For Indians, the Road Is a Playground

In the year 2005 or so, a young couple living in Vasant Kunj, a tiny locality in India's capital city of New Delhi, were blessed with their first child. The young parents, both doctors, were elated by the new addition to their family. Even before the child could complete one year, they decided to travel…

Is it Okay to Exercise During Menstruation?

A common question among women’s fitness groups is whether or not it is healthy to exercise during menstruation. While many fears and beliefs about our monthly cycle have changed over the years, whether or not strenuous activity is right for every woman is probably best determined on a case by case basis. Each woman is…

Understanding The Stages of Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer, also known as exocrine cancer, is a disease where malignant (cancer) cells appear in the tissues of the pancreas. Uncontrolled multiplication of cells in the pancreas leads to pancreatic cancer. Explanations as to how one develops pancreatic cancer remain unexplained. However, it is not contagious. Over 29,000 people in the United States are…

Do Royal Jelly Pregnancy Benefits or Side Effects Exist?

Have you heard about royal jelly pregnancy benefits or side effects? There are two ways to approach this topic. First, a woman can take royal jelly (bee’s milk) to improve her chances of conceiving. Secondly, she can consume royal jelly during her pregnancy to cope with morning sickness and improve health. Do you have difficulties…

Breast Actives Cream

Breasts Actives cream is a cream which can be bought that is designed to make your breasts bigger and perkier. It is supposed to be applied every day to the breasts. Not only is it fitted to make your breasts bigger and perkier it also makes your breasts smoother and more attractive. It is used…

Congestive Heart Failure And The Risks To You

Congestive heart failure is a dramatic and potentially deadly occurrence. It is a contributing factor is the deaths of 300,000 more individuals each year. Congestive heart failure is a condition in which the heart is unable to pump enough blood efficiently to all tissues. Congestive heart failure is the most common cause of hospitalization for…

Minerals That Give You Super Health

You are a mineral body Every part of you is made from minerals – your bones, cell structure, lymph liquid, arteries, organs, tissue, muscle, hair, and so on. You can not live without minerals. Your body does not produce minerals. Where do you get your minerals? You get them from vegetables and fruits and good…

Developing and Symptoms of Pneumonia

Pneumonia is an acute lung infection caused by a microorganism. The microorganisms that cause pneumonia are multiple and vary greatly with the age of the child. Generally it is difficult to accurately determine the causative agent of a pneumonia, particularly when caused by bacteria. In the newborn, pneumonia is usually caused by microorganisms acquired from…

Breast Cancer: Battleground Stories

A slip of paper with the information below was handed to me by one of the brave women I had the pleasure of knowing during the meeting of a local support group. She said, "Whatever you do, make sure at least one person reads it." "Of all the cancer related deaths, breast cancer is the…

Using Antibiotics to Treat Acute Bronchitis

Around twenty million prescriptions for infections of the respiratory tract are written every year. The common diagnoses include URIs, otitis media, pharyngitis, sinusitis, and acute bronchitis; and take note, this is happening in the US alone. If you try to combine all prescriptions around the world, perhaps it can reach to billions. Studies have shown…

The Fat Burning Power of Food

There are certain foods that burn more fat than the calorie content of the food itself and others that promote the release of fat from cells. The effects of these foods will be slightly different in each individual. As each person has a different metabolic rate the benefit from these fat burning foods will vary.…

Top 10 Risk Factors For Osteoporosis

Are you at risk for developing osteoporosis?  Over 34 billion Americans currently suffer from low bone density that can lead to osteoporosis and potentially deadly bone fractures.  Now more than ever, we want to live long and healthy lives, and prolong our active and vibrant quality of life.  Knowing whether you are at risk for…