Type 2 Diabetes – Bell’s Palsy and Diabetes!

The facial nerve, or seventh cranial nerve, as its names suggest is partly located in the skull and controls some of the facial muscles. When it becomes inflamed or swollen it can suffer from too much pressure against the walls of its tunnel through the skull, causing Bell’s Palsy. Bell’s Palsy results in paralysis or…

Fosamax Linked to Femur Fracture

Medical Studies Link Fosamax to Femur Bone Fracture: Fosamax, a bisphosphonate drug manufactured by Merck, is used to treat osteoporosis.  This osteoporotic drug was approved by the FDA in 1995 and has since been prescribed to millions of people.  Fosamax was designed to strengthen bones and reduce the risk of fractures that occur with osteoporosis. …

Jeep – Huge and Handy Car Manufacturer

Jeep is always known for the sporty look car which is often heavy and bulky but on the other hand is very much handy. Now it is in the news that Jeep had become successful in the introduction of the 7-passenger trail. The cars manufactured by the Jeeps are SUVs which can be easily taken…

BRAIN DAMAGE AFFECTS MENTAL PROCESSES AND BEHAVIOR

IMPACT OF DAMAGE TO THE BRAIN’S PARTS ON ONE’S MENTAL PROCESSES AND BEHAVIOR Abstract Brain, the vital component of the central nervous system (CNS), affects a person’s “mental process” which can be expanded to include behavior, thinking, learning, personality, and psychological aspects of the mind. Causes like prolonged hypoxia (shortage of oxygen), poisoning, infection, and neurological illness…

Sports hernia information and treatment

Sports people are used to hearing often about hernia problems. The most common types of hernia that occur when practicing sports are inguinal hernia and sports hernia, referred to by some doctors as ‘Gilmore’s groin’. When you get inguinal hernia tissue from the intestine pushes through the abdominal wall, because of a weakness in the…

How Do I Treat Gout?

Gout is probably the most painful arthritis condition, which is recognised as a chronic disease, gout is a metabolic disorder. Gout symptoms include pain and swelling and can come on without any warning. Gout attacks frequently start at night. References to gout go back thousands of years and have normally been labeled as a result…

Cause of Diabetes Mellitus – What Causes Diabetes?

There is ample research supporting the fact that somebody with a history of diabetes in the family has a 33% higher chance of developing diabetes than a person with no such history. We may not understand all the causes for diabetes, however it is widely known among the scientific community that diabetes is a genetic…

Keratosis Pilaris Or the "Chicken Skin" Disease

Excess Keratin This disease gets its name from the term "keratin", which is the natural protein present in the skin. The condition is caused when the excess keratin, which is cream coloured, traps the hair in the follicles. As a result, the keratin forms small but hard plugs in the pore, a phenomenon called hyperkeratinization.…

Proper Breathing for Posture Correction pt1

Posture correction and breathing for balance is a serious part to being on this world for all life. Our muscles, brain chemistry, hormones, joint alignment, physical body, emotions and spirit all need a certain balance for top-quality function. Regrettably, as we boldly enter the new millennium, balance in these arenas eludes many of us. Thus,…

What you Should Ask About Shingles Disease

An estimate of about a million people in America suffer from shingles disease every year. If you haven’t heard of the disease, its time you get yourself informed. You or a loved one could be at risk of suffering from shingles disease. What causes shingles? This disease is closely associated with chicken pox. This is…

Help I Am Allergic To Soy

If you are allergic to soy then you suffer from Allergies Type 1, also called Contact Allergies. Scientists have found at least 16 different allergenic proteins in Soy and they are not certain which of the protein is more dangerous than the others for anyone who has a soy allergy. Stuart Berger, MD, in the…