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Three Energetic Healing Methods

Posted on 23. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

Three Energetic Healing Methods

Reiki is an ancient form of healing method. Reiki healers use palm of their hands to channel ki (life force energy) to the client. Hands are placed on specific areas for about three minutes. A Reiki practitioner is often guided by intuition when he is looking for areas to heal.

How Endometriosis Affect Egg Production on Women

Posted on 22. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

How Endometriosis Affect Egg Production on Women

Endometriosis often occurs inside the ovaries and this disorder can gum up the proper inner working of our reproduction system.

Hormone Replacement Therapy After Hysterectomy and Ovariectomy

Posted on 21. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

Hormone Replacement Therapy After Hysterectomy and Ovariectomy

After making an informed decision, a HRT (hormone replacement therapy) can be a wonderful asset for your well-being. Women at early forties experience hormonal change as their fertility starts to wane, especially if you had pelvic surgery. If it happens to you, hormonal therapies are an option worth considering.

Consequences of Obesity on Children

Posted on 21. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Nutrition

Consequences of Obesity on Children

Obesity is now a worldwide epidemic and it also affects children. In United States alone, on average 25% children are overweight and 5% of them are obese. Children from minority races are more likely to have weight problems and these statistics are really alarming. Many modern changes in society contribute to this epidemic.

Dealing With Separation Anxiety on Children

Posted on 20. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Mental Health

Dealing With Separation Anxiety on Children

It’s normal for children to have a little bumpy ride during their development journey; other than, health problems like fevers, they may also experience some psychological development issues. Your child’s consternation may induce some rough nights and it can be tough for parents to deal with it.

How to Improve Your Quality of Your Sleep?

Posted on 16. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

How to Improve Your Quality of Your Sleep?

You can make a meaningful difference in your life by improving the quality of sleep. Rather than letting yourself to become a hapless victim of poor sleep and becoming dependent to sleeping pills, it is better to adopt a good sleep hygiene.

Herbal Remedies for Three Common Joints Problems

Posted on 16. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Medicine

Herbal Remedies for Three Common Joints Problems

Arthritis is basically joints inflammation, which is a complication of many diseases, such as gout, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, infections and tuberculosis. Symptoms of arthritis are joints pain and stiffness; fortunately you can use herbs to deal with the core problem.

A Complete Guide on Strep Throat

Posted on 15. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

A Complete Guide on Strep Throat

Streptococcus was first discovered in 19th century, the name was derived from Greek (strep: chain and coccus: round), which describes how the bacteria grow in pearl-like chains. There are many species of streptococcus and they can cause many kinds of diseases like kidney disease, rheumatic fever and impetigo.

Three Effective Ways of Combating PCOS

Posted on 13. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

Three Effective Ways of Combating PCOS

Unfortunately, we can’t cure polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), but we can still control the symptoms and reduce its effects to the minimal.

The Effect of Bipolar Disorder on a Child’s Development Process

Posted on 13. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Mental Health

The Effect of Bipolar Disorder on a Child’s Development Process

If your child has a normal development process, you may barely give it a second thought. However, your alarm should be raised if the development phases do not meet up with normal expectation. If a chronic illness appears during early ages, repercussions can happen along the child’s development process and this is particularly true on child with bipolar disorder.