3 Vegetables That Lower High Blood Pressure

When your doctor tells you that you have a high blood pressure or hypertension, it signals that your health is at risk. Hypertension exposes you to heart diseases and stroke. These two belong to the top three conditions that kill many Americans annually. How Do You Know That You Have Hypertension? A simple blood pressure…

Treatment of Fingernail Fungus

Fingernail fungus is an infection caused by living microorganisms when it attacks the nail of either foot or hand. The fungus grows in dark and moist area that it finds under and sides of the nail as nails have micro-spaces around. The fungus finds comfortable environment as the nail itself protects it. It gradually locates…

A List of Vegetables and Fruits That Improve Erection

There are many foods that can contains nutrients that are required for a good penile erection. Plants are the category of foods that offer the most abundant nutrients, and people often regard vegetables and fruits as the best sources of nutrients. In order to gain a hard erection, our body needs a mixture of vitamins…

What’s the Difference Between Stretch Marks and Varicose Veins?

Cosmetic blemishes can be quite unpleasant for many individuals, and may lead some to feel embarrassed and self-conscious. Not surprisingly, many who are beginning to notice certain cosmetic blemishes seek treatment to find relief. The first step in determining the appropriate course of treatment, however, is identifying the problem and diagnosing the condition. Varicose veins…

Causes of Lower Back Pain and Hip Pain

One thing in common we all have is that someday we all have some sort of lower back pain. Usually a bump, bruise or accident will cause the lower back pain. These are usually mild cases and only require treatment that is very easy to do. Others will find they have back pain and don’t…

Top 6 Causes of Diarrhea in the Elderly

Many elderly folks suffer from the occasional battle with diarrhea without ever knowing what caused it. While it’s generally just an uncomfortable annoyance that only lasts a day or two, it can become a more serious situation when it ends up causing incontinence. Severe or chronic diarrhea is cause for concern and is a situation…

Is Anything Safe To Eat?

If you listened to everything the so-called ‘experts’ and doom merchants of diet had to say about food, you’d never eat again. During the last few years just about everything we eat has been labeled as ‘dangerous’. Even foods that generations have regarded as essential part of a good, daily diet have been under suspicion.…

Peptic Ulcer and Its Complications

Some of the peptic ulcers may heal without treatment, spontaneously. But if they complicate the whole situation is severe, there may appear ulcer bleeding, ulcer perforation, and gastric obstruction. Ulcer bleeding manifests as: melena or black stools, weakness, orthostatic syncope, hematemesis meaning blood vomiting. Treatment may be the rapid replacement of the lost fluids on…

The Shocking Causes of Gynecomastia

If you’ve ever looked around at different men’s bodies, you probably noticed that some of them have breasts that are larger than normal. Realizing this may seem a little strange at first, because overdeveloped male breasts are usually only associated with females. However, it is incorrect to assume that only overweight men suffer from “man…

"Switch How to Change Things When Change is Hard" by Chip Heath and Dan Heath Business Book Review

Business mavens, Brothers Heath released their new book, entitled, “Switch: How To Change Things When Change Is Hard,” (Broadway, 2010), in February. The authors address change at the individual, organizational, and societal level. Change involves the brain’s emotional and rational side. The Heath brothers identify the overpowering emotional element as the Elephant. The rational, decision-making…

The Most Common Causes of Yeast Infection

Adult humans have 3 to 4 pounds of beneficial bacteria, numbering about 70 trillion individual organisms, living in our digestive system. Yeast is present in every one of us. The shear strength in numbers of the beneficial bacteria keeps yeast in check. They are in charge and make yeast produce vitamins, such as the B…