Nurse Warren

Nurse Warren is a registered nurse educator. She enjoys writing articles on a variety of topics for the net. Her work has been published on various websites.
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  • How to Lose 10 to 17 Pounds in 7 Days
    After the recent birth of my daughter, I gained a lot of weight and was looking for healthy ways to shed the pounds fast. A friend of mine recommended me the "general motors weight loss diet program" and I must say it works.
  • Zantac and Plavix
    According to the National Institutes of Health, ranitidine, also known as Zantac is a H2 blocker that is used to decrease the production of acid in the stomach.
  • Prilosec and Plavix
    According to Drugs.com, Prilosec or omeprazole belongs to a class of drugs known as proton pump inhibitors. Proton pump inhibitors are drugs used to suppress or block the production of stomach acid.
  • About Diclofenac Sodium
    Diclofenac sodium, also known as Voltaren belongs to a class of medications called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
  • How to Prevent Stomach Ulcers
    Stomach ulcers form in areas exposed to a stomach acid and the digestive enzyme, pepsin. A person with an ulcer may describe the pain as gnawing or burning and can often pinpoint the exact spot.
  • Nail Problems
    Most nail problems arise from abuse-everything from picking and biting to oveuse of polish removers, glues and other harmful chemicals.
  • Tylenol Safety
    Tylenol is also known as acetaminophen. Tylenol/Acetaminophen belongs to a class of drugs called analgesics (pain relievers) and antipyretics (fever reducers).
  • How to Stay Healthy
    Getting a mild illness such as a cold can be quite uncomfortable for some people. Some people cannot even tolerate mild illnesses and end of dying from the disease.
  • How to Prevent Parasitic Infections
    When travelling to developing countries, you need to be extra cautious because of the lack of proper sanitation in such countries. check with your local public health or doctor about precautions to avoid parasitic infections.
  • How to Prevent Acne
    Acne is a common skin disorder. Acne is not caused by dirt, so vigorous washing does not improve acne and scrubbing and squeezing may worsen the acne. These are the steps you can take to prevent or decrease acne
  • How to Prevent Sinusitis
    Sinusitis is a painful inflammation of the membranes lining the sinus cavities in the skull. It occurs most often after a cold or in people who suffer from allergies involving the nasal passage.
  • How to Prevent Belching
    Belching is often caused by aerophagia, a medical term for swallowing air. Everyone carries a certain amount of air and other gases in the gastrointestinal tract all the time.
  • How to Prevent Nausea and Vomiting
    Nausea and vomiting are caused by many things such as eating the wrong foods, irritating frugs, chemotherapy, sad news, unpleasant sights and unpleasant smells.
  • How to Prevent Allergies
    An allergy is what happens when your body detects a foreign substance it doesn't like. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can be itching eyes, wheezing, hives, scratching the throat, anaphylactic shock etc.
  • How to Prevent Body Odor
    Body odor is something everybody experiences and that's why we shower and use deodorants inorder to try and remove body odor. Body odor is unacceptable in most societies.
  • How to Prevent Menstrual Cramps
    Menstrual cramps are most common among young women who have never been pregnant.
  • How to Prevent Bladder Infections
    Bladder infections are a common problem. Probably 50% of all women have at least one bladder infection at some time during their lives.
  • How to Lose Weight
    There is no easy way to lose weight. The only way to shed excess weight is to cut the total numbers of calories you consume and or burn more calories through exercise.
  • How to Prevent Gas
    Excessive gas or flatulence causes uncomfortable abdominal bloating, which can be relieved only by burping or expelling it through the anus.
  • Symptoms of Crohn's Disease
    Crohns disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that can affect any part of the intestinal tract from the mouth to the anus.
  • Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
    Chronic fatigue syndrome is marked by persistent, debilitating fatigue, as well as other baffling symptoms that include headache, muscle aches, weakness, tender lymph nodes, sore throat, joint pain..
  • How to Prevent Urinary Tract Infections
    Urinary tract infections are also known as cystitis and affect the bladder. The most common symptom of a UTI is an urgent need to urinate even when the bladder is not full.
  • How to Prevent Acne
    Almost everyone experiences an occasional flare-up of acne but it is almost prevalent during adolescence. Hormones are responsible for most cases of acne.
  • How to Prevent Bad Breath
    Even with regular brushing and flossing, even with mints, mouth washes and other breath fresheners bad breath can linger on.
