HEALTH

tuberculosis infection

New test approved for TB; an ancient disease that still plagues mankind today

Tuberculosis (also known as consumption) has been plaguing mankind for more than 8,000 years. In fact, skeletal remains of Egyptian mummies dated from 3,000-2,400 BC have shown decay caused by TB, while scientists report that tuberculosis was most likely present in the “New World” from around 100 AD. However, while many people in the United States think of it as …

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Varicose Veins

VenaSeal – Vanquishing varicose veins

The U.S. FDA has just approved the VenaSeal closure system (VenaSeal system) to permanently treat varicose veins of the legs by sealing the affected superficial veins (those close to the skin) using an adhesive agent. There are also veins deeper within the body veins. Both types have one-way valves that open to let blood flow through and then close to …

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Neuracel Reviews

Neuracel Reviews – Top Neuropathic Pain Treatment There are quite a few posts treating Neuracel product, a widely unknown remedy for pain (as advertised). Neuracel it is marketed as a sciatica pain relief, a neuropathy support formula or as a neuropathic pain treatment. In order to learn a bit more about Neuracel, we will try to reply to each of …

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cosentyx fda approved

Helping to heal the “heartbreak” of psoriasis

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved Cosentyx (secukinumab) to treat adults with moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis by preventing the protein IL-17A (which is involved in inflammation) from binding to its receptor, thus inhibiting its ability to trigger the inflammatory response that plays a role in the development of the skin ailment. Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease linked to a …

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brain stroke

Stent-sational news for stroke victims

Doctors attending yesterday’s American Stroke Association conference in Nashville, TN reported that brain stents can not only provide stroke patients with the ability to survive, but “live independently 3 months after their stroke.” In fact, it was reported that using the stents cut the death rate for victims by nearly 50%, resulting in a move to discontinue the trials early …

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Love the Skin You’re In!

The Skin is the body’s largest organ and one of the primary Detoxification organs.  We often disregard the importance the skin plays in our overall health and longevity. Our first defense against contact germs, viruses and toxins, the immune system delegates this immense responsibility to the Skin! Aid in the healthy function of the Immune and Endocrine systems and support …

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chalazion

Treating blocked eyelids need not be challenging

Chalazia, like sties, affect the oil producing meibomian glands of the upper and lower eyelid, and often start out as red, tender and swollen lumps that can grow from “small pimples to about the size of a pea. However, while a sty is an acute infection of one of the 30-40 meibomian (oil producing) glands in the eyelids, a chalazion …

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Cognimaxx XL Review

Cognimaxx XL The  All New Brain Supplement In the world of food supplements, there is a new addition of a brain supplement named Cognimaxx XL. Somehow pretty much every person interested about Lecithin and its effect knows few words about Cognimaxx XL as well despite being a new released product which somehow goes towards the same direction helping you to …

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fibrocystic breast

Diet can play a big part in dealing with fibrocystic breast disease

It has been estimated that more than 50% of women of child-bearing age end up with fibrocystic breast disease, in which noncancerous breast lumps develop as a result of hormonal fluctuations, related to the menstrual cycle. It has also been attributed to iodine deficiency, and abnormal production of breast milk. In addition to estrogen, progesterone and prolactin, other hormones such …

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skin cancer mole

Staying vigilant about the signs of skin cancers

While no one wants to be diagnoses with skin cancer, it is good to know that the two most basic types, basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas are easily treated if caught early enough. In fact, basal cell cancer is the most common, and unlike squamous, or the (potentially) deadly melanoma, it does not generally spread unless it has been …

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