Medical Articles

Small Town vs. Big City Life

It’s a small world. I’ve been traveling for a couple of weeks and everywhere I go I meet people from Texas. Earth, Shamrock, Farwell, Littlefield. You are everywhere. When people ask me where I am from there are two responses. The first response is curiosity. That response is from people who have never been to…

Trading Large Cap Stocks – Beginning

Like many stock market investors / traders, I too, lost my shirt in the nineties. High-tech stocks always seemed to offer such huge returns, and when you analyzed the charts they looked like can not miss opportunities. But as the decade wore on my stock portfolio value went on a steady nose dive. Until it…

Aids Causes, Symptoms and Treatment for Aids

Aids Information AIDS stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. It represents the late stages of infection by a retrovirus called Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). It is a disease in which the body’s immune system breaks down and is unable to fight off infections, known as “opportunistic infections,” and other illnesses that take advantage of a…

What Are The Symptoms of Systemic Yeast Infections?

Symptoms of systemic yeast infections can often be difficult to pinpoint, as they are often caused not only by the usual Candida albicans fungus, but also by a number of other organisms.  The problem that arises with a systemic infection is that the different symptoms may not be instantly recognizable as being the result of…

Aspergers Syndrome Behavior

Aspergers syndrome behavior is a disorder that affects the children who have some trouble in their development of languages ​​and communication skills. This is called as "Autism Spectrum Disorders". Comparing to other syndrome disorders, the Aspergers is difficult with respect to diagnosing process. Only the males will have the trouble in having this disorder. The…

Cat Life – Are Cats Social Animals?

Cats are often seen as the opposite to dogs in many respects – dogs are pack animals that need interaction with others of their kind or human substitutes. Cats are seen as aloof and independent, not needing humans but often enjoying their attention. How accurate is this view and do cats really not need one…

Yoga, Diet, & Fitness – How Do They Relate?

In today's society health and fitness is a primary concern. Obesity is growing at an alarming rate, especially within the younger population. Everywhere you turn there are offers and suggestions on how to lose weight and get fit. Many of these offer quick fixes such as pills, or specific diet regimens. While some of these…

Retail Banking – A New Way For Customer Service

With the Independent Commission on UK Banking recently issuing its long awaited report on the state of our current banking landscape, the opportunities contained within it to improve retail banking customer service have been seemingly ‘lost in the noise’ – with our government apparently wanting to deflect attention by kicking it into the long grass.…

Symptoms Of Hemroids – Why You Must Not Ignore Them

Useful Statistics, Finally 13 million out of 298 million Americans in 2006 had hemroids, translating into a prevalence rate of 4.4%. Every year like clockwork, 1 million new cases crop up. In spite of this, a great number of people overlook the symptoms of hemroids resulting in disproportionately few consulting a doctor for medical treatment,…

Alternative Cancer Treatment – Fucoidan And Breast Cancer

There are over 1,000 studies currently published on the nutrient Fucoidan, 128 show how it helps with Cancer, and 18 of those are specific for Breast Cancer. Fucoidans are fucose-enriched sulfated polysaccharides found in some brown sea vegetables, brown algea and marine invertibrates. Fucoidan seems to support every organ and cell function in our bodies,…

Why Sit Here Until I Die?

The bible tells a story about four men who sat at the entrance of the city's gate ding with leprosy, an incurable disease which causes seemingly visible swelling and sores on the skin, only then to eat inward to the bones. Because of this contagious and incurable disease, these lepers sat outside of the city…