How To Treat Bunions
March 29, 2013 – 12:00 am | No Comment
A bunion is a deformity that is mainly made up of a lateral deviation of the great toe which enlarges due to a tissue or a bone. It is a serious foot problem. These are formed within the foot and not on the surface of the foot. An arthritic condition and  a result of bone degeneration it is found as  a lump on the outside portion of the big toe. Bunions are seen near the joint of the toe and sometimes  [...]

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Salt Treatment for Curing Respiratory Problems
November 15, 2010 – 1:18 am | No Comment
Salt is often viewed from the angle of its dietetic benefits & drawbacks. However, an astonishing new twist to salt intake is a rapidly increasing trend of several individuals inhaling it – rather than consuming it – as a means of treating their respiratory complaints – particularly among asthmatics and allergy sufferers. The so-dubbed ‘Halotherapy’ or salt treatment centers are mushrooming at an increasing rate in the United States, Canada and European countries. The salt therapy experience comprises of being seated in an enclosure having a glazing of salt in crystalline form and the air within it totally salt-filled. Those experiencing salt treatment would feel as though they were actually present in the innate salt caves found in the E. European region (excluding the comfortable lounging seating arrangements & flat screen televisions put up in the salt therapy room). Advocators of salt therapy claim that it could bring about improvement among symptomatic allergy sufferers,  [...]


Marketing over Meals – Fast Food Chains Monopoly
November 12, 2010 – 6:00 am | No Comment
Marketing over Meals – Fast Food Chains Monopoly
Who doesn’t know the evilness of fast foods? Are we talking of a new born baby who is yet unaware of how a cherry looks? Nope. We are the grown up, educated citizens of the world. We are very well acquainted with the ill health ness of fast foods. 85 % of American parents, as the statistics say, take their children to fast food restaurants on weekends or at least one in a week’s time. Fast food chains like McDonalds, King Burger, Taco Bell, Tibb’s, KFC, Subway, Wendy’s and many more have paced greatly to support and sustain the good health options for eating, but they hardly serve it to their customers. Kids meals need to be attractive, crunchy, crispy and tasty and only then they do eat it. So, just about 6 – 8 % of times, with over 250 well- running fast food bistros, do parents seek a healthy snack option and just 26 – 28 % of times are healthy drinks suggested for their kids’ meals. The present situation of health in terms of eating in the U.S. fast food chains depicts  [...]


Female Puberty Stages - The Untimely Instigations
November 11, 2010 – 4:02 am | No Comment
Female Puberty Stages – The Untimely Instigations
According to the latest studies, the age at which female puberty stages commence is seen to reduce. Ancient times witnessed the beginning of female puberty stages at the age of 16, which gradually reduced to 13 and now it is seen to be as low as 8 years of age. Doctors (Pediatricians and Gynecologists) and researchers claim that the chemicals used in daily house hold and cosmetic products are responsible for this. They consist of elements which mimic estrogen in the body. Also obesity is one factor greatly contributing towards this hazard the young girls are facing. Obesity, which is highly common in young people today, esp. in girls, is the major reason for the early puberty in females. Obesity increases body mass which contributes towards rise in the estrogen hormone levels in the body. This hormone is the female reproductive hormone which is responsible for female puberty by development of breasts and commencement of menstruation. Breast maturity is the main and noticeable sign of the  [...]


Reflexology Chart – The Pill-Free Resolution to Your Health Problems
November 10, 2010 – 1:07 am | No Comment
Digestion issues, being stressed out, sleeplessness, joint aches, menopause hot flashes and brain cell deterioration - the entire lot of pervasive health conditions could be trickier in treating and leaves many a suffer in utter desolation. Several of these people opt for alternative therapy like referring to a reflexology chart. Reflexology chart is followed by an approximate thirty-five thousand British practitioners of reflexology who stimulate the feet’s pressure points which are corresponding to certain areas of the body. Increasing numbers of these practitioners are deploying the rich benefits of reflexology by using the facial area, instead of the hand or feet areas for delivering this complementary health treatment. Those who vouch by the benefits of reflexology, firmly aver that facial reflexology is effectual as our faces have a huge influx of nerve, blood vessel supply. It is believed to beautifully merge massages with conjectures derived from acupuncture & Chinese medicine  [...]


