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Combining Therapies Intelligently

Friday, December 24th, 2010

Although medical consumers enthusiastically embrace a wide array of therapies, from natural medicine to psychotherapy, they often feel that they are on their own when it’s time to add to conventional care. Most medical doctors seem ill at ease with alternatives or frankly admit to knowing little about them. Patients may be reluctant to turn to their primary care providers for advice. On the other hand, consumers know that they need to exercise good judgment when they choose practitioners and remedies from complementary sources. They understand that drugs and herbs can work at cross purposes and they are willing to research the various ways to combine kinds of care that are easily available, regulated, or well-known with those that are not. Here are a few tips for adding complementary therapies to your medical care in an intelligent way:
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Clinical Methods for Early Detection of Prostate Cancer

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

It was a scientist named Leonard Hayflick who discovered that most normal human cell types lose their ability to divide and ultimately die after undergoing a limited number of cell divisions.

Such cells contain no active telomerase, an enzyme required to maintain chromosome stability in dividing cells. (more…)

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Why Should I finish my Prescription Antibiotics? Part 2

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

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Colds and flu are caused by viruses and not by bacteria. Antibiotics do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING against viruses. That’s right – ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. It is possible to be so sick with a virus that you can’t fight off your normal resident bacteria and develop a secondary bacterial infection and for that you need antibiotics, but 99% of the time, you have to get over a virus all by yourself. If you go to the clinic and your health care provider gives you a prescription for antibiotics for a cold or flu, you’ll feel better in the same 10 days that you would have if you had not spent the money and took Tylenol and drank lots of liquids. (more…)

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Why Should I finish my Prescription Antibiotics? Part 1

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Antibiotics are the miracle drugs of our modern age. Imagine having a bladder infection or an ear infection or an infected cut on your arm and not having an antibiotic to treat it. (more…)

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Treatment a Resistant Infections

Monday, December 7th, 2009

In the last several years, more adults and children have experienced infections that are resistant to antibiotics. This has been specifically the truth for people who experience ear, nose and throat problems. (more…)

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Antibiotics Against a Urinary Tract Infection

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Can you explain a Urinary Tract Infection?

It is the most common infection in humans. By now you must be asking yourself how you can keep yourself from getting a UTI, the symptoms, and causes.

Urinary tract infections, also known as UTIs, can create the urge for people to frequently use the bathroom. The most typical kind of bacterial infection is a urinary tract infection, mostly occurring in females, and actually one out of two females will have a minimum of one infection in their life. It is rare for males and children to get a UTI; however, when it happens to them, the problems and outcome can be very bad. (more…)

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Erectile Dysfunction and Remedies to Improve Your Sexual Life

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Factors that occur in aging men, such as emotional problems and decline in physical health, can contribute to erectile difficulties. These tips may be helpful for men whose problem stems from emotional issues. Otherwise, if there is a medical issue, there are current operations and help that can bring your physical health back.
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Treat Migraines without Prescription Drugs

Thursday, September 24th, 2009

Options for Preventing and Relieving Migraine Pain

A debilitating condition afflicting 18% to 21% of the American population, migraine headache pain can have a negative impact on society. Negatively affecting job performance, day to day routines and familial and social relations, migraine sufferers are on a ceaseless journey to find relief and to stop migraines from ever happening.
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Prescription Drugs and Other Remedies for Relief Arthritis Pain

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

About 33 percent of adults have pain from arthritis. There are two types of arthritis, a painful joint inflammation, that we can suffer from: rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.

The breakdown of your joint’s cartilage is called osteoarthritis. The knees, fingers, or wrists are normally affected. Joints and other body parts, like the lungs and heart, can be affected by rheumatoid arthritis. You might have a type of arthritis if you experience pain in both of your knees or wrists. (more…)

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Prescription Drugs and Yeast Infections

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

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Yeast infections can be caused by a variety of things. A yeast infection can be caused by new yeast entering the vaginal area. A yeast infection, however, can occur when the amount of yeast which already exists in the vagina increases. Antibiotics taken for other ailments may result in a yeast infection. In the instance where the inner vagina is harmed (potential side effect of chemotherapy), a woman may develop a vulnerability to yeast infections also. Women who are taking birth control pills, are pregnant, have a suppressed immune system or have diabetes mellitus have a greater chance of contracting a yeast infection than other women. (more…)

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