Monthly Archives: April 2017

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Safety in the home || child protection || newborn baby care

The following guidelines for safety in the home are specifically related to the care of children which means baby care. There are other important considerations for general safety which fall outside the scope of this list, but also demand our attention. 

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Vitamin A deficiency causes child blindness

A child of 7 years Old named Arif is now totally blind. Now he begs with her mother. Where as he could a healthy, strong and clever citizen not being the burden of society. Arif or his father is not aware of the reason of his blindness. 

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Health Tips with Turmeric benefits

THATS it, look no further than your kitchen for the route to beautiful skin, hair, and that general healthy glow. The message that simple and natural is best is not new. Eastern cultures have been using the earth’s natural resources for beauty preparations and health remedies since the early civilizations. 

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Why are allergies becoming common?

ALLERGIES, and related conditions such as asthma, are becoming more common
according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). The numbers tell the story:
*More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergic diseases each year.
* As the 6th leading cause of chronic disease in the United States, allergies cost the health care system $18 billion annually. 

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Suicide – A Survivor’s Guide

The suicide of a loved one

The suicide of a loved one has been rated as one of the most stressful of events
—for those who are left behind.
But you can cope healthfully
—you can live again

They touched my life: they called me friend; they wounded my heart. Because each of them died. Without saying good-bye. By his or her own hand. 

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Can exercise really beat the blues?

You’ve hit the local health club regularly for the last two years. You’ve leaped and spun to the beat of disco in regular aerobics classes. You’ve sweated and strained through the standard reps during strength workouts. And you’ve loved it – loved the feeling of exhausting your muscles, loved how your efforts made you look. 

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Mending – A woman’s heart

When it comes to heart disease, mainstream medicine leaves women in the lurch. If you are female, don’t assume your doctor will alert you to an increased risk of heart disease. Even healthcare providers who care often miss the signs in women 

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Drink Water – Refresh may reduce cancer odds

DRINK Water up your 8 glasses. You have one more reason to hit your water mark today: A recent study suggests it might lower your risk of colon cancer. Research conducted at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, added hearty support to previous studies that linked high consumption of fruits, vegetables, grains and low-fat dairy products to a reduced risk of colon cancer. But there was a new finding:  When the data from the diet questionnaire completed by more than 400 middle-aged men and women with a history of colon cancer was compared with the same into gathered from their cancer free counterparts, another link appeared. Among women who drank more than five glasses of plain water a day, there were fewer cases of colon cancer. In fact, their risk was about half of what it was for women who drank fewer than two glasses a day. The same water intake afforded the men in the study only a suggestion of a reduced risk, a difference researchers say they can’t explain without further study.

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