Not having the right information before "getting intimate" can lead to a heck of a surprise. Below we take a look at 10 facts about contraception and sexual health that you may not have known. We’ll start with a...
Spring is finally here, and along with the gorgeous weather comes pollen. Many allergy sufferers know all too well the symptoms of hay fever, caused by pollen released from budding trees and plants. The airborne pollen is easily inhaled through the nose and mouth, and for sensitive people, it can cause a series of miserable symptoms.
Do you love a glass of really good wine? In addition to its pleasing taste and relaxation factor, you may have heard that red wine (in moderation, of course) is even good for your heart health, among other things. Now there’s one more reason to have a glass of your favorite red during Thanksgiving dinner! Researchers have found that the antioxidant found in red wine can help destroy pancreatic cancer cells. Since November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month, let’s take a closer look at this recent discovery . . .
Cancer affects people of all walks of life. It does not discriminate against age, color or status. It’s likely that you know someone, whether an acquaintance or someone near and dear to your heart, who has been touched by cancer. Perhaps you yourself have even struggled with the disease. Fortunately, scientists are learning more and more about ways to prevent and fight the big “C” – even simple, everyday changes you can make in your life or your diet. Keep reading to discover 6 foods you should be adding to your anti-cancer regimen.
It's an unusual (and fortunate) person who hasn't had someone they know or love fall victim to cancer. The United Nations’ Cancer Research Agency tells us cancer will kill more than 13.2 million people a year by the year 2030. So if you are worried you will suffer or die with cancer, it’s a completely natural reaction. There IS cause for concern. That’s why now more than ever it’s so important to arm yourself with facts.