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How To Get Relief From Snoring For Good Nighttime Sleep?

How To Get Relief From Snoring For Good Nighttime Sleep?

Do you have major snoring problems? It is a common problem in one third of adults. This condition often causes daytime sleepiness for you and your partner. Usually snoring occurs when the tissue in the back of the throat and the soft palate vibrates during sleep. Vibration through the nasal passages, tonsils and tongue are […]

Health News On 31 Aug 2007

Surgery For Type 2 Diabetes? UK Surgeons leading a study on a form of gastric bypass for people with Type 2 diabetes have found that some of their patients no longer had diabetes after the operation. Increased Risk Of Brain Damage In Alcoholics With Cirrhosis Sustained exposure to alcohol can cause scarring and dysfunction of […]

Risk Of Oropharyngeal Cancer Increased By HPV Infection

Though the overall incidence of head and neck cancers has fallen in the United States, the rate of oropharyngeal (chiefly, tonsil and base of tongue) cancers is stagnant and appears to be rising is certain populations and these trends are likely due to oncogenic human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. A review published in the journal Cancer, […]

Chlamydia Infection Can Lead To Infertility In Young Women!

Chlamydia Infection Can Lead To Infertility In Young Women!

Chlamydia is one of the sexually transmitted diseases. It is mainly caused by the bacterium called as Chlamydia trachomatis. This bacterium can damage a woman’s reproductive organs. Usually the Chlamydia symptoms are mild or negligible, but in some severe conditions this can cause permanent harm, even infertility also. This can occur silently and even you […]

Health News On 30 Aug 2007

Risk For HIV Transmission Increased With Use Of Methamphetamine New findings that one in 20 North Carolina men who have sex with men (MSM) reported using crystal methamphetamine during the previous month suggests increased risk for spreading HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Many Parkinson’s Disease Patients Continue To Experience Pd-Related Depressive Symptoms Despite […]

Coffee Linked With High Blood Pressure Risk

  The likelihood of having to start drug treatment to control high blood pressure, or hypertension, seems to be increased among coffee drinkers. However, researchers also found no relationship between how much coffee one drinks and increased risk of hypertension, whether one drinks one or eight cups or more per day. Although there have been […]

Ringworm Can Appear On Your Scalp, Feet Or Body!

Ringworm Can Appear On Your Scalp, Feet Or Body!

Ringworm is also termed as “Tinea”. It appears on your skin as a round or ring like shape. This disease is not due to worms, it is due to fungus called “dermatophytes”. Dermatophyte, a microscopic organism live on the dead outer layer of skin and causes infection. This infection leads to form a circular white […]

Health News On 29 Aug 2007

Meth Use May Speed Age-Related Brain Decline Young people who abuse methamphetamines may put themselves at risk of Parkinson’s-like movement disorders later in life. ‘Junk Sleep’ Damaging Teenagers’ Health British teenagers are damaging their health by not getting enough sleep because they are distracted by electronic gadgets in their bedrooms. Stroke Outcome Improves When Patients […]

Controlling The Symptoms Of Menopause Through Diet

  Even though menopause is a natural part of the life cycle, many women experience discomfort during and after menopause as their hormones establish a new balance. One of the major influences on a woman’s hormonal makeup during this realignment is her diet. “To start, every woman needs to eat the way our ancestors ate, […]

Diabetes Diet Plan To Control Your Blood Glucose Levels!

Diabetes Diet Plan To Control Your Blood Glucose Levels!

Good eating and good living can lead to healthy life when you are having diabetes. Also, diabetes diet is an important factor to consider for your well-being. At present there are 14 million people in the US who were diagnosed with diabetes. Researchers confirmed that people with diabetes often feel isolated or lonely and confused. […]