Monday, January 4, 2016

Home Remedies for Morning Sore Throats

Sore throats can be painful in the morning, but they typically improve as the day wears on. The most common causes of sore throats in the morning are mouth-breathing while you sleep, dry air, post-nasal drip or a viral or bacterial infection. If your sore throat gets worse, contact a doctor. If it remains persistently sore in the mornings, but gets better as the day goes on, it's probably from dry air that is irritating your mucous membranes.
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Friday, February 10, 2012

5 Signs Your Heart Trouble

Among you, there is never read the signs or symptoms of a heart attack from the literature. Among these many symptoms, chest pain and tightness are the most popular signs of a heart attack. But, what about the other signs that are important to know in order to anticipate heart problems?

Heart experts say, the symptoms of heart disease can actually be seen from the complaints in many parts of the body. "The heart, along with arteries that sustaining it is one big muscle. When the heart fails, the symptoms can be seen in many parts of the body," said Jonathan Goldstein, a cardiologist from St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey.
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Herbal Extracts for Coughing Children Overcome

Although currently on the market are various types of cough medicine pharmacy, but in ways that natural is always more attractive, especially to deal with complaints of childhood diseases. Realizing this PT.Deltomed Cough Herbal Laboratories launched Junior made from herbal ingredients.
Although herbal medicine relies more on the hereditary nature of inheritance, but by Mulyo Rahardjo, managing director PT.Deltomed, OB Herbal Junior is already past the scientific evidence at Gajah Mada University, Yogyakarta, and using modern extraction technology.
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Monday, November 28, 2011

5 Characteristics Breast Implants



The number of women who do not feel confident with the size of the breasts more and more. According to data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly 300,000 women in America do breast enlargement in 2010.
In Indonesia, although the numbers are small but growing interest in plastic surgery. Even in a private hospital in Tangerang, berminta patients undergoing plastic surgery, including breast implants, have to wait until two months into the future.
This phenomenon shows that Indonesia is not taboo anymore to make a shortcut through the operating table, including fill the breast with an implant to achieve beauty.
For the layman, it may be difficult to distinguish which are natural breasts that have been coupled with silicon. But according to a plastic surgeon Norman Rowe, there are five main characteristics to identify the added breast implants.
1. The distance is too close
Most women's breasts is about 7 cm. But with the addition of the implant distance is reduced a lot. "When the doctor put an implant, usually they are put too close together so the result will be seen docked in the middle," said Rowe.
2. Exorbitant
The most obvious characteristic of the other is if your breasts look too high to the chest. Normally breasts are parallel to the armpit.
3. Looks like a watermelon"Breasts are naturally has a shape such as papaya or avocado, but if it looks like a round or large melons such as watermelon, it is a sign of breast was not genuine," he said. Unlike the original breasts will naturally fill the bottom, silicone implants are usually placed slightly above so perfectly round in shape.
4. There was a scarPlastic surgeon at umumnnya take four points to insert the implant into the breast and it will leave a scar. Incision can be seen at the bottom of the breast, near the nipple, near the armpit, or above the navel.
5. There was the sound
You need a super-sensitive ears or a very quiet room to hear him. Women who perform breast augmentation using saline implants sometimes produce sound when they move. "If the implant can not fill all the air bags will occasionally arise that can produce sound," he said.
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Rare Type of HIV haunt France



Mutations of human imunodifisiensi virus (HIV) Strain N was detected in the body of a patient at the Hospital Saint Louis, Paris, France, recently. Now, the 57-year-old male patient was under intense scrutiny this team of doctors at the hospital.

Viral infection is discovered after the patient was rushed to hospital suffering from fever, rash, swollen lymph nodes, and sores on the genitals. The results of initial tests showed that HIV-1-positive patients fell ill. However, some time after treated patients experienced facial paralysis. A team of experts was held another blood test that led to the conclusion of these patients suffer from HIV N strains.

After tracing the history of sexuality, a team of experts believe patients infected after sex with someone in Togo, West Africa. Relatively rare virus that is worth to watch. Because, not only causes severe symptoms, N-type HIV strains also have an incredible speed in attacking the immune system.

This virus was first discovered in Cameroon, West Africa, in 1988. Since then, only found 12 cases of HIV transmission N Strains in the country. The discovery is certainly raising concerns the perpetrators will medical history of the spread of this vicious virus.

"This case shows that this rare virus has now been circulated to the outside of Cameroon. For that, they need close monitoring of the epidemiology of HIV," said Professor Francois Simon of Saint Louis Hospital.
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