What Is Pre-Calculus?

Pre-calculus can mean a few different things, depending on where it is studied. Typically though pre-calculus is a study of all the skills required to do differential, integral, vector, and advanced calculus. Pre-calculus is usually studied in high school, but many university courses go through the material as review. There are two major chapters to…

Understand Puppy Vomiting

If you see your new dog  vomit  all over the place, I can assure you that it is not a pleasant experience that you want to have. Unfortunately, your pet cannot communicate verbally with you and let you know how they are feeling or how long they have felt that way so you are left…

How to Avoid Food Poisoning

You are feeling awful with vomiting, cramps and have been visiting the toilet every 10 minutes for the last two hours. Does this sound familiar? The chances are that all of us have experienced some form of food poisoning at some time. There are different types of food poisoning, with symptoms ranging from simple nausea…

Acid Reflux Recipes

When acid reflux becomes a regular part of life, the sufferer is commonly advised to change his or her diet. Try to avoid citrus, Try to avoid acids. See if changes make it better. So you try. You experiment. And all the time, you’re wishing there were acid reflux cure recipes. You finally go looking…

What Are the Best Methods for Scleroderma Treatment?

Doctors know that there are no similar or identical cases of scleroderma. Each case of the disease is different, making it necessary for your doctors to identify your disease subtype, stage, as well as the number of organs involved. This will help your doctor customize a specific scleroderma treatment that will help cure your disease…

Fibromyalgia – A Curable Illness

Part 1 of a three part series on Fibromyalgia and CFS. I am a long time sufferer of Fibromyalgia and CFS. I defeated the disease and I am now a massage therapist and instructor of massage. In this series I will tell you how to overcome the disease. I believe that there are a number…

Do’s and Don’t’s for Post Heart Attack

Week 1 (after Discharge from hospital) – ยท One needs to stay indoors and not indulge in too many activities that may require vigour and energy. Stairs could be avoided and if necessary, be climbed with plenty of breaks but not more than two floors should be mounted. At any point of time, if symptoms…

Quit Your Job and Live Your Dream

I’m a “recovering” lawyer but like Marines, alcoholics, and Catholics there’s some stuff you just can’t ever shake. After 16 years of litigation, I quit being a lawyer about four years ago and I’ve never looked back. I’ve quit other jobs and professions too and I’d like to tell you about it so that you…

Fish Oil Reduces Risk of Heart Attack

Historically and culturally, consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids, otherwise known as fish oils, has been thought to help the human body fight off  heart  disease and  heart   attacks . Today, more and more studies are showing that there is a strong correlation between Omega-3 fatty acids and markedly lower instances of cardiovascular disease, stroke, high blood…

Reversing Heart Disease and Cholesterol

There is a variety of conditions and disorders that affect the heart that are all placed under the umbrella of heart disease. Coronary artery disease has been the overall leading cause of deaths across the globe. This leads many to want to know how can be done for the cause of reversing coronary artery disease.…

The Curative Properties and Health Benefits of Banana

Bananas have a special place in diets low in fats, cholesterol and salt. In the mythological ages in Europe, a banana was called the apple of paradise. In the traditional medicine in India and the ancient Persia this golden fruit is regarded as nature’s secret of perpetual youth. To this day, banana is known for…

7 Questions And Answers About Hair Loss

Hair loss affects both men and women. The more you know about this condition, the better your chances of preventing its occurrence. What causes hair loss? Hair loss or balding can be due to a lot of causes. It can be because of hormonal problems, physical and emotional stress, certain medications, scalp disorders, iron deficiency,…

My Dog Has Lumps and Tumours – What Should I Do?

Mast Cell  Tumours  (MCT) are a very common cancer seen in dogs. A mast cell is a special type of blood cell that is normally involved in the body’s response to allergens and inflammation. Sometime these cells can become cancerous and develop into mast cell  tumors . What may appear to be a simple skin wart,…