5 Simple Ways to Improve Posture Throughout the Day

How to Improve Your Posture Posture is so important for us because good posture is the foundation for a lot of things in life. It affects our back and spine health, how the world perceives us, the quality of our exercises, and good posture can even make you look 10 pounds thinner! Here are five…

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RDW High: What does it Mean in Blood Test

What is RDW in Blood Test and What’s Normal Range? Red blood cell distribution width (RDW or RDW-CV) is the measurement derived from red blood cell distribution width analyzed by hematology machines as a part of complete blood count, a laboratory test to identify some blood related disorders such as anemia. Red blood cell’s normal size is up…

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Does WiFi Cause Cancer

One more crazy, tinfoil hat health concern has popped up, and with any luck, it’ll be shattered before it gets any steam. UK scientists have announced that there isn’t any research to show that there’s more danger from having a Wifi router in your home than from having a television-and no, that doesn’t mean that…

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Brown Semen Causes

Normally the semen is tending to be a milky white color in healthy men, brown sperm or semen is most often caused from blood. The causes of blood in your semen can usually be traced back to one of several reasons. As hard as it is to confront such an issue, the good news is…

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Invisalign Pain: Causes & Relief

Invisalign is a relatively invisible alternative to traditional orthodontic braces, and is turning into a more and more popular option. Aside from being cosmetically pleasing, Invisalign is considered easier to manage than braces because there are no restrictions on the types of food that can be eaten during realignment, all for a price comparable to…

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Should I Get a Flu Vaccination This Year?

About 36,000 Americans die each year from complications of flu. An estimated 10 percent to 20 percent of U.S. residents get the flu each year with an average of 114,000 people hospitalized for flu-related complications. The flu vaccine is specifically recommended for people who are at high risk for developing serious complications resulting from influenza…

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How to Do if you Got Colds and Flu

During the winter months, colds and flu are appearing commonly. Here are some details if you have got it. Doctor Visit When to See the Doctor You usually do not have to see your doctor if you have signs of a cold or the flu. Most of the time, colds and flu just need to…

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How to Use a Condom

Use a latex condom for anal, oral or vaginal sex, particularly if you are having sex with multiple partners. Although this won’t guarantee you won’t get an STD, using a latex condom reduces your risk for certain diseases. Spermicides are not recommended. Condoms are not 100 percent effective and may not protect you from herpes,…

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Mobile Phone for Children: Bad or Good

Mobile radiation effects in children IS MOBILE USE GOOD FOR CHILDREN “Waiting for high levels of scientific and clinical proof before taking action to prevent well-known risks can lead to very high health and economic costs” These are the words quoted by the scientific council of European Union on regards to the study report of…

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Is Obesity in Children a matter of diet or lack of exercise?

Who hasn’t worried about their child’s health? All the studies that have been done indicate that over 1/3 of children today are overweight or obese and we spend lots and lots of research money granted for more studies on why children are getting more and more obese and overweight. Why can’t we stop researching and…

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