Easy Ways to Make Your Breasts Bigger Naturally

22 December of 2009

So you want to make your breasts bigger? You're not alone – whether they admit it or not, most women would like just a little bit more size – sometimes even 1 cup size extra would make all the difference. These days there's more products than ever before in the breast enlargement market, unfortunately many of these products don't work quite as well as they claim. What you want is something that is safe, natural, EFFECTIVE and won't give you any adverse side effects. (more…)

Treatment options for erectile dysfunction

16 December of 2009

What are the options, natural or otherwise, for erectile dysfunction treatment? Find out more about this subject and much more about Viagra, the pioneering erectile dysfunction drug.

Various options for the treatment of erectile dysfunction

Most men suffer from erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives. One in ten men suffers from this problem owing to a host of factors, which can be physical or psychological in nature. If you too suffer from this agony, then there is no reason to feel sad. Various options for the treatment of erectile dysfunction are available today. (more…)

Quit Smoking

11 December of 2009

To quit smoking is probably one of the hardest things for most people to do, because smoking is an addiction and the nicotine has you hooked. I once read something interesting, if you can survive 10 minutes without reaching for the pack of cigarettes when the urge hits you, you will be over it. As smoking laws make it more and more difficult for people to smoke outside their homes, it could be a good incentive to give it up. (more…)

Drug Resistant Bacteria War

08 December of 2009

Finally, after years of warnings from health authorities of the growing hazard posed by drug-resistant bacteria, people are now listening. A deadly strain of antibiotic-resistant bacteria seems to be responsible in the death of more people every year, according to a study published last week in the Journal of the American Medical Association. An estimated 19,000 deaths in 2005 appeared to be caused by fatal bacterial infections, a much greater number of mortality than that of AIDS, emphysema or homicide. The recent casualty was a 17-year-old high school football player in Virginia, a grim reminder that Community Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, or CA-MRSA, can victimized otherwise healthy people. (more…)

Simple Habits That Can Help in Platelet Increase

04 December of 2009

How would you feel if you can finally find a simple way to increase blood platelets count? Your friends have for sure mentioned that you life style habits do not affect your low blood platelet count. Your doctor has probably assured you that there are no changes you could do to improve. You will just have to continue your treatment for life.

But even if the doctor says there is no connection you know that your life style somehow is making your blood platelets worse. Well there is a correlation! Read the 3 things that can greatly determine whether your platelet count levels stay low or normal.

The clue to having normal platelets in ITP is to maintain general body health. I want to ask you a question. Are your platelets really the only thing sick? Or are you as a whole person sick? How you answer shows if your understanding of health and disease is correct. If you responded with “I am sick as a whole” then you have the right conceptsThis is the usual response many give: Oh if it weren’t for my low platelet disease I would OK! But the truth is the other way around. The truth is: If you were healthy, your platelets would be OK. Now meditate on this carefully. (more…)

Sprained Ankle Treatment

16 November of 2009

Have you lately twisted or twisted an ankle? If so , you are likely in a lot of pain and there is considerable swelling, bruising, and stiffness. You are probably aware of the conventional system known as R.I.C.E. ( Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation ). I am sure you’ve heard everyone tell you to elevate your ankle, ice it and rest. that won’t be the most effective way to rehabilitate your ankle. Here are some of the most common questions related to an ankle twist answered by a top fitness trainer.

When you first sustain an ankle injury, the strain on the ligaments leads to agony, rigidity, swelling and bruising. Depending on the seriousness of the twist, you must consider getting x-rays to be sure that nothing is damaged. (more…)

Woman suffers horrendous burns after reaction to Boots hair dye

29 October of 2009

A call centre worker was rushed to hospital with agonising burns after using a popular home hair dye kit bought in a branch of Boots.

Zoe Vernon, 22, was put on a drip in the special burns unit after suffering a severe reaction to the product.

Doctors told her she had some of the worst burns they had seen linked to hair dye.

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Kamagra Is A Breakthrough In Curing Erectile Dysfunction

26 October of 2009

Out of all the relationship in this world, sexual relationship is very important. Sex is one of the most beautiful feelings in the world and is an integral part of a relationship. But sometimes some problems like impotence can make one’s life hell.

Luckily, with the advancement of medical science, impotence can be treated and a healthy sexual relationship can be maintained. Kamagra is pill for the treatment of impotency or male erection dysfunction. It has helped many suffering from erectile dysfunction and facing problem in keeping an erection when sexually aroused. (more…)

Understanding Pregnancy And Diet

23 October of 2009

The kind of food you eat, the weight you gain, and the other healthy things that you do during your pregnancy directly affect the health of your baby. However, among the healthy pregnancy tips that you can follow, understanding the relationship between pregnancy and diet is most effective in ensuring that your baby undergoes normal development and growth. Eating a variety of healthy foods is extremely important, especially during the first few months of the pregnancy. On average, pregnant women need an additional 300 calories to their normal caloric intake to sustain the needs of the baby’s growth in the womb. With a well-balanced diet, you can ensure a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. (more…)