How to Stimulate Black Hair Growth

It is many girls’ dream to have a head of long flowing black hair. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than done. Hair tends to become brittle and break easily. So how do you stimulate growth and prevent hair from falling off at the same time? First, you have to have a basic understanding of how the…

I’ve Got A What? – A Brain Tumor!

Being diagnosed with a brain tumor is a nightmare and it turns your world upside down. I luckily had very little time between being diagnosed with my benign meningioma and it being surgically removed but the time I did have was spent frantically trawling the internet trying to find some answers to my questions of…

High Death Toll From Pneumonia

Pneumonia kills over 60,000 Americans every year and it remains a leading cause of death of children worldwide. This is tragic considering the fact that the disease can be cured with early detection and treatment. Pneumonia is the inflammation of the lung in which the air spaces are filled with mucus and fluid, making breathing…

Facts about the Common Cold Incubation Period

The typical common cold incubation period is from two to five days, but symptoms can appear in as little as ten hours after the virus first enters the nose. The range of the common cold incubation period may be explained by the number of different viruses that can cause common cold symptoms. It is known…

Bronchitis – Signs and Symptoms

Acute bronchitis develops suddenly. It generally lasts less than 2 weeks. Most healthy people who develop bronchitis get better without any complications. Acute bronchitis usually begins with the symptoms of a cold, such as a runny nose, sneezing and dry cough. However, the cough soon becomes deep and painful. Coughing brings up a greenish yellow…

How Can Hip Braces Help Relieve Your Pain?

Hip pain can be caused by a number of different types of injuries and conditions. Your pain may be the result of: arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, strains and fractures. Pain may also be caused by a condition called osteonecrosis. Osteonecrosis occurs when the blood flow to the hip bone is restricted. This lack of blood flow…

Hip Stress Fractures – Are You at Risk?

Low bone density makes people over 65 more susceptible to having hip stress fractures. But an increasing number of young people now have weak bones and are at risk due to a poor diet and lifestyle. The risk of hip stress fractures may increase for a number of reasons. While some of these reasons are…

What is the Latest Advanced Treatment of Cerebral Palsy?

Cerebral palsy can be commonly termed as brain paralysis. It is a condition relating to disorders of body movement, balance and posture. The major causes of cerebral palsy include abnormal development or damage to one or more parts of the brain, which may result in disorders in body movement, balance and posture. Cerebral palsy is…

The Link Between Crohn’s Disease And Lower Back Pain

Crohn’s disease is characterized by inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract lining and can affect any area of the tract between the mouth and anus. The most common form of the disease affects the small intestine and colon. Crohn’s causes symptoms both inside and outside the gastrointestinal tract. Gastrointestinal symptoms include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, weight loss…

Internal Combustion Model Airplane Engines

Although today, with the technological advancement of model airplane power plants, especially on the electric motors which now uses Lithium Polymer batteries, we should also learn the internal combustion type. Because without those miniature internal combustion engines, radio controlled airplanes and helicopters will not become a reality because there were no available electric motors powerful…

Can’t Sit Comfortably Due to Sciatic Nerve Pain?

Are you having Sciatic Nerve pain in your lower back that sometimes radiates down your leg and you find it impossible to sit down comfortably? Relief is on the way! The Sciatic Nerve is actually three nerve endings that exit the base of your spinal column, then travel across your buttocks and down the backs…