An air purifier will help you from getting sick and keep your air inside your house clean read more
Here is my latest, with the upcoming cold and flu season, it is a good idea to start thinking of vaccines.
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Pain inhibits people from enjoying their life to the full. Be it a muscle pull, cramps, an injury that comes in the way of your achieving goals, winning games, or neck, shoulder, and back aches due to bad ergonomics at work or long hours of sitting... read more
Nearly all pregnant women experience weight gain. But is the amount gained during pregnancy safe for you or the baby? read more
Peripheral neuropathy is a disease that affects
the peripheral nervous system. It creates a problem in the nerves that carry
information to and from the brain and spinal cord. Peripheral neuropathy causes
nerve and muscle pain, loss of sensation or... read more
PMDD is a crippling disorder that happens once a month. Much like PMS, it is predictable. You know it’s coming. However, the severity of it is new each month. I suffer from PMDD.
A typical day of experiencing PMDD goes something like this: read more
Epinephrine or adrenaline is a vasoactive hormone secreted by adrenal glands under emergency or warning situations. In addition to being naturally found in the body, adrenaline can be injected in our body to treat some life-threatening allergic... read more
Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD, is a condition that affects a person at the same time of year every year. During the Winter Season. It is a depression. If you are normally upbeat and happy during the Spring and Summer but become depressed during the Winter, you may have SAD. read more
Schizophrenia is a chronic mental problem
characterized by an alteration in the perception of real world, affecting the
emotions, behavior, and thought process. The term schizophrenia comes from the
Greek word schizo meaning “division” and... read more
The term anesthesia has originated from the
Greek word "anaisthesis" which can be translated into English as
without any feeling of sensation with or without loss of consciousness. In
medical terminology, anesthesia can be defined as insensibility... read more
Lupus has not had a medication to treat the actual disease in 50 years. Now through extensive research new medications will be on the market. read more
Irritable bowel syndrome is a
disorder of the digestive tract motility, leading to food absorption
difficulties and digestion problems. Although this condition when acute does
not involve digestive tract irregularities or deformities like ulcers or... read more
My friends told me of their experiences and how to do things. I admit I was sexual at a young age. I regret all of it but realize I was confused. I could not differentiate between love and sex. read more
Are you following a dairy-free diet? Whether you have a milk
allergy, have been diagnosed with lactose intolerance, or if you live with a
family member who has one of these conditions, or if you simply want to cut
back or eliminate dairy product... read more
Want to improve your health by improving your diet?
Cutting convenience foods out of your eating plan is one of the most important steps
you can take toward enjoying a healthier lifestyle.
While the idea of moving
away from convenience foods... read more
This hub is a quick overview of the condition called iron overload or hemochromatosis. It describes the cause, the symptoms and the treatment options for this medical condition. read more
This article is about Dengue Fever breakouts in Key West. The mosquitoes have invaded areas further north in 2012, reaching FL and the southwestern states. This fever is spread by mosquitoes. The symptoms, the prognosis and treatment are covered in this article. read more
Managing Your Family's Health can be daunting particularly during certain seasons such as the monsoon. Children and adults are susceptible to various diseases and infections during our life span due to various factors. Be it heredity or a sudden... read more
Whether you perform exercises at
home to keep yourself fit or visit a local gym, you need to buy a gym bag loaded
with some useful personal workout equipment. At your home, a container or
drawer can replace the gym bag but the idea is to keep a... read more
Are you wondering if learning more about the Glycemic Index can help you achieve your weight loss goals or maintain a healthy weight?
Many experts agree that consistently making wise choices of foods that have a low Glycemic index is an excellent... read more
Are you wondering if it's true that following a
Mediterranean diet is a good way to lose weight or reduce your risk of developing heart disease and other serious illnesses?
You can learn more about what following a Mediterranean diet can do for... read more
Are you a vegan who wants to learn more about the best way
to approach the vegan lifestyle for the entire family? If you've chosen to be a
vegan, regardless of your reasons, it only stands to reason that you'll want to
raise your children to... read more
In Edward's syndrome there is an extra chromosome-18 (trisomy-18). It is a very serious abnormality that leads to severe mental and growth retardation, read more
Do you want to learn how to adapt some of your favorite,
tried-and-true recipes so that they are more diet friendly than the original
versions? If so, check out Substitute
Yourself Skinny by Chef Susan Irby. About Substitute Yourself Skinny
This... read more
Find out the ways you can deal with stress. Stress affects millions of Americans each day but it can befixed or learned to cope with it. read more
Two-thirds of the perpetrators of abuse are family members. Abusers who live with the elder have more opportunity to abuse. A high percentage of victims live with abusers.Hard as it is to believe, the great majority of abusers are family members, most often an adult child or spouse. Abusers may be isolated from the larger community themselves or may seek to isolate the elders from others so that the abuse is not discovered. Most "senior citizens" are women, the majority are of low-income and bot read more
Marriage is an institution where the bride and groom take their vows which includes,"For Better, For Worse,In Sickness And In Health". Stepping on each other's toes is common during a marriage, but the relationship grows when both husband and wife... read more
Therapeutic Essential Oils and Healing Naturally is the second
hub and a continuation to revealing some
“must have” essential oils that individuals should consider keeping on hand for
family emergencies and day to day mishaps.
