How to Make Salt Water

Have you ever had the feeling that your throat has turned into a tunnel lined by barbed wires? Have you ever had the feeling that everything that passes through your throat causes so much pain that you wonder whether it is a good idea to permanently shift on I/V fluids? …

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Leptospirosis Vaccine

It might be frightening to hear that a fun swim in a watering hole can hurt you, as well as affecting your beloved dog. But it is true. This terrible illness is called leptospirosis that’s caused by a bacteria spread through water, soil and the urine of other infected animals. …

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When Can I Eat After a Filling?

Filling a damaged or decayed tooth is a dentist’s way of restoring normal tooth function and shape. When you have a damaged tooth, your dentist may recommend a filling for you. It involves an anaesthetic to numb the tooth, removing the decay, and filling the cavity with a material. People who …

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First Night Tips for Bride

Different cultures evaluate virginity differently. In some cultures, virginity refers to a state of never being in a sexual relationship. In other cultures, it is associated with being pure. In many cultures, sex before marriage is prohibited, and if you are in that category, you may be concerned about what …

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Non Comedogenic Moisturizer

Many people who don’t use moisturizers on oily skin think it is only going to make their skin oilier. What they don’t understand is that the oil on the skin traps in moisture and doesn’t replace any moisture that a person loses. People with oily skin face are prone to …

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Is Special K Good for You?

Manufactured by Kellogg, Special K cereal is available in a variety of flavors. You can easily buy high-protein and low-fat granola versions, along with red berry, blueberry, vanilla almond, cinnamon pecan, and yogurt variations. Is Special K good for you? The answer depends on the type of cereal you are …

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Can Teething Cause Vomiting?

Teething in babies can lead to much discomfort and pain, which your baby may voice through the medium of crying. The age in which babies begins to develop teeth varies on a case to case basis, but generally the first teeth begin to show between the ages of four to …

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Reversing Gum Disease

Gum disease or infection of the gums is caused by bacteria which are present in the oral cavity. It can be gingivitis, which is a simple infection of the gums leading to swollen gums and bleeding while brushing or a more severe form: periodontitis, which is a more severe and …

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Normal Reticulocyte Count

Do you have a normal reticulocyte count? A reticulocyte is an immature red blood cell, known as an RBC for short. It is created in the bone marrow and makes its way to the bloodstream, where it develops into a mature cell within one or two days. About one percent …

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