By: Brittany Stone | Mar 25, 2014 Diabetes is a dangerous condition that can affect anyone without any discrimination for age, gender or race. It can lead to heart attack, stroke and even blindness. Many poor lifestyle choices can really up your odds of developing this disease. Following are 4 unhealthy eating habits that can cause diabetes. Let’s read on and if you have one of these habits, you may want to quit it now.
By: Brittany Stone | Mar 17, 2014 Vitamins play an important role in your complexion and it is always important to incorporate them into your diet for healthy skin. Following are 5 best vitamins that improve your skin health from the inside and keep it glowing all year long.
By: Ernest Lothes | Mar 14, 2014 Out of 10 women, you can find 8 having cellulite at various areas like hips, buttocks and thighs. Women having the same just rely over a several amount of cellulite creams, a massage therapy or the cellulite vacuum or ventouse anti-cellulite treatments.
By: hemaselvaraj | Mar 12, 2014 Ibogaine is an indole alkaloid found in Tabernanthe Iboga, a peculiar plant found in the deep forests of Central West Africa. Iboga forms a major part of the Bwiti rituals, initiated by the “Pygmies” one of the ancient tribes of the black continent. Today the Bwiti religion along with Ibogaine treatment is becoming all the more powerful in providing spiritual enlightenment for many individuals
By: Derick Ng | Mar 4, 2014 A mallet finger is when there is an abnormality of the finger caused by damage to the extensor tendon. This injury is usually sustained when a ball hits the top of the finger or thumb, injuring the extensor tendon which is responsible for straightening the finger. As this injury is often seen in baseball players, it is also known as baseball finger.
By: Derick Ng | Feb 26, 2014 Sports hernia is a widely used term mainly for describing pain that is experienced in the lower abdominal region. It is a soft tissue injury to the groin area that is painful. Athletes usually injure the hernia due to sudden changes in direction during high impact sports which require lots of twisting movements.
By: Derick Ng | Feb 13, 2014 Osteomyelitis in an inflammation of the bone, usually the bone marrow and the surrounding bone tissues due to an infection. It is a rare but extremely serious condition. Once infection occurs, the bone marrow will swell up and this will hinder blood from flowing properly. When this happens, the bone cells will not get sufficient oxygen from the blood and may lead to the bone dying.
By: Lee Dobbins | Feb 12, 2014 Everyone wants to live a healthy life. While there are some common habits that may seem harmless, some of them can damage their health. From refusing to have breakfast to sporting high-heels on a regular basis, these behaviours may have long-term health effects on your health.
By: Taylor Meyer | Feb 10, 2014 Rachel Frederickson, a voice-over artist from Los Angeles, was named the season 15 winner of “The Biggest Loser” on Tuesday night (February 4, 2014). The former high school swimmer beat out fellow contestants Bobby Saleem and David Brown to take home the grand prize of $250,000.
By: Derick Ng | Feb 4, 2014 Medical technology is constantly evolving for the better. There are better and faster diagnostic equipments, robots to assist in surgery and safer anaesthesia techniques. With these advances in technology, surgery now is a lot lower in risk, shorter recovery time and less discomfort for patients.