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1.Acidophilus and Other Probiotics
Lactobacillus acidophilus is a "friendly" strain of bacteria used to make yogurt and cheese. Although we are born without it, acidophilus soon establishes itself in our intestines and helps prevent intestinal infections. Acidophilus also flourishes in the vagina, where it protects women against yeast infections. Acidophilus is one of several microb...
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2.Vaginal Infection
The most common causes of vaginal infections are: Some won't have problems. Others may have pain, itching, and swelling. Medicine may be needed to treat some infections. If you have symptoms, see your doctor. Some infections can lead to more severe problems. Natural therapies may help to improve symptoms. They may restore the balance of healthy ba...
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Eczema is irritation to the outer layers of the skin. It causes an itchy, red rash. Scratching makes the rash worse. It is treated with skin care, medicines, and UV light therapy. Some people turn to natural therapies to further manage symptoms. Editorial process and description of evidence categories can be found at 1106577 /tnp/Natural and Altern...
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Diarrhea, or loose bowel movements, can occur for many reasons. Food poisoning and infections are the most common causes of acute (short-lived) diarrhea. Chronic diarrhea may be caused by ongoing illnesses of the digestive tract, such as /tnp/condition/ibd doc 39023 inflammatory bowel disease and /tnp/pg000616 doc 21736 irritable bowel syndrome . C...
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5.Crohn's Disease
Crohn disease (CD) is inflammation in the colon and the end of the small bowel. It causes loose stools, belly pain, lack of energy, and other health problems. You may go back and forth between times when you have symptoms and times when you do not. CD is managed by avoiding certain foods that make it worse. Medicine can also help. Surgery can remov...
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6.Ulcerative Colitis
Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic problem of the colon. Regular inflammation causes damage to the colon. This leads to bleeding, loose or bloody stools, pain, cramps, and weight loss. Problems tend to come and go over time. There is no cure for UC. Medicines and changes in how you eat can help to control it. The goal is to control flare-ups and...
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Colic is when a baby cries inconsolably for no clear reason. Crying is often in the afternoon or early evening. It often happens at the same time each day. It can start as early as two weeks and often stops by five months of age. The cause is not known. It is thought to be due to a young digestive system. It is treated by reducing stimulation and c...
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8.Tooth Decay Prevention
Tooth decay is caused by acid from bacteria that live in your mouth. Sugars increase the amount acid. This acid wears away the protective coating on your teeth called enamel. Over time, this leads to a cavity. There are many ways to prevent cavities: Both adults and children were involved in the studies listed below. Editorial process and descripti...
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9.Peptic Ulcer Disease
A peptic ulcer is a sore in the lining of the stomach or the small intestine. It is caused by irritation over a period of time. Ulcers may cause pain in the upper part of the belly, bloating, and nausea. Bleeding can happen in with severe ulcers. The most common causes of irritation are: Antibiotics will treat H. pylori. NSAID medicine will be stop...
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10.Brewer s Yeast
Brewer s yeast, also known as Saccharomyces cerevisiae , is commonly used in baking and the fermentation of beer; hence, the common name. Brewer s yeast is rich in nutrients like 21666 /tnp/pg000480 doc chromium , B vitamins, protein, 21866 /tnp/pg000912 doc selenium , 21651 /tnp/pg000459 doc potassium , 21650 /tnp/pg000458 doc iron , 21654 /tnp/pg...
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