Many people are embarrassed to visit their doctor to have a consultation for their hemorrhoids. It is important to remember that hemorrhoids is a common ailment in for people who are in their fifties and above and even nursing mothers.
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Dental implants are arguably one of the most forward developments in dentistry. They serve as the closest possible solution to damaged or missing natural teeth, and you can achieve excellent results.
Implants are a permanent solution that is designed to last a long time, but they do require special care. Below are important steps to take to ensure your implants are looked after and you don’t have to end up having them done again. Read More »
Your doctor will definitely give you a list of dos and don’ts to follow post a C-section. An abdominal surgery needs more care and attention post delivery. Ignorance can harm and delay the healing process. However, there are certain things that you might do unmindfully that could lead to a medical condition and delay the healing process. So here are the things you should avoid to help your body heal faster after a c-section. Read More »
For lactating mothers, it not uncommon to experience an episode of, engorgement. This happens when the breasts are making more milk than it can empty, one reason why mothers are advised to feed the baby frequently. However, at times engorgement becomes unavoidable and this leads to heaviness and hardness in the breasts. Read More »
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We all love our organic fruits. Most gardeners understand that how the fruit is grown has a direct effect on its taste. It also has an effect on the nutrient values of the fruit. Compare the taste and health of a plant that is grown on a commercial farm with a plant that is grown in a home garden, and you can see, feel, and taste the difference. Read More »
Dear women, if you are planning to have a baby, then drinking red wine at least once a week may boost the chances of conceiving, suggests a recent study. The study found a link between drinking red wine and ovaries”, healthy ovaries that produce more eggs. Read More »
Blocked nose, throat irritation and cough, these seasonal infections are quite common during winters. While consulting a doctor is the last option, most of us tend to pop a pill or drink cough syrup. However, sometimes even these OTC medications fail to provide any respite. Read More »
Cracked nipples, sore nipples, engorgement is common for breastfeeding mothers. But the pain of these breastfeeding niggles is almost unbearable. Many mothers plan to give up breastfeeding when it becomes too much to bear and turn to formula. But we all know that formula milk isn’t as good as breast milk and in many ways not the best choice of nutrition for your child. Read More »
Including grapes in your diet may have a positive impact on your mental health as researchers have found that certain grape-derived compounds might be developed as therapeutic agents for the treatment of depression.
The results, published online in the journal Nature Communications, indicate that these natural compounds may reduce depression by targeting newly discovered underlying mechanisms of the disease. “The discovery of these new, natural grape-derived polyphenol compounds targeting cellular and molecular pathways associated with inflammation may provide an effective way to treat a subset of people with depression and anxiety, a condition that affects so many people,” said lead researcher Giulio Maria Pasinetti, Professor at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. Here’s more on health benefits of grapes. Read More »
First of all, CONGRATULATIONS! You are having a new baby! Now, on to the serious stuff. You are going to get yourself prepared for your new baby, mentally, physically and you will need to adjust your house for the new baby too! Read More »