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Risks After Knee & Hip Replacement Surgery

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 Akansha Singh (May 01, 2017)  This is not only for knee or hip surgeries but many kinds or almost every kind of surgery have risks for complications. one cannot deny this fact and ignore the need of surgery due to this. When you know it is necessary, it is necessary. You need to know what these risks are and how they apply to you and how can you cope up with them. This is the main part of the story and thus .. (Heart Disease)

Different Types Of Coronary Bypass Surgery

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 Akansha Singh (April 15, 2017)  Coronary artery bypass graft surgery is the most traditional medical operation to treat the blocked heart arteries for almost 55 years. The development is a marked evolution to provide best heart attack treatment. After the bypass surgery, most of the patients are recommended to get full bed rest for weeks. However few decades the period of rehab were a little bit longer and the .. (Heart Disease)

Psychiatric Medications May Increase Heart Attack Risk

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 Donald Godman (June 16, 2014)  Researchers urge additional education and drug safety information on the links between antipsychotic medications and heart attack risks after studies uncovered the associations. The study, published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, included nearly 57,000 Taiwanese patients who were first treated for heart attacks between 1999 and 2009. Some of the patients, who .. (Heart Disease)

Stem Cell Therapy For Cardiovascular Disease

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 Vipul Jain Advancells (June 12, 2014)  Considering the fact that worldwide death rate due to heart diseases have risen to the peak in the 20th century; the race was on between the researchers to identify new therapeutic strategies for cardiovascular diseases. In this era large clinical trials have undergone providing sufficient statistical data and consistent finding on stem cell as an alternative remedy. These approaches .. (Heart Disease)

Olive Oil Helps Prevent Irregular Heartbeat

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 Donald Godman (June 11, 2014)  A diet rich in extra-virgin olive oil may reduce the risk of irregular heartbeat, according to an article in the medical journal Circulation, reporting on a Spanish medical research trial testing the benefits of a Mediterranean diet. The PREvención con DIeta MEDiterránea (PREDIMED) trial began in 2003 when researchers recruited adults at risk for heart disease. Almost .. (Heart Disease)

Keep your heart healthy with paleo diet

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 Leah Spencer (May 24, 2014)  The Paleolithic diet also called the “Stone Age" or “Caveman" diet. The main idea is that if we eat like our ancestors many ages ago, we will be healthier, lose weight and control other disease. That is the foods that can be fished, hunted or collected: berries, poultry, fish, eggs, veggies, meat, roots, fruits, shellfish and no lentils like peas, beans, no dairy, and no .. (Heart Disease)

Natural Ways to Cure Heartburn

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 Saya Hebat (November 28, 2012)  Heartburn is actually a problem and an excruciating 1 especially when you have not found an excellent relief for it. You can find natural remedies for the heartburn which you may find fascinating as well as the good thing are the fact they bring fast relief. Heartburn or else treated could lead to gastroesophageal reflux illness which consequently may give birth along with other worse .. (Heart Disease)

World Heart Day 2012 – Taking Care of Women & Children

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 Bhavesh Patel (September 27, 2012)  In continuation with the previous year’s theme of home heart health, the World Heart Federation has kept this year’s theme the same, viz. , ‘One World, One Home, One Heart’. The focus for this year will be prevention of CVDs (heart diseases) in women and children. There are several misconceptions prevailing which presume that women are less likely to suffer a .. (Heart Disease)

Varicose Vein Treatment Panama City Fl For A Proper Way Of Treating The Bulging Veins With Pools

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 William Klein (September 10, 2012)  Veins are blood vessels that bring in the blood from all organs and take it towards the heart. The oxygen from the blood is used by the organs and they release the carbon dioxide into the blood. The veins often form a bulge and have got a lot of blood inside. This is due to the lack of circulation of the blood that is carried by them. The veins become visible and bulging and are often .. (Heart Disease)

Heart Attack – Warning Signs, Causes and Medication

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 Canie Cru (June 21, 2012)  Approximately 1 million people in the US experience a heart attack every year. About 460,000 people die due to the same. About half of the heart attack patients die before getting any medical assistance. Though heart attack is a grave health concern, you could probably save a life by knowing about the revealing signs of a heart attack. Learn The Signs There’s a common .. (Heart Disease)

