Medical Articles

Depression And Cocaine Addiction – The Connection

Cocaine is a powerful and highly addictive substance. Many people wonder how addictive cocaine really is and if there is some form of treatment. The use of cocaine could be traced back to the ancient people, who evidently started using coca leaves (the source of cocaine) even during the ancient times. It is a highly…

Public Speaking – Overcome the Panic and Anxiety

Many people that may otherwise seem confident and self assured in other areas of their lives experience high levels of panic and anxiety when they have to address an audience. Fear of public speaking has often been observed to rank higher than the fear of death. This article discusses the fear of public speaking and…

Anxiety and Depersonalization Fueled By Energy Drinks

Consumer alert, as loosely regulated, highly commercialized energy drinks are victimizing those who believe the hype. Serious health issues are being noted by innocent consumers who bought into the false claims surrounding these potentially dangerous drinks. The ingredients of high energy drinks revolve around massive doses of caffeine, inordinate amounts of sugar and other unnecessary…

Using a Massage Chair While Pregnant

Massage Chairs and Pregnancy When I was a full-time chiropractor, I would get asked all the time by my patients if chiropractic and massage (which we used in our clinic all the time) was safe to use on a pregnant lady. The answer is a resounding “Yes.” I have treated many, many women over the…

Is It Possible to Get Taller After Puberty?

People are seeking new ways to get tall and keep on asking, “Is it possible to get taller after puberty?” Many people ask me different ways that could help them to increase their height. So finally, I have jotted down a few of the methods of increasing your height. You can check which of the…

7 Herbal Infusions For Men’s Health

There is a lot of information out there on “women’s herbs” for menopause, osteoporosis and many other ailments usually thought of as only affecting women. What you may not know, is that these herbs help both women and men. The plants work on the same areas of the body. Below is a list of 7…

Techniques of Massage Therapy

Stripped off all pretense or flourishes, the basic intent of therapeutic massage is to manipulate the soft tissues purposefully to help heal the damaged, sore, bruised or otherwise impaired part of the body. There are, however, a seemingly vast number of specific specialized techniques and types of massage. There is Sports Massage, Myofascial Massage, Neuromuscular…

Hemorrhoids – Why You Need a Colonoscopy

Hemorrhoids are much more common than most people may realize and they become even more common as we age. I’ve heard some estimates that say that over 50% of people in the US will get hemorrhoids at some point in their life. Although hemorrhoids aren’t usually a serious condition, there are valid reasons why you…

The Vagina – What Is Normal?

Most girls at some time in their lives will ask themselves the question “Is my vagina is normal?” What is normal anyway? Female genitals may look quite different from others and yet still be completely normal. Some women have longer external labia (the outside “lips”) than others. It’s a bit like ear lobes, long floppy…

Reverse Aging – What is Resveratrol Extract?

Resveratrol (also known as the French Paradox and Japanese knotweed) is a phytoalexin which is produced naturally in the skin of red grapes that protects the plant from attacks from dangerous bacteria and pathogens. Resveratrol has been produced synthetically in a number of nutritional supplements and has been linked to a number of healthy benefits.…

Top 9 Teeth Whitening Myths Busted and Common Questions Answered

Myth 1 – Teeth Whitening ruins your tooth enamel Not generally true! Professional Teeth Whitening product suppliers mostly use Hydrogen Peroxide or Carbamide Peroxide as the active ingredients in their tooth whitener gels. The chemical Hydrogen Peroxide (HO) is a bleaching agent which converts into water (HO) and releases an Oxygen molecule (O) in the…