High Blood Cholesterol Candidate for Heart Attack

Cholesterol, a yellowish fatty substance, is one of the essential ingredients of the body. Although it is essential to life, it has a bad reputation, being a major villain in heart disease. Every person with a high blood cholesterol is regarded as a potential candidate for heart attack, a stroke or high blood pressure. Cholesterol…

What is atheroma (atherosclerosis)?

What is Cardiovascular disease?Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is an abnormal function of the heart or blood vessels. It can increase the risk for heart attack, heart failure, stroke, cardiac rhythm problems, thus resulting in decreased quality of life and decreased life expectancy. When doctors use the term ‘Cardiovascular Disease’ they usually mean diseases of the heart…

Lung Nodules – Detection And Cure

Lung nodules, also medically referred to as pulmonary nodules are miniature, roundish growth that appear on the lung, that is usually about three centimeters or less in size. Lung nodules can be cancerous or can be caused by other serious diseases. Cancerous nodules are usually identified by rapid growth that quickly become masses. About 40…

Is There A Mesothelioma Cure?

Let’s see if we can determine whether or not there is a mesothelioma cure. In this day and age it can seem absurd that there are no cures for cancer let alone a mesothelioma cure. Mesothelioma is a cancer, and as such, there is no true “cure” for it yet. However, if the disease is…

Grow Taller With These New Methods

Have you ever wondered if there were a way in which you could naturally increase your height? Are you unhappy with your current height? Well if you no longer want to be short then you need to simply keep reading. There are many different things you can start doing at home which will help you…

Chest Pain During Cold Weather Exercise

Exercising in cold weather can cause chest pain in some people who have no problems when they exercise in warm weather. When cold wind blows on your face, your heart rate slows down. This decreases the blood flow to the heart and can cause pain in people with blocked coronary arteries. The blood supply to…

Cyberknife Treatment for Kidney and Renal Cell Cancer

Cancer of the kidney is a disease that begins in the kidneys. There are several types of kidney cancer; the most common type in most adults is renal cell cancer. Another form of cancer called the Wilms’ tumor is most common in children. Kidney cancer is usually treated by surgically removing the kidneys. The Colorado…

Overview of Shoulder Injuries

This article is an overview of common shoulder injuries in work injury and personal injury cases. Rotator Cuff Injuries The rotator cuff (“R/C”) is a common area for injuries that involve weakness, tenderness and pain. The rotator cuff is essentially comprised of the shoulder joint. Tendons are able to slide along an empty sac surrounding…

Cracked and Fractured Teeth

People today live longer and dentists work a great time ensuring for many people to keep their teeth healthier than ever before. Today our teeth are exposed to longer years of crack due to our induced habits such as clenching, grinding and especially chewing hard things such as ice can result in cracks and fractures…

Motorcycle Fatality Trend Must Be Curbed

To put the brakes on the increase in motorcycle accident fatalities, we need more rider education and training, road designs that consider motorcycle dynamics, law enforcement training, and tougher standards for helmet certification labeling. Secretary Peters is one of the many "baby-boomers" who have recently returned to riding motorcycles after years of not riding. In…