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Parkinson's Disease and Counseling

WebMD discusses counseling options when coping with Parkinson's disease and the mental and emotional problems that can come with it.

The Effect of Smoking on HDL & LDL Cholesterol

Though cholesterol, a fatty substance in the body, is needed for cell formation and other essential processes, too much can lead to heart disease. Unfortunately, a combination of too much cholesterol and smoking can be fatal.

How Does the Heart Work with Other Organs to Keep the Body Healthy?

IntroductionThe heart is the most vital organ in the human body. The heart keeps you alive and ensures that the other organs are healthy. It is responsible for pumping blood through blood vessels and veins to reach the other organs in the body. The organs rely on the heart for its...

Holistic Treatment for Lowering Cholesterol

You may be tired of conventional medicine and are looking for alternative ways to lower your cholesterol. You may have heard of holistic medicine, but you are not sure how that would help your cholesterol levels.

About Periapical Periodontitis

Periapical periodontitis is the inflammation of the tissue adjacent to the tip of the tooth's root, known as the periapical tissue. Symptoms can include pain, swelling, the loosening of teeth, redness and pockets, where the gum and bone recede from the tooth. Bacteria is known as the cause and if le

What Is the Range of Wireless Heart Monitors?

A wireless monitor is a portable transmitter that continuously records the heart rhythm of a patient and transmits this data to a receiver. It is not wired to a bedside monitor. This allows the patient to move freely.

Tips for Starting a Cholesterol-Lowering Diet

Beginning a cholesterol lowering diet shouldn't be a daunting task. This article will show you how to make a smooth transition into following a heart healthy diet.

The History of Fluorescein Angiography

After the launch of a research program in 1959, the technique of retinal fluorescein angiography was first described and documented by two Indiana University students --- senior medical student Harold Novotny and intern David Alvis --- in 1961.

Blacks Less Likely to Get Important Stroke Drug

There is an effective tool to help minimize the devastating effects of a stroke, but not everyone is being offered the therapy. Blacks, in particular, are less likely to be given this potentially life saving drug.