The Baby Boomer Health Magazine

Pericardial mesothelioma is a very rare form of mesothelioma and accounts for approximately 5% of all mesothelioma cases. This form of mesothelioma affects the lining that surrounds the heart and is a deadly cancer if not treated agressively in its…

What is Mesothelioma Cancer? Mesothelioma cancer is an extremely rare cancer form that is only found in the mesothelium. This form of malignancy generally affects those people who have been exposed to a situation where asbestos is present, typically those…

What is Mesothelioma? Mesothelioma can be defined as a rare form of cancer that affects mesothelium, the protective sac that covers most of the internal organs of the body. In this disease, the cells of the mesothelium become abnormal and…

You might wonder why you and everyone else develop high blood pressure. While you might develop it you can easily lower or control it. The best way to prevent developing it is to keep a close eye on it from…

Acquiring years in your age is almost always synonymous to growing fines lines and wrinkles on your skin. To most women, it becomes an alarming call when the first few lines appear, especially as early as in the first 30's.…

The term “Mesothelioma” in medical terms is defined as form of cancer that proliferates at a very fast rate after it has been diagnosed, which affects the mesothelial cells in the body. After detailed study of this disease by several…

Have you been suffering for a long time from gastro esophageal reflux disorder and helplessly tried all the alternative drugs that just ended up to tolerance? And you don’t even make yourself feel better at all? Then you become sluggish…

Sometimes you need extra money for unexpected expenses like car repairs, unexpected bills, health expenses, school expenses, or a myriad of other reasons. Where do you go to get money for these unplanned expenses? Personal loans are available from many…

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