Medical Articles

The Natural Treatment of Mouth Ulcers Using Homeopathy

The natural treatment of mouth ulcers is most effectively dealt with by the use of homeopathic medicines. This is because homeopathy only works by raising your immune system, so that you cure you. This option is far superior to any suppressive measures, which will do nothing to resolve the condition, allowing for its constant return…

Treating Hyperacidity

You’ve just had your fill at a fancy restaurant when all of a sudden you experience a sharp pain in your stomach. The pain appears to extend to your heart and you’re all sweaty. Blame it on hyperacidity – a common condition that happens when you eat spicy or fatty foods. Hyperacidity refers to the…

19 Best Home Remedies for Acidity

Read this article to know the best Home Remedies for Acidity. First of all let me tell you what is Acidity? Acidity refers to a set of symptoms caused by an inequity. More names for acidity are hyperacidity or acid dyspepsia. Acid reflux or Acidity is one of the most normal diseases that cause heart…

Home Remedies for Gastritis

Many people all over the world are suffering from the serious problem of gastritis. It is a trouble caused by the thinning of stomach lining as a result of indigestion. Some believe over-eating is culprit while others feel excessive use of drugs or medicines. However, this is not something which cannot be cured. Improving diet,…

Mitral Valve Prolapse and Panic Attacks

Mitral valve prolapse and panic attacks (anxiety attacks) are not a cause and effect process. They just have some symptoms that can be the same. Other symptoms are quite different, the set of symptoms that overlap can create some confusion in diagnosis and in treatment of the two. Mitral valve prolapse occurs in about fifteen…

Fastest Cure For a Penis Yeast Infection

Suffering from a penis yeast infection is never a pretty site. You feel irritated, itchy, dry, some discomfort during urination and generally just grossed out by your own situation. For men, having a yeast infection is pretty foreign territory. After all, how often do you see penile yeast infection commercials on tv? Not too often.…

Heart Attack – How Aspirin Helps

If you or a loved one has heart disease, heart attack prevention and treatment are very important subjects. Your physician may have recommended taking a low dose aspirin each day to avoid heart attack. You may have heard that you can increase your chances of survival during a heart attack by taking aspirin. But how?…

Mycobacterium Tuberculosis – An Airborne Contagious Killer

Tubercolosis (also commonly known as TB), is an airborne contagious disease which usually affects the lungs. The symptoms of the TB disease infecting the lungs include coughing with sputum tinged blood, chest pains on exertion, fever, fatigue, weight loss, weakness, aches and chills. The treatment for uncomplicated cases of tuberculosis is the anti-tuberculosis medication taken…

Telogen Effluvium Regrowth – What to Look For

I get a lot of questions about regrowth with telogen effluvium (TE.) People want to know when they should begin seeing it, when they can expect it to make a difference in the volume of their hair, and what to do if they aren’t seeing any. I’ll try to address these concerns in the following…

What Types of Ovarian Cysts Are Possible After 50?

The types of ovarian cysts in women over the age of 50 are exactly the same as the types of ovarian cysts in women under the age of 50. The profound difference is that post-menopausal women are significantly more susceptible to developing a cancerous cyst. Your doctor may have shared with you the term for…

Cat Pneumonia – An Owner’s Guide to Pneumonia in Cats

Pneumonia in cats is a serious condition. It occurs when there is inflammation in the lungs. The condition can quickly become life-threatening as it progresses. As the disease advances, your cat will have more and more trouble breathing. It can effectively be treated if caught early enough. Causes The inflammation in the lungs is a…

Dislocated Elbow

The elbow forcibly hyperextends, causing the ligaments to rupture, and sometimes a fracture will result. In some situations, the displaced bones may compress the nerves and blood vessels around the elbow requiring immediate reduction (repositioning) of the dislocation to relieve pressure. A physician can usually perform this procedure on the playing field or in the…