More than 600,000 people are expected to attend the Rio Olympics this year and both the participants and the spectators seem worried about the damage that comes from contracting the ZIKA virus. Some of the athletes have raised concerns about the potential epidemic. Everyone wants to understand what…

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Pancreatic Insufficiency, also known as exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPI, is issues with digestion including the inability to digest food. With EPI, the enzymes responsible for digesting food aren’t created in enough numbers from the pancreas. This lack of enzymes results in the…

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Some people feel sad, hopeless, and helpless due to loss in business, difficulties, and struggles of life. It is normal to go through periods when you feel sad. However, if this sad feeling lasts for a longer period of time, is called depression. Sometimes depression can lead to thoughts of suicide.…

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Haemophilia is an inherited disease in which the blood does not have the ability to clot properly. Haemophiliacs bleed easily from any wound on their body. Some people do not show signs of the disease while in childhood but increases in severity later in life. Types of Haemophilia According to the…

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The World Health Organization recommends babies to be breastfed exclusively for the first 6 months. After 6 months, most babies are generally ready to eat some real food. Even though babies under 1 year may not have a whole set of teeth, they do have very strong gums to help them chew. Whole food is…

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A repeated coughing session is going to be quite a bother unless you figure out a way out. Go for natural methods because this is the only way you can be sure of getting a comprehensive treatment, and that too, without any side-effects. Whether it is a cold, a cough or even a congestion that is to…

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A new research was carried out to stimulate the potentiality of the immunity system so that the HIV infection gets blocked. Several efforts have been taken for development of a vaccine against HIV so that it can fight off all the strains of virus. The Scripps Research Institute said that the results…

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Working out is really good for toning your body and building your muscles. It is also good for maintaining the overall fitness of your body. But did you also know that if you are working out regularly you can knock insomnia out of your life? Yes, it is true! People who cannot sleep soundly, have…

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According to experts, people who have desk-based jobs, should stand and have light activities up to four hours a day. Also, they should walk as often as they can. This announcement has come from Active Working CIC and Public Health England. Sitting all day has been linked to health problems,…

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The idea of having a couple of chilled beers after a long and strenuous workout session could be pretty tempting. However, consuming alcohol especially immediately after the workout session can totally wash out your efforts in the gym. What you need after exercising is a balanced diet and some rest…

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Nutrition plays an important role in deciding the growth of a child. According to a recently conducted survey, about 12 percent children in US are lacking good health through right nutrition. It is really an alarming situation that should be changed. However, USA is known for its exclusive child…

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Many people like alcohol beverages. Any type of them, in small amounts, is harmless. Drinking a glass or two of beer sometimes are even useful. The problem occurs when we drink too much. Basically, the alcohol in our body ‘’shouts down’’ some parts of our brain, so we think…

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In order to keep your physical health in good condition, it can sometimes become quite imperative to opt for calcium, vitamin and even protein supplements in addition to following a balanced diet. To know more about how you can benefit from having health supplements, you need to keep the following…

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The alkaline water is a powerful antioxidant which helps you in fighting ageing. The ORP which is the Oxidation Reduction Potential is a process of measuring the antioxidants’ level from scale of seven hundred plus. The more the level of negativity, the more strong is the antioxidant. The…

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Pepsi cans that contain no aspartame will be on sale in the US from August. An artificial sweetener is removed from Diet Pepsi because of consumer concerns about its safety. Although, residents of the US will have a chance to drink aspartame-free Diet Pepsi, residents of the UK wouldn’t have…

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Your heart pushes and contracts blood through the arteries, making it move across the whole body. This force of blood on arteries create pressure, known as systolic blood pressure. Blood must reach every cell, because it is carrying oxygen and nutrients to them. The important thing you must know is…

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Genetics and Hormones: There are several reasons for which a man can have a small penis. Young men often avoid circumstances that affect the growth of their penis. The body of a man changes during puberty. Genetics or heredity and the supply of hormones are two of the factors that determine the…

