Monthly Archives: January 2018

In Indian society infertility is considered as a women’s problem since ages, but now people learn to accept the fact that it is male’s problem as well. As per the medical research, out of every three cases of infertility, one causes by man only and men are responsible bodies for infertility about half the time. In modern society, it is still a very challenging task for a man to accept this fact and face diagnosis and male infertility treatments. For some men, it could be the most disturbing and shocking truth to accept. The feeling… Read Article →

External tumors that lead to cancer can be prevented by living a healthy lifestyle. The first step towards defending this deadly disease is to diet, exercise and avoid tobacco. Apart from these well known facts, there are many simple and innovative strategies available for reducing the risk of breast tumor and other tumors. * Filter drinking water: Drinking filtered tap water can be much safer than buying bottled water. It will reduce the exposure to carcinogens. * Avoid fuel spill: It is necessary for people to stop topping off fuel tanks in vehicles after the… Read Article →

As women, especially American women, much of our femininity is centered on our breasts. No matter where you look, there are pictures, billboards, commercials, television shows, and movies with women with these beautiful breasts and ample cleavage. The thought of losing one or both breasts, to breast cancer, can be devastating for many of us. Sure, there’s reconstruction, but will it ever really look the same again? Even if you have reconstruction, you’ll never have sensation there again and, for many of us, that definitely affects our sexuality. I went through two separate mastectomies, for… Read Article →

Breast cancer is a devastating diagnosis that more than 230,000 American women are likely to receive in the coming year. The difficulty of handling the news is often compounded when women learn that the rigors of chemotherapy are likely to go along with their treatment. While not every woman diagnosed with breast cancer requires chemo for a positive outcome, this treatment is often recommended when cancer is deemed high risk during a clinical assessment. A new screening tool may someday help better pinpoint which women would benefit from this form of treatment and which ones… Read Article →

Women all around the world are getting concerned about their health and fitness, especially in The United States and particularly in Englewood and Denver. Still there are many health issues that women should be aware of and take preventative methods to evade them. Ovarian, abnormal Pap smear, fibroids, perimenopuase or menopause and endometrial cancers, etc. are few women-centered issues. However, assisting women to understand about the risk and symptoms of certain women-specific diseases can help them stay healthy as well as to have healthy futures in Denver. Fibroids – Uterine fibroids in Denver are common…. Read Article →

This interview is an excerpt from Kevin Gianni’s The Healthiest Year of Your Life Program which can be found at http://www.thehealthiestyearofyourlife.com. In this excerpt, Mike Adams weighs in on sweeteners including one’s to avoid and one’s to try. He also shares great resources for natural health. The Healthiest Year of Your Life Excerpt with Mike Adams, founder of the Consumer Wellness Center and on-line retailer, Better Life Goods. An author and speaker, Mike’s mission is to spread the message of natural nutrition and healing. Kevin: Let’s talk about fake food. I want to talk a… Read Article →

Epilepsy is a non progressive brain disorder that induces recurrent seizures. It is very important to understand that there are numerous disorders that can cause seizures, and in order to make a diagnosis of true epilepsy, many of these other causes must be ruled out. What is a Seizure? A seizure is the clinical manifestation of a cerebral disorder that can appear suddenly out of a background of normality, and then disappear with equal abruptness. The term fit is often used colloquially when referring to a seizure. In humans, an epileptic seizure is a definable… Read Article →

Spotting is the vaginal bleeding after menopause. You may experience blood or brownish spots even after 4 or 5 years from menopause. This may occur due to some hormonal changes. But it should be checked initially. Sometimes spotting after menopause may occur due to any cancer growth in the uterine. If it is diagnosed early the treatment can be given in the initial stage itself. Even if it is not because of cancer growth treatment like hormone replacement therapy will be given for spotting. Menopause will not stop your normal life. And so many women… Read Article →