How to Prevent Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails occur when the nail grows into the soft skin of the nail bed (or the skin of the nail bed grows over the toenail). They usually affect the big toe, although ingrown nails can occur on any of the toes or fingers.  It is very common for ingrown toenails to become infected.  The…

Toenail Fungus – Toenail Fungus Remedies

Over 30 million people worldwide suffer from some sort of nail or nail fungus. The statistics are alarming to say the least. Nail and toe nail fungus can be as suttle as a yellowing or discoloring of the nail or toenail and as serious as the complete loss of, deformity of one or more nails…

HEM to Rehab a Sprained Ankle

Everyone always hears the standard recommendation when they twist an ankle. Ice it and rest. This is often known as the R.I.C.E. System which stands for Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. While this is an O.K approach in the instant short term, there a re plenty of heavy lacks to this system of rehabilitation. They…

Bruised Heels – Prevention & Treatment

Our feet take a pounding as we walk or run.  Up to 3 1/2 times our weight is thrust downward onto our heels with each step.  Consider the number of steps we take in a lifetime and it is no wonder our feet can feel sore or achy. As we get older, the fatty tissue…

Some Common Problems Associated With Spinal Cord

<!– @page { margin: 2cm } P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm } –> The spine is what determines how comfortably we walk, stand, sit or even rest. There are some problems associated with the spinal cord that cause a great deal of discomfort to the patient. Some of them are discussed below. Cervical spondylosis A common…

Pancreas and Bile

Pancreas and bile in the human body can be figuratively in good or in very bad relationship.They can be the friends in healthy situation, but can be worst enemy causing diseases of each other. They have much similarity: without both pancreatic juice and bile we cannot digest the food, especially fat. Bile and pancreatic juice…

Bloating: Causes and Diagnosis

A single scoop of cherry vanilla ice cream; several sips of a frothy, strawberry shake; a few bites of a cream cheese omelet–as much as you love dairy foods, they don’t seem to love you. Eating even modest portions makes your stomach balloon up, and you feel uncomfortably stuffed. Doctors call the gassiness, bloating and…

Knowing the Facts about Uterine Polyps

Uterine polyps refer to the excessive growth of cells that are found on the inner wall of the uterus. This is commonly seen in the lining of the uterus or the endometrium layer, which is why it is sometimes referred to as endometrial polyps. Sizes range from a few millimeters to several centimeters. These cells…

Aromatherapy to Shrink Fibroids Naturally

Uterine fibroids treatment largely is dependent upon the size of your fibroid tumors and the number. In case your uterine tumors are large in size and big in numbers your fibroids symptoms will be severe. The pain and bleeding caused due to fibroids can become unbearable for women with such fibroids. For immediate relief fibroids…

Natural Cures For Breast Cysts, Causes, Symptoms And Remedies

Usually breasts changes are very common. Throughout the life, starting from the girls begins to develop breasts and starts menstruating, women experiences various changes and pain in the breasts. Some changes are very normal like during menstrual cycle, during pregnancy and also with the aging. There occur other changes, breasts lumps and tenderness. It is…

What is Hepatitis B….?

What is Hepatitis B….? Hepatitis B is a virus that causes liver disease. It is possible for carriers of the virus, showing no symptoms to still infect others. How does one contract Hepatitis B….? Hepatitis B is transmitted through vaginal, anal, or oral sex with an infected partner. A pregnant woman can also pass the…

Kidney Stones – Causes and Symptoms

The kidney acts as a filter for blood, removing waste products from the body and helping regulate the levels of chemicals important for body function. The urine drains from the kidney into the bladder through a narrow tube called the ureter. When the bladder fills and there is an urge to urinate, the bladder empties…