Health and beauty

Stretch Marks

December 30th, 2013

Most people dream of having skin that is clear, blemish less….perfect, so to speak. One of the most common reasons why people don’t have this perfect skin, is Stretch Marks. Stretch marks are a normal part of puberty for most girls and guys. When a person grows or gains weight really quickly (like during puberty), that […]


Healthcare, Wellness

Why alcohol is not good for your liver

December 28th, 2013

Alcohol causing liver damage is quite well known but many people ignore the reasoning while on a drinking spree. Regular consumption of alcohol can be potentially fatal as it can make irreversible damage to the liver. Since liver is one of the most essential organs of the human body that filters out the toxins from […]


Health and beauty

Chin Liposuction: Procedure & Recovery Process

December 27th, 2013

Rejuvenate Your Face Liposuction of the chin, neck and jowls can dramatically improve a persons appearance and confidence, and it is suitable for both men and women! Chin liposuction can be performed on the Chin, Neck & Jowls (a fat pad from the lower cheek)Chin liposuction only removes a small amount of fat, yet can create a dramatic […]


Dental Health

Cosmetic Dentistry: Latest Solutions for Tooth & Gums

December 26th, 2013

Latest in Cosmetic Dentistry Cosmetic dentistry has made rapid advancement in technology offering various new and innovative solutions related to the tooth and gums. Many people are now focusing their attention for availing the services of a cosmetic dental surgeon to correct their teeth alignment or whiten their teeth to make their smiles look more […]


Articles

Birthmark Removal Treatment

December 24th, 2013

Birth Mark are of different color, when on hidden portion their existence doesn’t matter. Birth Marks on the visible areas can be problematic. These are either pigmented lesions or some kind of vascular mal formation. They usually require combinations of laser technologies. Before birthmark removal by lasers they were being treated by the  surgery, which inevitably will […]


Diseases

Myeloma: Types and Symptoms

December 20th, 2013

Myeloma, medically known as multiple myeloma or myelomatosis is a type of cancer of plasma cells affecting the bone marrow. Myeloma does not exist as a lump or tumor but is caused by the pile up of abnormal plasma cells in the bone marrow of a person. Simply speaking bone marrow is a spongy substance […]


Diseases, Wellness

Simple Home Remedies to Battle Sinusitis

December 19th, 2013

Sinusitis or sinus as it is commonly known is a common respiratory disease affecting a large number of people across the globe. Sinus is the result excess mucus productions that accumulate in our nasal or sinus cavities which encourage the growth of micro-organisms. Sinusitis can be seasonal or chronic depending on your individual medical history. […]


Men's health

How to cope with Andropause

December 17th, 2013

Prakash (name changed), 45, noticed some recently happened changes in him. He feels more tired, often gets irritated at small things and experiences a lack of interest in many things. This together with occasional palpitations and erectile dysfunctions made him feel worse. He consulted a doctor, but the doctor says he is perfectly alright and […]


Dental Health

Reasons not to ignore dental problems

December 16th, 2013

Human mouth contains around 500 to 1,000 types of bacteria that are responsible for developing infections in the mouth. Studies show  most of these oral bacteria help in preventing diseases while some are harmful as they can affect the tooth supporting structure. Oral infection is categorized into three types – oral, fungal and bacterial. It […]


Healthcare, Women's health

Osteoporosis symptoms in women

December 13th, 2013

Usually after turning 45, bones start to lose a certain amount of bone material – i.e. minerals. Low bone mineral density (BMD) makes the bones thinner, fragile and makes them lose structure. The American Medical Association’s results of a study of this stated “Only one in 10 with normal bone density had a fracture, while […]