Preventing Heart Attack in Early Stages

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 Bhavesh Patel (June 18, 2012)  DID YOU KNOW? In 2008, heart related diseases accounted for 24% of all deaths caused by non-communicable diseases. In other words 12,57,936 people died of heart diseases or cardiovascular diseases (CVDs). In 2004, total number of deaths due to ischaemic heart disease (IHD) was 5,54,194. Out of that 2,55,782 people died in urban areas while 2,98,412 died in rural areas. The total .. (Heart Disease)

How walking lower blood pressure

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 Abigail Isaiah (June 15, 2012)  In this article I will talk about the value of strolling in a hypertension level decrease program. It is worth noting in that the more recent pattern of intense exercise with relax times may be possible for you once you have perfected strolling. You need to be effective to reduced hypertension level. I know, easier said then done; however the more effective you are, the more chance .. (Heart Disease)

Keeping Family Tradition Alive in a Jewish Retirement Community

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 Bruce Markey (May 23, 2012)  One of the most noticeable aspects of Jewish culture is the importance that it places on maintaining family tradition and open communication between members of its community. Older generations are looked up to with great respect while the younger generations seek to follow in their footsteps to preserve their distinctly Jewish way of life. It is only logical, then, that the traditional .. (Heart Disease)

Crestor: Preventing the complications of high cholesterol.

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 Canie Cru (May 22, 2012)  Cholesterol is a lipid synthesized in the liver. Most people know about the dangerous complications occurring due to having a high level of cholesterol in the body. But, there are many who are not aware that cholesterol is also essential for carrying out the normal functions of the body. Cholesterol is an important component of the outermost layer of all the cells in our body. The .. (Heart Disease)

Rheumatic Heart Disease Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

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 Lena Marie (March 26, 2012)  Rheumatic heart disease is inflammation and damage to the heart muscle and heart valves that develops as a result of rheumatic fever. Rheumatic heart disease is a condition in which permanent damage to heart valves is caused by rheumatic fever. The heart valve is damaged by a disease process that generally begins with a strep throat caused by bacteria called Streptococcus, and may .. (Heart Disease)

Manage Heart and Blood Pressure Related Disorders with Plavix

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 Canie Cru (February 23, 2012)  High Blood Pressure in Brief:Blood pressure values fluctuate at all hours and are likely to change because of activities. Hypertension can harm any individual and people with a personal history of this ailment are more vulnerable. There aren't any exact reasons discovered per se for this disorder but a couple of likely reasons include: • Arteriosclerosis
• Excess .. (Heart Disease)

Mitral Valve Prolapse Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

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 Lena Marie (February 13, 2012)  Mitral valve prolapse is a heart problem in which the valve that separates the upper and lower chambers of the left side of the heart does not close properly. Mitral valve prolapse (MVP) is also called click-murmur syndrome, floppy mitral valve syndrome, and Barlow syndrome after the doctor who first described MVP. The mitral valve is a one-way valve in the left side of the heart that .. (Heart Disease)

Amazing Epilepsy Treatments Are Available

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 Brad Roberts (January 12, 2012)  Medicine is the most typical epilepsy treatment method. It may be prescribed by way of a physician, neurologist, neurosurgeon or any other healthcare professional who works closely with an epileptic patient. The medications which are used in people with epilepsy are anticonvulsant drugs. The potency of these products depends on the type of epilepsy syndrome the patient has. People with .. (Heart Disease)

Gastroenterology – the life-saver for seemingly common ailments

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 Ronny Michal (December 28, 2011)  Three Ancient Greek words – Gaster (stomach), Enteron (intestine) and Logos (reason) – combine to form the word Gastroenterology. In practice since the 18th century, this is the area of medicine that studies the digestive system and the various ailments and diseases that affect gastrointestinal system, which travel from the mouth to the anus. The different organs that make .. (Heart Disease)

The Effectiveness and Reliability of Nexium

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 Canie Cru (December 09, 2011)  Nexium Nexium (Esomeprazole) is a member of a group of medications called proton pump inhibitors and is used in treating disorders caused due to excessive production of acids in the stomach. Esomeprazole prevents the production of excess acids in the stomach. What is the dosage of Nexium? Doctors usually prescribe Nexium for a duration of 4 – 8 weeks depending upon the medical .. (Heart Disease)

