Heart Disease is number one killer in Women

Heart Disease is number one killer in Women Indore:  January, 6th 2011: It is considered that Heart Disease is predominantly a disease of Men. Contrary to the common belief the fact is that Heart Disease is the number one cause of Death in Women and is more common than all cancer combined. With a view…

How to Respond to a Femur Fracture

I have received numerous questions about the length of time it takes for a femur fracture to heal. Now this involves many facets of the fracture itself. Depending on the type of fracture and exact location, age of the patient, etc … will no doubt play a huge factor. Femur fractures can be stubborn when…

Hard Disk Failure

There are many different ways in which Hard Disk Failure can occur; however it could be split into 4 main categories: 1. Electronic Failure 2. Mechanical Failure 3. Firmware Corruption 4. Logical Corruption It is also possible for the faults to happen in combination with each other, depending on what exactly has happened will determine…

Heart Disease: America's leading Cause of Death – An "Equal Opportunity" Illness by Lawrence Broxmeyer MD

Inflammation plays a crucial role in the pathogenesis of arteriosclerosis, especially in acute coronary syndromes such as happen with a heart attack. And it was the very inability of ‘established’ risk factors such as high blood cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia), high blood pressure (hypertension) and smoking to fully explain the incidence of cardiovascular disease that has resulted in historically repeated…

Treatment For Shingles – What You Should Know

Shingles is not an easy condition to manage. People who have the condition should always seek a treatment for shingles. Here are some things that you may have to consider when you look for shingles treatment. Why Have I Treated It is possible for shingles to disappear on its own but it can take up…

THE CHALLENGES OF GLOBALIZATION AND THE ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCES

By Arshad Husain Abstract Globalization symbolizes the structural making of the world characterized by the free flow of technology and human resources across national boundaries presenting an ever-changing and competitive business environment. A vital aspect of globalization is the way diverse challenges are being faced by nations in an increasingly inter dependent world. No country…

Good Food Good Health – Probiotics

Hi everyone At this time of year anything we can do to help our immune system such as taking probiotics goes a long way to keep us in good health, especially when our bodies are busy fighting off the colds and viruses that are virulent during winter. As you probably know from reading previous articles…

Lump in Tonsils? Can it Be Tonsil Stones?

You've probably been told that if you feel a lump on your throat or tonsils it is an indication that you have some sort of throat infection or tonsillitis. And, if this is the case, you need to avoid social places such as school and work to keep from spreading your infection. However, what happens…

Spinal Tumor Surgery In India – Low Cost Spinal Tumor Surgery

Spinal Tumor Surgery Spine surgery to remove or resect (partially remove) a benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous) spinal tumor can help reduce or relieve persistent back or neck pain, balance problems, difficulty walking, and bowel and bladder dysfunction. When and if surgery is performed depends on many things, such as : – Tumor type, including…

5 Easy Anxiety Therapy Methods

As many of us know, anxiety disorders are very common around the world. It is defined as “a state of uneasiness and apprehension, as about future uncertainties”. Each person will deal with anxiety differently. Some of the methods may work for some but they may not work for others. Now here I want to share…

Do Women With Gestational Diabetes Need to Prepare for C-Sections?

About three to twelve percent of all pregnant women develop gestational diabetes, a condition which means high blood sugars that begins with pregnancy and often resolves itself after the mother gives birth. It is diagnosed between weeks twenty-four and twenty-eight of the pregnancy. Symptoms of gestational diabetes (GDM) are: extreme thirst hunger, or fatigue but…

Comatose Patients and the Risk of Aspiration Pneumonia

Aspiration pneumonia refers to inflammation of the lungs due to inhalation of foreign matters (food, saliva, nasal secretions). Virtually any fluids or solid irritants (dust particles) that frequently enter the airways can lead to the occurrence of aspiration pneumonia. Aspiration pneumonia can generate moderate or high fever due to inflammation of the lower respiratory tract’s…

Obesity – What Not to Do to Lose Weight

Life in today’s fast forwarded world is full of stress and anxiety. There is a never-ending struggle to succeed (or more commonly to exceed the next door) and owing to this, it’s not very uncommon to ignore our health and looks; and while this is certainly understandable to some extent considering the diabolical amount of…

Is Your Gastric Bypass Making You Malnourished?

The basic aim of a gastric bypass is to help you lose weight in order to avoid the co-morbidities of obesity, and therefore, your diet following surgery is also specially designed to achieve this objective, and also to maintain the weight loss. Postoperative dietary patterns require drastic modifications to suit the new metabolic and physiological…

3 home remedies for nervousness

Nervousness We’ve all been nervous at one time or another. Shaking hands, a trembling voice, and a rolling stomach are some of the most common symptoms of nervousness. A number of situations can bring on nervousness, including public speaking. In addition to those herbs listed below, other helpful herbs to combat nervousness include blue vervain,…