A Cough – A Little More Complicated Than it Sounds

A cough may be a good thing or a bad thing. Mostly, it’s a good thing. It alerts your nervous system, both consciously and subconsciously, that some problem is in the respiratory airways that shouldn’t be there. This is not the case where someone has a psychogenic problem where they cough when they feel nervous,…

3 Unique Methods Proven to Increase Hair Growth

There are a lot of different products on the market out there that supposedly claim to make your hair grow back. Well as you can imagine most of them are nothing but gimmicky products aimed to take your money. If you want to truly increase hair growth without spending a dime on these things, you…

Learn More About Sarcomatoid Carcinoma

What is Sarcomatoid cancer? Sarcomatoid cancer (SARC) of the lung is a rare type of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). Non-Small Cell lung cancer accounts for about 80% of all lung cancers. There are several types of Non-Small Cell lung cancer and each type is associated with a uniquely different type of cancer cells. Sarcomatoid…

Respiratory Alkalosis

What is this Condition? Respiratory alkalosis is a condition marked by a decrease in the partial pressure of carbon dioxide of less than 35 millimeters of mercury, which is due to alveolar hyperventilation. Uncomplicated respiratory alkalosis leads to a decrease in hydrogen ion concentration, which causes elevated blood pH. Hypocapnia (decreased carbon dioxide in the…

The Best Cold Calling Script

The best cold calling script answers the question, “why shouldn’t I hang up on you?” To take it even further, the best cold calling script does it in the first 30 seconds; because let’s be honest, if you don’t hook the prospect in the first 30 seconds… you’re done. First off, when we say script…

Chronic Bronchitis Treatments

Chronic bronchitis is described as an inflammation of the bronchi in the respiratory system. Some of the symptoms include shortness of breath, coughing upon waking, and expectoration of mucus. The condition is considered ‘chronic’ when it persists for at least 3 months per year, for two or more years. Although there is no medically recognized…

Cat Arthritis

Cat arthritis is not a very common ailment among healthy cats. Most arthritis found in cats is from an accident that has made the bones or joints weak. Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints and there is more than one type of arthritis that can affect your cat. Cats usually suffer with two different…

Rotator Cuff Tendonitis and A Shoulder Tendon Rupture

Sometimes patients who have been suffering from long term shoulder pain will develop a sudden worsening of this long term pain and have to revisit the doctor. Oftentimes this visit will involve an MRI in order to discover the nature of this resurgent pain. It is not uncommon when someone has had years of shoulder…

Coping With Cerebral Palsy

Children with CP are more likely to have behavioral and emotional difficulties than the non-disabled kids, which may have a potentially deleterious effect on quality of life.They shouldn’t be treated with pity and sorrow as they experience life as most children do. Great deal of effort is needed to support the social and educational cause.…

Astral Catalepsy Guide (Sleep Paralysis)

If you’ve already been exploring the idea of astral projection, you will no doubt have come across the a technique called the “Monroe Technique.” Designed by Robert Allan Monroe of the Monroe Institute, this technique was crafted from his own personal experiences in astral travel. In this step by step astral projection guide using the…

Osteoporosis May Lead to Fractures

Osteoporosis is a diseases that affects the strength of bones and could lead to fractures. The bone mineral density is reduced, the structure of the bone is changed and the collagen amounts present in the bones is altered when a person has osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is most prominent in women older than 55. The World Health…

Back Pain With Rash A Sign Of Shingles

The varicella-zoster virus, also known as the chickenpox virus, lies dormant in the body’s nerve roots after you have chickenpox. According to the National Institutes of Health, 25% of the population experienced a resurgence of the virus later in life, causing a condition known as shingles. The time frame and severity of shingles symptoms varies…