Why Lanoxin is ideal to manage heart conditions

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 Canie Cru (November 29, 2011)  Lanoxin Extracted from the leaves of the digitalis plant, Lanoxin (Digoxin) improves the heart rhythm and is an effective drug to treat congestive heart failure. Additionally, it is recommended to manage atrial fibrillation. What is the dosage of Lanoxin? Generic Lanoxin tablets should be taken as prescribed by your doctor, with a glass full of water. In the case of liquid medicine, a .. (Heart Disease)

Health and Fit - Lowering Cholesterol by Natural Means Is Possible

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 Oey Piu Hian (November 21, 2011)  Lots of people are suffering from high cholesterol levels, due to which they are suffering from cardiovascular diseases in their bodies. Their major concern is to lower down their cholesterol levels and lead a healthy life because the diseases they face are not only painful but deadly also. Even individuals below forty years of age have high cholesterol level so you should better start .. (Heart Disease)

Dimagrire Velocemente

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 Alex Mog (October 19, 2011)  If you want to lose weight fast but especially withimmediate effect, try to keep up the enthusiasm to give toimmediately and vigorously to try to see if there reflectedin this brochure: 7.00 am: I wake up drinking on an empty stomach, a glass of water at lowsodium content. It will be the first one a long series. During thedays leave taken at least eight, preferably betweenmeals. .. (Heart Disease)

Rising incidence of heart diseases driving external defibrillator market in India

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 Sachin Thorat (September 07, 2011)  The Indian medical devices market is largely dependent on imports from foreign countries. However, of late domestic players in the country are ramping up their manufacturing facilities. They are providing stiff competition to the foreign companies which hold a large share in the market. The growing target base of consumers, and innovation and improvement in technology will boost sales .. (Heart Disease)

Heart Disease, Dietary Fat & Nuts

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 Joni Nikulainen (July 31, 2011)  Are all high fat foods bad for your heart? Nuts are a fat-rich food group that actually appears to be healthy for the heart. Dr. Sabati, Fraser and colleagues at Loma Linda University studiedthe diet of Seventh day Adventists. Adventists are known for their lower risk of heart disease than the average American. What the researchers were surprised to find was that the people who ate the . (Heart Disease)

Omron HeartScan – ECG Monitor with Software

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 Ali Shah (June 07, 2011)  The single-channel Omron HeartScan ECG Monitor is truly impressive in every respect. It’s versatile and multi-purpose features make it ideal for GPs and other medical professionals at every level. It can also be used by patients with prior guidance from a medical professional. Unlike most ECG Monitors it is completely cordless and very compact, meaning that it is fully portable, .. (Heart Disease)

Automated external defibrillators can now be used with little or no first aid training

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 Ali Shah (June 07, 2011)  Defibrillation is a common treatment for life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias, ventricular fibrillation (where the heart is in spasm but not pumping blood normally) and pulseless ventricular tachycardia (essentially where the heart has stopped functioning). Defibrillation consists of delivering a therapeutic dose of electrical energy to the affected heart with a device called a .. (Heart Disease)

Alternative heart disease treatments

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 Uday Patel (May 27, 2011)  Since the rise of civilizations and modern living all over the globe heart disease has become widespread. The stress and strain of modern lifestyle is stressful for the heart. One of the bodies most vital organ heart is a pump. Deoxygenated blood flows from the veins of the body into the heart chambers. From here blood is sent to the lungs for oxygenation and then pumped back into the .. (Heart Disease)

Herbs That Help Clear Plaque in Arteries - Find Out What Works!

