By : Geoffrey | Published : Friday April 5, 2013 | Posted in : Heart Health
According to new research in Japan, men with baldness have a greater chance of developing heart problems than those with a full head of hair.
The research published by the British Medical Journal combines evidence from six other studies from around the world, involving a total of 37,000 men of varying hair levels.
By : Charlie | Published : Thursday March 28, 2013 | Posted in : General Health
Over the years there have been many theories regarding the goodness and benefits associated with our favourite coco snack. Treats such as dark chocolate have known to be placed in this category; with past studies claiming that consuming this type of chocolate in moderation can be good for you and may have properties which can improve the health of your heart. So chocolate lovers will rejoice, as a new study lifts the sprits of chocoholics everywhere this...
By : Victoria | Published : Friday March 22, 2013 | Posted in : Sexual Health
It would appear that when it comes to vaginal health, itís best to keep things natural, in spite of what we might think. The vagina has evolved to maintain itís own hygiene with the help of a carefully maintained balance of bacteria. Bacteria in the vagina arenít always bad, but itís important that an equilibrium of vaginal flora is maintained, as this is what actually causes discomfort or discharge such as yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis.
By : Victoria | Published : Thursday March 14, 2013 | Posted in : Weight Loss
Sleep is incredibly important. Not sleeping can lead to deficits in concentration, perception, motivation and higher mental processes. Scientifically the longest anyone has remained awake has been 265 hours, and although nobody has actually physically died directly as a result of a lack of sleep, staying awake for long periods of time is generally not advised, particularly, it would seem, if you want to lose weight.
By : Victoria | Published : Friday March 8, 2013 | Posted in : General Health
This week science has proven that eating large amounts of processed meats on a daily basis is bad for you. Yes, eating a bacon roll a day is not good for you. This shouldnít be groundbreaking news for anybody, but considering that lifestyle diseases in the UK are continuously on the, the truth might be that many of us donít always know what we should and shouldnít be eating.
By : Victoria | Published : Friday March 1, 2013 | Posted in : General Health
This post looks at the common myths surrounding acne. We'll discuss whether the sun is good for acne, if stress can cause outbreaks, you should wear makeup or not and why it's worth getting the right advice from your doctor.
By : Victoria | Published : Thursday February 21, 2013 | Posted in : Weight Loss
60 years ago very few people were aware of the dangers of smoking and decadent diet to your heart. However, these days we know about the risk of saturated fat and not getting enough exercise to men, a traditionally high-risk group for cardiovascular problems as well as women. In recent years weíve seen more and more people join weight loss programmes such as Weightwatchers, in spite of global obesity trends.
By : Victoria | Published : Friday February 15, 2013 | Posted in : Men's Health
Impotence is usually diagnosed if a man experiences difficulty getting or maintaining an erection that is sufficient enough to have sex with their partner. Itís also known as erectile dysfunction and can be the result of many different factors, including relationship problems and even differences a man and womenís income in a marriage, according to a recent study.
By : Victoria | Published : Friday February 8, 2013 | Posted in : General Health
Letís face it, fizzy drinks donít have the best reputation, and should at best be left as the occasional treat, but in spite of knowing the risks, many of us still consume litres of the stuff weekly. However, to compensate some choose to drink the diet versions instead, as they are lower in calories and donít contain sucrose, but research indicating the dangers of diet versions is becoming more and more prevalent. One of the latest studies published on the...
By : Victoria | Published : Friday February 1, 2013 | Posted in : Men's Health
According to online sales information of a popular online pharmacy, more men are buying a combination of treatments for baldness, impotence and obesity in one go. The Mail Online calls it ĎThe Rise of the FBIsí, which is their interesting abbreviated term for fat, bald and impotent men. However, should we really be making light of what appears to be a situation that may require more attention?