Health & Fitness

Is a Plant-Based Diet Good or Bad News for Your Oral Health?
By Eric Barajas · 1 day ago
Whether it’s due to moral reasons, food intolerances, or simply taste, you might find yourself interested in adopting a plant-based diet. In fact, the National Library of Medicine found that making this switch can lower ...
How does hypothyroidism affect the body?
By Craig Payne · 2 days ago
The thyroid gland in our necks is responsible for secreting the thyroid hormones that is responsible for a number of functions within the body. For several causes this thyroid gland may be overactive or under ...
What is hydroxychloroquine used for?
By Craig Payne · 2 days ago
Hydroxychloroquine is a very common medicine which is used to stop and treat acute episodes of malaria. Additionally it is used in rheumatology to deal with disorders like discoid lupus erythematosus, systemic lupus erythematosus and ...
The Federal Trade Commission and the health claims for the Gravity Defyer Shoes
By Craig Payne · 1 week ago
Gravity Defyer are a footwear company which unveiled their footwear in 2008 which had a spring and coil a part of the sole to help increase impact moderation. Gravity Defyer provides an array of sports ...
What is the germ theory of disease?
By Craig Payne · 1 week ago
Germ Theory is basically the concept that germs bring about diseases. You'd think that this is straightforward and not necessarily arguable, but there is a little as well as load group of people that are ...
How to deal with growing pains in children?
By Craig Payne · 1 week ago
Growing pains tend to be relatively prevalent in kids. In most cases the common growing pains is benign and grown out of. In spite of this every case will have to be taken seriously and ...
Understanding the Impacts of Gout
By Craig Payne · 2 weeks ago
Gout is among those historical problems because there are numerous mentions of it in historical literature, at least since ancient times. The traditional typecast of it is that it is related to the upper classes ...
How is Parkinson's Disease Treated?
By Craig Payne · 2 weeks ago
Parkinsons disease is a comparatively common condition of the nervous system which is as a result of problems with the nerve cells in the part of the brain which generates dopamine. This is a chemical ...
What are the fluoroquinolone medicines used for?
By Craig Payne · 2 weeks ago
Fluoroquinolones are a popular prescription antibiotic that's frequently used to manage many different disorders a result of bacterial infections such as respiratory system along with urinary tract infections. In the United States research has approximated ...
Getting a diagnosis of fibromyalgia
By Craig Payne · 3 weeks ago
Fibromyalgia is a well known long-term problem leading to pain, stiffness, and tenderness of the muscle tissue, tendons, and the joints. It is additionally associated with disturbed sleep, awakening feeling weary, low energy, anxiety, depression, ...
What is erythromelalgia?
By Craig Payne · 3 weeks ago
Erythromelalgia is a uncommon distressing condition which is not easy to manage and primarily impacts your feet and hands. It is characterised through the symptoms of redness, warmth along with burning discomfort. The attacks for ...
What is Duchenne's muscular dystrophy?
By Craig Payne · 4 weeks ago
Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD for short) is a genetic condition which is characterized by a gradual muscle deterioration as well as the continuing development of weakness due to the differences to a protein called dystrophin ...
How to get help for a saddle bone deformity in the foot?
By Craig Payne · 4 weeks ago
The top part of the foot has occasionally been referred to as the “saddle” because it is considered to appear like the back of a horse the location where the saddle may be placed. There ...
What is developmental coordination disorder?
By Craig Payne · 4 weeks ago
Growth in young children adheres to a traditional sequence and they will generally develop the capability to sit up, stand, walk, and talk at predictable ages which has a certain amount of normal variability. Developmental ...
Should we be worried about mad cow disease?
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) that has been referred to as ‘mad cow disease’ within the mainstream press is a degenerative brain illness that is deadly. It has a variety of similarities to Alzheimer’s disease because it ...
Understanding Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Sudden infant death syndrome (more commonly called just SIDS) and is the unanticipated unexplained death of a young child of lower than twelve months of age. It was once termed cot death and is a ...
Understanding Celiac's Disease
By Craig Payne · 1 month ago
Celiac disease is an autoimmunity problem when the body attacks the wall of the own bowels. That inflammation related reaction is triggered from the intake of gluten. The consuming of gluten causes a reaction in ...
What curtains do hospitals use?
By Edward Wilkinson · 1 month ago
Hospitals use curtains for a number of reasons. They help maximise ward space by separating hospital beds, provide privacy to patients and enhance infection control. Curtains are one of the most touched surfaces in hospitals, ...
How To Protect yourself from Electromagnetic field Radiation(EMFs) With A Negative Ions Shield?
By Aweng Juach · 2 days ago
INTRODUCTION Sources of electromagnetic field radiation (EMFs) are so ubiquitous that we don’t even notice them. But the cumulative effects of these invisible sources can be dangerous to our health. Fortunately, there are several ways ...
Health Coaching
By Kieran Hennig · 2 days ago
Due to the lack of regulation in the coaching industry, the terms health and wellness coach along with health coach or wellness coach can be used interchangeably. However, despite the lack of regulation, this niche ...