Sore Throat in Children

 Sore   throat  in children is very common. Experts say it is one of the leading causes to the absence of kids from school. It normally comes accompanied by a cold. Viral throat infections are stubborn and take time to clear. You have to bear in mind that even though a  sore   throat  can clear on…

Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy

What are the tonsils (tonsillitis)? The Tonsils are an accumulation of lymphoid tissue (tissue that produces antibodies) of ovoid shape, located on the wall of the oropharynx. They have on their surface structures called crypts, which are tubular and extend into the depth of the tonsils. The abnormal growth (hyperplasia) of the tonsils may cause…

Crohn’s Disease Pain

Crohn’s is a chronic inflammation of intestinal wall. Crohns disease pain is the consequence of this inflammation. Initial treatments of the disease mainly tackle with the inflammation. It is quite essential but at the same time the importance of a complete Crohns nutrition plan cannot be ignored. Diarrhea and reduced appetite may result in weight…

Global Obesity

Global obesity is as much of an epidemic worldwide as it is in America. Internationally over 22 million children under the age of 5 are overweight. Developing countries have seen an increase in child obesity as they adapt to westernized lifestyles and behaviors. In some cases the child obesity rates have surpassed the rates in…

Preventing Knee Sprain

Individuals can prevent knee sprains by following some simple guidelines. These injuries are painful as it is caused due to sudden tearing or stretching of ligaments in the knee joints. Ligaments are the connective tissues binding the joint together. They are important in the knee as they support the joint and hold bones in position.…

Home Remedies – Onion Cures

How To Use an Onion To Remove A Splinter If you are wondering how you can remove a 1/4 inch [6 mm] splinter from your child’s foot, here is how an onion can help! Take a 1/4 inch thick piece of onion, place it over the splinter site, and wrap a bandage around it to…

Cervical Conception Cap Insemination

Many couples who are facing infertility find that there are few satisfying therapeutic options between timing ovulation and undergoing IVF. There is another lesser known category of treatment that couples can consider; cervical cap insemination. To use this technique, the semen is collected and placed into a small cap which is inserted into the vagina…

Natural Treatment for Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction

The Sphincter of Oddi is a central gate to many liver, gallbladder and pancreas problems. Many scientists believe that the Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction (SOD) is a culprit of the pancreas diseases and it is the common source of chronic pain after gallbladder removal. Around the common bile duct, pancreatic duct and the duodenum wall…

What is the MMS Protocol?

Jim Humble’s Miracle Mineral Supplement has been around now for a number of years, and with a monthly volume of around 15,000 units getting shipped out all around the world, it seems as though it will become more and more difficult to deny the efficacy of this amazing compound. What’s more is that as the…

Menstrual Cycles That Sync: A Mystery Unraveled

“I know this sounds crazy but I know when my menstrual period is going to start because when my girlfriend at the office starts her period mine will always come the next day.” Sound familiar? First of all, no, you are not crazy, and without a doubt this is exactly what is happening. Second, with…

What is Cholesterol, Anyway?

What is cholesterol anyway? It is a fatty, waxy substance that’s everywhere in your body. In fact, it’s involved with things like bile, cell membranes, vitamin D and even cell membranes. In other words — it’s involved with nearly everything. Not to mention it insulates nerves as well. We get cholesterol from our diet, but…

The Early Signs of Multiple Sclerosis

There are several early signs of multiple sclerosis. Have you ever experienced tingling, numbness, loss of balance, weakness in one or more limbs, blurred or double vision? These are some of the most typical signs or symptoms that might suggest to a doctor that you have multiple sclerosis. The signs may come on so gradually…

My 2nd Heart Attack

This is a really difficult article to write, as the feelings that keep pushing at me are shame, embarrassment and a load of guilt. But I know it is very important to share what I have experienced, and perhaps help someone with similar symptoms. For the last 4-5 weeks I have been having a tightening…