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Headline, Urinary Tract Conditions »

[6 Jan 2010 | No Comment | 49 views]

Home Remedy for Bladder InfectionA urinary tract infection, or UTI, is a medical condition where bacteria has invaded the urinary tract and begun to grow. The urinary tract consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra.

Most often the bacteria enters series from either through migration from the wrecked him or her during sexual intercourse. The bacteria then begins to grow in the urethra and can migrate up to the bladder and even into the kidneys.

A urinary tract infection can develop into a very painful condition and a major cause of the stress in your life. If it is not contained in the early stages is likely to spread to the kidneys which will become a serious health issue.

Permanent kidney damage can be caused by bacterial infections which go untreated. This permanent damage can negatively affect the health of an individual and we need to the complete shutdown of the kidneys.

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Detox, Immunity, Infection »

[6 Jan 2010 | 4 Comments | 13 views]

Boosting Immunity: Creating Wellness Naturally

Every day, the human body fights off environmental toxins, airborne germs, chemicals in food, and any number of other damaging substances. How the body manages it and how people can help the process along are the subjects of Boosting Immunity.

Topics include acidity/alkalinity, allergies, body temperature, diet, digestive flora, nutrients, exercise, and sleep…. More >>

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ADD/ADHD »

[6 Jan 2010 | 6 Comments | 12 views]

Driven To Distraction : Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through AdulthoodThrough vivid stories of the experiences of their patients (both adults and children), Drs. Hallowell and Ratey show the varied forms ADD takes — from the hyperactive search for high stimulation to the floating inattention of daydreaming — and the transforming impact of precise diagnosis and treatment.

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Featured, Learning, Concentration »

[6 Jan 2010 | One Comment | 4 views]

Learning Disabilites and The Myths Behind ThemThere are a great many myths associated with learning disorders. They range from the absurd, all the way to the absolutely rude and hurtful. Learning disabilities impede the way people process information, whether it is in reading, writing, or in communication skills.

Many times the association of ADD or ADHD has come up, as if every case of a learning disorder is directly related. There are many myths however, that are so far fetched or just not even in relation to learning disorders, that it is easy to see exactly why people with this affliction are very much reclusive.

Start with the most absurd of the myths, laziness. The notion that someone that is affected with a form of learning disorder is just lazy cannot get any further from the truth. There is no medical association pertaining learning disorders with a lack of energy or drive.

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Children's Health, Headline, Mind and Spirit »

[6 Jan 2010 | One Comment | 9 views]

Traveling With an Autistic ChildDaily life with an Autistic child can be a challenge to say the least. What should you do if you are traveling for vacation, or another purpose? Lets look at some things a parent can do when traveling with their Autistic child.

1. Plan ahead. If at all possible plan trips far in advance. This gives you time to talk with your child and get them used to the idea of traveling.

You can explain to them where they will be going, and some of the things they will be doing while away.

2. Bring items from home that your Autistic child likes. Bring their favorite toys. Bring along their pillow and blanket they use each night. Try and keep as many items that are familiar to your child with you while traveling. This can help your child to relax in their new environment.

3. Bring all their necessary medications. You do not want to be away from home and not have their medicine. Get the prescriptions refilled before the trip to make sure you do not run out.

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