Cervical Cancer Remains One of the Most Prevalent Diseases

Sunday,May 25, 2014

Cervical Cancer ABSTRACT: Cervical cancer remains one of the most prevalent diseases affecting women worldwide. Essentially, the  human papillomavirus (HPV) infection causes all cervical cancer, and two high-risk subtypes, HPV 16 and HPV 18, account for about 70 percent of all cases. Risk factors include multiple sex partners, early age at first intercourse, multiparity, immuno-deficiency, andRead more

Mercury in Fish

Saturday,May 3, 2014

Mercury in Fish If you eat fish regularly, then you should know the levels of mercury in fish. Tuna fish is a major source of mercury toxicity, even though it isn’t in the highest mercury concentration category. Why? Because you can buy it in cans. It’s convenient and easy to use. Tuna may not beRead more

Know About the Mercury Levels in Fish

Saturday,May 3, 2014

Mercury Levels We know that fish is very nutritious and packed with great nutrients such as omega-3, the B vitamins, and lean protein. Unfortunately, though, fish can also have some unhealthy contaminants. Mercury levels in fish probably present the greatest concern. Mercury is a contaminant found in fish that can affect brain development and the nervousRead more

10 Organic Foods You Should Buy

Saturday,May 3, 2014

Organic Foods Here is the list of Organic Foods every one should be aware of. Apples Conventionally grown apples contain the highest traces of pesticides in supermarkets than any other crop. Even after apples were washed, 48 types of pesticides were discovered by the EWG. Farmers use a wide range of chemicals on apple crops becauseRead more

Can Fibromyalgia Syndrome Be Treated?

Thursday,May 1, 2014

Fibromyalgia Syndrome Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS) is a chronic, painful, and sometimes disabling condition commonly encountered by primary care physicians. Recent research has provided information about the pathophysiology of FMS that has implications for treatment. For example, it now seems most likely that the major pathophysiologic mechanisms of FMS involve central sensitization in the CNS, althoughRead more

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