Month: April 2020

Middle-Aged Men and Heart Disease
Mens Issues

Middle-Aged Men and Heart Disease

Unfortunately, when we think of heart disease the first and only thing that comes to mind is a heart attack. When in reality heart disease encompasses a wide range of maladies, from tumors to angina. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death for men. […]

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The Best Methods for Removing Self Tanner
Skin Care

The Best Methods for Removing Self Tanner

Sometimes, self-tanning goes wrong. Whether you suffer from streaks, smears, smudges, or too much color, you may find yourself in a position of regret. Fortunately, you are not stuck with your tanning error; there are several methods that work well for removing self-tanners. The best methods are those that are affordable, gentle, and most of […]

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Five of the Best Foods for Perimenopause
Womens Issues

Five of the Best Foods for Perimenopause

Food has the power to heal. With the right diet and exercise plan, you can overcome many of the ailments that plague our culture today. Treating severe perimenopausal symptoms is no different. You’ll find a number of foods that can help treat your body and balance your hormones without the help of synthetic drugs. Below […]

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Best Tips to Avoid Ageing Skin to Look Young and Fresh
Skin Care

Best Tips to Avoid Ageing Skin to Look Young and Fresh

People find it difficult to manage the skin, especially when they wake up in the morning and see a huge pimple around the nose or a cold sore at the corner of the mouth. Most people often suspect that they have sensitive, dry or oily skin, but do they actually know their skin type? Having […]

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Vision Insurance For Laser Eye Surgery
Eye Care

Vision Insurance For Laser Eye Surgery

In 2018 everybody realizes Lasik has come to stay. We have learned how to overcome the side effects and get a great visual outcome utilizing the latest technology. What hasn’t changed is the ability to afford it. There’s a lot of confusion about coverage of Lasik eye surgery through vision insurance and medical insurance. So […]

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If you are reading this article, chances are that you have oily skin. If your skin is oily, you may be looking for skin care tips. Oily skins are annoying and irritating. Unlike dry skin, oily skin is more difficult to manage. Although we can’t promise that these tips will make your skin free of oil but they will definitely give you positive results. So, without further ado, let’s go through the 5 tips. 1. Wash Your Face at Least Twice Per Day Although it seems obvious, make sure you clean your face with lukewarm water at least twice per day. It’s recommended that you opt for a good quality face wash. As soon as you wake up in the morning, wash your face. In the same way, before you go to bed, wash your face once again. While it may seem tempting to wash your face over and over again, don’t do it. Frequent washing will remove the natural oils making you too sensitive and prone to oil. 2. Eat the Right Diet If possible, your diet should include lean proteins, fruits, and vegetables. Also, you may want to reduce your intake of processed and fried foods. In the same way, you should stay away from sugary beverages. Instead, you should stick to kiwis and lemons in order to treat your acne and balance the tone of your skin. 3. Use a good Moisturizer There are many causes of oily skin. For instance, when you don’t drink enough water or lose too much water from your body, your skin tends to produce a lot more oil, which may result in acne. So, how can you treat this type of acne? You can opt for a special moisturizer to hydrate your skin. It will tighten the pores and moisturize your skin. 4. Exfoliate your Skin You can benefit greatly from exfoliation, which involves the process of getting rid of dead skin cells. They are found on the top layer. This layer tends to block the pores. So, all you need to do is scrub your face with a good quality scrubber. It will leave your skin clean and smooth in a few days. Moreover, it will serve as a good cleanser that can help you get rid of whiteheads and blackheads. Make sure you don’t cross the line or you may end up with dry skin. 5. Workout With regular exercise, you can maintain better blood flow in your body. And better circulation will help nourish your skin. Moreover, exercising will open up blocked pores that can remove toxins from your body. We suggest that you drink at least 6 glasses of fresh water on a regular basis to get rid of the toxins.
Skin Care

5 Skin Care Tips to Help You Manage Your Oily Skin

If you are reading this article, chances are that you have oily skin. If your skin is oily, you may be looking for skin care tips. Oily skins are annoying and irritating. Unlike dry skin, oily skin is more difficult to manage. Although we can’t promise that these tips will make your skin free of […]

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How To Live An Overall Healthy Life
Health and Fitness

How To Live An Overall Healthy Life

There are obvious ways in which you can stay healthy and “live a long happy life,” but I want to talk about some of my favorite tips to being healthy. I know what it takes to be a healthy person, but it’s even hard for me sometimes. I read other peoples’ blogs sometimes to give […]

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Can Hormone Imbalance Cause Digestive Problems?
Womens Issues

Can Hormone Imbalance Cause Digestive Problems?

Hormone imbalance due to perimenopause comes with a long list of physical and emotional ailments. Some more embarrassing than others. If you’re dealing with constipation, diarrhea, bloating and excessive belching, you may be wondering: “Can hormone imbalance cause digestive problems?” The answer is, yes. Fluctuating hormones due to perimenopause can absolutely cause digestive issues. Take […]

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Male breast cancer occurs when there is uncontrolled growth of cells in the male breast. Although this type of cancer is more common in women than in men, there are a percentage of men who suffer from it. This disease usually occurs in men who are in their sixties and seventies. Signs of this disease in men include discharge from the nipple, swelling, skin dimpling or nipple retraction. Breast lumps are easier to detect in men than it is for women. This is because men have less breast tissue than women. Many men will fail to report any of the above symptoms for fear of stigmatization. Breast cancer is considered a woman disease, and most males will shy away from admitting that they could be suffering from it. Men usually suffer from a benign type of this disease called gynecomastia, which results in the increase of breast tissue. However, some medications have been known to cause gynecomastia, such as those used to treat acidity or high blood pressure. Men also suffer from the different types of the disease that are usually found in women. Breast cancer in men could result from factors such as exposure to radiation, family history of the disease, including in female family members or even exposure to female hormones. A person will usually do a self-exam on himself and when anything unusual is detected, they go for further tests. This will include a mammogram, a biopsy or an ultrasound. As is the case with all cancers, not all lumps prove cancerous as they sometimes turn out as benign. In males, treatment of this disease is also done using a surgical procedure called a mastectomy. Males also go through chemotherapy and other hormonal therapies used on their female counterparts. It is very important to have breast cancer detected early so as to get treatment started as soon as possible. This will also help in preventing the cancer cells from spreading to other tissues. In addition, survival rates for males are the same as for females if they are both detected at the same stage. It is very important for communities to begin support groups for survivors of this disease. The groups should involve both males and females. These groups should provide support, empathy, education and care for those that are undergoing treatment and for the survivors. It is also important to have family members and friends providing you with support on a personalized level.
Mens Issues

Breast Cancer In Men

Male breast cancer occurs when there is the uncontrolled growth of cells in the male breast. Although this type of cancer is more common in women than in men, there is a percentage of men who suffer from it. This disease usually occurs in men who are in their sixties and seventies. Signs of this […]

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Why Preventative Dentistry Is Better Than Restorative Dentistry
Dental Care

Why Preventative Dentistry Is Better Than Restorative Dentistry

Going to the dentist may be the last thing you’d want to do. The dentist’s office is the last place you’d ever want to be. Maybe you’ve had a traumatic past experience at the dentist’s office. Maybe you’re scared of pain or something going wrong at your appointment. Maybe you’re too ashamed to step into […]

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