What is listeriosis?
By: Carolyn Tytler
On Saturday, August 23rd., 2008, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced that 21 cases of a deadly listeriosis outbreak have been confirmed and another 30 are under investigation. Of the confirmed cases, sixteen have occurred in Ontario, three in British Columbia, one in Saskatchewan...
Diseases of the heart
By: Alicia M Prater PhD
Opening any pathology textbook to the Heart chapter provides a long list of things that can go wrong with this essential organ. There are congenital diseases, which are present from birth; heart disease that occurs as we age and is due to the presence of...
Why throat infections may cause ear pain
By: Mutaz Sunbul
We all have had flue and common cold. In some cases, bacterial infection occurs secondary to flue and cause throat, nose and sinuses infection. Throat infection (Glossitis and tonsillitis) are characterised by sore throat, hoarsness of voice, difficult/painfull swallowing and pain in the ear (otalgia)...
Chemotherapy explained
By: D. P. Noe
That dreaded diagnosis and what you feel inside when you are told you have cancer. You are scared and face the fight of your life. You will hear about medical terminology that you never have heard of before. You have made the decision to go...
What is listeriosis?
By: aggieteacher
Listeriosis, commonly called listeria, is a food-borne illness caused by the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes. The illness is mainly threatening to elderly people, young children, pregnant women and their fetuses, and people with compromised immune systems (such as those with cancer or AIDS). It can, however...
AIDS and Population Control
By: Victor Strange
First of all is AIDS of a natural origin? I will say absolutely not! I believe AIDS is a synthetic disease that was engineered in Department of Defense laboratories in response to a request from the World Health Organization. I know you have been told...
By: G E Barr
JUST A THOUGHT OR TWOSince DNA is transcribed into RNA and AIDS virus genetic material is RNA, then it lacks a basic process and therefore one chemical molecule. Produce DNA to trick the AIDS RNA into extinction. Produce what the human body lacks in immunology...
Cancer-preventing foods
By: Jane W. Smith
Research suggests that there are many beneficial properties found in fruits and vegetables that may help ward off cancer and other diseases. One of these helpful properties is called phytochemicals. Phytochemicals are what give plants their color and flavor and are currently under scientific scrutiny...
Cancer-preventing foods
By: Lorrie Noah
Cancer is one of the most feared diseases in our society; however, most of us are unaware of how we can reduce our risk of developing this disease. Cancer starts as a single abnormal cell that multiplies out of control. As they group together, they...
By: Terrie Schultz
It's common knowledge that a nutritious diet plays a key role in maintaining good health. But in addition to providing general health benefits, certain foods can actually help to lower your risk of developing many types of cancer. Cancer is a disease that begins when...

 

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