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Natural Health Remedies and Skin Triggers by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 30 Mar 2011 5:57am Not sure why but I have been getting some nasty allergies on my skin lately. I have been using various kinds of natural health remedies and it’s just so hard to stop the itch! I have been turning to my favourite paw paw ointment and tea tree oil for some relief but it seems that the natural aloe vera gel is more soothing to the inflamed ski ... Read on »
MIGRAINE HEADACHES AND TRIGGER FACTORS by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted Thu 01 Apr 2010 12:00am Apr 01           Headaches are really a ‘pain’.  Almost everyone gets them.  You may have experienced one with the flu, with a cold or even with a hangover.  Some people get pain in the temples and the back of the head from a busy day at work – referred to as a tension headache.  ... Read on »
Trigger Factors for Asthma by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Sun 04 Sep 2011 7:46am Asthma is characterised by the inflammation of airways. The inflamed airways look swollen and red on direct inspection with a fibreoptic bronchoscope and on microscopic examination are infiltrated with inflammatory cells, have damaged epithelial lining, excessive mucus production and leaky bl ... Read on »
Trigger Factors of Atopic Dermatitis by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 7:14pm 1. Certain soaps, perfumes and shampoos (a special soap for hair and scalp) 2. Wool clothing and scratchy fabrics 3. Your own sweat and saliva 4. Plants and pollen 5. Stress 6. Chlorine and other chemicals, excess soap use 7. Changes in season 8. Pet dander 9. Certain foods 10. Skin infections, for which a specific antibi ... Read on »
Asthma Triggers - The importance of identifying asthma triggers by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Sun 04 Sep 2011 8:17am In many patients airway inflammationThe body’s response to injury. can be controlled effectively with inhaled anti-inflammatoryAny drug that suppresses inflammation drugs. Modern treatments not only help prevent the airways from constricting, but also reduce the production of lung secretions. However, in s ... Read on »
Evidence Maternal Antibodies can Trigger Autism - What starts with V and can Trigger Maternal Antibodies? by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Apr 2009 11:11pm As reported in the following excerpt from a EurekaAlert news release, recent mice studies add to previous research indicating that maternal antibodies can trigger autism. Can anyone think of a word starting with the letter V that can trigger antibodies .... and therefore autism? New studies in pregnant mice using antibodies against fetal b ... Read on »
All-Natural Botanical Trigger Point Injections – Serapin | natural trigger point injections by DocSpallone Posted Thu 10 Nov 2011 12:36pm Botanical Source for Serapin All- Natural Trigger Point Injections as a Safe and Effective Alternative to Cortisone Have you ever heard of Sarapin? Odds are you probably haven’t. However, if you’ve ever suffered from chronic back, neck, or joint pain the odds are overwhelming that you have probably heard of or received Cortisone (a ... Read on »
Weather triggered Migraines - can we predict them? by Teri Robert Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:31pm For many of us, changes in the weather are a horrid Migraine trigger. Some doctors prescribe medications we can take in hopes of preventing Migraines when we know a weather change is coming. Even for those who don't take medications, it's helpful to know that a potential trigger is coming so we can be more prepared. The trick is knowing that w ... Read on »
Important lessons from rare case reports :Esophagus and heart not living in hormony ! Curious cases of esophagus triggered card by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 3:10pm Logic would suggest  any two structures  in close proximity can have  some sort of anatomical , physiological or sometimes pathological relationship .Esophagus and heart  share a strategic  anatomical  space within the mediastinum  . The left atrial wall  is abetting the esophagus with only few millimeters separating the two. Trans esophageal ... Read on »
Television May TriggerAutism, Experts Find by Brett .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 6:56am As anyone who reads this site will tell you, I am not fond of television, especially when it comes to young children. TV watching interferes with normal development, encourages behavioral problems such as hyperactivity (pdf) and contributes to bad eating habits. So with great interest I’ve been reading this study: Does Television Cause Autis ... Read on »