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Enteral and parenteral nutrition: The differences explained

Years ago, the options were slim for those patients who couldn’t consume foods orthodoxly through the mouth. Now, things have changed and generally patients are provided with two options; enteral and parenteral nutrition. Most people are under the wrongful assumption that...
Posted On 26 Aug 2016

Best Hospitals for Thyroid Treatment in USA

Hashimoto’s disease or hypothyroidism is a condition that you need to take seriously from its onset. To help you seek treatment for your medical condition, it is important you know which hospitals to go to. Most patients are familiar with the ones listed here. These are simply...
Posted On 26 Aug 2016

A Poor Diet Can Be Linked to Thinning Hair Nutritionists Claim

While there are a number of reasons why your hair may be thinning, from genetics to lifestyle and illness, nutritionists believe that thinning hair can be linked to a poor diet lacking in certain nutrients. Much of this is due to modern day processed foods and a lack of fresh...
Posted On 19 Aug 2016

Top 7 Sri Lankan Beaches for Wellbeing Enhancement

Several studies have proven that the serene environment and unique conditions present near a beach can have a positive impact on your mental and physical wellbeing. Although there are multiple factors that contribute to the ocean’s rejuvenating effect, a lot of it has to do...
Posted On 16 Aug 2016

How to Handle Your Emotions After a Cancer Diagnosis

According to the National Cancer Institute, when a person is first diagnosed with cancer, he or she may deal with an upsurge of emotions. These feelings can change by the minute or hour and can feel frighteningly intense. The important thing to understand is that feelings of...
Posted On 09 Aug 2016

The Main Causes of Shoulder Pain and How to Treat It

If you are suffering from pain in your shoulder, it could be for a number of different reasons. Shoulder pain can be caused by a minor injury, having bad posture, or a range of underlying health conditions. Some conditions which can cause pain in the shoulder include a frozen...
Posted On 05 Aug 2016

3 Easy Teeth Correction Options for an Improved Smile

Looking to turn that dull, dingy frown upside down? There are a number of dental correction procedures that can help you achieve the bright, radiant smile you’ve always wanted. Three of the easiest, and perhaps most accessible treatment options include, teeth whitening,...
Posted On 04 Aug 2016

MInd Your Health: The Many Benefits of Yoga

If you haven’t noticed, more people are trying to be healthy (or at least they know they should be trying). However, not as many people actually do something about it. Yoga is a lower-impact form of exercise that delivers a load of benefits for the mind, body, and soul. If you’re...
Posted On 04 Aug 2016

How to Cope with Going Bald in Your 20’s and Beyond!

Most guys who have to deal with going bald earlier than most have known that the inevitable was going to happen for a long time. Often, early baldness can start as soon in life as high school, and the hair line recedes until gradually, at some point in your late 20’s, it’s at the...
Posted On 29 Jul 2016

Preventing Summer Allergies The Smart Way

If you know the feeling of living with seasonal allergies, the summer season is not going to be less agonizing for you. Those itchy eyes blinded by the morning sun, a runny nose made worse by a sore throat and incessant sneezing can be quite annoying and irritating. These...
Posted On 28 Jul 2016

Surprising Sources of Stress Relief: The 5 Most Relaxing Hobbies

The modern lifestyle is so fast-paced and busy that many people experience stress. Not only is stress a mental issue that can lead to anxiety or depression, but it can also cause physical health problems by raising blood pressure and preventing you from sleeping. Researchers have...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016

Keeping Fit: The Benefits of Using Apps to Monitor Health and Fitness

Apps seem to be the way forward in the health and fitness industry. They can monitor your blood pressure, tell you how many steps you’ve taken today, and maybe in the future will be able to run complex diagnostics. Here’s why you should consider using them right now to monitor...
Posted On 12 Jul 2016