The Hepatitis Epidemic

Today, an estimated 5 million Americans are infected with Hepatitis C – and most of them don’t know it. That is 1 out of every 50 people…..and some will be people you know. One out of every 10 Veterans is infected, 62% of Vietnam Vets have it. Three people with Hep C die every day,…

What Are Alcoholic Liver Disease Symptoms?

Do you know how much fat there is in your liver? If there is 5 to 10% of fat existing in your liver then you have a liver disease. You need to consult a doctor to determine if it is alcoholic or non alcoholic. You need to be treated immediately if you really acquired the…

Gas and Acid Reflux

Talking about having gas may be politically incorrect, but in extreme cases of gas and acid reflux you may want to visit your physician to rule out some more serious ailment like gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). What Is Flatulence (gas)? Let’s talk about gas and acid reflux a bit or to be more politically correct,…

Heart Problems

In the last newsletter, we worked through the anatomy of the heart — primarily to lay the groundwork for this issue. By using what we learned in the last issue, we can now explore: Things that can go wrong with the heart. Medical treatments. Limitations that may be inherent in some of those treatments. What…

Heart Attack Statistics in the United States

Heart attacks and heart disease are among the leading causes of preventable deaths every year, and millions of Americans are affected either directly or indirectly by them. As the United States continues to struggle with problems such as obesity and over-rich diet, more and more Americans find themselves developing the health problems that will eventually…

Symptoms Of Heart Disease – The Masters of Disguise

Statistic after statistic shows that heart disease is on the increase and yet most of us do not recognize the symptoms of heart disease. The term Heart Disease covers a number of more specific diseases, which affect either the heart itself or the arteries supplying blood to the heart. However the common factor in 99%…

Levels Of Prevention And Public Health Programs

Levels of preventions are subdivided into three categories: primary, secondary and tertiary level. First is the Primary level of prevention. It is the most basic and the most desirable form of prevention since it primarily focuses on the avoidance of the occurrence of a problem. It provides specific protection against diseases. Primary preventive actions spare…

Provillus Before and After – Did it Work?

When hair loss occurs, whether you are a man or a woman, it is usually devastating. In most cases, you just want it to end now. Stopping the hair loss cycle and growing new hair is possible, and by reading about people who have dealt with hair loss in the past, you can find the…