Battling Obvious Signs of Aging with Hair Restoration



Do you spend a fortune on anti-aging skin care products?  Did you let your neighbor bully you into joining a walking club so you can tone that saggy belly?  Why have you paid attention to … [Read more...]


Keeping Your Toothbrushes Sanitary



You use your toothbrush to make your mouth clean and fresh, but did you know it can actually harbor bacteria? Microorganisms that have been found on toothbrushes include Beta-hemolytic streptococcus, … [Read more...]


It’s Not Just for Youngsters: The Pleasures and Benefits of Sex after 60



As the number of active and energetic people over the age of 60 continues to increase, it is natural for these older individuals to want to continue to enjoy the intimate physical relationships that … [Read more...]


Benefits Of Drinking Water: Tips And Tricks To Love Drinking Water



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Complete ABS workout at home



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# 1 Weight Loss Story



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Weight Loss Programs For Women



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Remedy For Anxiety



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Tip Tuesday!!



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Why You’re An STD Risk [Infographic]



If any of these risk factors apply to you, please recognize the importance of health and STD testing and be responsible! In this infographic you will find: * the top risk factors for acquiring … [Read more...]


Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment of Gum Disease



Gum disease occurs when the bones and tissue around the teeth become infected from bacteria that are caused by the build-up of plaque. This condition starts out as gingivitis, but if not properly … [Read more...]


World Breastfeeding Week: August 1 -7



This first week of August, we are celebrating World Breastfeeding Week. This year’s observance focuses on the “protection, promotion and support of breastfeeding worldwide.” The experience of … [Read more...]


Countdown to Zero…Eliminating HIV in Babies by 2015



Countdown to Zero is the latest initiative of the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). With the motto "Believe it... do it" this is a global plan towards the elimination of new HIV … [Read more...]


Infographic – Sitting is Killing You



Replicated Via: Medical Billing And Coding As we enter the second decade of the 21st century, there is one thing nearly all modern Americans have in common: we sit all the time. Though our great … [Read more...]


Guidelines For Combating Opportunistic Infections Among Herpes Symptoms & HIV



So we call a disease that may occur in the later stages of HIV infection with a weakened immune system. Some of them are developed only when the HIV infection in combination with other HIV acquire the … [Read more...]


World Malaria Day 2011



The theme of World Malaria Day 2011, Achieving Progress and Impact, highlights the successes of the past decade, as well as remaining challenges to achieving near zero deaths by 2015. … [Read more...]


The heart, the thyroid, and medications: it’s not yet over



My heart problems are still not over... Sad to feel bad on this day of hearts. To backtrack, I presented with symptoms of hyperthyroidism starting last week, which is most probably due to wrong … [Read more...]


Health updates, 4 February: All about our food



Food Bill Aims to Improve Safety Data from the CDC indicates that 1 in 6 Americans catch some kid of food-borne disease each year. Approximately 48 million people are affected according to the … [Read more...]


Travelling in the Year of the Rabbit



For many people in the US, travelling to visit our loved ones start in November for Thanksgiving, followed by Christmas and then ends with New Year in early January. Those who are however observing … [Read more...]


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