Studies Show Vitamin B3 Aids Stroke Recovery

Studies show that Vitamin B3 aids stroke recovery, this was revealed by Henry Ford Neuroscience Institute’s director Dr. Michael Chopp last February during the International Stroke Conference held in Texas. Commonly known as Niacin, Vitamin B3 releases energy from carbohydrates, proteins, and fats so that these can be used by the body. This way, it…

Home Remedies for Kidney Stones

Kidney stones, also known as renal calculi, are rock like structures formed in the kidney. The stones are made out of certain substances that are found in the urine and can block the flow of urine and cause bladder inflammation. The kidney stones can appear in the kidney and the ureters and cause pain during…

Basic Construction of a Plasma Television Display

In a plasma screen, there are over sixteen million pixels making up the display. Each of those sixteen million are made up of three pixel colors of blue, red and green phosphors, which are evenly distributed across the screen. The entire screen which you view, or rather the picture you watch is made up of…

The Dangerous Side Effects of a Popular Cholesterol Medicine

Lipitor is indicated for the management of patients suffering from high cholesterol. Lipitor is dosed in tablets of 10, 20, 40 and 80 milligrams. It belongs within a group of medications called HMG CoA reductase inhibitors, which are referred to as “statins”. Patients diagnosed with hyperlipidemia, or high cholesterol should not take Lipitor if the…

Cervicitis and Fertility

Cervicitis is a common gynecological disease. It is classified into acute cervicitis and chronic cervicitis. The main symptoms of cervictis are: excessive or thick vaginal fluid, blood with vaginal fluid, and pelvic pain. Especially for patients with chronic cervicitis, their symptoms are not so severe that they often ignore it. Little do they know that…

H Pylori Symptoms

Helicobacter pylori, commonly referred to as H. pylori, is a spiral bacteria that usually resides beneath the mucus layer next to the gastric cells. H. pylori infection is commonly associated with the occurrence of peptic ulcers and gastritis. Following are some commonly observed H. pylori symptoms: Anaemia: Many studies have indicated that anaemia, caused by…

These are Some of the Symptoms of Eyelid Eczema

Eczema eyelid is a problem that generally arrives with scaling, erythema, and edema associated with burning and pruritus. The irritants and the allergens in the atmosphere are the main causes that account for the eczema eyelids. The skin near and around the eyes is very thin and sensitive and is easily vulnerable to irritants as…

How Is The Procedure For An Angioplasty?

For those in whom clot-busters and stents have not worked, there is the Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG), or ‘cabbage’ – although doing a cabbage in an acute situation is pretty much the last resort of last resorts. Or TOTS, which stands for Tatties Over The Side (a tatty is a potato), a reference to…

A Five Step Approach To Beating Heart Disease

Having a long and somewhat checkered family history of heart attack and stroke I have had the chance to observe this disease up close and personal. While my relatives have not always successful at beating heart disease, what I can tell you is that by continuing to go down the road that got you into…