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Image Description: A Northern long-eared bat with visible... by USA.gov Posted Tue 13 Aug 2013 3:00pm Image Description: A Northern long-eared bat with visible symptoms of white-nose syndrome (WNS).  Named for the white fungus that appears on the muzzle and other parts of hibernating bats, WNS has killed more than 6 million bats in eastern North America.  Numerous labs and state & federal biologists are trying to learn the cause. Lear ... Read on »
Keeping Long-Eared Varmints Out of Your Garden by culturedcook Posted Mon 09 Jul 2012 12:57pm Bunny-Proof Lettuce Bunnies may be cute and fluffy and great starring characters in children’s books, but they are pests when it comes to the garden. Especially when lettuce is involved (although they seem to avail themselves of darn near everything). Your best bet to keep the bunnies at bay is to have a fully clawed and voracious outdo ... Read on »
Ear Tubes May Not Have Long-Term Benefits for Kids with Ear Infections by Medline Plus Posted Sat 11 Jan 2014 1:23am Review found no evidence of later hearing, speech or language improvement after procedure Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Child Development , Ear Infections , Hearing Problems in Children Read on »
Ear Infection Remedies to Consider BEFORE Antibiotics by Tela .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Jan 2011 3:39pm Dr. Mercola has a great article, “New Study Shows Antibiotics Have Little Impact on Child Ear Infections” that discusses the overuse of antibiotics for ear infections in children and more importantly, alternative remedies to use for ear infections. I have suffered from several ear infections over the past few years, and I can attest to the fa ... Read on »
EAR PROBLEMS IN DOGS--CLASSIC AND OTHERWISE by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 03 Jun 2012 12:00am In last week's issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats, a preview of common pet considerations offered a window into ear problems.  In all of my years of practicing veterinary medicine, I don't believe I saw anything that was as aggravating (without being life-threatening) to the dog/cat or the owner as a chronically inflamed/infected ... Read on »
A History Of Ear Gauging In Different Cultures by yezistlent8566 Posted Mon 08 Apr 2013 10:08am A History Of Ear Gauging In Different Cultures Through studying the history of ear gauging in different cultures and civilizations worldwide, it has been concluded that the practice is at least as old as recorded history, and likely much older. Mummies, statues, old drawings and prehistoric paintings have suggested that ear gauging has been used a ... Read on »
Feeling My Way around a Fiber Festival by Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm Everybody loves a festival, even the folks who shave furry animals and make things out of their soft natural fibers. My home town hosts an annual Fiber Festival, with up-close-and-personal access to exotic fiber-bearing critters, demonstrations by talented artisans, and lots of shopping opportunities. There are food vendors with tasty treats and ... Read on »
Johns Hopkins Grows New Ear for Patient Who Had Cancer and Had Part of Her Ear and Face Removed–New Ear Grown in Her Arm & by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Sep 2012 3:25pm This is very cool as the forearm of the patient was used as the area to “plant and grow” her new ear.  If you have been reading about regenerative medicine for a while you might remember from about 3 years the mouse that had the human ear growing on it, so it looks as though this has progressed in a very short amount of time to have a human pat ... Read on »
Celebrity Doppelganger by Carrots 'N' Cake Patient Expert Posted Wed 27 Oct 2010 5:19am Rise and shine! I have a full day ahead, which includes Body Pump, lots of errands around town, and packing. Lots and lots of packing. We’re moving 2 weeks from tomorrow! I cannot believe we’re moving again, but, at least this time, I know we’ll be staying for awhile. This morning’s breakfast was inspired by another one of Mama Pe ... Read on »
First Haircut! 6 months post-chemo by Beth Morton Health Maven Posted Tue 23 Feb 2010 12:00am Okay, there wasn't much to cut, but it's much neater now! And while you might think all of your hair grows in at the same time after chemo, it doesn't. It was getting long over my ears, and still just coming in at my bangs and the very back. Read on »