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Chlamydia Symptoms and Infection If you have chlamydia, chances are that you may exhibit few symptoms. Chlamydia symptoms may be mild and can easily go undetected. Women are more likely to experience few symptoms associated with th ...
Apr 22 2009 9:11am
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Dec 20 2011 8:49pm
Eat Carrots to Avoid Infections I just learned that eating carrots, or any other fruit or veggie that's high in Vitamin A, is an excellent way to prevent an infection. If you are trying to take care of yourself - or feel that you've ...
Aug 28 2007 8:33pm
Infected finger I cut my finger really bad a few months ago and it doesn't seem to be healing, perhaps it is infected. I have been putting Tea Tree oil on it. Does anyone have any other ideas?
Dec 10 2007 6:03am
... ulate /push the puss out.Then Im putting antibacterial cream on it and covering it with a ... more
Nov 13 2009 5:45pm
urinary tract infection, contagious?   I wanted to put it out there so I can get some insight before I confront this guy. I've only been involved with this individual for a short time. We've already had intercourse previously but I had t ...
Sep 11 2009 10:13am
Take a Nap for a Healthy Heart Here's another good reason for a mid-day siesta: in a recent study, researchers found that people who napped for half an hour or more at least three times a week had a 37 percent lower risk of dying f ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
I shared my secret to power napping on Prevention: Pass My Blankie - It's Time to Pow ... more
Aug 08 2008 12:07pm
Snacks for Your Heart If you’re looking for some snacks that are low in fat and good for your heart, the following three yummy eatables will not only kill hunger pangs—but it’ll make your heart happy, too! 1) ...
Aug 02 2007 5:20pm
Fish Can Lower Your Risk of a Heart Attack The horror stories of mercury-polluted water sources might deter you from visiting the seafood aisle, but adding fish to your diet can actually help significantly lower your risk of a heart attack. In ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Get in Shape and Prevent Heart Disease at the Same Time Heart disease may very well be America's number one health problem, but in the American consciousness, it's taken a backseat to cancer--at least in the minds of many American women, who are actually a ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Eat your heart healthy! Forget about less being more when it comes to a healthy heart! A new study from Wake Forest University found that eating on average, as little as two and a half servings of whole grains a day can ma ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Free fitness DVD focuses on heart attack survivors A cardiologist and fitness trainer have developed a free fitness DVD for heart attack survivors. Heartfelt for Life: Strengthening Your Heart was developed by cardiologist Dr. Mehmet Oz and trainer Bo ...
Aug 30 2007 6:01pm