seizures, weakness in one part of the body, and changes in the person’s mental functions are most common signs of a brain tumor.


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Jan 06

Birth Control Patch

Birth control patches are used during sex to avoid pregnancy. Most drug stores carry a wide selection of birth control products that can be purchased by anyone, without a doctor’s prescription.

The birth control patch works in a similar way to the birth control pill in that it releases hormones into the body that prevent the fertilization of the egg. The birth control patch is considered to be a more gentle way of administering birth control, compared to the pill.

While the birth control patch and similar methods such as the birth control pill have a high success rate, it does not provide protection against STDs.