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 Lovel Rose (April 27, 2011)  Herbs have many health benefits and for those with unhealthy cholesterol level, herbs can provide two major heart-healthy benefits. Herbs can decrease the level of harmful LDL or low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and increase the level of useful HDL or high-density lipoprotein cholesterol. You can add the herbs to your daily diet or take them in the form of supplements depending on .. (Heart Disease)

What Are Triglycerides

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 George P White (April 20, 2011)  If you have been diagnosed as having a high level of triglycerides, and you need to lower them, you may have to make some fairly major lifestyle changes. Triglycerides are a type of cholesterol that comes from eating foods high in sugar and carbohydrates. If your diet is high in foods such as cakes, cookies, and other foods made from white flour and corn, it follows that you may have a .. (Heart Disease)

High Cholesterol Facts

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 George P White (April 15, 2011)  Many people think of their cholesterol levels as being just one three-digit number. But in actual fact there are several types of cholesterol that get measured when your doctor does his tests. It is imperative that you understand what each type means and how it can affect your health. The total cholesterol number is the main one that people normally use to describe their cholesterol .. (Heart Disease)

Eye Bag Removal – What’s Possible and What Isn’t

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 Sumit Tayal (April 08, 2011)  Eye bag removal, or blepharoplasty, is a commonly used part of the general suite of surgical techniques that combat signs of ageing. The technique is also used to remove excess eyelid skin from the visual ranges of people whose eyelids, and the skin around them, have begun to interfere with their fields of vision. The procedure can be undergone either as a part of a full facelift .. (Heart Disease)

Taking care of heart with heart and soul

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 Bail Avis (April 06, 2011)  Heart is important in almost all the matters. Putting heart and soul into something will produce desired results. When heart melts, things take positive turn. When you are living in the heart of the city, you are located at the most strategical place. You feel empathetic to someone when your heart goes for him/ her. We use heart for every small thing and also for every important thing. .. (Heart Disease)

High Cholesterol Symptoms

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 George P White (April 03, 2011)  Did you know that for most of us, there are no high cholesterol symptoms at all? Most times high cholesterol levels are detected from routine cholesterol blood tests or when you come down with a stroke or a heart attack. In a few cases, cholesterol may be deposited just under your skin and would show up as yellowish patches around the eyes, palm, knuckles and heels. White rings around .. (Heart Disease)

Stress and Heart Care

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 Shiphrah Jessica (March 09, 2011)  The purpose of this article is to help the average person overcome the stress in their life, so as to decrease the risk of heart disease. It is common knowledge that stress can lead to heart disease. Stress can be caused by a plethora factors, all of which can handled in a healthy way. If you’re working too many hours a day without breaks, that will lead to emotional stress which . (Heart Disease)

Heart disease Caused due to low nutrition

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 Tanmay Sharma (February 25, 2011)  Heart disease are been caused due to various conditions which one is facing. It may be cause by anything like it can be either genetic or just by some physical problem. Apart from the above reasons it is can be also caused due to low level of nutrition in the body. Many people search for many nutrition articles in which they can get some tips and diet which one can follow so that the .. (Heart Disease)

Stress and Heart Health

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 Shiphrah Jessica (February 19, 2011)  Stress can be big or small. When you feel losing your cool in your workplace, at your home, or in a relationship and you are not in control of things anymore, you get stressed out. Stress is one of the main factors that can increase one’s risk for heart disease. We cannot deny the fact that stress is a part of day to day life but at the same time managing it well can cut out the .. (Heart Disease)

Breathing exercises for reducing stress and effective heart care

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 Shiphrah Jessica (January 29, 2011)  Breathing exercises are an integral part of any kind of relaxation techniques like Yoga and Meditation among others. Simple breathing techniques are effective in alleviating stress and imperative for heart care, given the fact that extreme stress results in heart related complications. Anxiety and depression are countered by breathing techniques and this allows your body to function in .. (Heart Disease)

Stress management tips for perfect heart care

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 Shiphrah Jessica (January 19, 2011)  Heart complications and stress go hand in hand, as many scientific studies and evidence suggest. Consequently, stress management becomes indispensable for heart care. Negative stress makes our immune system weak, drives us to depression and mental ailments and results in heart diseases. For heart health, mange stress through the following tips, • Avoid overburdening It is .. (Heart Disease)

Wines and its Uses

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 Trent Vaughn (January 19, 2011)  Usually made from grapes, wine is an alcoholic beverage produced by going through a fermentation process which commonly uses fruit juice. Among the most common fruit widely used is the grapes. With the help of certain kinds of yeast, it devours the fruit sugar then converts it to alcohol. Apple and plum are also common fruit wines. Starch-based ingredients are also used, such as rice .. (Heart Disease)

