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Types Of Vaccines

Types Of Vaccines

Sunday, December 6, 2009 14:22

Inactivated vaccines are made of killed bacteria or viruses that have been inactivated by chemicals or heat. These vaccines are safe and stable, and they cannot cause disease. However, they stimulate a relatively weak response from the immune system, so people usually need several booster shots....

Symptoms Of Sinusitis

Symptoms Of Sinusitis

Tuesday, November 24, 2009 16:46

From coughing all night because of the continuous, thick postnasal drip running down the back of your throat to a throbbing earache because of trapped fluid to the excruciating pain of pounding headaches to chronic hoarseness from clearing your throat repeatedly, sinus discomfort is all too familiar to millions....

What Are Viruses

What Are Viruses

Saturday, November 7, 2009 13:13

Virus is a parasitic organism composed of a protein coat, nycleic acids enclosed by the coat, and sometimes a few enclosed proteins that facilitate infection of host cells. Attention of biologists was distracted for nearly a century by arguments over whether viruses are organisms. The disagreement stems ...

Asthma Information

Asthma Information

Monday, November 2, 2009 13:26

Asthma is the fifth leading cause of death in USA. Despite aggressive drug therapy aimed at controlling the disease asthma and respiratory deaths are rising. You feel as if an elephant is sitting in your chest your pulse races as your heart works harder to compensate for the ...

H1N1 Swine Flu History

H1N1 Swine Flu History

Saturday, October 24, 2009 12:36

As late fall turns into winter, perennial concern arise from influenza. Some people are frightened about the flu for good reasons, others have unwarranted fears based on limited knowledge of fly epidemics such as the one that broke out in 1918. The reasonable fears we have stem from ...

How To Cure H1N1

How To Cure H1N1

Sunday, October 11, 2009 12:34

The H1N1 flu virus – also known as human swine influenza  is a respiratory illness that affects the nose, throat and lungs. This virus usually affects pigs, but has been transferred to humans. The H1N1 flu virus has caused primarily mild illness in Canada, but Canadians need to ...

Food Allergies

Food Allergies

Monday, October 5, 2009 16:38

The world allergy means aversion and has its roots in the Greek word antipathies. In orthodox medical circles, therm allergy is strictly applied to substances which cause an instant  immune reaction in an individual. These immune reactions can be quite sever, resulting in hay fever, asthma, hives, ...