Immune Suppression Hinders Cancer Treatments
November 9, 2010 – 5:39 am | No Comment
Immune Suppression Hinders Cancer Treatments
The researches for cancer treatments are under revolution. The reasons behind the failures pertaining to the previous researches in the field of cancer and its treatments have been discovered. They have all landed back to the insides of the human body. Researchers say that the thing that ceases the immune system to participate in the treatment of tumors lies within the body itself. They are special kinds of cells in the stromal cells or cancer cells. A type of these cells, of the connective tissue of body organs, releases the fibroblast activation protein (FAP) alpha. This protein averts the immune system from responding back towards the cancer tumors in the body. These cells are present within the tumor itself. The adversity of the presence of these cells is that they restrict the effects of vaccinations and other therapies that are most partly relied on the immune system functioning of the body. Researchers have found a way out by destroying these cells in the tumor. This shall relieve  [...]


Common Cold Symptoms Go Uncommon With Exercise
November 8, 2010 – 1:58 am | No Comment
Common Cold Symptoms Go Uncommon With Exercise
A regular work- outs and exercise plan not only aids one’s body to tone up and build up muscles, but also it helps enhance the lowered activity of the immune system. The common cold symptoms are caused due to the immune system being weak and hence not being able to fight the viral infections that invade the body. Studies, researches and experiments have proved that regular exercise can alleviate the common cold symptoms and keep a person healthier. This is seen just by increasing, or scheduling, the exercise by just 5 minutes a day and five times a week. This plan is a signature for people experiencing fewer occurrences of common cold with lesser severities. Exercise and diet are the two most powerful weapons one has during the winter months for protecting themselves from the ailments like viral fever, common cold and cough, joint aches, etc. A 30- minute brisk walk, on a daily basis, can be a great effort to reduce the adversities of common cold – like fever, cough, cold, sneezes,  [...]


Muscle building diets - The Super Seven Ways
November 3, 2010 – 12:05 am | No Comment
Muscle building diets – The Super Seven Ways
Those people seriously into altering their bodies are possibly following the right diet, obtaining plentiful protein for muscle development and avoiding sugared carbohydrates for preservation of their abs. Despite these amendments here are some muscle building diets for keeping your body in top form. 1. Switching from fat-less flavourful yoghurts to Greek yoghurt. Most firms when removing fats from yoghurts are generally including sugars for restoring lost flavours. Greek variety has innately more creaminess as compared to plain ones hence one could not truly decipher that it is fat-less and has two folds greater protein & merely fifty percent of the carbohydrates. Try adding some fruits of your choice for enhancing flavours. 2. Switching from Chunk-white tuna to tinned variety. Although chunk-white variety of tuna is protein-laden it has nearly three folds greater mercury presence as compared to other tuna forms & lesser amounts of healthful omega-3 fatty acids. Muscle building  [...]


Artificial Sweeteners and Sugar – A Threat to Good Health
November 2, 2010 – 4:09 am | No Comment
Artificial Sweeteners and Sugar – A Threat to Good Health
The most chronic and persistent health problem that most of the world residents face today is due to excessive weight gain or obesity. One of the main causes of obesity and other weight related ill conditions is calories, which are in turn obtained most from sugar. A simple glass of orange juice, which is considered as a refreshment or energy agent, consists of sweet calories equal to 26 grams of sugar. 26 grams, when analyzed, comes to be similar to 6 tea spoons of sugar. The normal health and diet chart, referred to by most doctors and dieticians, says that one can consume a maximum of 10 – 12 tea spoons of sugar, i.e. hardly 50 – 60 grams. This may not be just natural fructose, but also artificial sweeteners included. This was just an orange juice glass, with 6 tea spoons already done! One may have such 2 glasses a day, and added cups of coffee, candies, fruits, chocolates, desserts and other sweet goods (or may be no goods) in one day, which makes us bound to cross the 12- teaspoons-  [...]