Mouth Ulcer Treatment The Easy Way

My mum always has mouth ulcer problems. The days when ulcers infest her mouth, she gets really temperamental, and I'll have a hard time smelling her bad temper. Are you also having ulcer problems regularly? Here are some tips which might helps to give fast relief to the pain ulcer problem. To quickly allow mouth…

Treating Edema During Pregnancy

While pregnancy is almost always a joyous time for a woman, it is also notoriously uncomfortable. From the extra weight, to morning sickness, to symptoms like edema, it's no wonder that most women are ready to have their baby after nine long months! Edema is one of the most common issues that a pregnant woman…

Foods for Helping Achieve a Lower Cholesterol Level

Everyone can suffer from high cholesterol or hypercholesterolemia. Men and women, young and old can suffer from high cholesterol that can result in more serious problems like heart attack and stroke. Medication that can be recommended by your doctor are one of the solutions. However, you may also take the initiative to change or improve…

Comatose Patients and the Risk of Aspiration Pneumonia

Aspiration pneumonia refers to inflammation of the lungs due to inhalation of foreign matters (food, saliva, nasal secretions). Virtually any fluids or solid irritants (dust particles) that frequently enter the airways can lead to the occurrence of aspiration pneumonia. Aspiration pneumonia can generate moderate or high fever due to inflammation of the lower respiratory tract’s…

How to Lighten Up the Holiday BBQ

Memorial Day is just around the corner and I know this because all the BBQ stuff has been moved to where you can not miss it in the grocery store, or in Costco, BJ's, or one of the many other big box operations. Usually, I'm pretty lucky and I get invited to where someone else…

Treatment of Clavicle Fractures

The Clavicle is sometimes referred to as the collar bone, and makes up the Shoulder or Pectoral Girdle. The Shoulder Girdle combines the two collar bones and the scapulae bones, which are triangular shaped bones on the back of the rib cage. The Clavicle along with the scapular connects the arm to the upper body,…

Chiropractic For Back Pain

Introduction to Chiropractic Care Chiropractic is a continuously growing practice of non-invasive procedures used to alleviate pain and headaches. It is a healthcare approach focusing on the relationship between the body’s structure, specifically the spine, and the body’s functions. Practitioners may use a variety of approaches, but primarily they perform adjustments to the spine with…

How Yoga Benefits Children With Special Needs

Yoga and kids go together. Kids want to move, explore their world, and interact physically and mentally in order to understand themselves and their environment. Yoga provides a perfect opportunity to do so. As yoga has gained in popularity and medical acclaim, it has been implemented with positive results by special needs individuals and groups.…

Others Have Sleep Paralysis Stories, Too

We have all heard about it. The stories where someone tosses and turns, moaning, "I can not fall sleep." Those who have a condition called sleep paralysis may find that they have no problem falling asleep, but may find that upon awaking, their body is nearly paralyzed, and that they may only be able to…

Tonsil Stones 101 – Some of the Signs of Tonsil Stones

The tonsils are an important part of the human immune system. The help catch and kill bacteria or viruses in the mouth, helping to prevent infections. In the main, this system works well, however some people are prone to tonsil stones whose scientific name is tonsilloliths. This condition plagues many more people than one might…

Diabetes – The History of Treatment

The treatment of diabetes stretches back more than 2,000 years. Well, what we now believe to be diabetes anyway. Writings found in China and India over the years discussed a condition that sounded exactly like diabetes mellitus. The descriptions that were written were the same symptoms as the Greeks and Romans had reported as well.…

Prevent Obesity in Your Child

According to the CDC (2004), 62% of children participate in vital physical activity, such as basketball, soccer, running, or swimming, for at least 20 minutes 3 or more days a week. Only 24% of children participate in moderate physical activity such as walking or bike riding. Considering that childhood physical activity habits persist into adulthood,…