Since we are in the heart of the "cold and flu season", I thought it'd be a great time to ask, "Why do we get sick?" What is your answer to that question? Have you studied your answer and proven its truth? Or have you accepted it as truthful because that is what your mother/father/preacher/teacher told you? For most people, the answer is they believe what they believe because that is what someone else told them to believe.
Tonsil stones are thought to occur when bacteria, dead skin cells, and other debris gather and harden on the surface of your tonsils. They remain somewhat of a mystery to medical professionals and researchers, but researchers suspect that people today who've had frequent episodes of tonsillitis are at greater risk of developing these stones. They are at times removed surgically, or if the stone is significant and impacted within your tonsil, you may must have a tonsillectomy (the surgical removal of your tonsils).
It is true that as of today, Parkinson's disease has no immediate cure. However, this does not mean once you are diagnosed with such a condition, you will just have to resign to your faith and wait for the worst to happen. There are several Parkinson's treatments available to patients and I will discuss the most effective ones below. Parkinson's disease is a continuing and advancing type of illness affecting the brain and nerves of the body.
Cold sores can be a real pain. They can be a pain for both the person who has them and for people who have to look at them. But what are cold sores and how do they start? What causes cold sores and what can I do to prevent them? They are essentially fever blisters. They are small red and swollen blisters that form around the mouth. They can be very contagious.
In her e-book, the "Fatty Liver Diet Guide", veteran liver nurse, Dorothy Spencer, tells us, "Fatty Liver is not life threatening, but it has a high tendency to advance into more dangerous liver diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, cancer of the liver and the worst-case condition which is hepatic necrosis." She goes on to emphasize the importance of regulating your food intake with a highly nutritious diet focused on weight loss.
Famous people like actor Michael J. Fox, Evangelist Billy Graham, and boxer Muhammad Ali are just some people who are known to have Parkinson's disease. In recent years and in the U.S. alone, it is estimated that 1 million people suffer from this type of progressive condition that affects the brain, nerves and body movement. Michael J. Fox himself has been an active advocate in educating people and financing research to find a cure for this disease.
Gall bladders are tiny. Tucked away under the liver in the right upper abdomen. Think kiwi fruit. But when they really play up think more in terms of hand grenade. The job of your gall bladder is to collect bile produced by the liver and then release it when needed to aid digestion. Sometimes though the gall or bile gets thick and sets into stones - often hundreds of tiny ones, or perhaps fewer, but larger ones.
Renal insufficiency is a term doctors use for renal failure or kidney failure. In other words, renal insufficiency, renal failure and kidney failure all mean the same thing. These terms are basically interchangeable. Another name for renal insufficiency is kidney insufficiency, but this term is rarely used. Renal failure describes a condition in which the kidneys cannot function sufficiently.
You're currently facing an illness such as cancer or a life threatening disease, this can emotionally tear you down. You may suddenly start to feel depressed and it's even crossed your mind that you have no purpose in life. You suddenly look in the mirror and ask yourself why? Sometimes we may not have all the answers to the why, but believe the only answer you can rely on is to keep going and never give up.
There's certainly one health problem that is particularly present over the winter months, and that is Acute Bronchitis. Most commonly it is a result from viruses, but it is registered that there are a few bacterial infections that may result in bronchitis. This unique disease often occurs in people who have had influenza as well as standard cold infections.