With the power loaded in the sticks of this spice, cinnamon is just more than a seasoning for your foods, coffee, or tea. It is known to boost your antioxidant defense, and can also kill E.coli and other bacteria too. Here are some other benefits of this spice which you[.....]
Take your health into your own hands by indulging in a little self-love. It's all about procreation, longevity, REM sleep, immunity, libido, and more.
Examine your breasts once monthly for visible changes in size, texture, or feel. Exercise, breastfeeding, and a healthy diet can add years to your life.
Black tea is a beverage that is loved by millions all over the world. Though both green and black teas come from the same family, the tea leaves for black tea are processed and dried much further to acquire the unique, rich flavor. It is quite popular, despite its health[.....]
Fighting cancer with food is possible provided you have the right ones by your side. Your best bet is to opt for fruits and veggies that are bright red, blue, and purple in color (think berries, plums, eggplant, tomatoes, grapes, figs!). Equally beneficial are nuts and seeds, whole grains, probiotics, and anti inflammatory herbs and spices such as rosemary, oregano, turmeric.
An underarm itch may stem from a rash or ingrown hair caused by incorrect shaving techniques. Although rare, but it could also be a potential indicator of hormonal changes during pregnancy or underlying health conditions such as cancer or hyperhidrosis. Other common causes include lack of hygiene, use of antiperspirants immediately after shaving.
Several studies indicate that increased intake of lignans (found in leafy greens, fruits, tea, coffee), flavonoids (found in soy, beans, lentils), omega 9 oleic acid (found in almonds, avocados, olive oil) inhibits cancer cell formation by boosting the immune system. Also, antioxidant-rich foods (wine, grapes), fish, fortified dairy, and eggs can help lower breast cancer incidence.
All women produce some testosterone, higher than normal levels of which may affect your menstrual cycle and produce excess facial and body hair. A common cause of hirsutism in premenopausal women is PCOS while other causes may include congenital adrenal hyperplasia, being overweight or obese, an ovarian tumor, and/or use of birth control pills.
Persistent headaches and nausea do not sound like a health crisis, but what if these pointed to a serious underlying problem - a brain tumor. Although that terrible headache or intermittent vision loss isn't necessarily because of a brain tumor, it might be a good idea to get it checked out by a doctor if you’ve been continually troubled by signs such as these.
You body is originally alkaline and is meant to stay so. But increased dependence on processed and junk food has drastically altered the pH levels of your body. This could disrupt your immune system, causing many health disorders including obesity, heart disease, and cancer. Here are 15 alkaline foods you[.....]
Girls, we all know that with great bras comes great responsibility! You know, finding the right bra, washing that bra, wearing that bra during the right time of day or night, and treating that bra like it deserves to be treated. But, what if everything we know of bras is[.....]
Except for the time when you are pregnant, or going to be pregnant, you don’t give your ovaries much of a thought. You can develop an ovarian cyst anytime and not realize about it. Here is all you need to know about ovarian cysts.1 1. What Are Ovaries? Your sexual[.....]
A basked filled with luscious purple fruits and vegetables does much more than look good in still life paintings or on your kitchen counter. It contains a wealth of incredible health benefits. Dark-colored foods such as purple onions and blackberries are loaded with healing antioxidants. Here are 6 reasons you[.....]
Lumps that feel harder or different from the rest of the breast or underarms. Sudden discharge (bloody or clear/non milky) from only one nipple (without squeezing). Change in size/shape, redness, or darkening of the breast. Dimpling of breast surface. Itchy, scaly sore or rash on the nipple. Retraction/Inversion of nipple or other parts of the breast.
Sleeping in a bra really is a matter of the woman’s personal comfort. Some women have tender breasts, so need the bra support and for some who suffer from rashes below their breasts (moist skin-to-skin friction) wearing a bra can be painful. If you do wear it avoid an ill-fitting one and choose a natural fiber, soft cupped bra that will keep moisture away from the skin.
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