Medical Articles

Larry King’s Heart Attack Saved His Life

For ten years, I told Larry King that he was a walking time bomb and should change his lifestyle before it was too late. At that time he was a radio broadcaster who smoked to stay alert while he worked day and night, and of course he ate a tremendous amounts of junk food. His…

Heart Disease – Signs of a Heart Attack

The signs of a heart attack vary from person to person, and the symptoms can be mistaken for something else. More often than not, the signs of an oncoming heart attack will only be noticed once you have one and look back at them. A clot getting stuck in a narrowed artery and stopping the…

Cause of Excessive Sweating: Any Sickness of the Body

Excessive sweating or in medical terms, Hyperhidrosis is a disorder of the sweat glands producing sweats in excess amounts and faster rate. Unlike normal sweating, it is suffered by people even in the absence of too much heat or exhaustion. This condition can be blamed to the over activity of the Sympathetic nervous system. It…

Healing Prayers to Rout Uterine Fibroids

1. I curse you fibroid tumors by fire of the Holy Spirit and decree that you dry up from your roots, in Jesus Name. (Place your right hand on your abdomen, touching the growth and repeating this prayer 7x) 2. By Holy Ghost fire, I cut off any other tumor or growth in my uterus,…

Windscreen Wiper Water May Cause Pneumonia and Here’s How to Prevent It

Legionnaires’ disease, a rare disease, is a severe bacterial infection affecting respiratory tract (pneumonia). The organism involved in this condition is Legionella pneumophila that usually founds in mist from hot tubs, air-conditioning units and showers. Transmission occurs by breathing in mist from water that contains these bacteria. General symptoms include fever, cough, chills, muscle pain…

Lower Back Pain When Sneezing

If you feel sudden lower back pain when you sneeze, you may find that you have sneezed so hard that you have actually strained or pulled a muscle. Some people go all out when they sneeze, and belt out huge sneezes that seem to rock the whole body. Often this is accompanied by a jolt…

Don’t Ignore That "Not Quite Right" Feeling!

Okay…its 2 a.m. and you wake up with some weird feeling in your chest…or is it in your stomach. Don’t ignore it. Is it reflux or heartburn…maybe…but it could be something much more serious. It could be a heart attack. Just because the discomfort is not the classic “squeezing, crushing” type pain often described or…

Bronchitis – Easing the Symptoms With Home Remedies

There are two types of bronchitis – acute [short duration and serious] and chronic [of long duration and very serious] – both of them have inflamed mucous membrane linings of the bronchial tubes in the lungs which cause large quantities of mucus to be secreted [we expel it as phlegm – a sticky, semi-fluid which…

Most Common TMJ Symptoms: How to Know If You Have TMJ

TMJ is a tricky disorder, and it is very often under-diagnosed. Hence the need for a guide to self-diagnosing your TMJ disorder even before consulting a specialist. This article will provide you with a brief but comprehensive list of the most common TMJ symptoms. If you believe that you have two or more or them,…

Physical Therapy for Broken Hip

A broken or fractured hip resulting from a serious fall or accident would require hospitalization. It may not be common among youngsters as they tend to have strong bones which can tolerate the impact better. While surgery may be required for some, physical therapy for broken hip would be necessary for all especially as one…

My Child Has Cerebral Palsy – What Do I Do Now?

Has your child just been diagnosed with cerebral palsy? This can be frightening if you are not familiar with what it means and what you can expect. We trust that this article helps you to understand the diagnosis and feel more in control. Understanding Cerebral Palsy – What Is It and What Does It Mean?…

Do it Yourself Hiatal Hernia Massage Technique

It is always a mystery to wake up every morning under the agony of a stinging sensation beneath your breastbone, extending up into your throat. Hiatus is an opening in the diaphragm separating the chest cavity from the abdomen. A hernia occurs when a body part pushes into a part where it is not suppose…