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    Thread: Learn to treat cold at home!!!
Post: Re: Learn to treat cold at home!!!

Remember though, that your doctor is the appropriate person to recommend a treatment. Do not take drugs "by ear", to avoid possible complications. 1. Drink plenty of liquids. Symptoms of colds and fl...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 2,754 01-18-2010, 07:25 PM
    Thread: Learn to treat cold at home!!!
Post: Learn to treat cold at home!!!

Sore throat, stuffy nose, muscle pain, cough, fever, are symptoms quite common in this period. In addition to the treatment recommended by a specialist, the cold symptoms may be ameliorated and by few...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 2,754 01-18-2010, 07:20 PM
    Thread: Pay attention to what medications do you take!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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According to statistics, a man from one million suffers from Lyell's syndrome, also called Acute epidermal. Is a dermatological condition that leads to detachment of the entire epidermal tissue. Lyell...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 2,627 01-15-2010, 09:52 AM
    Thread: Pay attention to what medications do you take!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post: Pay attention to what medications do you take!!!!!...

Monster after taking Paracetamol? [Image: http://image.stirileprotv.ro/media/image...399755.jpg] Eva Uhlin, a Swedish of 19 years, saw death with her eyes after she swallowed paracetamol to treat the ...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 2,627 01-15-2010, 09:06 AM
    Thread: Hell in Haiti
Post: Hell in Haiti

Hell in Haiti: 100,000 dead, a city transformed into a cemetery, fires. EUROPA do its best to help, as the rest of the world also!! :sweat The first balance advanced by Haitian authorities, after the ...
M.Helen General EU chat 0 2,945 01-15-2010, 08:45 AM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Use dental floss. Most of us ignore this part of cleaning teeth, because as we all recognize, is a tedious task. Recent studies show that we obtain the same result if you rinse your teeth with antisep...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 09:37 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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More attention to the brushing process, than to type of toothpaste. Some manufacturers claim that their tooth paste removes microbial plaque and tartar or kill the bacteria which develop the plaque. T...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 09:36 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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How we brush? Brushing is not effective if is not done properly. Here are some tips: To clean the outside of your teeth and gums, make short moves forward-back and then down-up. For cleaning the teeth...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 09:28 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Tips for healthy gums Choose the right toothbrush. Brushes have to be soft, not to injures your gums. Toothbrush should have a size and form, so that lets you clean the entire surface of teeth. It s...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 09:13 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Prevention The best way to prevent gums inflammation is a rigorous oral hygiene. This means brushing your teeth at least twice a day morning and evening, before you go to bed-, to rinse with mouthwash...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 09:04 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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What treatment we follow? The first step in treating gingivitis is: a full cleaning of teeth and removing of plaque and tartar. Cleaning procedure can be uncomfortable, especially if your gums are ve...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:56 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Complications An untreated gingivitis can develop into a periodontal, and a more serious disease of the gums. Periodontal can lead to tooth loss and increased risk of heart attack. And more, there is...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:48 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Hormonal changes. During pregnancy, your gums will retain microbial plate easier. And If you have and morning nausea, you will be more difficult to brush your teeth regularly; Inadequate nutrition. A...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:46 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Viral infections. Although bacteria are responsible for the development of gingivitis, the viral infections can also affect your gums. The gumsstomatitis herpes acute, for example, is an infection cau...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:39 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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The bad part is that already formed tartar can be hardly removed by brushing and cleaning with dental floss. Most likely, have to go to a dental surgery to remove the tartar. The more plaque or tartar...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:28 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Causes Gingivitis begins together with bacterial plaque. This invisible film -bio film- is usually composed of bacteria deposited on the teeth, when the starches and sugar in food interact with bacter...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:21 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
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Signs and symptoms Because gum disease, in early stages are, in most cases, painless, you can have gingivitis and do not know. Often, you might notice these signs: Gums swollen and red; Gums that blee...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:12 PM
    Thread: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease
Post: Re: Causes of Teeth and Gum Disease

How sensitive are your gums? Periodontal disease develops when inflammation and infection destroys tissue that support teeth, including gums, periodontal ligaments and alveolar bone. Gingivitis can be...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 0 9,636 01-14-2010, 08:03 PM
    Thread: How to protect your teeth
Post: Re: How to protect your teeth

Brushing the teeth after every meal is a part of the care of teeth. But, to protect, you should not brush your teeth at least an hour after you've consumed food or drinks acidic. When the enamel is so...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 1 18,314 01-14-2010, 07:21 PM
    Thread: How to protect your teeth
Post: Re: How to protect your teeth

Do not forget! Try to reduce consumption of fizzy drinks and opt for alkaline products that neutralizes acids (milk, cheese or other dairy products). Use straw to sip the juice, in this way you can ke...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 1 18,314 01-14-2010, 07:12 PM
    Thread: How to protect your teeth
Post: Re: How to protect your teeth

Conducting a proper brushing Experts recommend that brushing teeth to be made at least twice a day and brush must be changed once every 3-4 months. Also be used floss daily. If you do not know if you ...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 1 18,314 01-14-2010, 07:08 PM
    Thread: How to protect your teeth
Post: Re: How to protect your teeth

Opt for a soft bristled toothbrush Although many believe that brush must be as firm for a better cleaning, this is totally false, especially for adults with an advanced age. With the passing years, gu...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 1 18,314 01-14-2010, 06:59 PM
    Thread: How to protect your teeth
Post: Re: How to protect your teeth

Bruxism This habit is bad for teeth and can be caused by stress and anxiety. May be, and a reaction of the body when teeth do not align and are not positioned correctly (problems of occlusion). Bruxi...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 1 18,314 01-14-2010, 06:52 PM
    Thread: How to protect your teeth
Post: Re: How to protect your teeth

Do not use teeth as a bottle opener! According to dentists, more people use their teeth in various actions that can harm: to open bottles, to break packs or to straighten the teeth of a fork. Using th...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 1 18,314 01-14-2010, 06:36 PM
    Thread: How to protect your teeth
Post: Re: How to protect your teeth

Avoid fizzy drinks You like to drink juice or tea with ice and, after to eat the ice debris from cup? Although it can be fun, is not really recommended for your teeth. Ice chewing can cause cracks in...
M.Helen Health and Medicine Forum 1 18,314 01-14-2010, 06:31 PM