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Milk Soy Protein Intolerance: A Mother's Perspective I first learned of Milk Soy Protein Intolerance (MSPI) in the office of a pediatric gastroenterologist's office with my seven-week-old son, Max. After the first week of his life Max lost weight and was labeled "failure to thrive." As an...

Neem Tree and Neem Tree Oil The Neem Tree Information about Neem Oil The National Institutes of Health, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and a sister agency to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, has created a database of national and...

Over The Counter Acne Treatments – Do They Work? Over the counter, sometimes referred to as otc for short, products are starting to become an increasingly popular alternative to prescription medication in the treatment of acne. These products are readily available as you don't need a...

Plastic Surgeons in New York, Florida, Chicago, Los Angeles Named America’s Top Plastic Surgeons Camas, Wash. November 23, 2004 - When asked, "Which Specialists in your field would you consider most desirable for care of a loved one?" many doctors, though extremely busy don't hesitate to answer. MDNationwide.org randomly asked that...

Pulling The Roots Of Disease "Anybody who tells you that disease has only one cause, and that drugs and surgery are the solution, is DEAD WRONG." Dr. Ward Coleman, N.D. Unhealthy aging and diseases of the body systems (such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, immune...

rX My Heart and Hope to Die This must be a mistake! How could his drug costs rise from $150 a month to $1101 in just three weeks? My hands shook while I read the pharmacy bill. There was no mistake. The bill I held recorded the drugs ordered by my fathers Alzheimers'...

Santa Goes Low Carb! North Pole- The word is out! Due to an "unpublished dilemma" last Christmas Eve Santa has gone Low Carb! Sources reveal that Santa was stuck in a chimney somewhere in California for over an hour last Christmas Eve - how embarrassing! The...

Skin Cancer - a Reminder We need to get alerted: skin cancer is the most popular cancer. Every year, more than 1,000,000 skin cancer cases are diagnosed and tens of thousands of skin cancer patients die in the U.S. alone. The number of skin cancer exceeds that of all...

Skin Types, Sunscreen Products & SPF Whether you’re outdoors for recreational or work purposes, repeated exposure to the sun will have its natural consequences for your skin. Regardless of color, skin that is repeatedly exposed to the sun tends to become tough and thick. Beyond...

Skincare Tips: Don't Forget Your Sunscreen, Indoors Or Out (NC)—You can never overdo the sunscreen reminder, say skincare specialists, especially when it comes to keeping both the aging UVA and the burning UVB rays off your face and lips. "Too often we hear women say they forget to apply a daily...

Sunburn, UV Overexposure & Skin Cancer: Prevention or Cure? Overexposure to the sun and UV rays is rarely obvious at the time, -- and on many occasions, probably quite unintentional. However repeated exposure has rather more adverse long-term implications for our bodies and our health. We’re all well...

Surgical Biomaterials and Tissue Regeneration Technologies Plants, invertebrate animals, amphibians and even reptiles have the ability to regenerate lost or damaged body parts. In the case of lizards, for example, this is a defensive mechanism. When a predator attacks, the lizard can break off its own...

The Art of Worrying I am worried. I have been biting my nails for weeks and now there is not much left (skin doesn’t taste very good) on my hands and feet to chew on. I have been bent over the sink retching, I am constantly nauseated with pounding headaches beating...

The Cold Facts about Hypothermia If you ever go to cold countries, you should undoubtedly have heard of Hypothermia. If you haven't, you should learn something about it. Your very own life may depend on knowing the information below: Hypothermia is a condition marked by an...

The Debate about Cloning There are two types of cloning. One involves harvesting stem cells from embryos ("therapeutic cloning"). These are the biological equivalent of a template. They can develop into any kind of mature functional cell and thus help cure many...

The stumped surgeon said 'Where'd the tumor go!' First, I must tell you this story has a double whammy to it. As you might already know, I work in a health food store. So I am frequently hearing some amazing stories. Last week was no exception. A customer was checking out when she told me...

Things You Ought To Know First Before Undergoing Liposuction Surgery According to the medical dictionary of Medline Plus, liposuction is the removal of excess body fat by suction with specialized surgical equipments, typically performed by a plastic surgeon. With the removal of excess body fat, the body...

This Article Will Shock You If You Use Toothpaste This article will shock you if you use toothpaste, shampoo, shower gel, bath foam and other personal care and household products. Most of us happily purchase personal care and household products without giving it a second thought. ...

Three Questions People Are Asking About Health Care in America Q. Why is there so may uninsured people in America? A. There are over 44 million uninsured people in this country and over 75 million underinsured because of three main factors: 1. Insurance rates continue to rise each year by 10-25%...

Tips to Choosing a Tanning or Sunscreen Agent Remember the days of ordering a coffee at your favourite café -when your most difficult decision was to choose between an espresso, a cappuccino or a flat white? Today of course, your choices are much more diverse – throw in Affogattos, Machhiatos,...

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