Home Remedies for Heartburn and Other Health Tips

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 Tanmay Sharma (January 17, 2011)  Heartburn is a very common health issue and can affect people of all age groups. The health condition usually affects adults or those who have a poor digestion system. The heartburn, which is also known as reflux is a disorder in the digestion system. It is also medically known as gastroesphageal reflux disease or GRED. Heartburn symptoms are generally common for every one. However, at .. (Heart Disease)

The Troubled Heart

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 Jason Brunes (January 13, 2011)  Out of all the organs of the human body, nothing is more fascinating and remarkable than the human heart. It is small, just as the same size as the fist, in proportion to the human body. But as small as it, it is quite powerful, powerful enough to pump blood to the entire human body. It would seem that the heart is so incredible that nothing in the world could threaten the heart. The .. (Heart Disease)

Best Natural Foods That Cleanse Your Arteries

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 Lovel Rose (January 04, 2011)  The flexibility of the arteries that supplies blood and oxygen to the body should be intact. There are many important processes that take place in these arteries. Major changes takes place in these arteries that contribute to the proper functioning of heart. Deposits that are accumulated on these arteries can cause serious issues. These deposits are mainly cholesterol, cellular waste .. (Heart Disease)

Healthy Heart - Acai Berry As Well As Your Heart Protection

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 Oey Piu Hian (January 04, 2011)  Broken heart is one of the heart diseases, which may be extremely much dangerous for some persons since they are perhaps causing stroke, paralysis, as well as death. Reality is, broken heart or coronary disease is one of the human’s natural killer. Yet another reality is deaths that are caused by broken heart or some other heart diseases tend to be significantly growing these past . (Heart Disease)

Heart disease types

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 Uday Patel (December 30, 2010)  The constant improvement in medicines and procedures has given heart patients with lots of hope. The risk factors have come down. Through medicines the symptoms and cardiac functions can be vastly improved. Heart disease management is constantly improving thanks to research and development in procedures and medicine. Heart ailments are treated by medicine, surgery and non surgical .. (Heart Disease)

Can Taking Aspirin Reduce Your Risk For A Heart Attack?

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 Brent Cullen (December 06, 2010)  Aspirin has been used for a long time to relieve pain from everything from a fever to arthritis. We have always been told by researches that it is a great ally in the fight against heart disease. If you are a man, taking an aspirin a day can help lower the risk of you having an initial heart attack and also a recurring attack and it also lowers your overall risk of developing heart .. (Heart Disease)

Heartburn and Dementia Symptoms

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 Tanmay Sharma (November 18, 2010)  Often, after consuming foods or drinks which are popular as the causes of acidity in the body, one may feel a burn in the chest, near the heart. It may bind him with a misconception that there is some issue going on with the heart. This condition is no heart disease, though it is known as heartburn. A few heartburn symptoms are listed below for you to take account of: • Burning in . (Heart Disease)

Coronary Computed Tomography Angiography: General Considerations

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 Mark Green (November 14, 2010)  Coronary computed tomography (CCTA) is currently considered to be a technique for high-resolution computed tomography (CT) imaging of the heart. It has become generally accepted that patients with negative CT cardiac results will not need to undergo cardiac catheterization. The radiation dose for the CCTA with modern techniques is much lower than even a few years ago and in some cases, .. (Heart Disease)

Coronary calcium channel blocker heart failure – amlodipine

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 Maria Raton (October 27, 2010)  Calcium channel blockers are medicines that slow the movement of calcium into the cells of the heart and blood vessels. It further relaxes blood vessels, increases the supply of oxygen-rich blood to the heart, and reduces the heart's workload, thereby preventing heart failure. Amlodipine is a long-acting calcium channel blocker used as an anti-hypertensive and in the treatment of .. (Heart Disease)

Acidophilus yeast infection - Boric acid for yeast infections

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 Kumar Tang (September 13, 2010)  Boric acid for yeast infections can resolve well and effectively. Boric acid is a white substance is very toxic and is used to kill cockroaches. Boric acid is used primarily to treat vaginal yeast infections, but can also treat other types of yeast infection. Pregnant women protect her self and her baby to not use boric acid as a remedy for yeast infection, because they can cause .. (Heart Disease)




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