Left For Dead – Boomer Guide and Strategy

The Boomer’s Role The Boomer is a fat, ugly, gurgling, disgusting beast that oozes with pus and is filled with infectious bile. The very sight of Survivors causes the Boomer to become sick (figuratively), and is then overcome with an incredible urge to vomit all over them. Strange, I know. Boomers play an important role…

Breakfast Cereals and Junk Foods – Poison for Our Children

The truth about the so-called ‘Super Food‘ of the Century Breakfast cereals have never been more popular than they are today. Packed with vitamins and minerals, they promise power, health and vitality, especially to the young generation. There is hardly a commercial breakfast cereal in the world that does not seem to contain everything a…

Corneal Ulcer in Dogs

Corneal  ulcers  affect the cornea of the transparent and dome-shaped film that covers the eye. A clear, shiny layer it doesn’t have a single blood vessel and allows free passage of light through it. Moreover, the cornea of the eye does contain several nerve fibers that are connected to pain receptors and does feel pain…

How to Avoid Acid Reflux Symptoms

One of the first things to consider is that certain foods move through your digestive system a lot faster than others. The longer it takes for what you’ve eaten to move out of your stomach and down into your lower intestines, the longer your stomach needs to produce acid in order to digest it. While…

Risks of Lap Band Surgery

When you are considering lap band for weight loss, you must realize that though it is a widely prescribed solution to obesity, it is still a surgical procedure and therefore has risks. I’m not saying this to scare you away, but to make you aware. As the major risks of this procedure go, they are…

Heart Inflammation – Treatments and Prevention

Inflammation is a response of the body to injury or harmful elements. The symptoms are redness, heat, pain and swelling of a particular area. Just like any other tissue in the body, the heart may be inflamed. But since the heart is a complex organ and is build up of several layers of tissue, inflammation…

Information of Very Rare Blood Diseases

Being diagnosed with one of many very rare blood diseases can be scary and confusing. So much information is put into terms that is difficult to understand, which can leave you feeling lost and alone. But there are web sites that can help you to better understand your condition, and many that offer positive support…

Heart Disease Type Symptoms to Watch Out For

People sometimes ignore or fail to notice the heart disease type symptoms. They shrug them off, thinking it is nothing. Some of the things that can lead to the development of age-related cardiovascular diseases are asymptomatic. In other words, there is not a single symptom. For example, high blood pressure is sometimes called the silent…

Secrets of the Heart

In the last two issues of the newsletter, we’ve discussed the anatomy of the heart and the things that can go wrong with the heart. (If you have not read them yet, it would be helpful, but not essential, before reading on.) In this issue, we’re going to conclude our series by examining how your…

How to Survive a Heart Attack

Most heart attacks start slowly, with mild pain or discomfort. Common symptoms of a heart attack are: – Chest pain that does not clear up after resting or taking angina medications. Most heart attacks involve discomfort in the center of the chest that lasts more than a few minutes, or that goes away and comes…

The Link Between Heart Disease and Cholesterol

Did the blood tests recommended by your doctor show that you have high cholesterol or triglyceride levels? Do you have poor diet and exercise habits that have resulted in weight gain? If so, you may be at risk for heart disease. What do you do? You should develop a healthy lifestyle that includes appropriate weight…

Are Ghosts Real

Ghosts are different things depending on who you ask. While 32% of Americans believe in ghosts, according to a 2005 Gallup poll, there is a divergence of opinion as to what constitutes a ghost. Parapsychologists are in favor of the term, apparition, because it’s purportedly more precise. An apparition is considered immaterial, but it can…

Topping Trees

Topping is the worst thing you can do to a tree. When I was in Hawaii working for companies that topped trees I remember customers asking me if it was necessary to be so drastic with the trees. Since I no longer work for those companies I can be less evasive and say, no. I…

Influenza and the Risk of Viral Pneumonia

Influenza, commonly known as “the flu”, is an infectious disease generally caused by viruses. The viruses responsible for causing the flu during viral outbreaks are very contagious and they can easily be contracted by entering in contact with infected people. Flu viruses are airborne and they can be transmitted through coughing, sneezing or simply by…