Heartburn, Angina Or Heart Attack?

“Sometimes it’s impossible to tell the difference between the symptoms of heartburn, angina and heart attack,” cautioned Prediman K. (P.K.) Shah, M.D., director of the Division of Cardiology and the Atherosclerosis Research Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. “There are some useful pointers that might help a person know whether they’re having a heart attack or…

Contributory Risk Factors to Heart Diseases

We all must know by now that heart disease is the number one cause of death for men and women in the United States and the U.K. if not the world over. The risk of suffering from heart disease can be lowered through healthy habits, diet and exercise. Realistically, we can achieve this with proactive…

Ways of Transmission and Primo Infection of Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis is transmitted by respiratory way; an infected person will emit while coughing or sneezing about 2-3 bacterial particles. The person in immediate proximity will inhale the particles that will get to the lungs and multiply causing the infection. Another less common transmission type is through the skin in laboratory workers and pathologists. They contact…

Fibroid Tumors 101 – What You Need To Know

Fibroid Tumors Fibroids are tumors that can grow and develop within a woman’s uterus.  They may be tiny in size or grow to weigh several pounds, existing as a single tumor or growing in clusters of small tumors.  These muscular tumors grow either within or attach themselves to the wall of the uterus. While most…

Respiratory Problems in the Elderly

Respiratory problems mean that we have difficulty catching our breath and in the elderly this can cause serious issues and even death. Our lungs function by inhaling air into our systems that we breathe in and then exhaling air back out of our system. When we inhale air, we are acquiring oxygen and when we…

Side Effects of Nitric Oxide

Before using any NO Supplement you are unfamiliar with, find out its medicinal properties. Research it thoroughly and/or consult with an appropriately qualified practitioner or expert about the Side Effects of Nitric Oxide. If you are taking prescription drugs, or have a medical condition check with an appropriately qualified practitioner before using NO supplements medicinally. Only…

Asthmatic Bronchitis And its Homeopatic Treatment

Introduction of Asthmatic Bronchitis: Asthma is an inflammatory condition of the bronchial airways. This inflammation causes the normal function of the airways to become excessive and over-reactive, thus producing increased mucus, mucosal swelling and muscle contraction. These changes produce airway obstruction, chest tightness, coughing and wheezing. If severe this can cause severe shortness of breath…

Treatment For Bronchitis

The Top 6 Bronchitis and Treatment For Bronchitis Tips Here are 6 tips about bronchitis. It always fascinates me that you can always find something new about a topic if you look hard enough, and these 6 tips are useful reminders. I struggled to find a reliable source myself – epecially for treatment for bronchitis,…

4 Ways To Break The TMJ Pain Cycle

If you have ever suffered joint pain on your limbs, neck or back, you know how debilitating or disruptive it can be to even perform basic tasks. Imagine the same kind of pain intensity on your jaw. The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) is where the lower jaw mandiable connects with the bone at the side of…

Natural Ways To Strengthen A Fractured Bone

Question: My 15-year-old son broke his collarbone five weeks ago. He was discharged from the fracture clinic this week and told he could run but not take part in any sport for eight weeks. He is a goalkeeper for a soccer team, and due for trails. Can you suggest anything to help the bone continue…

Chronic Neck Pain

The neck (cervical spine) is composed of vertebrae which begin in the upper torso and end at the base of the skull. The bony vertebrae along with the ligaments (like thick rubber bands) provide stability to the spine. The muscles allow for support and motion. What Causes Neck Pain? Many patients seek orthopedic care for…

Symptoms of Quadriplegia and Treatment of Quadriplegia

Quadriplegia : is when a person has a spinal cord injury above the first thoracic vertebra, paralysis usually affects the cervical spinal nerves resulting in paralysis of all four limbs. In addition to the arms and legs being paralyzed, the abdominal and chest muscles will also be affected resulting in weakened breathing and the inability…