If you have not... read more
The use of plant aromatics for the holistic healing of mind, body, and spirit is called aromatherapy. The
Holistic Healing Benefits of Therapeutic Essential Oils are that the essential
oil products can assist the human body with its natural healing... read more
Venturing Out for the
How to Use Essential Oils for Halloween will start with what
normally happens when one ventures out for the holiday festivities. Most
are prone to getting bitten by blood-sucking... read more
Learn How to Buy Therapeutic Essential Oils will be a recap
and review of the importance of purchasing organic, pure, and natural
therapeutic essential oils. Therapeutic
grade essential oils are high-quality oils and can be viewed as an essential... read more
Christmas time is a perfect time to become experienced in diffusing and
blending essential oils. By learning How to Use Essential Oils for Christmas one
can assist in getting everyone into the festive spirit of the season. There is nothing... read more
A Silent Thief provides an interesting approach in
explaining this disease and what can be done as prevention and takes a broad
look at what can be done in the way of treatments. If you like what you learned about The
“Skinny” on... read more
Insommia: Why Women Can't Sleep will disclose some of the underlying, sometime silent problems women are unaware of that is causing them to miss out on a good night's sleep. Nearly 50 percent of all American women over age 35 complain
that they do... read more
Becoming informed about simple heath solutions is very important in avoiding common everyday pitfalls that effect your health.
Simple solutions like eye exercises can help avert the need for stronger glasses. Brushing your teeth with a sonic tooth brush and avoiding fluoride will help strengthen your teeth and make your bones stronger. An olive oil mixture can get ride of unsightly nail fungus. Simply drinking water and eating unrefined sea salt will avert a high blood pressure condition. The list is endless in simple solutions the trick is to look for it and become inquisitive.
Alternative health doctors are growing in popularity, and their natural health services aren't covered by insurance! Do you wonder why the FDA approves certain treatments and not herbal medicine? read more
What is the hot sitz bath?
Hot sitz bath is defined as partial immersion of the body in basin filled with water covering the pelvic and the anal areas.
Here are the wonderful effects of the hot sitz bath:
It provides relief to pain after... read more
How to Cure Acute and Chronic Cystitis? What is Cystitis?
Cystitis is the inflammation of the urinary bladder which is
typified by excruciating and sparse urination.
Note words under the quotation marks (“ ”) are Filipino
words or terms. ... read more
How to Cure Abscesses and Boils Using Natural Herbs? An abscess is the core of a secretion concentrated within a
tissue. A boil on the other hand is a furuncle. Both boils and abscesses are
typified by soreness, heat and bulge. Abscess can emanate... read more
How to Apply Steam Inhalation and what are its wonderful effects? Steam inhalation implies the breathing of warm, damp air
into the mucous membranes and respiratory tract. Here are the wonderful effects of steam inhalation:
It soothes... read more
How to Apply Hot or Cold Fever Sponge Bath?
A sponge bath is usually performed to an individual with fever.
Here are the Wonderful Effects of Hot or Cold Fever Sponge Bath:
The sponge bath can reduce fever and body temperature.
It has... read more
How to Apply the Fomentation?
What is fomentation?
A local application of moist heat by using cloth compressed from boiling water or from steam tank.
Here are the wonderful effects of fomentation:
It enhances blood flow in the area treated.... read more
It was time for Grandparents Class to start, excitedly we settled into our seats not knowing what to expect awaiting the presentation of the agenda. Grandparents class was two four-hour sessions. What could we possibly learn that we didn't already know? Honestly .... quite a bit. read more
This article is about the problem of fatigue. The symptoms of fatigue and common causes are discussed. The new term TATT is explained and and the normal requirements for sleep is discussed. read more
This is a short history of sign language primarily in the United States, as well as Plains Indian sign language and some other aspects of using hand and body signals. read more
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First of all, I hope that you all had an amazing weekend and it's great to see you all back here on HuPages....this is going to be an awesome week!Now, for all of you Hubbers out there who have been following my forum thread about HubMobs, this is the first official topic that we will all be...
by Ryan Hupfer 12 years ago
Whether you have a green thumb or not, getting in touch with your inner gardening-freak is never a bad thing and we've decided to touch on it today with this week's HubMob topic of Green Thumb Hubbers: Landscaping, gardening and loving your yard. I have put some research into seeing what are great...
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Hi everyone, ready to start a new week? First of all, a big thank you to all the HubMobsters who took part in last week's HubMob of Summer Sport's. The special mention for being the most prolific HubMobsters of the week goes to:Simple Tim with 7 hubs, followed closely by...
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