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Farmers in the UK are still abandoning the organic food sales even though it has recovered since the financial crisis that rocked the world, according to a research which was published on Tuesday. According to the soil association, which is the main certifying body of organic produce, the sales of…

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Most people on the plus side tend to have some level of abdominal obesity. The term ‘abdominal obesity’ indicates the accumulation of fat around the belly area, which can lead to serious health and obesity related issues if unhindered. Check these tricks and ways to deal with abdominal…

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In a research that was conducted by researchers at the University of Wisconsin that followed up over 4000 men and women in a period of 15 years it was found that exercising reduces the chances of getting an eye disease. According to the research that mainly focused on the eye as well as exercising,…

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Tuberculosis (TB) is a bacterial disease caused by mycobacteria, specifically Mycobacterium tuberculosis, M. bovis, or M. africanum. The disease is spread from inhalation of organisms dispersed as droplets from the sputum of infected persons. TB traditionally was diagnosed among economically…

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Two popular low-carb diet plans are the Atkins Diet, which has been around for almost 50 years, and Dr. Bernstein’s Diet, which has been around for the past 20. Both bear similarities that can make it a bit confusing when you are trying to navigate the waters and find the solution that is…

Gout is a type of arthritis that happens because of a build up of uric acid. The uric acid is accumulated around the joints especially in the big toe. There are foods to avoid that cause this build up, such as citrus fruits, onions, garlic, tomato sauce, chocolate and fatty foods. Here are five…

One of the most effective diets is the Mayo Clinic Diet. It is not expected that you deprive yourself of all your favorite foods but learn to restrict your portions. The Mayo Clinic Diet teaches you how to choose healthy foods, ignore unhealthy foods (fried foods, foods with added sugar), and as a…

According to a recent study by the USDA, 75% of people usually dine out at least once a week and the other 25% dine out multiple times per week. Dining out poses a problem for those who are on a diet or who are trying to lose weight. There are a few misconceptions, such as skipping lunch in order to…

Diets would be a cinch if only we could manage our appetites as well as we wish to. There are certain foods, though, that help with managing those hunger pangs and make your regimen more bearable. Here are three of such foods that you could add to your diet: Seaweed Seaweed is a bundle of essential…

A healthy diet is what is the need of the hour in the wake of the popularity of junk food and a daily routine that involves very little physical exercise. Of course, consuming a balanced diet is not going to negate the requirements of adequate physical exercise, but it is certainly going to help in…

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One of the surest ways to attain an increased well-being is by practicing relaxing techniques. Other advantages include reduced anxiety; decreased heart rate, respiration rate, blood pressure, muscle tension; decreased metabolic rate and oxygen uptake. It is recommended that one should have at least…

Muscle cramps are sudden, involuntary contractions that occur in various muscles. Commonly affected muscles include those in the back of your lower leg, the back of your thigh, and the front of your thigh. You may also experience cramps in your abdominal wall, arms, hands, and feet. The intense pain…

Weight loss is a goal for many within western culture. Diet and exercise are generally the focus, though it’s common to look for a little help if it’s available and effective. Supplements in particular are popular, with varying degrees of results. The latest one to get press for its…

Allergies can make life miserable for many of us, to varying degrees of severity. Certainly, it’s important to consult with a doctor and come up with a treatment plan that works for you. However, some prefer to go the natural route, or supplement their existing medical treatment plan with…

Pomegranates are fruits that are packed with seeds and an equal number of benefits for the health of the one who eats them. One of the best things about pomegranates is that they have an excellent dose of antioxidants. In terms of antioxidants, they are three times as rich as green tea. Certain…

Your personality can explain your interaction with the world. But it can also explain your sleeping habits. • Your genetics determine are you an early bird or a night owl. Maybe you don’t like staying up late or waking up early, but this you cannot change. This depends on your genes and…