Health :: Best Health Articles in July 2005

Following are the best health articles in July 2005, arranged as per viewed frequency:

1. Infertility :: Role of Homeopathy in Male Infertility
Failure by a couple to conceive after one year of unprotected intercourse. Vital statistics has shown 40% of infertility cases having an abnormality of Male Factors…which is important in Spermatogenesis.

2. Menopause :: Mood during Menopause
On approaching menopause, many women do fear falling into profound moodiness. Even doctors believe this can happen. Until 1980, the American Psychiatric Association listed “involutional melancholia” – a mental disorder that supposedly occurred during menopause – in their official directory of psychiatric diagnoses. But the truth is not nearly so frightening, say psychologists from the University of Pittsburgh.

3. Ovarian Cyst :: Ovary disease in women
Ovarian cysts are sacs filled with fluid or a semisolid material that develops on or within the ovary. Typically, ovarian cysts are functional (not disease related) and disappear on their own. During the days preceding ovulation, a follicle grows. At the time of expected ovulation, the follicle fails to rupture and release an egg. (Physiologic ovarian cysts; Functional ovarian cysts)

4. Vitiligo :: Skin Leucoderma – Sulphur
Efficacy Of Homoeopathic Drugs In Cases Of Leucoderma: A Clinical Study

5. Corneal ulcer :: Eye Corneal Ulcer cured with Senega
Corneal ulcer is an erosion or open sore in the outer layers of the cornea caused by infection, abrasion, foreign bodies, severe allergy, severe dryness of the eye, various types of inflammatory disorders, stress, and an impaired immune system. Symptoms include eye pain, redness, blurred vision, light sensitivity, increased tearing, or a white patch on the cornea.

6. Hypertension :: Buy book online on hypertension diet
Hypertension cannot be cured, but it can be controlled through lifestyle changes and prescriptive medication. While medications to treat hypertension are available, research has shown that modest lifestyle and dietary changes can help treat and often delay or prevent high blood pressure.

7. Gynecology :: Leucorrhoea
Leucorrhoea or vaginal discharge is the most common and annoying problems of females. It is not a disease in itself but a symptom of some underlying disease.

8. Back Pain :: Pain Management Program Useful for Low Back Pain
When conducted by physiotherapists, a pain management program that includes exercise advice and strategies to overcome psychosocial barriers is a suitable alternative to physical therapy for low back pain, according to a report in the June 11th issue of The Lancet.

9. Dengue Fever :: Every fever is not dengue
Dengue and viral fever affects children and adults by the symptoms exhibited by the patients we could tell they were Dengue. In few cases we noticed signs and symptoms of bleeding from the Nose and mouth and hemorrhagic spots under the skin appeared 3 or four days after onset of the fever.

10. Menopause :: Symptoms come back after stopping menopausal hormone therapy
Some women who use a combination of estrogen and progestin to control the symptoms of menopause might find symptoms return when they stop the hormones, according to the latest findings from the Women”s Health Initiative (WHI), a major clinical trial of the risks and benefits of menopausal hormone therapy supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

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