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18
Dec 05

Hives

Hives Treatment

Hives are raised, red, itchy welts. The majority of hives develop as a result of allergic reactions. Occasionally, they may be associated with autoimmune diseases, infections (parasitosis), or other causes.

Treatment for hives may not be needed if the hives are mild. They may disappear on their own. To reduce itching and swelling, non-prescription hive treatments can be purchased online to reduce the effects of hives.


18
Dec 05

Itching Skin

Itching Skin

Itching skin is a peculiar tingling or uneasy irritation of the skin that causes a desire to scratch the affected area.

Itching skin can be caused by a variety of factors, such as insect or bug bites, or even parasites. Fortunately, there are a number of treatments available to relieve and cure itching skin.


18
Dec 05

Chest Pain

Chest Pain

Costochondritis is an inflammation of a rib or the cartilage connecting a rib. This is a common cause of chest-wall pain. Inflammation or injury involving the chest muscles is another common cause of chest-wall pain.

If your chest pain is due to the chest feeling tender or painful when you press a finger at the location of the pain. This can often be treated at home with painkillers that can ease your chest pain.


29
Nov 05

Copper

Copper

Copper is a reddish-coloured metal, with a high electrical and thermal conductivity. Copper has its characteristic color because it reflects red and orange light and absorbs other frequencies in the visible spectrum, due to its band structure.


14
Nov 05

Downloading PSP Games

Download PSP Games

The PlayStation Portable (PSP) is a handheld game console and a product of Sony Computer Entertainment.

There are a number of PSP games that can be purchased legitimately or downloaded for free on the internet. Many providers provide psp game downloads, and allow you to download psp games when you buy their PSP game download software.


14
Nov 05

Flu Vaccine

Flu Vaccine

The flu is a contagious infection of the nose, throat, and lungs caused by the influenza virus.

A yearly flu vaccine is recommended for those people in high-risk categories. The flu vaccine is also recommended for anyone at high risk. A flu shot can help lower one’s chances of getting the flu.

The FluMist nasal spray is an alternative to flu vaccine shots. Unlike the regular vaccine, it is a live virus. Therefore, it is best if the person receiving this type of flu vaccine does not have close contact with people with a weakened immune system.


12
Nov 05

Hepatitis

Hepatitis

Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver. The symptoms of hepatitis include:

* Dark urine and pale or clay colored stools
* Loss of appetite and fatigue or nausea and vomiting
* Abdominal pain or distention
* Jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes)
* Low grade fever or weight loss

Your doctor will discuss possible treatments with you, depending on the cause of your liver disease. Your doctor may recommend a high-calorie diet if you are losing weight.


11
Nov 05

Vegan

Vegan

Veganism is a lifestyle characterized by abstaining from the use or ingestion of animal products, and by avoiding the use of products that have been tested on animals.

An animal product in this context refers not only to meat but to any substance derived from an animal, such as gelatin, eggs, honey, milk, other dairy products such as cheese, butter, whey, and cream, and ingredients such as casein and lactose.


28
Oct 05

Soy Candle

Soy Candle Business

A soy candle is a light source consisting of an internal wick made of hemp which rises through the center of a column of soy wax.

Soy candles are superior to wax or parrafin candles because they do not emit soot or smoke. Soy candles are also environmentally friendly – their natural hemp wicks contain no lead.

Fragranced candles made of soy provide stronger fragrances than other candles.

Soy Candles are becoming very popular because all the materials are natural and biodegradable. They emit less toxins than parrafin and wax candles.


28
Oct 05

Chiropractic

chiropractic

Chiropractic, also known as chiropractic care, is a health care discipline that claims to prevent and treat health problems by using spinal adjustments in order to correct spinal dysfunction, or subluxations. Chiropractic asserts that the brain and nervous system control and coordinate all the body’s functions in part through nerve branches that exit from the spinal cord between the vertebrae. Some Chiropractors infer a causal relationship between nerve interference or compression at the spine and subsequent problems in more distant parts or organ systems regulated by the nerve.

Practitioners of chiropractic are called chiropractors or chiropractic physicians. In the United States they receive the degree Doctor of Chiropractic, (D.C.) and commonly refer to themselves as doctor. Chiropractors are licensed in all jurisdictions of the United States of America, in addition to many other countries throughout the world.