Simple tips to choose your bedtime snack carefully!

By Moiz

Simple tips to choose your bedtime snack carefully!

If you are in the habit of eating your evening meal fairly early on, you may feel that you need a snack before bed to keep you going through the night and prevent you from waking up.  However, in order to avoid disturbing sleep or weight gain, it is necessary to opt for the right type of snack to ease night time hunger. Analyze some of the below-mentioned tips before opting for bedtime snack: Continue Reading

Tips and Treatments to Help Clear Your Severe Skin Acne

By Stella Green

Tips and Treatments to Help Clear Your Severe Skin Acne

Acne of any type can be upsetting, but particularly severe acne can be very depressing. Severe acne is inflamed, often painful, and can happen on both the face and the body. It’s important to start an acne treatment soon because they can often cause scarring. These can be tough to treat, but with the right medications and some perseverance, you really can see a huge improvement in your acne. Continue Reading

Steps To Cope Wth An Asthma Attack

By Stella Green

Steps To Cope Wth An Asthma Attack

Asthma is a long-term disease that has no cure and it needs constant care and proper management at all times. If you are an asthma patient, your life depends on how you handle this condition. If asthma treatment is not taken properly then it can have serious consequences. Most people with the disease have the power for coping up with it through asthma care and live a normal and active life as one can do a number of things to make life easier. Below are some of the steps to avoid asthma attacks: Continue Reading

Obesity Rates Still Rising In U.S. Kids

By Steve Marc

Obesity Rates Still Rising In U.S. Kids

Childhood obesity is a serious problem in the United States; obesity puts kids at risk for poor health. Despite recent declines in the prevalence among preschool-aged children, obesity amongst all children is still too high. It has immediate and long-term impacts on physical, social, and emotional health. Children with obesity are at higher risk for having serious health problems and diseases that affect physical health like asthma, sleep apnea, bone and joint problems, type 2 diabetes, and even heart disease. They are bullied and teased from social isolation, depression, and lower self-esteem. Continue Reading

The Kidney Stone Issue Is Rising In Teens

By Stella Green

The Kidney Stone Issue Is Rising In Teens

Kidney stones are hard concretions of the minerals and other elements, and normally found in urine. The stone typically forms in the kidney before it goes down to the tubes those are linking kidney to the bladder. Rarely, stones might originate in the bladder. Continue Reading

How to Making up for Your Lost Sleep?

By Moiz

How to Making up for Your Lost Sleep?

Yes, people can make up for lost sleep on another day. The amount of sleep lost and recovered may not be the same, though. Most of the first few hours of sleep can be recovered, but if the sleep lost in excess, then all can’t be recovered. Fortunately, even if you do lose a large amount of sleep throughout the week, the body has its own recovery system that makes it easier for you to bounce back from a sleep deficit. And you may not even need to recover all the hours you failed to get. Continue Reading

Guide to Female Infertility

By Steve Marc

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The desire to have a child is natural, and most couples plan pregnancy at a certain point in their adult lives. Conceiving a baby may seem like the easiest thing in the world, but it is not the case for many people. Continue Reading

Get Help for Constipation when you Need

By Moiz

Get Help for Constipation when you Need

Are you suffering from constipation? Have you tried certain medications to treat it, but remain disappointed? Most of us suffer from irregular bowel movement (commonly known as constipation) and no one else but we ourselves are responsible for this condition because of the fast paced lifestyle that most of us are following. Continue Reading

Asthma can cause Fertility Problem in Women

By Steve Marc

Asthma can cause Fertility Problem in Women

People suffering from asthma may also experience serious health conditions not connected to the respiratory system due to inflammation that asthma causes. New research links have shown that for a lady it could be difficult to getting pregnant if she is suffering from asthma. Women with asthma have a lower pregnancy rate than those without the lung disorder. Continue Reading