Medical Articles

Recent cases of Tuberculosis

According to scientific studies, three million people die from Tuberculosis every year. A number of around eight million new discovered Tuberculosis conditions appear per year and 95% is estimated to be in developing areas. Countries like those in South America, Africa or Asia have the highest susceptibility to Tuberculosis due to the low living standards…

Is There a Correlation Between Cell Phones and Brain Tumors?

There have been many studies conducted that indicate that there could be a correlation between cell phones and brain tumors. As a matter of fact, these studies actually lead medical professionals and other types of specialists to believe that there is, in fact, a relationship between the development of brain tumors and frequent phone use.…

Natural Pneumonia Treatment – Part 1

Pneumonia is a serious infection of the lungs that can be caused by any of a number of different infectious agents, including viruses, bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and mycoplasma. The infection causes tiny air sacs in the lung area to become inflamed and filled with mucus and pus, inhibiting oxygen from reaching the blood. Lobar pneumonia…

Lupus – What It Is and What To Do?

Lupus is an inflammatory, chronic, autoimmune disease; it affects the connective tissue and blood. There are two kinds of lupus. SLE (Systemic lupus erythematosus) this one is very serious and can be fatal. This is a condition that affects the body’s organs in addition to the above-mentioned connective tissue and blood. DLE (discoid lupus erythematosus)…

Homemade Canning – Best Kinds of Soup for Home Canning

Canned soup is delicious and easy for lunches, dinners, and even snacks. Store-bought soup often contains large amounts of sodium and even hidden ingredients such as monosodium glutamate, yeast, and unknown spices and added artificial flavorings. Soup done by homemade canning is not only healthier, it is less expensive than the store-bought versions and you…

Bronchitis And Pneumonia – Various Differences Explained

It is very difficult to understand the differences between bronchitis and pneumonia. Both diseases of the lower respiratory system and have an equally adverse effect on pulmonary air passages. Proper knowledge about the difference between pneumonia and bronchitis facilitates correct diagnosis, a factor that is of utmost importance in the effective management and treatment of…

Classification of Values

Education is a social process; Education is growth; Education is not preparation for life; Education is life itself. — John Dewey The prosperity of a country depends not on the abundance of its revenues, not on the strength of its fortifications, not on the beauty of its public buildings; but it consists in the number…

The Chiropractic Subluxation Story

I attended chiropractic college way back in the 1970s when the profession was all about the detection and correction of spinal subluxations. This may sound funny to those of you who still go to a chiropractor who corrects subluxations with spinal adjustments. You see, even within the profession, this term has become unpopular with some…

Broken Nose – What is This Fracture?

A broken nose is a type of fracture or break that occurs on the bone of the patient's nose. This article briefly mentions general details about the condition, including some possible symptoms, underlying medical causes, diagnosis methods, and options for treatment. If you suspect a broken nose, or complications arising from one, please look for…

Signs Of Cerebral Palsy

Signs of cerebral palsy are often shown in the way a child motor skills. In most cases, children with cerebral palsy show varying signs of the illness that may range from mild to severe. Cerebral palsy can be detected before 18 months of age. Within such time, a normal child learns how to sit, crawl,…

Analysis Paralysis – The Mindset

So you are probably reaching the point in your business where you're still wanting to learn all you can get your hands on, but not sure how to transfer this information into progress. So instead of taking a chance you tell yourself that you'll just listen to one more training call, or finish one more…

Anti-Aging – Educate Yourself

"You can not help getting older, but you do not have to get old." said George Burns who lived well into his nineties. Aging, unfortunately, is a part of life. How we age is now, becoming becoming a fate we place in our own hands. On the predictions of Francis Bacon, Rene Descartes, and Benjamin…

Using a Heating Pad for Sore Muscles

Oh, heating pad. How I love thee. Let me count the ways. After turning 30 years old, I can remember feeling parts of my body going downhill in many different ways. 30 is not even middle-aged! I will not dive into that too much, but if I were lifting heavy things, running, or just on…

How Lupus Is Diagnosed

General Symptoms Present In Lupus Skin rashes are extremely common in people who are suffering from lupus. A "butterfly" rash can typically occur on the face, and it can be visually disturbing for the person with lupus. It can also be exacerbated from sun exposure. A large majority of people with lupus also report having…