Archive for August, 2010

Understanding Just What Causes Constipation

[ 0 ] August 29, 2010 |
Understanding Just What Causes Constipation

Look a the side effects for a handful of medications and more likely than not, Constipation will be in the list. However, medical conditions can also slow the flow bringing discomfort and pain from this extremely common medical symptom.

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Ending The Repetitive Strain And Pain Of Technology

[ 0 ] August 23, 2010 |
Ending The Repetitive Strain And Pain Of Technology

Since the time that there have been repetitive tasks, there has been Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI), but with the adoption of an ever growing number of technologies in our daily lives, the number of ways in which technology can cause pain is growing.

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The Rising Risks of Cholera in Pakistan’s “Flood of the Century”

[ 0 ] August 15, 2010 |
The Rising Risks of Cholera in Pakistan’s “Flood of the Century”

When floods happen, one of the most dangerous risks to the greatest number of people is the risk of Cholera. If untreated, the condition can rapidly be fatal so as the waters continue to remain high in Pakistan so do the risks of a Cholera pandemic.

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Understanding The Risks Of Balance Disorders

[ 0 ] August 8, 2010 |
Understanding The Risks Of Balance Disorders

Though our sense of balance is fundamental to carrying on everyday activities, most of us are unaware of just how widespread issues of balance are. To minimize our risks it is important to understand the many ways our balance can be affected.

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In The Thick Of The Hunt For Huntington’s Disease

[ 0 ] August 1, 2010 |
In The Thick Of The Hunt For Huntington’s Disease

From its initial identification as a genetic disorder involving one gene in 1993, the advances made in understanding Huntington’s Disease continue to accumulate rapidly. This is good news because such progress is not typical of a rare disease.

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