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Archive for November, 2015

Include your Pharmacist in your Healthcare

Nov
24

Date: November 24th, 2015

Things your Pharmacist can help you with

Reasons to use just one Pharmacy

We all see multiple doctors in our lifetime. We see our primary care physician, and specialists, and emergency doctors. These doctors do not always know what the other doctors are using to treat us, but if we have all of our prescriptions filled at the same pharmacy then our pharmacists can alert us when something that has been prescribed for us might interact with something else we already take.

Doctors make mistakes. They are human and they can forget an allergy you have, or they can write a prescription in the wrong dosage. Your pharmacist is capable of seeing the prescription, and possibly stopping you from taking something that could harm you.

Could Common Pain Relievers be lowering your Fertility?

Nov
15

Date: November 15th, 2015

Can Pain Relievers Affect Fertility Rates?

The Study of NSAIDs and Fertility

Thirty nine women of childbearing age who suffered from minor back pains participated in the study of the effect that NSAIDs have on fertility.

The women were given one of the three most popular NSAIDs on the market or a placebo.

The researchers wanted to measure the size of the ovaries in the women, the presence of follicles in the ovaries and the level of progesterone in their bodies. The follicles the ovaries produce are what release the eggs during ovulation. The progesterone is a hormone that is essential in ovulation. Without proper levels of progesterone, the fertilized eggs would not be able to attach to the interior lining of the uterus.

Adults Should Have Cancer Screenings To Avoid Fear

Nov
11

Date: November 11th, 2015

Must Have Cancer Screenings

Cancer Screening You Need

Cancer is a word that strikes our hearts with fear. Many people fear the word so much that they delay cancer screenings, or the signs and symptoms of cancer, because they fear the diagnosis.

Prevention is the best cure for cancer, and when prevention fails then early detection is your best option for beating this disease into submission. In order to detect a cancer you must be on the lookout for it, and that means talking to your healthcare professional about your risks for certain types of cancer, and having screenings to detect the disease in its early stages.

Why play is important for the health growth and development of children

Nov
03

Date: November 3rd, 2015

Play for kids is very beneficial

Children who are given an opportunity to play freely with no interruptions from their parents are better at thinking and handling different possibilities as children. The development process of a child affects the Childs behavior also affects their responsibility when they are adults. Nowadays, parents are taking playing with a lot of cautions just because they are cautious or overprotective of their children; what they do not really understand is that they affect the proper development of the children negatively.

Social development of a child

At times, you can even get parents controlling every move of the child when she or he is playing. This affects the child as they cannot reason or make a decision of their own. They will become dependent on their parents for guidance in their entire venture. Nevertheless, children who are allowed to make decisions on their own whether they are playing ion not are better able to develop better life skill such as problem-solving, beneficial decisions among other.

Significance of Fiber in gut bacteria

Nov
02

Date: November 2nd, 2015

Fiber as a control of gut bacteria

There are many different compositions for the bacteria and some researchers argue that the bacteria can be beneficial in one way or the other. On the other hand, it can result to different health problems. Actually, some researchers and health practitioners have associated bacteria with increasing incidences of obesity and diabetes.

Researchers have recommended fiber

As a result, the researchers have recommended the use of fiber as a way to control the gut bacteria and some associated health problems. A team of researchers carried out a research about the effect of changes in diet and the effects of fiber on the gut bacteria. The researchers from Stanford university school of medicine wanted to determine the effect of a single gut microbe species referred to as Akkermansia municiphilla. According to the researchers, the individuals had variant levels of Akkermansia, and the effects differed.