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Peptic Ulcer Disease by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm Peptic ulcer disease (gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer) is a common health problem. Approximately 20 million Americans will suffer from an ulcer once in their lifetime. An ulcer is a break in the lining of the stomach or in the first part of the small intestine (the duodenum), a result of erosion caused by the stomach’s natural acids. ... Read on »
SC Complication: Gastric Ulcers by Tosin Ola Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Sep 2010 2:13am Written by Sickle Cell Warrior on 14 September 2010 A gastric ulcer is an erosion (think wound) in the lining of the stomach. It is usually caused by alochol, NSAIDs (Motrin, Aleve, Aspirin), smoking or spicy foods. Patients with sickle cell are prone to this complication because we often ta ... Read on »
ULCERS??- Info from the Mayo Clinic by ckmiletti Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 5:31pm Getting Rid of Ulcer Pain ROCHESTER, Minn. — There’s no need to put up with gnawing stomach pain due to ulcers. Most peptic ulcers can be cured in a matter of weeks, according to the March issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter. Peptic ulcers occur in the stomach or in the uppermost part of the small intestine (duodenum). The predominant ... Read on »
"Help! I've fallen and I can't get up!" by EthidiumBromide Medical Student Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:16pm The past 24 hours have been the most unbearable, excruciating 24 hours that I can recall in my entire life. Yesterday morning, while jumping around wildly swinging a shoe attempting to kill a centipede on my ceiling, I managed to pull a muscle wrapped around a nerve in my lower back. I have never experienced such intense pain in my life – imm ... Read on »
Anti-inflammatory drugs by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 25 Apr 2011 6:22pm I wish you could smell the yummy-ness in my kitchen right now. I have a cauliflower casserole cooking away and I hope it tastes as good as it smells. I will be posting the recipe and final product tomorrow..pending the results of my last Marni creation. I read a great article in the May 2011 issue of Consumer Reports of Health, pg 8 and 9. Th ... Read on »
Why does acid secretion go up in duodenal ulcers but down in gastric ulcers? by pathologystudent Posted Tue 15 Jun 2010 8:05am Q. I would be highly obliged if you can help me out on one thing. Being an average student, I refer to a textbook by a local author. He writes, “in gastric ulcer the value of basal acid output (BAO) and maximal acid output (MAO) are usually normal or slightly below normal” and “higher values are found in duodenal ulcer.” I am confu ... Read on »
Headache Stay Gone Claims Cure and NO Side Effects by Arabella R. Posted Sun 30 Nov 2008 12:12pm The title of a video I came across on YouTube is “Headache Stay Gone Cures and Prevents Migraines.” After I watched the video, I visited their web site. Their web site brazenly promises: “Headache Stay Gone will cure your headaches; even migraines and end your nightmare.” “Headache Stay Gone is formulated using all-natural herb ... Read on »
PAL and the Prescription Project highlight the risks, costs of DTCA in comments to FDA by Prescription Access Litigation Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 12:05pm A drug advertising pitchman? Recently, the FDA requested comments on direct-to-consumer (“DTC”) advertising, and its effects upon subsets of the general population, such as the elderly, children, and racial and ethnic minority communities. PAL and our sister organization, the Prescription Project ( ) weighed ... Read on »
Health Headlines - August 17 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:24pm Crocodile blood may yield powerful new antibiotics Scientists in Australia's tropical north are collecting blood from crocodiles in the hope of developing a powerful antibiotic for humans, after tests showed that the reptile's immune system kills the HIV virus. The crocodile's immune system is much more powerful than that of humans, prev ... Read on »
MANAGING YOUR PET'S MEDICATIONS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Feb 2013 12:00am Well, we got one of those winter snow storms that I mentioned last week, although only about half of the expected accumulation showed up.  We're still a bit behind our yearly average but there's still the big month of March awaiting. EOB-10.... Helpful Buckeye still remembers the lecture back in 1971 when one of our cl ... Read on »