Entries Posted in"Health Issues"

The Best Foods for Thrombocytopenia Patients

Published January 20, 2018

  The normal level of platelet in the body ranges from 150,000 to 450,000 platelets per microliter of blood. When the level rises to above normal, the condition is called thrombocytosis. If it drops to less than 150,000, then the condition is thrombocytopenia. (You can click here to read more about the different conditions). Thrombocytopenia, when severe, can be really dangerous. It could cause some serious diseases and could lead to one’s death. In order for you to stay away from that severe stage of the condition, one of the best things you can do is to eat the right foods. Here […]

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Facial Cleansing Brush: Are They Essential?

Published January 20, 2018

Facial cleansing brushes are increasing its popularity amongst women who want to look and feel young, but how essential can it be? This article aims to uncover the benefits of adding facial cleansing brush to the daily beauty regimen. The Exfoliator Scrubs Before the electric facial cleansing brushes became a huge hit, several women use exfoliator brush. These brushes have mild to soft bristles that help improve a person’s complexion. Also, it can be used to remove more makeup manually, leaving the skin feeling young, radiant, and clean. However, too much of everything is bad. In fact, several exfoliator brush […]

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Could A Toxic Environment Play A Role In Obesity?

Published September 17, 2014

It can be disheartening to stroll through a store these days; the amount of people riding around on scooters due to obesity is astounding. The statistics today are just frightening; two out of three adults are overweight or obese, one in three children is obese, and one in three children born in 2000 will eventually become Type 2 diabetic. We spend billions of dollars on healthcare associated with obesity when this money could be better spent elsewhere. Recent studies suggest that it may not just be a matter of diet and exercise; we have toxins stored up in our bodies […]

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Is There A Link Between Pesticides And Autism?

Published September 17, 2014

It is a term that every parent dreads hearing, and is heard far too often in our modern world. Autism is a disorder which affects neural development and usually affects children by the age of three. As yet there is no known cure and research is ongoing; with the increase of cases year by year (there was a 30% increase between 2012 and 2014) finding the cause and possibly a cure is becoming all important. One factor that researchers are considering is the chemicals we are exposed to on a daily basis. In 2009 a study conducted by the University […]

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