Kya Karu Mai Abb – Kya Karu Mai Abb – Sexual Problems – Oral Sex



I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/v/Kaw4kY077Ls?version=3&f=videos&app=youtube_gdata Long considered a taboo … [Read more...]


Fitness – Sexy Beast Workout – High Intensity Interval Training



I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! http://www.youtube.com/v/COGUt94VrLI?f=videos&app=youtube_gdata To follow all of Zuzana's daily … [Read more...]


September is the month to fight childhood cancer



September is an important month in our battle against cancer. Several cancer awareness campaigns are observed this month. Childhood Cancer Month September is also a month dedicated to increase … [Read more...]


Take the pledge against cervical cancer



January: National Cervical Cancer Screening Awareness Month Let’s kick off the year 2010 with the observance of the Cervical Cancer Screening Awareness Month. This is one big reason why we should … [Read more...]


December 1 is World AIDS Day



Today, December 1, we join the rest of the international community to observe WORLD AIDS DAY. This observance was started 21 years ago in December 1988 by the World Health Organaization to raise … [Read more...]


COPD Awareness Check



November is COPD Awareness Month. In addition, World Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Day was observed last November 18. COPD stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Doesn’t ring a … [Read more...]


Let’s Go Blue on World Diabetes Day



What is World Diabetes Day This Saturday, November 14 is World Diabetes Day. As the name suggests, it is a day dedicated to global awareness of diabetes. The annual observance of this special was … [Read more...]


November is Diabetes Month



November is the month focused on diabetes. It is only right that we take a look at what we know about this condition. Diabetes mellitus is a group of chronic conditions characterized by high levels … [Read more...]


Do celebrity patients increase cancer awareness?



Millions suffer from cancer but only the plight of celebrity cancer patients are splashed on the headlines. Below I describe two famous cancer victims and how they influenced actively or inadvertently … [Read more...]


Celebrities speak up for health



It takes a famous voice, face or name to catch people’s attention. It takes a celebrity to increase awareness. Which is why these three ladies are using their celebrity status to educate the people on … [Read more...]


Heart(y) news and events, September 18



Here are some heart-healthy events coming up. September is Cholesterol Awareness Month Now is the time to sit down and think about cholesterol – your cholesterol. Furthermore, you should do … [Read more...]


Hear the World!



Rod Stewart, Franka Potente, Diane Kruger and most recently Laura Pausini, these are just some of the many celebrities who are ambassadors of the "Hear the World", featured in an exhibition of … [Read more...]


Blind, yet with a vision: Cathy Birchall’s world tour on a motorbike



UPDATE: November 2012 I have been informed by Bernand Smith regarding error of this post .... as well to point out the comment from 2009 below Date: November 5, 2012 Subject: errors of … [Read more...]


Ready to perform effective bystander CPR?



It's CPR and AED Awareness Week (June 1 to 7) in the United States. Why is CPR important? Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) saves lives. Here are the reasons why we need to know CPR (source: … [Read more...]


Resource post for May: Stroke awareness revisited



May is American Stroke Month It is the month when we should examine what we know about stroke, its symptoms, the risk factors, how it can be managed, and how it can be prevented. At the forefront … [Read more...]


Jade Goody’s legacy



The reality TV star Jade Goody may be gone but she left a very important legacy - increased awareness and changed attitudes toward cervical cancer. Health experts called it the "Jade Goody … [Read more...]


Playing safe: April is Sports Eye Safety Month



  Resource post for April Sports are the leading cause of eye injuries in children, especially team sports such as football, basketball, tennis, hockey to name a few. I have two 6-year old boys … [Read more...]


April is National Cancer Control Awareness Month



April is the month to step up on cancer control awareness. So how can we help? Several cancer research institutes in the US are actively campaigning during this month. And they give us some tips on … [Read more...]


March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month



March is the month to step up on awareness of colorectal cancer, the third leading cause of cancer mortality in the US, according to the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA). Approximately … [Read more...]


March is Save Your Vision Month



This March, we are observing the Save Your Vision Month. This event serves to increase awareness about the importance of regular comprehensive eye examination and is sponsored by the American … [Read more...]


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