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    University of Phoenix
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    One of the largest online universities with a widely recognized name, Kaplan University offers a myriad of online pharmacology courses that fit your schedule.
Comfort for the Dogs – Treating Thromboembolosis
by admin on: September 22nd, 2011
As a field of study, veterinary medicine is a mostly overlooked. It is not easy for those without pets to see how much time, research, and education goes into keeping them healthy. Dogs, cats and other animals are as susceptible to diseases as humans are, maybe even more so as they do not wash themselves as regularly as most people do. There are also diseases that can effect both humans and animals. One good example of a cross species diseases is thromboembolosis. Thromboembolosis is the obstruction...
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Relief for Cold Sores
by admin on: September 20th, 2011
A fever blister, canker sore or cold sore on your mouth can be painful. These red and swollen blisters may break open then scab over, taking up to two weeks to heal. A cold sore flare-up cab be unsightly, uncomfortable and unrelenting. The herpes simplex virus (HSV) is often to blame for cold sores. You can contract this virus from another person by sharing a razor, a kiss or an eating utensil, but all is not lost. There are ways to treat the blisters to shorten their healing process, reduce the...
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Treating an In-grown Toenail
by admin on: September 16th, 2011
Most Americans have been crippled by the pain, inflammation and infection of an ingrown toenail. The first indication is a hard, swollen area along the outer edge of your toenail that is very tender to the touch. If you don’t initiate some kind of treatment soon, the nail and surrounding tissue will get red and become infected. This ailment is particularly common with teenagers whose feet are growing fast everyday. Any toe can be affected, but an in-grown toenail seems to frequent the big toe...
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Get Relief from Eczema
by admin on: September 14th, 2011
If you’ve noticed a topical rash on your child that is itchy, dry, scaly, reddish in color, oozing, crusting, or shedding, this may be Eczema. Eczema is often located on the scalp, face, knees, hands or feet, but anywhere is fair game for this ailment. Instant relief can be as simple as an over-the-counter cortisone ointment that treats bug bites and other itchy symptoms. For longer term treatment, a visit to the doctor will be necessary. Eczema affects as much as 30 percent of the population...
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Heartburn Tips and Prevention
by admin on: September 12th, 2011
If you are pushing away from the dinner table after a large meal, you may notice the onset of heartburn symptoms. Heartburn doesn’t really affect your heart, but the pain that can radiate in your chest from acid in your stomach can feel that way. Additional symptoms include a bitter or sour taste in your mouth and/or throat. Unless you treat your heartburn immediately, you can experience the discomfort and pain of indigestion for hours. After a meal, the acid in your stomach began to break...
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Stop Grinding and Clenching Your Teeth
by admin on: September 9th, 2011
Most individuals grind their teeth from time to time, but some may have bruxism and grind their teeth every day. This can damage your teeth, making tiny fractures, loosening fillings and generally complicating your oral health. Over time grinding your teeth can also lead to hearing loss and TMJ (a weakening of the jaw), with the possibility of changing the appearance of your facial features. Anxiety plays a huge role with those who rub their teeth together, but often an abnormal bite or a missing...
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Tips to Avoid Chapped Lips
by admin on: September 7th, 2011
As you bundle up during the frigid temperatures of winter, you may find yourself dealing with chapped lips (among other things). Over-the-counter medicines and home remedies are all tried and true, but what causes this cracked, reddened lip ailment and how can you avoid the next bout? One common cause is a habit of licking your lips. While this is a momentary attempt at keeping your lips moist, you’re actually removing necessary skin oils, causing your lips and surrounding skin to dry our quicker...
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Tips for Dealing with Dry Skin
by admin on: September 5th, 2011
Every winter, millions of people look for causes and solutions for dry skin. The itching, dry, flaky and painful condition can be maddening every day. Unfortunately, the skin condition is common and plays havoc with your body’s number one defense against disease. When your skin cracks open with rough, dry scales, you could be exposing yourself to all kinds of bacteria. So for your health, your looks, and your sanity this winter, here are some solutions: Avoid clothes that make you itch, harsh...
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Overcoming Pet Allergies
by admin on: September 2nd, 2011
Living with a pet that makes your nose run and your throat swell up is problematic. If you don’t have a life-threatening allergy, there are ways to live comfortably with your new furry friend. When shopping for a new pet, you have to consider the people in your family who have allergies. Children will generally outgrow allergies, but adults rarely overcome an allergy to a pet by living with it for a long period of time. Surprisingly, all pets have the capacity to cause allergic reactions. There...
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Dealing with ‘Floaters’ in Your Eyes
by admin on: August 31st, 2011
You squint to look for the plane in the sky and see stringy translucent flecks that float around in your field of vision. Surprisingly, this is a common part of the aging process. After awhile though, these annoying floaters can become more noticeable and prominent enough to seek medical attention. Individuals have explained the specks as wiggling bugs, lines or webs. If you use a microscope, binoculars, stare into the sky or at a bright wall they’ll be very visible. Near-sighted people and...
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