Monthly Archives: July 2013

Nurofen Under Cross-Hairs For ‘Targeted Pain Relief’ Ads

Big Relief Is in Sight for a Painful Big Toe

Nurofen knows this. Thats why its designed to work with your body and act at the site of the pain. Giving you smart relief right where you need it. Nurofen targeted relief; smart relief. The TGA determined that the above claim and other like it are in breach of certain section of the Advertising Code and ordered the company to withdraw any representations that the advertised products target the source of pain or cause of pain. If you actually take the time to read the labels on pain relief products, this verdict shouldnt come as too much of a surprise.
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Best supplements for pain relief

Proteolytic enzymes are also able to eat away at abnormal and cancer cell growths and allow the immune system to destroy tumorous growths. Turmeric, ginger and boswelia: Taking large doses of anti-inflammatory herbs has been shown to dramatically reduce pain, swelling and inflammation . These herbs provide powerful antioxidants and help modulate the immune system to ensure that it doesn’t hyper-inflame the damaged or vulnerable regions of the body. Omega-3 fatty acids and astaxanthin: Omega-3 fatty acid supplements and astaxanthin reduce inflammation. Omega-3s help provide better cell membrane receptor activity while astaxanthin provides a very strong antioxidant effect that combine to powerfully reduce inflammation and pain.
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BeMedFree.com Launches Super-Strength Joint Pain Relief Formula For Dogs

Overuse of this digit is most often the culprit in painful big toes. “We frequently see this condition in people who are active and those who do a lot of bending or kneeling in their work,” says Rubin. Hallux limitus/rigidus can also develop after an injury, such as badly stubbing your toe. In some people, it can run in the family and is a result of inheriting a foot type that is prone to developing the disorder. Hallux limitus/rigidus can be easily diagnosed by your local foot and ankle surgeon. The best time to see this specialist is when you first notice symptoms. To reach a diagnosis, the surgeon will examine your foot, take x-rays, and sometimes order other tests such as a CT scan or MRI to further evaluate your joint damage and rule out other conditions.
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The owners of BeMedFree said, “We have dogs ourselves, and we hate to see them lose their mobility and suffer pain as they grow older. foot pain treatment “We’re big believers in natural solutions to health problems, so we did our research and commissioned a company, which has been creating similar types of products for decades, to make a custom formulation just for us. “That’s why it doesn’t just contain glucosamine, but also chondroitin, MSM and grape seed extract – a combination that has been proven to alleviate pain, help build cartilage, provide relief from inflammation, canine arthritis and hip dysplasia, as well as helping to build a strong immune system, and keeping a dog’s skin and coat healthy.” We asked them if dysplasia was a big problem for dogs, and were surprised when they told us that over 60% of breeds officially recognized by the AKC can suffer from hip dysplasia – and it can start long before a dog is even two years old. We thought that sounded like a large number. “Dysplasia is largely an inherited condition, thanks to centuries of selective breeding programs that have resulted in recessive genes becoming more and more prevalent and being expressed more frequently, and while your vet will tell you that surgery can correct the problem, it is prohibitively expensive for most dog owners – think up to $8,000 a time – and it’s not always guaranteed to provide a permanent solution (because it only addresses the effects, not the cause), unless you go for a total hip replacement. “That’s why you need some alternative and affordable measures that will help reduce the wear and tear on the deformed joints, and relieve the inevitable resultant pain.” So what about arthritis, we asked?
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