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This week from HHP: Health apps, office noise, and hemorrhoid cream for the eyes?

November 16, 2010

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android
February 16, 2012

Hey, I just ran into this site 5 minutes ago and wannted to know if this has been released? I am very interested in trying it out. Seems like it would be a fun game to play.

November 16, 2011

As the most important thing for an individual is the health. So this article is the most helpful from the articles ever i read. Please keep up the good work. Thanks

November 09, 2011

Hello, I posted earlier but with no success for some reason, so here I am again.

I wanted to thank you for the post regarding the use of hemorrhoids cream under the eyes, to reduce swelling. What a great suggestion, my mother will be most pleased.

This site is one of my favourites so, thanks once more.
Regards
Marcus
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November 01, 2011

Hello. It is my belief that creams only deal with the symptoms of hemorrhoids rather than the root cause. For this reason I would only use creams to ease pain and soreness. I adopt a holistic strategy which involves diet changes and herbal remedies. Thank you for your interesting site.
Marcus
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Huntsville Chiropractor
October 22, 2011

I found your book “Low Back Pain: Healing your Aching Back” by Jeffrey N. Katz, M.D., M.S.,very informative for the most part. Much of what he says is right on point. However, Dr. Katz does a great disservice in not greater exploring conservative and alternative treatments for low back pain such as chiropractic care and lifestyle changes. The vast majority of low back pain patients are NOT candidates for surgery. In fact without neurological deficiencies for the most part surgery is contraindicated. We all know from experience that pain does not seem to be a good indicator for surgery. As a Huntsville Chiropractor, I have treated thousands of patients with low back pain. I feel doctors have a responsibility to counsel with all patients about all available options, their risk and benefits and let the informed patient do what they do best, make an informed decision about their health.
Dr Greg Millar DC CCEP

Tommy
July 01, 2011

Today, I wanted to alert you to something will afflict 40% of the adult population (or more) at some point of their lives. It’s called hemorrhoids or piles and it’s basically any form of vein inflammation around the lower rectal regions.

Intake of processed medication and creams:

This creates the same potential problem as processed foods. Even many of the fiber supplements contain processed and artificial elements that can create side-effects elsewhere… and lastly they are not even attacking the root of the problem here.
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Don J.
June 09, 2011

This is news to me as well. Hemorrhoid creams serve to constrict the blood vessels giving the skin a tighter less saggy look. Why not apply this to the eyes? I would add though that creams are only for external hemorrhoids treatment.

Hemorrhoids Home Treatments
April 18, 2011

Since hemorrhoids cream work on blood vessels, they should work as well for the eyes!

kettlebells
February 25, 2011

This article has mind well impact and impressed me enhancing my knowledge on rapidly evolving world of health apps. Would like to share with my friends. Also there is good news for my Australian friends, who are interested in home gym equipments to get online from well known store in Australia providing fitness equipments like barbells, dumbbells, weight plates, kettlebells, medicine ball etc.

katrina
November 27, 2010

Yes, there is evidence that hemorrhoid cream could be a dangerous to the eyes. But don’t worry most US hemorrhoid cream manufacturers have recently eliminated the ingredients thought to reduce puffiness.
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