  • How to Stay Healthy
    Getting a mild illness such as a cold can be quite uncomfortable for some people. Some people cannot even tolerate mild illnesses and end of dying from the disease.
  • How to Become a Brain Surgeon
    Brain surgeon operates on people's brain to correct defects of the brain such as tumors. Brain surgeons are highly trained professionals. In order to become a brain surgeon, you have to do the following:
  • How to Work-from-Home as a Virtual Eldercare Agent
    Virtual care agents are trained specialists who help elderly clients and their families identify proper support. They help seniors with getting such services as homecare, assisted living, skilled nursing, Alzheimer's and dementia care.
  • How to Work-at-home as a Technical Support Specialist
    During the current recession, it is important to find a work from home job to supplement regular income. If you are an information technology specialist, you can easily find a work from home job as a technical support specialist.
  • How to Work-at-home as a Virtual Concierge
    A virtual concierge job is to handle phone, email and online customer inquiries for services that range from planning a vacation, hotel reservations, purchasing event tickets, picking a gift and suggesting dinner.
  • How to Heal Cold Sores
    Cold sores are caused by herpes simplex virus. These alternative remedies may help heal your cold sore faster
  • How to Manage Angina
    Angina is a sign that the arteries of the heart are clogging up with fat. The blood cannot get through to nourish the heart.
  • How to Deal with High Blood Pressure
    High blood pressure is very common in the United States especially in older adults. High blood pressure is a dangerous condition that can become fatal if left untreated.
  • How to Prevent Athlete's Foot
    Athlete's foot is caused by an organism that lives on the skin and breeds best under warm, moist conditions. Sweaty footwear often encourages the growth of athlete's foot.
  • How to Prevent Asthma Attacks
    Asthma attack occurs when your bronchial airways suddenly contract, you feel a tightness in your chest, you become short of breath, and you cough and wheeze.
  • How to Prevent Asthma Attacks
    Does your asthma attacks happen when you are exercising? If you find yourself suddenly gasping for air while exercising, you might be suffering from exercise-induced asthma.
  • How to Prevent Arthritis Pain
    Arthritis is a common disease among Americans. There is no magic food or diet that can take away arthritis pain, however, the following home remedies can reduce the discomfort
  • How to Prevent Tuberculosis
    Tuberculosis is a dangerous contagious disease that kills millions of people world wide.
  • How to Have Cosmetic Surgery
    Cosmetic surgery is the process of undergoing surgery to improve one's physical appearance. Cosmetic surgery is very common among Hollywood celebrities.
  • How to Avoid the Flu
    The flu season usually occurs during early winter and early spring. The flu is very contagious. You can easily catch it when someone with it sneezes or coughs near you.
  • How to Prevent Heartburn
    Heartburn or acid indigestion occurs when our stomachs do not digest food properly and acid regurgitates back to the esophagus causing pain and other symptoms.
  • How to Prevent Heart Disease
    Heart disease is a number one killer in the world. Heart disease is mainly cause by unhealthy diets. Diet full of saturated fats clogs arteries leading to coronary heart disease.
  • How to Prevent Lactose Intolerance
    Lactose intolerance occurs when a person does not produce enough lactase. Lactase is an enzyme that breaks apart the milk found in sugar.
  • How to Prevent Insomnia
    Insomnia means lack of sleep or difficulty falling asleep. Insomnia affects very many people in the world especially during stressful situations. Insomnia has many causes and can be successfully treated.
  • How to Cope with Stress
    Everyone experiences a stressful situation at certain times in their lives. Stressful events are sometimes beyond our control and it is important to learn how to cope with a stressful situation.
  • How to Prevent Stomach Bloating
    Have you ever tried to fit into those skinny jeans during that time near your periods or after eating baked beans? Stomach bloating must have prevented you from being able to zip your jeans.
  • How to Have Smooth Skin
    Many people spend a lot of time applying expensive creams and cleansers to keep their skin looking smooth and clear.
  • How to Lose Weight After Giving Birth
    Losing weight after giving birth is possible. New mothers just have to learn how to include routine workouts into their busy schedules.
  • Work-at-home Nursing Jobs
    Many nurses these days are choosing to work at home. Work at home jobs are less demanding than the traditional hosspitals jobs. These article describes work at home jobs that an experienced registered nurse can do,
  • How to Watch Free Movies Online
    The internet has made possible for people to watch free movies online. People no longer have to visit movie stores to rent movies because a lot of the movies can now be watched online or downloaded on the computer.

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