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Pulsatile Tinnitus – What Causes This Tinnitus Type?

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Pulsatile tinnitus is a rhythmical noise that beats in time with your pulse. There may be single or multiple rhythmic beats that can be heard as a low pitched thumping or booming sound, or as a higher pitched clicking noise. While Pulsatile tinnitus is not a common form of tinnitus, it has some well-known causes […]

Ways to Treat Multiple Sclerosis

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There are a number of different ways to treat multiple sclerosis, and to treat its symptoms. They range from injections designed to reduce flare ups and medications to treat inflammation, fatigue, and muscle spasticity. There are also a number of diets out there many of which have been shown to help not only the symptoms […]

Most Effective Natural Remedies for Gallbladder Inflammation

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Gallbladder is the organ which plays a major role in in the digestive system.This organ is located in t the right side of the abdomen, and hidden under the liver. Gall bladder stores the bile that is produced by the liver to help break down fats in the small intestine. If the bile stored in […]

Otosclerosis – Ayurvedic Herbal Treatment

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Otosclerosis is a genetically mediated metabolic bone disease that affects only the bones in the middle part of the human ear. Women are affected twice as often as men. Otosclerosis usually develops in the third decade of life. The bones in the middle ear first turn spongy and later become dense and sclerotic, and become […]

Enzyme Supplements

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An enzyme functions as a biocatalyst and while chemical reactions are generally slow, enzymes work to accelerate certain reactions. There are approximately 3000 enzymes and over 7000 reactions caused by enzymes. While most of the enzymes are related to digestion, they also fulfill a variety of other tasks such as acting as anti-inflammatory agents, immune […]

Natural Remedy For Gallstones – Getting Rid of Gallstones

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If you are suffering from the pain and discomfort of gallstones, you can however find ways to free yourself up from the discomforts of this particular condition. Keep in mind too that when it comes to health concerns, it is important to go for the natural ones. Of course, you can always find your natural […]

Antiphospholipid Antibodies – Cause of Autoimmune Disease?

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Antiphospholipid antibodies (or APA) are a type of protein produced by white blood cells. Antibodies serve to protect us from foreign particles, such as bacteria and viruses. Sometimes when the immune system is activated and starts producing these antibodies, it may come to an abnormality, causing it to keep producing them even after the infection […]

Types Of Kidney Disease – Which Do You Have?

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The term “kidney disease” can refer to any type of condition that greatly reduces the functioning of the kidneys. Some forms of kidney disease are acute, which means that the damage is sudden and symptoms reveal themselves very quickly. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) means that the decline in the kidney function is slow and progressive. […]

Multiple Sclerosis Test – How Do the Doctors Test For Multiple Sclerosis?

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Because Multiple Sclerosis has such a wide variety of symptoms that can vary so dramatically from one patient to another, it can take months or even years for a doctor to finally decide to perform some kind of test for Multiple Sclerosis. Many patients can suffer the more mild symptoms for years without ever realizing […]

Early Onset Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis

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As of the last survey there were somewhere around 2.5 -3.0 million people in the world that have some form of MS. This potentially devastating disease can lie dormant for years and then manifest itself as a variety of symptoms in young adults in the age range of 20-40. In many cases the onset symptoms […]