Hair loss during menopause is common, but curable

16 Jan
2016
By Amelia Smith

Hair loss during menopause is common, but curable

Menopause is a very natural phenomenon in women that they experience in a certain phase of life, and hair fall in this condition is its most common symptom. Even though hair loss during menopause is very usual, women can take some treatments to keep it under control. Continue Reading…

Dry skin diet plays an important role

10 Jan
2016
By Max Jones

Dry skin diet plays an important role

Generally, people with dry skin find it a bit difficult to maintain a good moisture level in the body and during winter it feels very scratchy. Whatever the season and condition, a perfect dry skin diet is always essential to keep it supple and healthy. Continue Reading…

Good health during pregnancy ensures pleasant delivery

29 Oct
2015
By Amelia Smith

Good health during pregnancy ensures pleasant delivery

A woman, in her life, goes through different phases and plays different roles of which pregnancy or maternity phase holds a special place. Those nine months are memorable for every woman, and a healthy and successful pregnancy doubles her joy. Continue Reading…

Fitness tips to boost women’s health

06 Oct
2015
By Amelia Smith

Fitness tips to boost women’s health

Women’s health

A woman is considered to be a homemaker, and health of every family member largely revolves around her well-being. So, it’s important that women should remain in good health. We have compiled some fitness tips, helpful to boost women’s health to ensure that they stay fit and fine.

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8 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Sex Before Starting College

20 Sep
2015
By Amelia Smith

8 Things Every Woman Needs to Know About Sex Before Starting College

For many girls, the college is a place where they are figuring out relationships and sex. In this context, here are few things about women and sex that every college girl needs to know about sex before starting college.

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Premenstrual Syndrome

31 Jul
2015
By Amelia Smith

Premenstrual syndrome is often referred as PMS, is a medical condition that affects women. It can lead to a range of physical and psychological symptoms before your monthly menstrual cycle.

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Eat Green and be Healthy

16 Sep
2014
By Amelia Smith

healthy recipes

The United States is regarded as the fattest country and also the home to most of the world’s diet fanatics (obsessed totally to dieting). Researchers have marveled that once green food has got a bad reputation because it was only associated with a diet fanatic girlfriend who won’t order anything else rather than green salads. They have also found that diet and fitness are closely interdependent to each other. It means that if you eat food with no workout, no matter how healthy is food, you will get obese. Conversely you hit the gym with lots of junk then it will adversely affect you and you will not be able to get good results.

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Ebola Bioterrorism: Reality or a Science fiction?

16 Sep
2014
By Max Jones

Ebola Bioterrorism

Any outbreak or disease that involves the intentional release or dissemination of biological agents like bacteria and virus comprises bioterrorism. Ebola is one such virus that has alarmed the entire globe’s security with its virulent properties. 2014 Ebola outbreak in Africa is the largest outbreak in history having 90% of fatal rate. The frequency of human accessibility of Ebola in Africa and other suspected countries is increasing at an alarming rate; this unprecedented outbreak and virus accessibility has raised the question of the human usage of the virus for harmful purposes or more aptly for bioterrorism. Any intentional or planned acquisition of this virus by terrorist groups will dismay the global security. This is because of the reasons that Ebola is pathogenicity and is very high. Furthermore, there is no vaccines developed so far to undo the adverse effects. Threat is possible because not only diseases is infectious and could be spread to adjoining places to Africa but also virus could be used as potential bioterrorist agent.

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Get Rid of Heart Palpitations

12 Sep
2014
By Max Jones

cause of palpitations

Beating of the heart too hard or too fast may sometimes result in heart palpitations. This condition isn’t really serious or harmful, but it can prove to be harmful in rare cases. It has been reported that palpitations are the reason for 30-40% referrals to cardiology clinics. Heart palpitations are common in individuals with healthy hearts. However, heart palpitations can be a symptom of a serious illness like asthma, coronary heart disease, or emphysema. Basically, people notice heart palpitations in the form of skipping a beat or fluttering in their chest, throat, or neck.

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Gestational diabetes in Pregnancy: What You Need to Know!

11 Sep
2014
By Amelia Smith

Treatment of Gestational Diabetes

What is Gestational diabetes (GD)?

Gestational diabetes develops only during pregnancy. It is a condition in which pregnant women with no previous history of diabetes exhibit high blood glucose levels. After developing intolerance to glucose and glucose intolerance continues beyond 24–28 weeks of gestation, then gestational diabetes takes place.

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