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Culinary Practices And The Modern Human Bite by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 28 Mar 2013 11:22pm Dr. Weston Price showed that cultures that change from native to modern, Western diets produce jaws with more dental crowding, crooked teeth and more cavities. Others have shown that softer foods and even bottle-feeding can also promote dental crowding. Smaller jaws can lead to smaller airways, leading to a number of health problems due to poor ... Read on »
American Humane Association Encourages Humane Education During National Dog Bite Prevention Week, May 16 – 22! by Ryan R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 18 May 2010 7:35am        This year during American Veterinary Medical Association’s Dog Bite Prevention Week, American Humane encourages adults to teach children how to avoid dog bites through humane education. Every year in the U.S., 3.5 million children are bitten by dogs, and it is estimated that by age 12, half of all children in this cou ... Read on »
Health Tips for May 28 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Wed 27 May 2009 10:39pm Health Tip: Taking Care of a Tick Bite If you or your child has been bitten by a tick, there's probably little risk of disease, but it's still important to remove the tick properly and protect the area from infection. The Lucile Packard Children's Hospital offers these suggestions for taking care of a tick bite: To remove a wood tick ... Read on »
UK ADVICE ON LYME DISEASE by Joanne60 Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 2:04pm PATIENT UK article on Lyme Disease link here Lyme Disease This disease was formally described following the investigation of a collection of patients with rashes and swollen joints occurring in Lyme, Connecticut in 1975, and acquired the name 'Lyme disease' (Lyme arthritis) in 1977.1 The various rashes, however, had been recognised many ... Read on »
SNAKE BITES, PT. 2 by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 15 Aug 2010 12:00am Helpful Buckeye received more questions and comments following last week's discussion of Snake Bites than about any other subject we've dealt with here at Questions On Dogs and Cats.  Yet, many of our respondents haven't ever seen a poisonous snake themselves or had their pet ever exposed to one.  I guess the topic of snakes and their bites is s ... Read on »
Travel Health Advisory for Dengue Fever by ViaMedica Posted Mon 21 Dec 2009 12:00am Travel Health Notice Outbreaks caused by four types of the dengue fever virus have increased in the past 25 years. About 40% of the world's population live in areas where there is a risk of dengue fever. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) recommends that travellers protect themselves from mosquito bites when travelling to areas whe ... Read on »
What you wanted to know about Dengue fever by Vaidyan Charakan Posted Thu 11 Aug 2011 12:00am What is Dengue fever (DF)? What are Dengue haemorrhagic fever and Dengue shock syndrome? Dengue [pronounced Den' gee] infection is caused by a virus. There are 4 types of Dengue viruses,namely DENV 1, DENV 2, DENV 3, and DENV 4. It occurs commonly as dengue fever. Occasionally the patient suffering from dengue may develop bleedin ... Read on »
People bite fight should be injection vaccine by sweethouse Posted Tue 07 May 2013 8:04am   Bitten by a dog may have rabies; man who was bitten, what would happen? Recently, Nanjing, Mr. Cao was the younger brother of bites, the results suffered from osteomyelitis, almost amputated. Said that the population of cavity virus 1000,  cheap christian louboutin outlet   are particularly vulnerable to the spread of bites, Mr. Cao is wound ba ... Read on »
The Test of Humanity (or Why I'm Going to Hold, Rattle, Smell, Drop and Take a Bite Out of Yet More Things) by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:12am I held 500 calories of uncooked rice in my cupped hands, which is more than many people around the world have to eat each day. I cut up an apple into 32 pieces, peeled a slice, and saw how small, comparatively, the farmable surface topsoil of the earth is. I tilted the "population clock" sand timer and realized how quickly (every ten seconds) ... Read on »
Hard-earned lessons in life boiled down to bite-size nuggets of wisdom in human relations by Pink Lemonade .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Aug 2010 7:38am “Why not learn from the mistakes of others? You can’t afford to make them all yourself.” When J. R. Parrish went from being a milkman to becoming a self-made millionaire in 1974, he learned what it takes to survive and thrive in the real world the hard way. The single most important thing that helped him along the way was finding a ... Read on »