Hepatitis C and Cats

There seems to be a lot written lately about Hepatitis C. It is a disease that can develop into cancer causing liver failure. There is a herb that grows in the Peruvian Amazon and sold as an over the counter drug in South America called Cats Claw. It contains substances in its inner bark that…

Lemon Juice For Kidney Stones

Kidney stones are not what one would call a major health problem, but they are definitely a problem. There are several home remedies that different people like to use, such as lemon juice. Lemon juice is widely known to efficiently help dissolve stones with surprising quickness. The key to using home remedies is using them…

Cat Vomiting: Causes and Treatments

Vomiting that occurs occasionally in an otherwise healthy cat is generally not a cause for concern. Vomiting that persists for over 72 hours with or without signs of illness such as appetite loss, depression, lethargy, or diarrhea can indicate a more severe problem and should be addressed. The fluids lost during vomiting result in dehydration…

The Dangers of Eating Undercooked Chicken

You hear a lot of scary stories about people contracting illnesses which have been linked to undercooked chicken and unfortunately the results of eating n undercooked one can be severe and even fatal. The problem is often that if you cook a chicken after defrosting, it may require a longer cooking time. Cooking in a…

Morphea Scleroderma – Is There a Cure?

Morphea scleroderma is a medical term for localized scleroderma. This type of scleroderma affects only the skin, and not the internal organs, which makes it less harmful, but with a lot more visible external symptoms. This type of scleroderma can be treated naturally, and can be cured. Read on to learn more. Morphea scleroderma is…

Histoplasmosis -Definition, Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Histoplasmosis , also called as Darling’s disease , is a disease caused when airborne spores of the fungus Histoplasma capsulatum are inhaled into the lungs.This infectious disease primarily affects the lungs & sometimes can spread to other parts of the body. This kind of the disease is known as disseminated histoplasmosis, and it can be…

Rheumatic Heart Disease

100 years ago Rheumatic fever was the leading cause of death in people aged 5-20 years in the United States. Entire hospitals were dedicated to the treatment of rheumatic fever in children. Today Rheumatic heart disease is rarely seen industrialized countries do to the proper diagnosis and treatment of strep throat. Rheumatic fever occurs when…

2 Main Causes of Heart Attack

Heart attack is associated with the supply or drainage of blood from the heart. Causes of heart attack are attributed to the arteries that supply blood to the muscle tissue of the heart, or the veins that take blood away from the heart. Causes of heart attack are discussed below: 1) Lack of exercise: This…