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Alternative Treatment for Alopecia Areata

Overview Alopecia areata is a hair-loss disease that affects people of all ages. Unlike standard alocepia, which is the medical term for hair loss on the scalp, alopecia areta can affect all parts of the body. There are three kinds of alopecia aret...

Alternative Treatments for Sciatica Pain

The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body, and it runs from the lower back down to the middle of the back leg. When pain and inflammation take place in this nerve, it is known medically as "sciatica." This pain can be acute, meaning that it...

Alternative Treatments for Clogged Arteries

Clogged arteries, also known as atherosclerosis, can lead to heart attacks or strokes. There are several drugs on the market for the treatment of clogged arteries, but they all have the potential for serious side effects. However, there are alternati...

Alternative Treatments for a UTI

Every year, 8 million cases of urinary tract infections are reported. Most afflict women. A UTI is a bacterial infection that may be anywhere in the urinary system from the bladder to the kidneys. Both urethra and bladder infections are common and ma...

Alternative Treatment for Cystitis

Most people know cystitis by the more familiar UTI, or urinary tract infection. Cystitis is caused by bacteria in the urinary tract and bladder. The infection can be contracted during sexual relations, from improper wiping after a bowel movement or e...

Alternative Treatment for Alzheimer's

For the nearly 4.5 million Americans and their families struggling with Alzheimer's disease, alternative treatments may present the only promise for impeding the progress of their illness. More and more alternative--and home--remedies are being cited...

Tips on Osteopenia Treatment Alternatives

A decrease in bone mineral density is called osteopenia. The condition occurs most often in two groups of females: post-menopausal and young athletes. Post-menopausal women are at risk of developing osteopenia because of the lack of estrogen in their...

Alternative Treatment of Molluscum Contagiosum

Overview Molluscum contagiosum is a skin condition caused by a strain of the poxvirus. When you come into direct skin-to-skin contact with someone carrying the pathogen, or even touch a contaminated object, you may develop the small, sometimes red...

Alternative Treatment for Bipolar Conditions

Overview Medicines traditionally given for bipolar disorder can have side effects that are difficult to deal with, leaving patients looking for less harmful treatments. Alternative medicine treatment can be a safe supplement to drugs, but it's crit...

Alternative Candida Treatment

Overview Candida is a fungus that lives everywhere, and is found naturally in our bodies, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. The scientific name for yeast is Candida and our immune systems normally keep it under control, but Candid...