Common Wrist Fractures and Repair

Distal Radius Fracture The most commonly broken wrist bone with a fall on an outstretched hand is a break of the distal radius. The radius is the larger of the two forearm bones and the end toward the wrist is called the distal end. When the area of ​​the radius near the wrist breaks it…

Accident Claims Helpline – Carbon Monoxide Posioning

If you have been exposed to carbon monoxide due to the negligence of a third party you could claim compensation. Due to the seriousness of carbon monoxide poisoning claiming for compensation can often be the best thing to do if you’ve been hospitalised, taken time off work or lost your job due to the poisoning.…

Mouthwashes to Treat Mouth Ulcers

Mouth ulcers-those small yellow or white eruption lined inside your mouth! They are simply painful and they can make your life miserable with their miniscule presence. These rashes as small as a few millimeters are caused inside your mouth by break in the mucous membrane and appear like a depression in them. Although mouth ulcers…

Paralysis From Spinal Cord Injuries

The spinal column encases a bundle of nerves called the spinal cord that make up a very important part of your nervous system. While your backbone does a good job to protect your spinal cord, serious accidents such as elevated falls and car wrecks can break through the spine’s defenses and sever the important nerves…

All About Hiatal Hernias

Hiatal hernias occur when part of the stomach pushes up through the diaphragm and into the chest cavity. There are several different types of hiatal hernias that can lead to uncomfortable feelings like heartburn, which may require medication to alleviate. Normally, the diaphragm separates the chest cavity from the abdomen. A hernia happens when a…

Are You Insulin Resistant?

Do you have the signs of being Insulin Resistant? Are you pre-diabetic? Do you have heart disease, high blood pressure or high cholesterol levels? Are you gaining weight around your middle even though you’re dieting? Are you depressed or chronically tired? Do you have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome? Do you have non-viral Chronic Fatigue or Fibro-myalgia?…

Hemorrhagic Proliferative Proventriculitis and Gizzard Erosion

Hemorrhagic Proliferative Proventriculitis and Gizzard Erosion. Dr.Kedar Karki Summery: A new disease condition has emerged affecting replacement pullets. It affects the birds between 2 to 10 weeks of age. The mortality rate varies between 1 to 10% and ultimately the flock is left with creation of several small poorly feathered and pale chicks. Though it…

What is Bile Reflux

We are all familiar with the condition acid reflux Bile reflux is another condition that is not discussed as much, but is very similar and sometimes can be confused with acid reflux. First, let me educate you a little bit about what bile is. Bile is a digestive fluid produced in the liver. Some of…