Archive for June, 2011

Guide for Parents to Teach Swimming

Posted in Beauty on June 24th, 2011 by Lance

Question:
Is there any step-to-step guide for parents to teach swimming, particularly for kids, say around 7 years of age. Kids seem to always fear venturing out of the shallow. Can you recommend any technique that is recent on teaching swimming to kids of that age? Read more »

Propecia Experiment Effects. Part 2

Posted in Hair Loss on June 23rd, 2011 by Lance

These studies tried to determine how well Propecia worked according to four separate criteria: the hair count in a one inch diameter circle on the scalp; the thoughts about the before and after pictures made by a panel of dermatologists; patient surveys; and the investigators’ impressions about the change in scalp and hair growth. Positive results of Propecia when compared to placebo concluded that:
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Propecia Experiment Effects. Part 1

Posted in Hair Loss on June 23rd, 2011 by Lance

In the record length trial involving hair loss research, results were found to indicate that Propecia users saw positive results after five consistent years of use.

5 Year Study Shows that the “Hair Count Gap” is Indeed Wider Between Those that Used Propecia, And Those Who Were Taking Placebo.

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Prilosec & Dilantin Interactions

Posted in Online Pharmacies on June 17th, 2011 by Lance

Q. My grandmother is taking Prilosec for heartburn. She has also been prescribed Dilantin and is now concerned about taking the two together. She has read these can be fatal if taken together. Is that true? Read more »

Medications

Posted in Detoxification on June 10th, 2011 by Lance

Drug treatment for Parkinson’s disease attempts to correct the imbalance of the brain chemical (neurotransmitter) dopamine . Read more »

Swift Decline with Alzheimer’s

Posted in Conditions and Diseases on June 3rd, 2011 by Lance

Q.My husband is 19 years older than me (age 74), and four months ago I was told he had signs of early Alzheimer’s. Since that time, our lives have changed greatly. A few months ago, things were pretty normal. Now he puts things away in unusual places and can’t remember names of good friends, but he spends hours doing “word find” puzzles. Things that he always took care of are now just forgotten. He retired with 40 years service from a local TV station where he did video work, but now he can’t do that at all. Why in such a short time have things become so hard for him, even things that he has done for a long period of his life? Read more »