Fight with Pollen

By Stella Green

Allergy is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system. Generally, the immune system of people with allergies react to harmless foreign substances in the environment like pollens, molds, dust mites, foods, animal dander, and some medication. These substances are known as allergens. Reports mentions allergies as among the most common problems in the United States. One out of 10 Americans suffer from common allergies. Continue Reading

Foods that Cause Stained Teeth

By Stella Green

Foods that Cause Stained Teeth

Your smile can be the most attractive part about you because it can seem so appealing. Good white teeth are almost like a person’s prized possession and also indicate a person’s attention to oral hygiene. When a person with such teeth flashes a smile, they seem to get the attention of everyone present, whether friends, colleagues, business clients or intimate friends. Properly arranged teeth improve the quality of someone’s smile. Bad teeth can be very unsightly and might even come in the way of relationships at work and in one’s personal life.  Continue Reading

Kill The Silent Killer “ High Blood Pressure ” Before It Kills You

By Stella Green

High Blood Pressure

Cardiovascular diseases have affected millions worldwide, and have assumed proportions of a world wide epidemic. This conspicuous rise in cardiovascular diseases has also meant world wide significant increase in health spends towards remedial treamtmen imposing a notable economic burden upon society. High blood pressure (Hypertension) is an associated risk factor for cardiovascular disease since the last decade. The worldwide occurrence of hypertension is more than 1 billion whereas more than 7.1 million deaths may be accredited to hypertension annually. Continue Reading

Breast Cancer: Start Your Fight before It Strikes

By Stella Green

Breast Cancer

Cancer in breast tissue is known as breast cancer. In the United States, Breast cancer is found to be the most common cancer diagnosed in women after skin cancer. Though the possibilities of breast cancer exist in both male and female, it is a disease found more commonly in females. In the past few years due to the development of molecular biology, a lot of research has been done in the areas of diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. But breast cancer continues to be a major problem in the female population. Here we have provided a brief introduction to breast cancer, its different types, signs and symptoms, stages, its diagnosis and treatment as well as genetic aspect of breast cancer. Continue Reading

Breast Cancer: Myths Vs Reality

By Stella Green

Breast cancer treatment

Each morning, when we rise from our sleep, among the first things we do is to look at ourselves in the mirror. How many women even think about or actually ever check their breasts for possible lumps each morning? If someday you feel a lump in your breast, it will be something you will want to attend to post haste as there could be chances of its being a cancer lump, It might cause you distress which is understandable. In such a case, nothing is more important than consulting your physician so that problem can be prevented on time. Continue Reading

Astaxanthin- Nature’s Most Potent Antioxidant

By Stella Green

Astaxanthin

Carotenoids are natural organic pigments that are synthesized by plants and are responsible for the bright colors of various fruits and vegetables. Dozens of carotenoids are present in the foods we eat, and most of them have antioxidant activities. But, nature’s most powerful carotenoid antioxidant is Astaxanthin. It is a keto-carotenoid, which is a colorful and lipid-soluble pigment found in microalgae, salmon, yeast, trout, krill, shrimp, and the feathers of some birds. Astaxanthin has the capability to provide red color of salmon meat and cooked shellfish. Studies have shown that Professor Basil Weedon’s group proved the structure of Astaxanthin by synthesis, in the year 1975. Continue Reading

Addison’s disease – Be Aware of it

By Steve Marc

Addison’s disease

We need hormones to regulate the functions of the body. These are chemical messengers that are responsible for functioning of the body. Basically, there is a small adrenal gland just above each kidney, which makes hormones and are essential to lead a healthy life. Addison’s disease is when the body lacks hormones or when the glands don’t make enough of these hormones. Continue Reading

Understand Inflammation and Remain Pain- Free

By Stella Green

inflammation

Whenever the body is up against any noxious stimuli, its in-built defense mechanism tries to counter the noxious stimuli to protect us from its ill effects. Noxious stimuli such as pathogens or toxins may damage cells resulting in inflammation.When cells get damaged, the immune response generates inflammation.The primary goal of such an inflammatory response is to remove the cause of cell injury or to remove the necrotic cell and tissue. Inflammation helps in initiating tissue repair. Continue Reading

Arthritis – Don’t Make Joint Pain An Old Age Companion

By Stella Green

Arthritis

Remember the time when you could climb stairs easily or the time you didn’t need to give a second thought to whether you could open a jar or turn a doorknob? But when these simple tasks leave you in pain, the condition is described as arthritis, a condition which leaves your joints swollen and painful and makes the simplest of everyday tasks a struggle . Continue Reading

Alzheimer’s Disease – Care for your Loved Ones

By Steve Marc

Alzheimer’s Disease

As age progresses, there may be a possibility that people might suffer from cognitive impairments. Alzheimer’s disease is one such condition. This neurodegenerative type of dementia is a non-curable disorder in which the death of brain cells causes memory loss and cognitive decline.
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