Aspirin

13 Dec 18

Take a 30 minute break Go breathe Eat a cloud sandwich I mean the kind with the  puffy white bread I mean with peanut butter and her friend, jelly. Pause for another big breathe Did you get enough to eat? Enough for 6 more hours at least? Stretch. Pop a few Aspirin, I mean the […]

13 Dec 18

Dandruff is a very common disorder of scalp which can really be very vexing. This mainly happens when one has an itchy and dry skin with a lot of fungus and bacteria on the scalp. Dandruffs are small white flakes which cover the scalp and if it occurs in excessive amount then one has to […]

13 Dec 18
CMFE News

Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) is a painful condition caused by the repetitive motion of arms and elbow. A kind of tendinitis, the condition involves swelling of tendons and is identified on medical examination. Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow) is an inflammatory condition observed usually in tennis players, baseball players, swimmers, carpenters, plumbers and anyone who repeats […]

13 Dec 18
The Dark Emporium

“The economic and societal importance of plants is hard to underestimate; in order to meet the global challenges facing us today, we need to invest time and money into this sector.” Eoin Lettice IF WE WERE to close our eyes and imagine a world without animals, what would it look like? It’s not that difficult […]

13 Dec 18
Michael's space

Let me see, I had a horrific cold 3 weeks ago, another 2 weeks ago, and I am currently with a head cold or the flu. Who cares, I am getting good at fighting them with my old standby:  lots of fluids, rest and eat light and sleep or rest when I am feverish (take […]

12 Dec 18
TMI!

First let me vomit some information onto you. drug development cycle lasts ~15 years and 2.5 billion dollars drug design mechanism__e.g. blocking enzymes with minimal effect on everything else; block reverse transcriptase (enzyme that copies viral genome to cell genome) or protease (enzyme used to assemble new viruses); to fight inflamation: block cyclooxygenase enzymes; fight […]

12 Dec 18
drugopinions

Aspirin (or acetylsalicylic acid) is one of the oldest medications still available and used frequently in medicine. Developed in 1899, Aspirin was originally marketed for pain, fever and inflammation.  But low dose aspirin is now used commonly as an anti-platelet agent to prevent blood clots.  I think it is time to rethink Baby Aspirin and […]

12 Dec 18
Matt Myers HEAL 102-W02

15.1  – Taking responsibility for your own health care is very important as the health care system has become more complicated. Self Care is practicing behaviors that promote health and prevent disease. Some forms of self care include : Diagnosing and treating common conditions that may not require a physician visit (common cold) Proper use of over […]

12 Dec 18
Natural Consumers

We sifted through dozens of academic research articles to uncover the proven benefits of aloe vera gel. Get the facts here…

12 Dec 18
Why Green Tea Shouldn't Be A bodyweight decline Product

Another herbal remedies for liver diseases include garlic, ginger, rosemary, marjoram, oregano, aniseed, cloves, parsley, turmeric, fenugreek, spearmint, bay, cumin, horseradish, chamomile, sprouted grains and seeds. Several studies have shown that supplementing with curcumin can aid handle irregular blood sugar levels, especially about diabetes; it has even been shown to reverse insulin resistance in certain […]

12 Dec 18
Top Dog Tips

There have been more cases of dogs being treated for allergies this season than in the past, and the allergic reactions in dogs are also much worse than before, according to vets. Veterinarians from Virginia are sounding off the alarm on dog allergies. The experts from the Harrisonburg Animal Hospital said that they have been […]