How to treat a Yeast Infection. Did you just learn that you have yeast infection? If so then you are probably wondering about the best way on how to treat a yeast infection. There are several different factors involved with figuring out how to treat a yeast infection. The best approach for treatment of a yeast infection involves diet and lifestyle changes, strengthening the immune system, and determining with your doctor which medication and/or natural remedies you should take. Determine if … [Read more...] about How to Treat a Yeast Infection
Can you get a yeast infection from intercourse? Women can encounter yeast infections for various reasons, which is quite common for them. A man can also have a yeast infection. A yeast infection and sex are not necessarily the best of friends, so being cautious when treating yeast will help to prevent the spread of it to your partner. Understanding Yeast Infections A yeast infection is fungal and is contagious, which means it can be spread to your partner when having sexual relations. With a … [Read more...] about Can you get a yeast infection from intercourse?
Do you think you have vaginal yeast infection symptoms? A yeast infection can be embarrassing. You feel like you are the only one to go through it. Plus, depending on how bad it is, the itching can be unbearable. And it isn't exactly located in a non-embarrassing place. If you have a yeast infection you can't just scratch the area. Not only does it look bad, but you'll make it worse. Why do you need to know the Vaginal Yeast Infection Symptoms? The first step to treating an infection like this … [Read more...] about Vaginal Yeast Infection Symptoms
The diabetes rates in the US seem to have doubled in just the last 10 years with almost 1 in 10 people nationwide having diabetes. The incidence of newly diagnosed diabetes in the U.S. nearly doubled in the last 10 years, with the south especially hard hit, according to the CDC. The age-adjusted annual incidence of diabetes was 9.1 per 1,000 adults in 2005 to 2007, up from 4.8 per 1,000 in 1995 to 1997, reported Karen Kirtland, Ph.D., of the Division of Diabetes Translation, and colleagues … [Read more...] about Rapid Increase in Diabetes Rates
I got my flu shot last week and I know that many people are nervous about getting a flu shot, let's face it no one wants to get a shot just because it "might" help them stay healthy, but it really is important. Studies show that even though a lot of press is made about the flu shot occasionally not being formulated to hit the right flu virus, more often than not the researchers are right on and a lot of sickness is avoided by getting a simple flu shot. The flu shot may not just protect … [Read more...] about Flu shots reduce blood clot risk
I was at the supermarket yesterday and while looking at the magazines I saw that Barack Obama was on the cover of one of the fitness magazines, I almost bought it to see why he would be on the cover but didn't. I am still thinking about it today so I guess maybe I should go and pick it up this afternoon. Anyway, back in May, Men's Fitness magazine named Barack Obama one of its "25 Fittest" describing how Obama starts every day with a workout and generally skips fatty foods. The magazine … [Read more...] about Barack Obama Fitness
If you've tried many types of hemorrhoid solutions then you probably understand the differences of how each is used. In this article, I'll go over what each of them do for the body, how they intend to treat hemorrhoids or piles, and the controversial, raw truth on most of them. The first popular type is creams and ointments where a topical treatment is rubbed on your outer rectal area and aims to soothe blood vessels. This creates a relaxation of the tissue so that it does not bulge out so … [Read more...] about Best Hemorroid Treatments
Holly Hayden is an independent expert on curing hemorrhoids 100% naturally using the little-known fast system called "The H Miracle". She gave me this info that I wanted to pass along to you in the hope that you or someone you know may be helped by it. Today, I wanted to alert you to something will afflict 40% of the adult population (or more) at some point of their lives. It's called hemorrhoids or piles and it's basically any form of vein inflammation around the lower rectal … [Read more...] about How to Cure Hemorroid Problems
Governments everywhere are banning smoking in public places even though they always seem quite happy to keep tobacco legal so that they can still collect taxes. India has imposed the world's biggest smoking ban by forbidding its 1.2 billion people from lighting up in public places. The move has been introduced to try and fight tobacco use blamed, directly or indirectly, for a fifth of all deaths in the world's third-largest consumer. The ban, which includes all offices and restaurants, … [Read more...] about Biggest Smoking Ban in the World?
Arthoscopic surgery has been a mainstay for many years to fix knee problems associated with overuse. I had always thought that if I had a problem with my knees from sports that I would opt for this kind of surgery. One problem that I seen to have with my knees is that I have some floating cartilage that every now and then really hurts my knee but this is not what arthoscopic surgery is for, instead arthoscopic surgery is used to cut out arthritis spots in the knee. A new study questioning the … [Read more...] about The end of arthoscopic sugery?
I have gotten a flu shot every year for the last 6 years or so to protect myself from getting the flu. Now a study has been released saying that the chance of dying from the flu is not reduced by getting the shot. I for one do not get the shot to save myself from death but instead to just not have that few weeks of possible downtime from getting a bad flu. Still this is interesting, if people get vaccinated against the flu then why does in not lower fly deaths? Is this because the worst of … [Read more...] about Flu shot does not lower Flu deaths
A bit of a generic title but i grew up in BC and I can tell you that years ago there were many people in school who along with me ate a ton of junk food and pop for lunch and snacks. Well it seems that British Columbia has banned junk food in schools which is a really great start to showing young people that they need to find an alternative. The touble is that whenever there is a heavy handed method of banning something everyone wil;l want to find a way around it. Chocolate bars, salt and … [Read more...] about Junk food banned in Canadian Schools
There is new medical information that has come from from a study done at Temple University and published in the latest issue of "Diabetes". The study is interesting because the fat in obese patients is not as healthy as that in leaner individuals. Adipose tissue samples taken from nondiabetic obese patients showed increased expression of proteins linked to endoplasmic reticulum stress, which may play a role in insulin resistance, Guenther Boden, M.D., of Temple University here, and colleagues … [Read more...] about For Medical Patients all fat is not the same
A direct evaluation of fitness is by strength tests, which in a general way measure the relationships between performance, condition, and strength. There are a lot of these tests around but perhaps the best known is the Kraus-Weber Test. The Kraus-Weber (K-W) Test of Minimum Muscular Fitness has six components. This test measures several large muscle groups for flexibility and strength. The higher the degree of test rating, the greater presumably is the muscular function of the body as a … [Read more...] about Kraus-Weber Fitness Test
In a recent report from the New England Journal of Medicine it was reported that in Scotland where smoking in public places has been banned that at the same time, apparently as a result of this legislation, Coronary heart disease went down by 17% I have yet to see many studies that show the result of banning smoking in public places. Back when I was a smoker and when I was quitting smoking I am not sure that this really made much of a difference. I wanted to quit smoking because it is so … [Read more...] about When Smoking Is Banned Heart Disease Drops