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Harry Potter and his Magical Beans! The famed wizard, Harry Potter, may have accumulated more life-saving tools than just those learned at the esteemed Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It turns out P ...
Jul 25 2007 7:24pm
And don't forget, Harry Potter series promote exercise and team sports as well! Not only d ... more
Oct 06 2007 8:28am
Exercise Can Create New Blood Vessels Bucking the conventional wisdom that people with heart problems should take it easy, a new study has come out showing that exercise is good for even a bad heart. Furthermore, if you don't exercis ...
Sep 05 2007 2:59pm
Study: Chocolate improves blood vessel function Chocoholics were given further reason to rejoice Saturday when a small clinical study showed that dark chocolate improves the function of blood vessels. While the researchers cautioned against bingei ...
Mar 26 2007 11:02am
Lyme Disease what you need to know. Hi guys, I haven't done a serious post in awhile and it's about that time of year again, so I figured today's post is going to be informative. Lyme Disease was ...
Jun 30 2008 1:13am
... I haven't been on this site but I have Lyme disease and I've probably had it for 25 years ... more
Apr 15 2009 9:27pm
Overview of Chlamydia trachomatis and the Disease. The Chlamydia is a Bacterial; from the chlamydia trachomatis strain which lives in vaginal fluid and semen. It can transmit mainly through vaginal and anal sex; although it is much less common, it c ...
Apr 22 2009 9:10am
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Information Inflammatory bowel disease or IBD includes Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, which causes inflammation in the digestive tract. The causes of IBD are unknown. Inflammatory bowel disease symptom ...
Aug 12 2009 9:25am
Did you see Dateline's special on Autism?  There is a field of thought on the bowel being ... more
Sep 09 2009 3:23pm
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cr ...
Jul 08 2008 6:40pm
How and Where Fat Is Stored Predicts Disease Risk Better than Weight Newswise — A new study in mice indicates that overeating, rather than the obesity it causes, is the trigger for developing metabolic syndrome, a collection of heath risk factors that increases an ...
May 12 2008 11:55am
Regular cola drinking associated with kidney disease A recent study found that people who drink 2 cans of cola daily are twice as likely to develop chronic kidney disease (it made no difference whether the colas were artificially sweetened). Other s ...
Jan 26 2008 4:45pm
... stones, all risk factors for chronic kidney disease. Cola beverages, in particular, conta ... more
Dec 26 2009 4:00am
Anyone know anyting about autoimmune inner ear disease? I had a sudden hearing loss in both ears last summer and after seeing an ENT, otologist and a rheumatologist, have been diagnosed with autoimmune inner ear disease.   Treatment with prednisone broug ...
Feb 06 2010 10:43pm
thanks for your reply.  I've had the ear shots in my bad ear, didn't bring back any hear ... more
Feb 13 2010 9:20am