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Hydrogen Peroxide Ears by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 5:09am Introduction Recently, I read an article which spoke about the Brassica family consisting of turnips, kohlrabi, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage and good old broccoli. What it said was that three little compounds found in any vegetable of this family has immune boosting and anti-cancer properties. Yes, of course. ... Read on »
Tinnitus Home Treatment by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 09 Jan 2010 10:34pm Sad to say, but the fact remains that there is no sure fire cure for that undeviating ringing in the ears –the agonizing ailment that affects a great majority of Americans and is commonly known as tinnitus. However, the TV and the added media wouldn’t hear of it. They believe in beating the drums of sundry pharmaceutical agents, provoking ... Read on »
Causes, Symptoms, Diet and Home Remedies for Ear Ache or Infection by bruce Posted Thu 03 Mar 2011 10:00am It is true that ear infections mostly strike children. However, this does not necessarily mean that there is no possibility of ear infections striking adults. As a matter of fact, there have been cases in which this particular sickness strikes adults instead of children. With that being said, it becomes very important for adults to recognize ... Read on »
Frequent Reasons For Ringing In The Ears by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 9:43am < p>We have all experienced it at one time or another : a nasty, occasionally high-pitched ringing sensation deep inside our ears, AKA tinnitus.  While this is a very common small-term issue when exposed to high noise volumes, it can also be a protracted problem, which really may be due to some surprising sources.   High Noise Volumes ... Read on »
Guidelines for Ear Wax Removal by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:26am Today's I am writing about a very practical problem: ear wax removal. This plagues my family and many of my patients too. Fortunately, this problem has been examined by independent and well respected organizations. First, let's review some background facts. Cerumen (ear wax) occurs naturally and is actually a defense mechanism to prevent infectio ... Read on »
Is Excessive Ear Wax Caused By Sleep Apnea? by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 12 May 2009 5:53pm I read recently read in Your Jaws, Your life (by Dr. David C. Page ) that ear wax production was related to obstructive sleep apnea. I never thought about it in this way, since ear wax is thought to be a normal process. But in retrospect, I have many people with sleep-breathing problems that make extremely excessive ear wax. Some even have to ... Read on »
Ear Wax, Body Odor: Breast Cancer Link? by Karen Bettison Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm Researchers See Clues for Breast Cancer Risk in Underarm Body Odor and Wet Ear Wax By Kathleen Doheny WebMD Health News Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD June 5, 2009 -- A variation in a gene already associated with breast cancer risk is also linked with especially unpleasant underarm body odor and wet ear wax, according to a team of ... Read on »
Healing Yourself in the 1800s by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:45pm I’ve always wondered how people cured many common ailments in the 1800s when they didn’t have the cornucopia of medications and physicians that we have today. I got my hands on a copy of The American Frugal Housewife , by Mrs. (Lydia) Child, first published in 1833, and she suggested some interesting remedies for various illnesses and conditions. ... Read on »
Wednesday Words: Ear Wax by Rachel C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Jan 2013 9:41am Yuck!  Let’s talk about ear wax, otherwise known as cerumen, a gross fact of life that actually has some pretty incredible properties!   Ear was exists to keep the skin of the ear canal (external [...] Read on »
Just Remember to Extinguish the Flame by Kandace Patient Expert Posted Sat 11 Apr 2009 12:47am When I get sick enough to stay in bed, I usually head to the doctor within a reasonable amount of time after not feeling better, where a "reasonable" amount of time means a day or two. If, say, I know I have an ear infection and, say, it's bothering me enough to inhibit my hearing I head to the doctor immediately, ... Read on »