Natural Remedies

“Getting cold feet”, a common phrase used to describe that cortisol induced apprehension before delivering your first speech, exchanging vows or facing any major event in your life, may have more depth than just feeling the jitters. To begin with, let’s take a...
Hormones are produced in the endocrine glands and are considered the body's chemical messenger. Their main duty is to travel through the bloodstream and order tissues and organs to do certain tasks. Hormones control important functions in the body...
A condition that is characterized by pain and discomfort in the chest, a person experiencing angina pectoris feels as though someone is squeezing the chest with a great pressure. The chest has a burning sensation accompanied with pain that starts behind...
A change in season can bring with it a host of illnesses such as a cold, cough and congestion that might be enough to ruin your Halloween plans. While you can take the usual route of gulping down those antibiotics with a glass of...
Watching back-to-back matches this football season means spending hours glued in front of your screen and putting your back under a lot of pressure. While all that seems a lot of fun and relaxing for the time being, it can create...
Your colon has the most critical responsibility of extracting water and salt from wastes before they are eliminated from the body. This is how it helps maintain the body’s electrolyte balance. However, many times this cleansing organ might get clogged itself...
The subject of erectile dysfunction is more of a taboo among men, but the fact is that the number of men who have unsatisfactory erections (or none at all) increases after they cross 30. Above 60, more than half of all...
Do you struggle with pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) every month? You're not alone. With aches, pains, and mood swings, dealing with PMS can be very unpleasant for many women. While over-the-counter painkillers and medications could help reduce some of the...
Osteoporosis affects more than 40 million people in America. It is generally seen in older women over the age of 50 and can go unnoticed for years with no symptoms until it has advanced and a bone fracture occurs. Treatments...
A knee swelling can be caused by a number of factors such as an accidental or athletic injury, arthritis, blood clot, poor blood circulation, and even hormonal changes resulting from menopause. An injury to the knee can result in an accumulation of excessive...

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