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Swollen throat glands, chronic fatigue, sensitivity to light, sound, etc. by Viv Patient Expert Posted Sun 18 Jan 2009 1:32am Swollen throat glands and severe sore throats, Fatigue (sometimes chronic), fever, muscle pain, aching joints, headaches, night sweats, stomach aches, sensitized skin, eyes sensitive to light, cold hands and feet. While I cannot provide you with an answer as to what your next step should be, I can share my own experience and what works for ... Read on »
RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS | Cause, Symptoms, Diet, Lab tests and | HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES by Dr. Fasil M. Posted Wed 15 Feb 2012 5:21am          Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes inflammation of the joints and may cause inflammation of other tissues in the body.   The immune system consists of the cells and proteins in our bodies that fight infections.  An autoimmune disease occurs when our immune system doesn’t recognize ... Read on »
More good news and a severe allergic reaction by akontarinis Posted Tue 23 Feb 2010 12:00am Yesterday was infusion day and the start of my third cycle of MDX-1106 in Boston. The kids are off from school this week so we took them with us and they spent the day skating and playing in the city while I spent my day at Beth Israel for a battery of tests and treatment. At the start of each cycle Medarex requires trial rats to un ... Read on »
A blood test can be carried out for seeing if you find any prostate specific antigen being made by the prostate by winter1101 Posted Sat 14 Sep 2013 5:11pm Herbs for prostatitis treatment. Based upon how old you are, risks, and various considerations, it could or might not be a sensible move available for you. Catching malignancies in the early stages is definitely advantageous for knocking out the carcinoma. Many people think in case there are urgent, frequent and never finished urination symptom ... Read on »
Red - Sensitive Swollen Gums by Emery Posted Fri 24 Jul 2009 3:48pm     Untreatedswollen gumscan lead to serious medical conditions. Swollen gums are a warning sign of gingivitis and periodontal disease. Right now you’re walking down the road towards severe conditions that are proven to increase the risk of heart disease, pancreatic cancer, and a whole host of other life-threatening diseases. How is t ... Read on »
Hospitalizations Up for Severe Skin Swelling by HealthFinder Posted Tue 06 Mar 2012 9:17am healthnewslink Called angiodema, the condition often affects the deep layers of skin in the eyes and mouth. ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 16 Jul 2010 10:52am Volume 10, Issue 33 July 16, 2010 Joan Costello, Editor   Various threads on our lists recently concerned food. The acidic content of fruit, hot spicy foods, dairy products, etc. Here’s what the experts have to say. By Jane E. Brody: Though much is suspected, relatively little is known about the health effects ... Read on »
Coca Pulse Test Identifies Food or Nutrient Sensitivities by DrGodo Facebook Posted Wed 27 Jun 2012 12:21pm Food “sensitivities” can be a major contributor to things like migraine headaches, dizziness, constipation, epilepsy, obesity, irritability, fatigue, sinusitis, hypertension, hives or asthma.   Have you ever taken a nutrient or made a dietary change hoping it would make you feel better but instead you feel worse? Were you experiencing a ... Read on »
‘Walking Distance’ Test an Accurate Indicator of Disease Severity in Patients with COPD by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sun 15 May 2011 10:10pm American Thoracic Society Press Release ATS 2011, DENVER – The six-minute walking distance test (6MWD), a test that measures a patient’s ability to tolerate exercise and physical activity, is an effective tool for understanding disease severity in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to ... Read on »
Do Swollen Ankles Mean I Have Heart Failure? by ShapeUp .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: If you've been diagnosed with angina, follow-up visits with your doctor will be necessary. How often you need to be evaluated will depend on the severity of the angina. SPENCER B. KING, MD, MACC: You monitor the patient in several ways. One is from a symptom point of view, the patient must be their own physician in some respects. If th ... Read on »