When to Be Concerned About Dog Vomiting

Dog  vomiting : it happens! Most dogs  vomit  regularly for a number of reasons that are no reason for immediate concern or alarm. Here are some instances where you do not need to race off to your veterinarian because of your dog  vomiting : – Overeating: if your dog tends to wolf down his food, then feed…

Is Food Poisoning a Valid Personal Injury Claim?

Imagine going to your favorite restaurant and ordering your usual delicious meal, only to later experience a traumatic fit of food poisoning. You wouldn’t just get incredibly ill, you might also feel a little betrayed by your favorite eating establishment whose primary responsibility is to provide a well-cooked clean meal that satisfies the pallet. If…

Ulcer Diagnosing Tips

An ulcer is known as a sore which is located inside the digestive tract. A common type of ulcer is a peptic ulcer. It is able to develop anywhere, form esophagus up to duodenum which is in the beginning of small intestine. This sore is also able to develop in large intestine. The most common…

Gallstones Natural Remedy

A study of more than 700 women showed that meat eaters were twice as likely to have gallstones as vegetarians. It was also concluded that the higher incidence of this condition in the women was because they ate more fat and less starch and fibre than the vegetarians.   A high cholesterol level in the…

Significant Uses of X-Rays

Bone is one such tissue that appears clearly on an x-ray, owing to its density. It is, thus, that x-rays have come out as a highly effective method when it comes to detecting any bone-related issues. X-rays, for an instance, can prove extremely helpful when it comes to diagnosing any kind of fractures or breaks,…

Clinical Description of Heart Sounds

Heart sounds are essential diagnostic parameters to indicate the clinical state of the heart and also for prognosis of diseases. Percussion is used mainly to determine the size of the heart by outlining its borders. Dullness is normally heard over the left area of the heart and partially over the right. Deviation from the expected…

Heart Wise

February is known as Heart Disease Awareness Month and it is very important for all of us to be able to recognize signs as well as symptoms of a heart attack. Cautionary signs Angina pectoris Angina Pectoris, known as angina, is a syndrome characterized by pain, pressure, numbness, or heaviness that occurs on the area…

Heart Disease in Women

Heart disease is not just a man’s problem since women can get it. In the United States, heart attack is the main cause of most deaths among women contrary to popular belief that breast cancer is the number one cause of death in women. Heart disease is also the primary cause of disability in women.…

Raw Milk Myths Part 1 of 3

Got milk? It does a body good, right? Milk is likened to a super-food. In fact, it is considered a nearly perfect food because of its abundance of protein (which contains all of the essential amino acids), carbohydrates, fats and array of vitamins. The Masai tribe in Africa consume up to 7 quarts of the…

Twice-Weekly Pectoral Blasts

Sounds nice – make it twice! We all know that the best way to create some growth in a pair of lagging arms is to hit them twice a week. Maybe we toss in 6 sets of heavy-ish triceps pressing at the end of Monday’s chest day, and biceps enjoys a few sets of curls…

Back Pain: Cancer, Stones and Tumors

Although not as common, prostate cancer, kidney disorders (stones) and spinal tumors represent a small percentage of back pain. Since low back pain is a common condition, many people ignore it and do not realize that there may be a more serious underlying problem that is causing the pain. All three should be considered as…

Facial Exercises For Bell’s Palsy – 3 Short Facts

Facial exercises for Bell’s Palsy are thought to help regain control of the effected facial muscles. According to Wikipedia, “Bell’s palsy is a paralysis of cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve) resulting in inability to control facial muscles on the affected side.” The facial exercises for Bell’s Palsy are very similar to the facial exercise…