How to Get Rid of Thrush Within 12 Hours

Thrush is a common yeast infection caused by an overgrowth of fungus. Thrush can happen on any parts of your body and sometimes even the mouth or digestive tract. There are several ways to get rid of the yeast infections and natural cures is one of the simplest ways to get rid of the yeast…

Herbal Cure for Hepatitis B

INDIAN HERBAL SCIENTISTS claim to have found an effective and cheap treatment for the Hepatitis B, the dreaded disease that has some two billion infected people (infected with HBV – Hepatitis B virus), out of which more than 350 million have chronic (lifelong) infections, across the globe. Lucknow based International Institute of Herbal Medicine (IIHM),…

Cirrhosis – Effects and Conditions

Cirrhosis is the irreversible scarring, due to excessive consumption of alcohol or a viral infection like hepatitis C, of the liver. This usually happens during the end stages of severe liver disorders. The normal tissue of the liver is destroyed when cirrhosis occurs, and fibrous scarred tissue replaces it. This causes permanent damage to the…

Blood in Stool – 7 Reasons Found in the Colon

Blood in stool is often discovered with some perplexity, accompanied appropriately by exclamations of ‘bloody’ (not expletive). Dots of blood, scarlet red, stand out unmistakably on excrement. Maroon red blotches of blood besmirches the toilet tissue. Bright red spots of blood dribble into the toilet bowl or down the legs. Quite naturally, a sudden bout…

What Do You Know About the Coxsackie Virus?

The Coxsackie viruses comprise a large subgroup of the enteroviruses. They produce a variety of illnesses in humans, including aseptic meningitis, herpangina, pleurodynia, hand, foot and mouth disease, myo- and pericarditis, common cold, and possibly diabetes, Coxsackie viruses have been divided into 2 groups; A and B, having different pathogenic potentials for mice. Coxsackie B…

Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart – Study Made Easy

Anatomy and physiology study is normally broken down into 12 sections, with each section representing one system of the body, for example, the endocrine system. When you begin revising, it is recommended that you take 1 system of the body and learn it on its own. Various body systems are similar in nature so learning…

Silent Heart Attack Symptoms

The first and only symptom of a silent heart attack (SHA) could be sudden death! A study found that death rates from silent attacks were the same as those from non-silent heart attacks. SHA symptoms are not typical as heart attacks go – a SHA is very hard to detect and is usually detected long…