Medical Articles

How to Get Rid of Thrush

There seems to be a lot of information on how to get rid of  thrush  on the internet, and this topic seems to be quite a hot topic of conversation for many women, especially those who have been experiencing vaginal  thrush  symptoms for what can add up to be many months of their lives.  Thrush …

Hepatitis C Symptoms And Signs

Hepatitis C symptoms appear in approximately 1 of every 5 individuals who have been infected with the hepatitis C virus. That means 80 percent of those who have hepatitis C are probably unaware of it. When hepatitis C symptoms do appear, they range in severity. They may be mild and barely noticeable, or they may…

Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment for Cirrhosis of Liver

Cirrhosis of the liver is a chronic and progressive condition in which the liver gets damaged and healthy liver tissue is replaced with scar tissue, ultimately causing dysfunction of the liver. Liver damage obstructs the circulation to the liver and also hinders the processing of nutrients, hormones, drugs, toxins as well as the production of…

Top 6 Calculator Apps For Android

The Samsung Galaxy S, Droid X, MyTouch 3G Slide, Evo 4, the list goes on and on. Many of the hottest smartphones on the market today run on Google’s Android OS. With each new device released for Android, the buzz about the system grows. A quick search of “calculator” on the Android Market returned about…

Why Man’s Vomit Has Confused The World

The Spirit packs no punches when it comes to showing the way man is destroying this beautiful planet and how and why he denies the power that created it. He has created a great cloud of impenetrable darkness around it that was shown to me in a vision. Nothing can cut through it except the…

Food Safety & Food Poisoning

We’ve probably all had foodborne illness, but unless we had a reaction within several hours of eating something, we probably didn’t recognize it as being food poisoning. Foodborne illness (many times referred to as food poisoning) is commonly difficult to identify. There is usually no immediate identifiable cause and symptoms typically mimic other illnesses. Many…

Ulcers – Open Sores Not Heartburn

Ulcers are open sores that can occur inside the body or on its outer surface. The latter are often referred to as pressure ulcers or bedsores, and they occur most often in people who are confined to bed or a wheelchair. The term is commonly used to refer to a peptic ulcer, which is an…

Acid Reflux in Newborns

It’s quite hard for a mother to notice symptoms of acidity in a newborn, though the major symptom in newborns is normally “spitting up” a condition in which the food contents and acid from the stomach travel back to the throat from the stomach. This problem can induce coughing and sneezing in the newborn baby.…

Atrial Fibrillation – Causes And Treatments

Atrial fibrillation refers to an irregular (almost fluttering) heart rate (afib). The heart normally functions through the sending of multiple electrical impulses: the atria and the ventricles send and receive impulses. In a heart that is beating irregularly, though, the chambers of the heart simultaneously, resulting in a chaotic and unusual carrying out of the…

Causes of Water Retention in the Body

If you believe you are suffering from water retention (also known as fluid retention, or sometimes oedema or edema), you probably have a swollen tummy, or puffy hands, feet or face. Water retention causes swellings in any part of the body. The excess water leaks out of your tiniest blood vessels and gathers in the…

The Best Protein Powder

What is the best protein powder to buy? I get this question all the time, and really, there is no best protein – many are very good for different reasons! In my opinion, it is futile and possibly detrimental to stick to only one brand for the following reasons: a) I always recommend that you…

What Are Panic Disorders?

Panic disorder is characterized by the occurrence of anxiety attacks or acute anxiety. By definition, to talk about panic disorder, the patient should have at least four panic attacks in four weeks (or at least if it is followed by the persistent fear of having another attack). These panic attacks are unpredictable and not triggered…