Bronchitis and Toddlers

Toddlers too can get bronchitis. Actually, they are at most risk of getting the infection than infants. This is because of their nature to explore. They might come across some infected things around them. At this age, everything ends up in the mouth. If they get hold of anything that carries contagious pathogens, chances of…

Healthy Heart Plant Sterols Review

Healthy Heart Plant Sterols is a supplement by TrueFit Vitamins, which promotes numerous other basic supplements. It seems that Healthy Heart Plant Sterols may have some benefits; we appreciate that it contains as much as 745 mg of Plant Sterols. These Phytosterols have recently been exhaustively studied by scientists and researchers; as a result, many…

Symptoms, Causes and the Cost of Athetoid Cerebral Palsy

What is Athetoid Cerebral Palsy? What is Athetoid? Athetoid is a type of Cerebral Palsy that causes muscles to move uncontrollably. According to CerebralPalsySource.com, Athetoid Cerebral Palsy is recognizable by loose movements that affect the whole body such as scratching a nose or holding a small object. It is because of this erratic and uncontrollable…

Treating a Fracture With Homeopathy

Treating a fracture with homeopathy can mean a rapid, pain-free healing. However, to achieve this, there are some facts you need to know. Some fractures, such as in the bones of your abdomen, are not able to be set in a cast. This means other measures have to be taken, such as immobilising the patient…

What Causes Left Arm Shoulder Pain?

Left arm shoulder pain is one type of pain that can surely affect work. It even impedes one from functioning normally. In fact, people affected with this problem usually find it hard to perform even the simplest activities of daily living like taking a bath, or driving. The causes of this pain may be very…

Best Shoulder Workout Promote Growth in Delts

Massive shoulders let the whole world know that you’re serious about lifting weights. Whether in a tank top or going shirtless, huge, round delts are an impressive sight to all. If you’re one of those individuals whose shoulder growth has come to a standstill, the following is one of my best shoulder workouts, and may…

What to Know About the Different Types of Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy, then commonly known as “cerebral paralysis”, was first recognized in 1860 by William Little, a British surgeon. Little increased the possibility that asphyxia during the birth of a child is the main cause. But not until 1897, a well known neurologist named Sigmund Freud suggested that difficult birth was not a basis but…

Information Overload – Whats Working Now?

Is this possible? Yes! In today's environment, weather you're seeking information for personal growth, new business, or just to improve your existing skills, many people suffer from information overload. Information overload is a real and sometimes debilitating problem for a lot of folks, especially when learning multiple new skills like internet marketing. Recently Mike Dillard…

SALIVARY GLAND PATHOLOGIES

SALIVARY GLAND PATHOLOGIES Author: Dr. Altaf H Malik Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Govt. Dental College, Srinagar. Co authors:  Dr. Ajaz A Shah Associate Professor and Head, Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Govt. Dental College, Srinagar. Dr. Suhail Latoo Lecturer Department of Oral Pathology and Microbiology, Govt. Dental College, Srinagar. Dr. Manzoor Ahmad…

Exercises For Back Pain

The lower back is the pivot point of the body, bearing most of the weight with only a tiny spinal column and a few muscles to hold it all up. We add a lot of stress to our backs, by lifting and twisting in unnatural positions and by not exercising to strengthen back muscles. If…

Understanding Influenza

According to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 35 to 50 million people fall prey to influenza during the flu season (November to March), every year. Viral in nature, influenza is a respiratory disease that is highly contagious. In the year 1918, nearly 100 million people died in the influenza pandemic that…

Ancient Visitors

I go through life with an open mind about everything. There are very few things that I can say 100% that I do not believe in because in my eyes, anything could be possible given the knowledge of its process. I’m sure that hundreds of years ago the thought of having light at the flick…

Chest Pain: Causes and Treatment

In medicine, chest pain is a symptom of a number of serious conditions and is generally considered a medical emergency, unless the patient is a known angina pectoris sufferer and the symptoms are familiar (appearing at exertion and resolving at rest, known as “stable angina”). When the chest pain is not attributed to heart disease,…