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West Nile Virus -causes, Symptoms, Treatment

[ad_1] Treatment of West Nile Virus The West Nile virus (WNV) was first detected in the Western Hemisphere in 1999 and has since rapidly spread across the North Americcan continent into all 48 continental states, seven Canadian provinces, and throughout Mexico. In addition, WNV activity has been detected in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Guadeloupe and El Salvador.West Nile ...

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The Use Of Vitamin C For Treating Viral Infections

[ad_1] Scientific research have revealed that high dosage of vitamin C is remarkably effective and safe in the treatment of viral infections caused by bird flu. It can neutralize free radicals, kills the viruses and strengthening the body’s immune system. I consumed in high doses and in a routine it proves very much helpful in the prevention of viral infections. ...

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Alternative Treatments for Viral Hepatitis

[ad_1] May is Hepatitis Awareness Month. With this, polyDNA will shed light on Viral Hepatitis. Gene-Eden-For-Safer-Sex can be one of your preventive and additional mediums to protect yourself against infection. Since some types of viral hepatitis can be passed on through sexual contact, Gene-Eden-For-Safer-Sex (along with normal condom use) can offer you added protection. The need for increased awareness with ...

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Roseola Disease – the Facts

[ad_1] Roseola is a viral illness in young children, most commonly affecting those between the ages of 6 months and 2 years. Roseola is probably caused by more than one virus. The most common cause appears to be human herpesvirus 6 (HHV-6). It occurs mostly in children under the age of 3. It occurs mostly in the spring and fall. ...

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Fight Hepatitis B with Wild Ginger

[ad_1] Hepatitis B is a liver disease caused by the “Hepatitis B virus” (HBV), a family member Hepadnavirus [1] which can cause acute or chronic liver inflammation, which in a few cases may progress to liver or liver cancer sirosis. [2] Of the seven types of hepatitis virus infection, ranging from hepatitis A to hepatitis G, hepatitis B is the ...

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H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu) Scares the People?

[ad_1] H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu) Scares the People? Dr.Kedar Karki Since we have heard in the news, there has been an outbreak of swine flu in Mexico and the United States. There is a possibility that this situation might develop into a pandemic if the virus continues to spread around the globe. The news media report excessively about this threat, ...

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Protection and Natural Cure for Herpes

[ad_1] The risk of transmission of herpes can be affected by sexual behavior. The risk increased with more frequent sexual activity, but condom use offered significant protection, at least for susceptible women. Because HSV can be shed over a large area of the genital region, it has not been clear whether condom use protects against transmission of HSV-2 as well ...

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Viral Arthritis; What Causes It

[ad_1] Viral arthritis is characterized by swelling and inflammation of the joints as a result of a viral infection. A viral infection can be due to hepatitis A, B, C, the rubella virus or the parvovirus. Hepatitis A virus is transmitted via the fecal-oral route while hepatitis B virus can be transmitted through sexual intercourse. A condition as a result ...

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The Best New Facebook Marketing Campaigns In 2010

[ad_1] Any business can put up a Facebook fan page. Not every business can create a page that excites users, encourages them to share the page with friends, creates a viral buzz and adds thousands of new fans. Here are a few of the best new social media marketing campaigns on Facebook that we have seen this year: Bing Microsoft’s ...

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Health Benefits of Eating Sunflower Seeds

[ad_1] Several cultures have enjoyed sunflower seeds for thousands of years. Harvested from tall sunflowers, the seeds can be eaten raw, roasted, or used for flavor and texture in a variety of meals. Today, they’re often eaten as a healthy snack between meals, providing an energy boost in a convenient package. Despite this, many people are unfamiliar with the benefits ...

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Dr. Oz Health Tips

[ad_1] Are you looking for amazing health tips? Dr. Oz health tips include noshing on the best foods for your brain, how to breath correctly in yoga to discovering what types of mildew and bacteria live in your kitchen sponge. For even more amazing tips from amazing experts check out http://www.my-success-guru.com/thegurus.html. His show first aired in the fall of 2009. ...

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Healthy Lifestyle Food Choices That Promote Healthy Eating For Your Family

[ad_1] The best way to living a healthy lifestyle, eating healthy and forming healthy eating habits for the long run, has always come from within, within the home that is. We cannot look to others, books, magazines and publications for making us a healthy family or giving us the healthy lifestyle we would want to live. Sure these publications could ...

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Information on Infectious Myocarditis

[ad_1] Infectious myocarditis is a disease in the muscles of the heart, most commonly caused by the Coxsackievirus that follows upon a respiratory or viral disease. Myocarditis may be a snag during or after diverse viral, bacterial, or parasitic infectious diseases, such as polio, influenza, rubella, or rheumatic fever. The virus invades the heart muscle to cause local inflammation. Myocarditis ...

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Indoor Tanning While Pregnant: Is it Safe?

[ad_1] A tan or healthy glow can apparently make you look ten years younger. At the time when many women are not feeling as sexy as they once were, during pregnancy – is it safe to partake in sunless tanning? Can the harmful UVA and UVB rays be emitted through the skin into the unborn child? These and many other ...

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