Archive for July, 2010

6 Ways To Reduce Cataract Risk And Fight Blindness

[ 0 ] July 24, 2010 |
6 Ways To Reduce Cataract Risk And Fight Blindness

Cataracts have been recognized as a medical condition for at least 4000 years and medical science is getting closer to understanding what causes them. As they learn more, prevention is increasingly becoming a more viable option.

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Sepsis Is Far More Complicated Than Simply Blood Poisoning

[ 0 ] July 18, 2010 |
Sepsis Is Far More Complicated Than Simply Blood Poisoning

Long known as blood poisoning, Sepsis is, in reality, no simple case of poison running through our veins. With the interaction of infection and the immune system not operating as it should, the condition causes the body to turn on itself.

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The Growing Need For Dialysis Could Lead To Paralysis

[ 0 ] July 10, 2010 |
The Growing Need For Dialysis Could Lead To Paralysis

Blood dialysis treatment is required when an person’s kidneys are unable to remove waste from the body on their own. Such treatment is costly and not very effective, but unfortunately is being needed by a growing number of patients.

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Plenty Of Potential For Preventing Parkinson’s

[ 0 ] July 3, 2010 |
Plenty Of Potential For Preventing Parkinson’s

As the second most common degenerative disease of the brain, Parkinson’s is a condition for which considerable research is under way. However, while there is no cure yet, research is offering many ways to reduce the our risks for getting it.

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