Medical Articles

Listen to Your Body Rhythms

Hormonal cycles have always been a defining factor in women’s lives, inspiring myths, customs, restrictions and in more recent times, self-medication. in the late 1880’s, cocaine-laced soft drinks were advertised as a perfect pick-me-up. In fact, generations of women have learned to self-medicate for mood swings, anxiety, depression and physical discomfort. Today, physicians are 37…

How to Seduce a Depressed Woman

Should you even try to seduce a woman with depression? People with depression want to date and have relationships just like anyone else, so depression shouldn’t stop you in your tracks. But it will bring you some extra challenges that you should be prepared for. Let’s take a look at those now. – Check your…

What to Do With Those Dark Circles Under Your Eyes

The development of dark circles under one’s eyes makes you look tired. Some people develop dark circles with aging, while others have had them from when they were young. Dark circles occur just as frequently in Caucasians as they do in more darkly pigmented people. Dark circles, contrary to popular thought, is not due to…

Nipple Discharge! When Not Pregnant?

“After sexual activity with his boo, 29 years old Bola* noticed milky discharge from his Boo’s left breast; ‘Milky nipple discharge is no dilemma if you are pregnant or lactating, but is blood curdling when you are no pregnant’, explains Bola’s Boo”. Galactorrhea or Nipple discharge, the persistent discharge of milk from the nipple, can…

Tips to Prevent Vaginal Thrush

The vagina is a sensitive part of a woman’s body that should be kept free from infections but most women experience vaginal infections or vaginal thrush every now and then. Genital infections can be very uncomfortable and it can keep coming back if not properly treated. It is important for women to know how to…

Natural Solutions for Hepatitis B & C

Hepatitis B and C are becoming increasingly common infectious diseases in the United States. These diseases are spread through the blood and body fluids. People at greatest risk of contracting these diseases are those involved in the medical field, intravenous drug users, those who received blood transfusions before there was screening for these diseases, and…