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prostate-cancer-men-have-more-control-over-treatment-options-then-they-might-think

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK and US, and arguably the most intimate too, which can cause some patients to feel embarrassed when it comes to discussing their symptoms or treatment options with a specialist. As Men’s Health Awareness Month approaches, with diagnoses on the rise, it’s more important than ever that men feel confident in discussing their condition and empowered to seek all the possible treatment options – some of which offer far better long term outcomes in both sexual function and continence…

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easy-guide-for-a-gorgeous-winter-skin

The snowflakes and the snowball fight, the holidays and Hallmark cards on a white Christmas. There are many things we love about winter. Some of us even love the natural glow on our faces this time of the year that makes you feel a tad bit more attractive. However, an extreme winter can cause more than just a rosy glow on the cheeks and leave you with a dry and flaky skin…

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skin-issues-and-acne-during-pregnancy

Hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause drastic changes to your complexion. If you had previously been blessed with clear skin prior to your pregnancy, pimples, acne and other skin rashes might seem unpleasant though some women with acne have reported that their skin have cleared up during pregnancy. Here are some tips to consider to make sure your skin is taken care of during your pregnancy. Do reach out to your primary care physician if your skin conditions worsens…

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watching-out-for-diabetes-the-warning-signs

Diabetes is a chronic disease in which a patient has sometimes dangerously high levels of circulating sugar in the blood. It often tends to run in families and if one is more aware and cautitous, there are signs and symptoms one can watch out for those are categorized as pre-diabetes…

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alternate-solutions-to-laser-hair-removal

Although, laser hair removal treatment was introduced years ago, people still don’t accept it as a ideal technique to remove hair on a long term basis. There are a variety of alternatives to this treatment; some based on modern technology while some find their roots in ancient times…

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benefits-of-exercise-in-diabetes

In the absence of insulin or its proper action, we are unable to metabolize the sugar in our foods as a result the blood sugar levels rise. While the only treatment medically for diabetes is to give insulin from outside, one can regulate their Diabetes by diet and exercise to a great extent as well…

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easy-steps-to-healthy-chic-hair

Doesn’t matter if you are a model or a professional who wants to look good for a business meeting, or a teenager with a prom coming up, everyone craves for that healthy shiny fuller hair…

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dandruff-and-fungus

Dandruff is a common problem that affects both men and women. The medical term for this condition is also Seborrheic dermatitis. It is a very common condition of the skin that leads to white flakes or scales on the scalp and few other areas such as inner ear or eyebrows…

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exercising-with-asthma

Asthma is a disorder characterized by inflammation of the lungs and the airways. As it causes the airways to swell, it reduces the amount of air that enters as the muscles from the tract usually become tight, thereby causing shortness of breath, bough and even wheezing…

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causes-and-treatment-for-hair-loss

Hair loss in a natural physiological and chemical process, and it is not always seen as a problem. Typically, an average person loses 10-12% of their hair during a resting phase, which falls out after a few months, making way for new hair to grow…

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