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Eyebrows & Eyelashes – Little hairs with a big job

We pluck them, trim them, shape them, and curl them. Eyebrows and eyelashes might seem all for aesthetics and we can get a little vain with their appearances. The reason we have both of them is to protect the eyesRead More

Top 10 Things Dogs Can Teach Us About Life

Dogs teach us about the secret of happiness every single day, whether we understand it or not. Just look at the life your dog is living? How many times have you said my dog is living a happy lifeRead More

Brain function – Mind blowing entity

The human brain is an amazing entity within our body that is the leader in communication, functionality, and is the commander of practically everything that we do. Read More

Plantar Fasciitis: Heel to toe pain

Overly stretched, tiny tears can lead to inflammation and pain in the arch of the foot. This condition, called plantar fasciitis, accounts for nearly 1 million doctor visits per year. Our foot has a thick band of tissue called fascia that runs from our heel to our toeRead More

Arthritis: The number cause of disability in America

One in every 5 adults is dealing with arthritis. This pain and stiffness can come in over 100 types. It is all about your joints which is where the bones connectRead More

Contacts: Can you see clearly?

Wearing contacts is a convenient correction to vision that eliminates the extra pair of glasses. However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 41 million contact lens wearers in the U.S. are practicing at least one behavior that can cause risk for eye infection. Wearing contacts also puts a person at risk for eye infections and corneal ulcers. It is important to make sure to avoid the following common mistakes when it comes to wearing contacts.   Don’t wear your contacts for too long: This can cause scarring and loss of vision. Read More

PMDD: Women’s monthly visitor

Premenstrual syndrome, better known as PMS, is a very common phenomenon among women. Symptoms include cravings, irritability, tender breasts, fatigue, and mood swingsRead More

Body Shape: What’s your frame?

The human body comes in many forms, hence the diversity of this world. Every individual has their own skeletal structure with different distribution of fat and muscle dispersedRead More

Low back pain: Listen to you mother and don’t slouch

Nearly 60-80% of the general adult population suffers from low back pain. Read More

Hepatitis C: The liver’s enemy

Hepatitis C is a type of viral infection that causes inflammation to the liver. The hepatitis C virus (HCV) is spread through blood that is contaminated. It is most commonly spread via shared needles or other tools that inject drugsRead More