High Frequency and Low Frequency Hearing Loss

Our ability to hear is dependent on tiny hair cells in our inner ears which receive sound and interpret it for our brains to comprehend. These hairs, our sensory receptors, cannot regenerate. Once they are damaged or die, our ability to hear is lessened. We measure sound by the amount of vibrations (or cycles) per…

Budd-Chiari Syndrome – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

Budd-Chiari syndrome is a rare liver disease which involves clotting of blood in the hepatic veins, thereby producing mild to severe liver damage. Blood disorders like myeloproliferative diseases, polycythemia and sickle-cell disease; liver cancer; structural obstruction in the inferior vena cava; infections; liver trauma; phlebitis; and the use of immuno-suppressive drugs and oral contraceptives, are…

How To Use VBA To Select The Chart Type In Excel

Excel has a multitude of options when it comes to creating charts and graphs. But it’s not so easy to automate the VBA process of selecting the type of chart because of the large number of options. This article explains how to create your own procedure to give users options when making a selection. Listing…

External Hemorrhoid Vs Perianal Hematoma

In many cases a perianal hematoma is misdiagnosed as an External Hemorrhoid. How do you know that what you have and what is a perianal hematoma and not an External Hemorrhoid? First of all a hematoma is basically a bruise, a pooling of blood in the tissues outside blood vessels. A perianal hematoma is a…

Hugs are Good For You!

Apparently, (and we always knew this didn’t we!!) hugs are good for you. Scientific studies have shown that hugs help us. Four hugs are said to be necessary for our survival; eight are suggested as the amount needed for good maintenance, and twelve hugs are said to be the level required for growth.[1] Even another…

HD-DVD vs. Blu-Ray: The Great Optical Disc Battle

Long gone are the times when all we had were compact discs, first for music, then for data storage and movies. The DVDs came next, boasting of what seemed then as tons of data storage. But as they say, times quickly change, and so does the technology. Personal and commercial demands for data storage —…

Erasing Your Metabolism Fears

Go into the diet or weight loss area of ​​any bookstore and you are sure to run across various books on metabolism. Inevitably the topic of metabolism is packed with fear. Our fitness culture handles metabolism as if it's this fragile thing that can break and degrade if we so much as miss a workout…

Using Tea to Reduce Your Cholesterol

High cholesterol is a health concern for many Americans. High levels of LDL cholesterol are a leading contributor to heart disease. LDL cholesterol is what contributes to clogged arteries. Arteries become clogged and narrowed when LDL cholesterol circulating in the blood becomes oxidizes and hardens into plaque. The more LDL cholesterol you have circulating in…