Female Sexual Dysfunction Help10 December of 2008
Female sexual dysfunction
We all are aware of Viagra and its effects on men, but do we know that majority of women have sexual problems too? The excuses of headaches to avoid sex may be because of a genuine health problem. Scientists and medical faculties are now turning their attention to a commonly occurring but unpublicized health problem called female sexual dysfunction.
Many science and medical communities are now looking into the problem of female sexual dysfunction as a physical problem instead of dismissing it as a mental problem. (more…)
Canadian Orlistat08 December of 2008
Obesity refers to an excessive amount of body fat. Most health care professionals agree that men with more than 25 percent body fat and women with more than 30 percent body fat are obese. Most available weight-loss medications approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are appetite-suppressant medications. However, Orlistat is one drug that works in a different way. Canadian Orlistat works by reducing the body’s ability to absorb dietary fat by about one third. It does this by blocking the enzyme lipase, which is responsible for breaking down dietary fat. When fat is not broken down, the body cannot absorb it, so fewer calories are taken in. (more…)
Does Hoodia Gordonii Really Work For Safe Weight Loss?04 December of 2008
Hoodia gordonii (pronounced HOO-dee-ah) is also called hoodia, xhooba, khoba, Ghaap, hoodia cactus, and South African desert cactus.
Hoodia is a cactus that’s causing a stir for its ability to suppress appetite and promote weight loss. 60 Minutes, ABC, and the BBC have all done stories on hoodia. Hoodia is sold in capsule, liquid, or tea form in health food stores and on the Internet. Hoodia gordonii can be found in the semi-deserts of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Angola. (more…)
Stroke03 December of 2008
Ischemic stroke continues to have a major impact on the public health of our nation. Ranking among the leading causes of death, stroke is far more disabling than fatal and results in enormous costs measured in both health-care dollars and lost productivity. Once considered untreatable, ischemic stroke has become subject to intensive scrutiny in recent years. Considerable research has led to a better delineation of risk factors, as well as an expanded understanding of pathophysiologic subtypes. Innovative acute therapies are being applied in a manner analogous to the treatment of acute myocardial infarction that emerged more than a decade ago. There are still many unanswered questions regarding the most effective therapies to prevent first or recurrent stroke, however recent clinical trials have helped clarify the best options for stroke prevention in a variety of settings. (more…)
Lowering Cholesterol With Canadian Zocor – How Do They Work?02 December of 2008
Do you have high cholesterol? Have you considered using Zocor to help your cholesterol? You might be curious if Zocor is right for you and how it works. Like all prescription drugs, Zocor is not for everyone.
Canadian Zocor is intended for use with a diet when exercise and diet alone do not lower your cholesterol. Do not take Zocor if you are pregnant, you may become pregnant, you are breast feeding or if you have liver problems. Talk with your doctor if you are taking any other prescription medications. (more…)
Treating Erectile Dysfunction With Levitra01 December of 2008
Levitra (generic name, vardenafil) is a prescription drug that is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) – which is an inability in men to achieve penile erection. This embarrassing situation of failing to maintain an erection until ejaculation is often referred to as impotence. Whatever its underlying physiological and psychological causes are, this condition was once a taboo subject.
Thanks to recent heavy advertisements on drugs in this category, and much publicity of high-interest stories, taking remedial medications such as Levitra has become a more accepted norm.
Prostate Care – Find Out What You Can Do For Your Own Health Benefits30 November of 2008
Your overall health is very important, and one aspect of it is preventing problems with your prostate. It is very scary when you see the statistics that indicate more than 1/2 of all men will have some form of prostate cancer in their lifetime. This type of cancer can be very aggressive in nature. It attacks the area around the rectum first and then move into the urinary glands. As a result those glands will swell up to about the size of a walnut. This is going to be painful, make it hard to urinate, and make it very difficult to ejaculate normally. (more…)
Take Away The Pain With Medication27 November of 2008
We can experience pain as a result of a wide range of situations. Perhaps you can hardly get through the day as a result of the pain you suffer after an automobile accident, or maybe your arthritis is causing you unbearable pain. Whatever the reason, your pain can probably be eased with painkillers, which is used to relieve pain that is moderate to moderately severe. End your pain with Pain Medications! (more…)
Herbal Phentermine Pills And Weight Loss26 November of 2008
Herbal Phentermine pills are designed to release neurotransmitters in the brain called catecholamines. The result? A decreased production of neuropeptide Y, which in turn reduces appetite, increases energy and decreases fat storage. Your reward? Less hunger and more weight loss.
Some non-prescription appetite suppressants like the herbal phentermine are also known to be very effective. Since it is natural, side effects are fewer compared to prescription phentermine pills. Herbal phentermine pills are manufactured similar to prescription pills and work in a similar manner. Herbal phentermine also suppresses the appetite, burns calories and increases metabolism and energy. Herbal Phentermine contains botanical and thermogenic ingredients and so must be followed with a healthy diet and good sleeping habits to avoid complications. Also, since herbal phentermine does not require a prescription, it is preferred to the regular phentermine.