The Truth about "Super Pneumonia"

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) is a form of atypical pneumonia that generates serious impairments at pulmonary level. Although no one can deny the seriousness of SARS, the over-promoted denatured ideas and misconceptions regarding the syndrome can be easily dismissed by taking a look over the facts. The catalyst for the wide range of exaggerations…

Endometriosis and Respiratory Symptoms

For some women that are dealing with endometriosis, they may also find themselves suffering from breathing issues too. However, only a small number of women with endometriosis may also suffer from respiratory problems each month. If you are coughing up blood or having chest pains each month, suspecting that you have endometriosis may seem a…

How to Get Rid of Phlegm Buildup in the Chest

Congestion of the lungs occurs when the body is incapable of clearing the build up of mucus and fluids, this gives rise to breathing difficulties, wheeziness and coughing. A lot of people think that exposure to the cold is the only cause of chest congestion but there are several other things that can cause the…

Jaw Misalignment – What Does it Mean?

Jaw misalignment is considered to be one of the main causes of TMJ, and treatment of this disorder often focuses solely on re-aligning the jaw in order to reduce the amount of pain and discomfort associated with this condition. Jaw misalignment is characterized by the jaw joint moving out of alignment, and occurs as a…

Treatment and Healing After a Joint Dislocation

Dislocations can happen to your shoulder, hip, knee, elbow, ankle, finger, thumb, or toe. If you suspect you have a dislocated joint, seek prompt medical attention. The orthopedic specialist will have to return the joint to its normal alignment. What do I do if I think I have a dislocated joint? It is difficult to…

Different Types of Dental Teeth Fractures

The first form of crack is called an oblique supragingival fracture. This fracture is located over the gums, and typically happens when you chew down too hard on something. Typically, this fracture does not involve the nerve. When the fractured area of the tooth breaks off, the soreness will go away. Although the exposed dentin…

What Is A Greenstick Fracture?

Before we discuss what a greenstick fracture is, let us first examine where the name has come from. This conditioned was derived from the name of a type of wood known as greenstick. When you try to break this wood, it will be hard to break it all the way through. This is the same…

Astral Paralysis – How Bad Can it Get?

When an astral projection or travel is in progress, the person will experience some degree of physical paralysis which is known as astral paralysis. This just indicates that the mind split has already occurred in some form or the other. In astral paralysis, the physical body faces difficulties in different levels while animating itself when…

Low Back Pain and Sciatica – Is Osteoporosis the Cause?

Literally speaking, osteoporosis means ‘porous bones’. Individuals with osteoporosis suffer brittle bones which can be broken more readily than someone who is not suffering with osteoporosis. However, this does not mean you are going to suffer a fracture, there will be plenty of people walking around suffering with osteoporosis of the spine who will never…

Lazer Surgery for the Spine! What You Need to Know

“Laser” is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation, a unique type of light energy produced by man. Laser light is different than visible light in its characteristics of collimation (all emitted light is almost perfectly parallel), coherent (light waves are all in phase in both time and space) and monochromatic (one…