A must read for healthy ageing buffs.


According to the Social Security Administration, a woman turning 65 years old today can expect to live, on average, until the age of 86.6. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that between 2013 and 2014, overall life expectancy for white women fell slightly, from 81.2 years to 81.1 years, while it actually […]…

How To Prevent Neck Pain Naturally


Neck pain and neck injuries can change your lifestyle overnight. here are some easy exercises and health devices to relieve neck pain.

Do yoga in winter for your body and mind :)


  Yoga Breathing Techniques To Stay Warm – Check them Out! Hello All!!! Winters are still hanging around! You must have had warm soups and lots of dry fruits all season long, right? Do you usually you enjoy this season? Of course, the climate dries up your skin and you have to constantly apply a body……

An apple a day or Dr. Rudy all the way?


One of the fastest relationship killers is bad breath, both in one’s personal as well as professional life. As soon as bad breath is noticed, the focus shifts to the odor instead of what he or she is saying. Attempting to brush or floss one’s teeth in the office bathroom after lunch, to help keep…

NATURAL WAYS TO COMBAT GLAUCOMA


Glaucoma, the second biggest cause of blindness in the world, damages the optic nerve and leads to loss of vision.Medical studies say decreased blood flow in the optic nerve and high eye pressure are the primary factors that cause glaucoma. The probability of having glaucoma increases with age, hypertension, and diabetes. Moreover, it is a…

Just what was English sweating sickness? | Blog


We may never discover what the actual cause of sweating sickness was, concludes The Pharmaceutical Journal – Blog,  but what we do know is that the epidemic was first documented in England in the Tudor times. However, this does not prove the source of the disease, that followed the plague epidemic, was in England or even Europe….

Reflections on having children in the future


In recent years, there is an increasing number of normal, fertile couples who are postponing the birth of their first child. They are highly educated men and women who are doing well in their professional careers, and have decided to choose to delay parenthood to their thirties and sometimes forties. Medical science has discovered revolutionary…