This section of articles provides useful and simplified information on health topics. The subjects available in this section include diseases, disorders, and cosmetic surgeries.
The real truth is that if you have recently been infected, you can kill every single cell that is infected and restore your body to optimum health.
It’s the 21st century and we’re no closer to defeating the common cold much less hair loss. Or are we closer? Let’s take a look at the facts first.
Fiber as waste binder plays a pivotal role in preventing high blood pressure through proper waste elimination. Read on and know more.
One of the ways to cure acne is to switch to a healthy and nutritious diet. This diet should contain lots of fruits and vegetables, pulses and foods that contain antioxidants.
Allergies of various types make millions of people's lives miserable everyday and the allergies control at least some aspects of the sufferer's lives. This is unnecessary since measures can be taken to keep your allergies under control.
Unfortunately the continual assault of these daily modern stressors can have severe consequences on our health and well-being. Are you aware that 80% of all illness and disease today is stress related? That 25% of all prescriptions written are due to issues stemming from the root problem of stress. Read on and learn more.
A new study shows that seniors with at least a high school education and a ninth-grade literacy level who followed such a lifestyle were more likely to stay mentally fit than those who didn't.
People always seem to underestimate the importance of elastin in skin. Elastin in skin play just as important a role as collagen does despite the fact that most people don't give it much thought. If you want to increase the elastin in skin then what you need is an all natural product that contains this vital ingredient.
Modifying our diet is one of the keys to losing weight. But the statistics on diet successes aren't good and only a very small percentage of dieters achieve permanent weight loss.
People who survived cancer as children face a high lifelong risk for developing another cancer, a new study has found. A study that appears online May 26 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute went further than earlier studies by following people from birth through age 79. The researchers analyzed data on more than 47,000 people who had been diagnosed with cancer before the age of 20.