Nasal Polyposis

What is nasal polyposis? It is the growth of a soft painless and noncancerous mass lining the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses. They result from chronic inflammation caused by conditions such as allergies, asthma, recurrent infectious, hypersensitivity to certain drugs and or certain immunologic diseases. Before continuing, a little history… Nasal polyposis was first reported…

Who Can Benefit From Myomassology?

Myomassology is a manual manipulation therapy that is designed to treat various physical problems with the use of many of the different massage disciplines that are popularly used for their health benefits and magnificent results when used to address specific health issues. In general, Myomassology is a massage therapy that is done in accordance to…

How to Identify Ovarian Cyst Burst Symptoms

Ovarian cysts are experienced by most women at a few point in their life and most clear up naturally on their own. Some, though, can become large and impact a woman’s health. Cysts are fluid-filled sacs that can develop either inside or on the outside of the ovaries. Most cysts are harmless; these cysts are…

Bacterial Food Poisoning

The feeling of a rumbling stomach followed by nausea, vomiting, cramping and diarrhea hours after a scrumptious meal is unfortunately an all too common one. This type of sickness is brought on by  food  and is referred to as  food   poisoning . While this is a common condition and usually a fairly mild one,  food   poisoning …

Something You Should To Know About Peptic Ulcer

Many people are suffering from peptic  ulcer .It is generally known that  ulcer  appears to men,but nowadays women also suffer from peptic  ulcer .The peptic  ulcer  deals with the digestive process.For example the  ulcer  in the lining of the stomach is calling the gastric  ulcer  and the  ulcer  in the upper part of small intestine, or duodenum,…

The Facts About Herpes Simplex 1

Herpes Simplex 1 is a type that is commonly referred to as cold sores. They appear on the face, especially around the lips. Don’t let the location of it fool you though as Herpes Simplex 1 on the face is just the same as what you find on the genitals with Herpes Simplex 2. In…

Polymyositis: Part III

PM may cause pain and tenderness over the muscles hence may be confused with Polymyalgia Rheumatica and Fibromyalgia. Polymyositis is a systemic disease and hence has a range of physical symptoms. Some of the important symptoms associated with PM are:- · Morning Stiffness · Fatigue · Anorexia · Fever · Weight loss Apart from these…

Mortgage Rates

So my 12 year old daughter asks, “Why is it that any time there is good news about the economy they also say that there is pressure on mortgage rates to rise? Why does the good news also mean bad news?” A fair question in my opinion. Scan the headlines – “Jobless Numbers Down –…

Overweight and Heart Disease

In discussing overweight and heart disease, let us look at some statistics. More than 64 percent of Americans are overweight, of which 27% are obese. An overweight person is one having a BMI of over 25, and in an obese person, a BMI of over 30. Overweight has long been identified by medical professionals as…

Types of Brain Injuries

Brain injuries are devastating injuries that occur every 15 seconds in the United States. Brain injuries are the leading cause of death in persons under the age of 45. There are approximately 5 to 6 million people living in the U.S. with brain injuries. Leading causes of brain injuries are motor vehicle accidents, falls, violence…

Prevent Heart Attacks

A condition where the oxygen and the blood supply is restricted to the heart, if left untreated results in heart attacks. It may also ultimately lead to death. You can also prevent the recovery of a heart attack by: Taking your medications regularly. These medicines are prescribed to prevent blood clots and lower the levels…

Heart Disease Risks: Myths Busted

Even though the heart is one of the most important organs in the body, most of us make assumptions about heart disease risks, sometimes founded on only a morsel of truth, that are dangerous to that oh-so-vital organ. As with anything that concerns your health, knowledge is power… getting to the bottom of those popular…

Thailand Retirement Visa

First off, the visa is actually called a non-immigrant O-A visa. To qualify you must be at least 50 years old, in good physical health and be financially able to support yourself while you are retired in Thailand. The first thing you should do is contact the nearest Royal Thai Consulate and get the latest…