How to Detect Fatty Liver Disease Symptoms

Are there fatty liver disease (or FLD) symptoms? What are these symptoms? Indeed, a lot of people have asked and have been asking if there are FLD symptoms and, if yes, what these symptoms are. Whether they know someone who has FLD or they are just curious about FLD and would like to prevent it,…

Excessive Nutrition Can Cause Calculus

Nowadays, the standard of life has been raised greatly. The problem of excessive nutrition has been rather common. Excessive nutrition can cause obesity, high blood pressure, high blood fat and some other diseases. In fact, excessive nutrition can also cause calculus. In recent years, the rate of getting calculus among people has been extremely increased.…

Natural Lymphedema Treatment

Living with lymphedma makes it very tough for us to rise above the illness, as we look in the mirror we see ourselves, and we recognize how others see us, and yes it could be a struggle. However, we are strong, and stress is one of our number one enemies. Stress will create even more…

Topics and Themes in an Article

In article writing, there are various elements that an individual must always have in mind. Some of the things to check on also involve how to choose a theme for an article. What the writer wants to write about should be summarized in the topic in a few words or phrases. The topic of the…

Acid Reflux Symptoms

Knowing that you need to better understand this topic I recommend that you take 5 minutes to read what we have to say. Acid Reflux Symptoms include the following. (You may print them our for handy reference). Short in the middle of the night you are awakened by a burn sensation in your throat. You…

Pathomorphology and the Clinical Manifestation of Anemia

The pathologic changes from sickle cell anemia are primarily the result of • Increased blood viscosity and• Increased red blood cell destruction. The entanglement and enmeshing of rigid sickle-shaped cells with one another increases the internal friction to the suspension, thus increasing blood viscosity. The thickened blood slows the circulation, causing capillary stasis, obstruction by…

Information On Stomach Flu

A stomach flu symptom can be caused by one of many different ailments such as food poisoning, bacteria or even some parasites.The stomach flu, also known as gastroenteritis, is a viral infection that attacks the stomach and small intestine. Usually brief in nature, it typically lasts 1 to 3 days. Diarrhea is the one of…

Fibroadenoma Versus Phyllodes Tumor of the Breast

Fibroadenoma Fibroadenoma is the most common benign tumor in the female breast. They generally occur in younger women but can be seen in post-menopausal women as well. Most of the time they present as a lump in the breast, but they can also be found incidentally on a breast radiology exam. To a pathologist, a…

Old Fashioned Remedies For Stomach Pain And Upset

There are many old stomach remedies that still have value for us today. Stomach pain and upset frequently results when the lining of the stomach has become irritated. Many plants are well known for their ability to soothe the stomach. In the famous Culpeper’s Complete Herbal of 1687, great mention is made of caraway (Carum…

Colds and Wet Hair: Mother Was Wrong Again

Will you catch a cold if you go out with wet hair in cold weather? If you say no, you are correct. Colds and pneumonia are caused by infection. You do not pick up infections from cold weather, you get germs from other people who sneeze or cough in your face or transmit germs with…

The Risks Of Gastric Lap Band Surgery

Weight loss surgery has advanced considerably in the past 50 years and modern forms of surgery such as gastric lap band surgery are certainly a lot safer and carry far fewer complications than early forms of open gastric bypass surgery. Nevertheless, there are risks and these should be fully discussed with your surgeon before embarking…

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…

Most Important Discoveries in Vaccinology Part II

Polysaccharides, Bacterial polysaccharide The way this will open the pre World War II, but the operation the immunological effect of the combination of bacterial polysaccharide with proteins has happened only recently. The 80’s saw the implementation of this technology coma Hib vaccine as a first conjugate being licensed for infants in 1990; A reminder is…

A Good Defense Without Being Offensive

I recently had to learn a lesson which I often suggest that my clients learn: how to set boundaries and convey the truth in such a way that the other person doesn’t feel attacked. In other words, how to respond when someone has irritated, frustrated, or infuriated you. The main aspect of this kind of…

New Advances in Treating Congestive Heart Failure

Congestive heart failure is an insidious opponent, possessing a slow onset that results in a patient often not even noticing they are having symptoms. Over time the patient will suffer from worsening dyspnea and edema that will eventually drive them to seek treatment, where they will discover that for whatever reason their heart is no…