Menopause: Cessation of Menstrual Cycle

The anatomy as well as physiology of the female reproductive system is quite complex when compared with the male reproductive system. Menopause is a very prominent stage in the life cycle of all females. It can be simply defined as the absence of the menstrual cycle for at least 12 months. The transition of the…

How to Treat Sinus Polyps Effectively

Nasal polyps are known to cause a number of ailments in humans. They are fleshy growths or swellings that are found in the inner lining of the nasal passage and sinuses. Though these growths are benign, they can still cause quite a bit of bother to the person affected by them. Polyps come in a…

Cyst on Ovary – Should This Be a Concern?

Have you been diagnosed with a “cyst on ovary”? This may seem like a terrifying diagnosis, but it happens to many women. What Are Ovaries? The ovaries are two organs that are a key part of the female reproductive system. They are on each side of the uterus located in the pelvis. Each ovary is…

Oral Thrush Caused by Yeast Overgrowth

When you get a yeast infection in the mouth, it is called Thrush, characterized by redness and white bumps and can be painful. Newborns, infants, and older adults are most susceptible, but it can occur in anyone at any age. In babies that are healthy yeast infection is not usually a serious issue and can…

Information About Hepatitis C

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT Hepatitis C Hepatitis C is a blood borne infection caused by a hepatotrophic virus called Hepatitis C virus (HCV). Hepatitis C is a liver disease. Hepatitis * means inflammation of the liver. Inflammation is the painful, red swelling that results when tissues of the body become injured or infected. Inflammation…

How to Cure Gallstones Naturally

The Natural Gallstone Cure Gallstones, sometimes referred to as “gallbladder attacks”, are more than a painful nuisance. Untreated, gallstones can cause jaundice or pancreatitis, and can even require surgery with complete removal of the gallbladder. Don’t wait for what might otherwise be inevitable. Cure gallstones with natural and simple adjustments. Your Gallbladder and You The…

How to Treat a Vomiting Baby

Babies may spit up if they take in too much air when they feed and regurgitate milk along with the gas. Bottle-fed babies who bring up a lot of milk after every feeding may be intolerant of the formula, and you may need to change to another formula after consultation your baby’s doctor.  Vomiting , when…

Food Safety Bacterial Growth Requirements

As food safety bacteria are very similar to us they need similar conditions in order to grow. The main conditions are food, moisture, warmth and time. Food and Moisture. There are four main food types: · high risk foods · raw foods · low risk foods · ready to eat raw foods. High risk foods…

Symptoms And Details Of Peptic Ulcer Disease

Stress is the body’s most acquainted friend in today’s hectic fast paced world. For the last fifty or so years the workplace has become the greatest cause of our favorite condition and there are more and more people complaining of stress and stress related illness. One of these illnesses is the peptic ulcer. Just to…

What Are The Benefits Of Triphala Churna?

Ayurvedic Medicine Ayurveda is considered as an alternative and complementary medicine in most of the western countries. But then, in India it has been in use for more than several thousand years. It is, at present used extensively. It is a natural method by which one’s health can be improved. Ayurveda is used to maintain…

Defining – What is Lymphedema?

In simple terms, lymphedema may be described as swelling caused on account of the pooling of the lymph fluids. The lymphatic system is a network of lymph vessels and nodes and is responsible for transporting the body fluids to the blood stream for filtration and elimination of harmful elements. Lymphedema develops in case there is…

Two Forms of Fat Within the Body

The typical arterial wall is made up of three basic layers. There are also two forms of fat within the body which can be classified into low density protein and high density protein. The first one is considered a fat molecule, which can penetrate the arterial wall and venture deep into the arterial layers. There…

How Smoking Affects The Arteries

If your patient is a smoker, chances are she has been smoking for a long time and may not be willing to give it up just because you tell her she has to. So you’ll need to explain how cigarette smoking puts her at high risk for developing serious, life­threatening complications, including coronary artery disease…

Avoiding That Heart Attack

High blood pressure and  heart   attacks  were common in my family as I was growing up. I expected to have my first  heart   attack  around the age of 40-45. I expected to have high blood pressure and high cholesterol. But before that age, at a mere 25 years old, I caught a virus that affected…