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Achieving Best Results and Preventing Injury During Strength Training

Posted on 16. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Fitness

Achieving Best Results and Preventing Injury During Strength Training

Careless exercise techniques can leave us in worse shape than it was before. When starting a strength training program, your first thought should be about “safety first”.

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.

Immune Testing to Check Your Infertility

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

Immune Testing to Check Your Infertility

It is considered to be somewhat controversial, due to the fact that current studies can’t definitely prove the role of immunity disorders on infertility. Even so, some health professionals believe that it can be invaluable in treating infertility. In many cases, doctors only need your blood sample.

Herbal Remedy for Depression and Stress

Posted on 12. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Stress

Herbal Remedy for Depression and Stress

As with many physical ailments, depression can also be debilitating. Although herbs can give us some mental lift during harder times, you should concentrate on things that are causing your depression, if the symptoms seem to be ongoing.

Five Phases of In-Vitro Fertilization

Posted on 12. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Pregnancy

Five Phases of In-Vitro Fertilization

IVF or in-vitro fertilization was first performed in 1978 in UK, resulting in the birth of a healthy baby boy, since then more than one million babies have been born using this technique. Over the years, IVF is improved and increasingly able to deal with more serious infertility problems, many of which were once thought untreatable.

Finasteride and Hair Loss Treatment

Posted on 11. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Hair Care

Finasteride and Hair Loss Treatment

Androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness) occurs due to the effect of DHT (dihydrotestosterone) hormone on vulnerable hair follicles, especially on the crown, top and front (but not on the sides and back). Hair loss is triggered because DHT shortens the growth phase of hair, which causes follicles to miniaturize.

Day-Care Center and Healthy Lifestyle for Your Child

Posted on 11. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

Day-Care Center and Healthy Lifestyle for Your Child

Revamping exercise and dietary rules at home is not easy. It takes a lot of determination and effort to start such a major project even in the comfort of your house. Things can be more complicated if you need to maintain an acceptable lifestyle for your child when he is not at home, for example at school or day-care center.

Complications of Osteoporosis on Elderly

Posted on 11. Mar, 2011 by Allyson Drewry in Health

Complications of Osteoporosis on Elderly

Wrist fractures or Colles’ fractures may happen due to osteoporosis. The fracture may occur in the ulna, the radius and other wrist bones. Wrist fractures can happen when we fall and put our arm to break the fall. Casting is often required and perhaps including other forms of immobilization.

A Complete Guide on 45-Minute Workouts

Posted on 11. Mar, 2011 by Matthew Hallett in Fitness

A Complete Guide on 45-Minute Workouts

In essence, getting in shape is not about how long we work out, but how often and how intense. If you want to be fit, try to actualize the condition you want in your mind. Intensity, desire and frequency are our biggest allies, not the ability to exercise for five hours each day.