Target Specific Heart Health Risks

Heart Protection Nutritional Supplement Guide: Following a heart-healthy diet can do a lot to reduce risk, but for many people, it's not enough. Heart-protecting drugs usually come with troublesome side effects, such as fatigue and the possibility of liver disease. For some risk factors, like homocysteine ​​and low-density lipoprotein prescriptive drugs are not available. HEART…

How to Shot Put

Recently, John Smith, one of the premier shot put coaches in the world, asked the question, “What is the most important key to throwing the shot far?” Many coaches thought they knew the answer, but everybody failed to realize the simplest and most important aspect of good shot putting is to “KEEP THE BALL MOVING!”…

General Information About Ulcer

Peptic ulcer is a very common disease across the world affecting a lot of people. Modern scientists have started to make serious brake troughs in understanding and fighting this disease. because of this we now have the ability to use numerous treatments against ulcer, treating it and even curing it. It is a well known…

A Little Known Fact To Cardiac Asthma

Nowadays, this medical term is not so famous any. Cardiac asthma is very less used these days. People in earlier times mistook this disease and its relevance with pulmonary edema or fluid in the lungs and only in the later years it became clear that a cardiac asthma can occur even without having that fluid…

Diabetes Statistics – Reliable Numbers

The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is an umbrella organization of over 200 national diabetes associations in over 160 countries. Beside promoting diabetes care and prevention, the IDF tracks statistics on diabetes and diabetics on a worldwide basis. The Federation publishes the Diabetes Atlas , a collection of statistics and comments on diabetes which is issued…

How To Eliminate Fear of the Lacrosse Ball

Fear of the lacrosse ball is a common trait that every goalie goes through. I don’t care what experienced goalies say. They may have forgotten the times they had fear of the ball if they haven’t experienced it in a while. Or they are just trying to act tough. It doesn’t matter. We all go…

February is Heart Month

February is Heart Month According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular diseases, including stroke, are our nation’s No. 1 killer. To urge Americans to join the battle against these diseases, since 1963 Congress has required the president to proclaim February “American Heart Month.”  As it is heart month it is important that we all understand…

Natural Ways To Treat Baby’s Eczema

Eczema is a common skin condition in babies usually developing around two and six months. The condition can, however appear at any other given age and it is characterized by dry, itchy red patches that can be very uncomfortable for the baby. A baby should naturally have silky smooth skin that is healthy, but a…

Magnesium Deficiency and Heart Disease

You may not know that Magnesium plays a very important role in treating heart disease. All muscles require magnesium to function properly. If the levels of magnesium is too low in your body, you might have irregular heartburn and/or calcification of heart muscle cells that causes the development of scar tissue. Also it can cause…

Alkaline Foods Chart A Guide For Healthier Living

The alkaline foods chart is a good guide for a healthy living. Various foods contribute to the PH balance of the body. When this balance is broken, the body reacts negatively. An unhealthy body affects a healthy life. The alkaline foods chart is a good determining factor whether the food you are eating gives your…

Ten Healthy Reasons To Give Up Soda

First, some interesting soda facts: The first commercial soft drinks were produced in the 17th century from water and lemon juice sweetened with honey. In 1881: The first cola-flavored beverage was introduced. In 1885: Charles Aderton invented “Dr Pepper” in Waco, Texas. In 1886: John S. Pemberton invented “Cola” in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1898: “Pepsi-Cola”…

Rapid Cycling in Bipolar Disorder

Rapid cycling is not a fast ride on a unicycle, though it might certainly be close the experience. The fact is this is the most disabling type of bipolar disorder and the most difficult to treat. During such episodes people are more likely to need hospitalization and are most at risk for suicide. Most people…