Are Eating Disorders Related to Bad Habits (part 1)?

Eating disorders are characterized by an abnormal obsession with food and weight. Eating disorders are much more noticed in women than in men due to the fact that men often don’t seek help. We believe, that for most people, a link exists between habits formed long ago and eating disorders. An eating disorder is a…

Are You Hiring for Growth in 2015?

Every business wants to grow. Whether that means taking a business from the home office to a storefront or growing from $ 100 million in revenue to what Henry Kim reiter to as "unicorn club" status, growth is the goal. The success of a company's growth has less to do with product design and marketing…

Diabetes and Neuropathy

Generally, diabetic neuropathy doesn’t produce obvious symptoms in its beginning stages, that’s what makes it so dangerous. Once you begin to experience numbness, tingling or pain in your feet, it could very well be the beginning of neuropathy. Other symptoms include: * Numbness in any part of you arms, legs, or feet to include weak…

Clinical Peculiarities of the Chest of a Developing Child

Although the thoracic cavity houses two vital organs, the heart and lungs, the anatomic structures of the chest wall are important sources of the information concerning cardiac and pulmonary function, skeletal formation. The chest is inspected for size, shape, symmetry, movement and the presence of the bony landmarks formed by the ribs and sternum. Important…

Childhood Obesity: The Psychological Repricussions

Everyone knows the physical ramifications of childhood obesity, but when it comes to the psychological aspects, psychiatric science is playing catch up a bit. While it is well known that a child or adolescent who suffers from childhood obesity is picked on and isolated from peers, the exact consequences and the extent of emotional damage…

Using Cold Flow Improvers to Help Your Business

If you run an international haulage firm, the dangers of operating vehicles in extremely cold temperatures will be a familiar problem. Diesel needs to be at a warm enough temperature to remain in liquid form, otherwise it could crystalise. This could cause damage the engine, stop the driver from being able to fill the vehicle…

What Is Scabies Rash?

Scabies Rash Scabies is a microscopic “bug” that goes under the surface of the skin causing a rash. Scabies Rash is an infestation of the skin with the microscopic mite Sarcoptes scabei. Infestation is common, found worldwide, and affects people of all races and social classes. Scabies rash spreads rapidly under crowded conditions where there…

7 Examples Why Boots Are Better Than Shoes

Boots are better than shoes for all sorts of reasons. They are more durable. They last longer. They protect your feet from potential dangers better than shoes do. The list goes on and on. However, real life anecdotes help drive home the idea better than just making a list. Here is a list of experiences…

Yeast Infection and Painful Urination

Medical assistance from healthcare workers and doctors should immediately be sought if a person suffers from yeast infection and pain when urinating. The infected person must undergo laboratory tests to detect yeast in the vagina. The bacteria, Candida albicans causes the infection when they grow unnaturally in the vagina. This calls for the right medication…

Art is a Reflection on Society – A Perspective

Art has always been a reflection of the emotions, personal struggle, and the path breaking events of a contemporary society. When a society demands or undergoes a change, art has mostly subtly complied with it. The Oxford Dictionary describes art as “the quality, production, expression, or realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful,…

Yoga's Influence on Stress

No matter who we are, we have it. We have it when we're running late for work, we have it when we fight with our spouse, we have it when we smell the turkey dinner we've fixed for our new in-laws burning in the oven. Even those of us who appear perpetually happy have it.…

How To Fight Depression With Vitamin B-Complex

What is the correlation between Vitamins and Depression?  It has been found by research that a variety of deficiencies of certain B vitamins may lead to symptoms of depression.   The first signs of insufficient amounts of Vitamin B complex are mood changes, insomnia, changes in appetite, a craving for sugar and an impaired drug…

Bipolar Depression

Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder of extremes. There are two sides to it – bipolar mania and bipolar depression. For some people, however, the depressive side to bipolar disorder can be the more painful, as every minute of it can be experienced such as a child experiences their first broken bone. When someone experiences…