Arthritis: Symptoms and Medication
Arthritis is one of the most common physical disorders that cause pain to a lot of people. However, this condition is not classified as a single medical disorder, but is composed of 100 other kinds. Caused by inflammation of the joints...
By Sean Goudelocks
Is Neck or Back Surgery Always Necessary?
When an individual experiencing nagging neck or back pain, it's not uncommon for them to question whether they'll need surgical treatment The good news is that the vast majority of those who are diagnosed with spinal conditions will not...
By Taylor Thomas
Trimethoprim - An Effective Cure For Cystitis
Urinary tract infections, or bladder infections, are a serious health problem suffered by millions every year and the second most common type of infection in the body. Both men and women can suffer from the painful symptoms, however women are...
By Michiel Van Kets
Licorice Roots Help Problems With Hypoglycemia
Licorice always brings to mind the red or black confection by that name. However, the candy actually contains little or no real licorice. However, the licorice root is rich in value. The name licorice actually comes from two Greek words meaning...
By Julie Johnson
Acupuncture As an Alternative Health Therapy
Acupuncture is a way of regulating responses in the nerve tissue throughout the human body. Pioneered by Chinese doctors, it is a method which has shown to relieve stress and all kinds of ailments throughout these pressure points in the nervous...
By John Scevola
Herbal Remedies and Drug Interactions
Herbal medicine, while having little basis in objective science, has a foothold on the internet. A cursory Google search yields some reputable information, but interspersed within those sources, and jumping from the sidebar advertisements...
By Brad Brubaker
The Natural Characteristics of Ginseng Root
The ginseng plant takes over 5-6 years to grow but the roots can live for over 100 years. It is a perennial that grows between 7 to 21 inches in height when wild. The root is creamy yellow or white and i t has rootlets that branch off sometimes in...
By Stephanie Singer
Dandelion Remedies and Uses
Because doing so isn't poisonous, Dandelion may be used liberally. The roots, leaves and blooms of this plant are edible. Dandelion supports a healthy urinary tract, kidneys and liver function. When harvesting, make sure to select plants which...
By Julie Johnson