Medical Articles

Pet Rat Care – Bumblefoot

What is Bumblefoot? Bumblefoot is a sore or callus that forms on the bottom or underside of the rat’s foot. These sores, if not treated immediately, can rapidly turn to ulcers that are often raw and prone to bleeding. The medical term is ulcerative pododermatitis and it is a complex condition that can be difficult…

How to Recognize Acid Reflux in Children

Acid reflux in children is a real cause for concern. It drives us frantic when our children are sick and scrunched up in pain. We suffer as much as they do… but how on Earth can we help? First of all, we have to find out what’s wrong… and recognizing acid reflux in children can…

Foods that Promote Inflammation

“The more severe the pain or illness, the more severe will be the necessary changes. These may involve breaking bad habits, or acquiring some new and better ones.” -Peter McWilliams You are not helpless in your fight against inflammation! Your diet plays a major role in activating or suppressing a protein called cytokines that causes…

Gallstones Cause Disorders Of The Reproductive System

A healthy liver is an indication of overall good health. When the liver’s ducts are obstructed by hundreds and thousands of gallstones, there is congestion in the bile ducts. Female and male reproductive systems both depend largely on the smooth functioning of the liver. Gallstones in the liver obstruct the movement of bile through the…

Ventricular Tachycardia – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Ventricular Tachycardia (VT) is a condition in which the heart rate is more than 100 per minute, and the cause of this condition originates distal to the Bundle of His, from which the normal heart rhythm originates. This condition causes symptoms like giddiness, palpitations and breathlessness, and may be associated with an increased risk of…

The Raw Milk Cure

Raw milk (from cows, goats, yaks, horses, sheep) has historically been considered a superfood. It has been used both in the daily diet (often fermented) and by special groups with extra nutritional needs, like the elderly, pregnant or nursing women, warriors, and sick people. An ancient Babylon text tells how raw milk was used to…

How Do Plants Grow – The Biology of Plant Life

Plants are amazing, especially when you wonder how do plants grow. There are over 350,000 species of plants, above ground and underwater plants. Each one has to survive some harsh conditions to grow, and you can see the tenacity of plants to grow when you see them perched on the side of canyon walls, or…

Cancer of the Uterus – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Cancer of the uterus, also called uterine cancer, is most common in the inner lining of the uterus or endometrium, and hence is also called endometrial cancer. An age over 50, white race, endometrial hyperplasia, a history of having taken hormone replacement therapy or tamoxifen, obesity, and the presence of colorectal cancer, are risk factors…

How to Get Rid of a Dog’s Cold

Even dogs are susceptible to common cold. The two most common virus groups that cause colds among dogs are parainfluenza virus and coronavirus. However, even Type 2 adenovirus can also infect dogs resulting in colds. If you notice your dog having symptoms of cold, ensure that you treat it immediately. Otherwise, the cold can escalate…

Is My Bronchitis Contagious?

If you have bronchitis, you know how horrible it can make you feel. You probably feel like the only thing you ever get done is cough, hack, and wheeze. Not to mention the phlegm! Gross, right? The biggest question on your mind is probably, “Is my bronchitis contagious?” The answer is that acute forms of…

Ingredients and Technology in Redoxy Serum

Redoxy serum is a new product from Return Legacy Malaysia. It was launched to the market of South East Asia since March, 2014. Redoxy serum can be applied from head to toe, and is suitable for men and women, old and young, and even baby and pregnant women. You might be interested on the ingredients…

Down’s Syndrome In A Nutshell

Down’s Syndrome is a type of mental retardation caused by an extra chromosome, resulting in a moderate to severe level of general retardation. Measurable intelligence quotients could range from 20 to 55. First described by J. Langdon-Down in 1866, this syndrome was initially called mongolism due to the resemblance in facial appearance to members of…