MRSA Staph Infections

MRSA is abbreviation of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, a type of bacterium, which can produce some dangerous infections. The main problem with this bacterium is that it is resistant to most of the antibiotics that come under the beta-lactum category along with penicillin and methicillin. The MRSA is mostly evident in hospitals, nursing homes where

Introduction to Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne pepper is red in color and spicy. It is used to spice up dishes or for medicinal purposes. There is no documentation when cayenne was first used for its medicinal values but there is evidence to show who were using it first. The product is native to French Guiana, which is the overseas region

How Long Does Sun Poisoning Last?

Sun poisoning is a somewhat misleading name for several different conditions which all fall under the same umbrella of severe sunburn. The first type is simply that—severe sunburn, which anyone can get. The second type is called polymorphous light eruption (PMLE), and only affects 1 in every 10 Americans. PMLE may be genetic or it

Crones diet: What food to avoid

There is no particular scientifically proven diet for a Crones patient. There are many patients who do not require any Crone’s diet restrictions because they seem to tolerate all types of foods. However in many patients it is also observed that during a flare-up of Crohn’s disease or when the disease is active, certain food

Diarrhea Causes

Ordinarily, the food you consume remains in liquid form throughout the majority of the digestive system process. Whenever the unabsorbed food residue passes via your colon, the majority of the fluids are absorbed and what remains is a semisolid stool. With diarrhea like green diarrhea, the food and fluids you consume pass too rapidly or

Hyperactivity

Many children are overactive, particularly boys between the ages of two and five, but very few are truly hyperactive. Hyperactive children are totally uncontrollable and destructive and do not appear to respond to normal discipline. They are also more often at the extremes of intelligence. Very intelligent children may be bored by the activities available

Tofu and Soy

Wow, lots of feedback on my soy blog last week in which I said we should avoid tofu and there were lots of good questions and comments. Obviously this is an explosive topic; much more so than I had expected, truth be told. This has lead me to try to clarify a few things this