Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Testosterone Supplements Might Help Patients With Heart Failure

Patients struggling with moderate to severe heart failure might benefit from testosterone supplementation to boost their ability to exercise, new Canadian research suggests. But it's far too soon to recommend testosterone as a therapy for heart failure patients, a cardiology expert warned.

The research team analyzed four randomized studies, conducted between 1980 and 2010, which had examined the potential benefit of treating heart failure patients with testosterone supplementation.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Think About Your Own Health and How You Can Improve It

If you are like me, you think about your own health and how you can improve it. You have learned the basics of health and try to follow a standard plan. I was talking to a family member and they told me about Sonjna Moringa trees and their health benefits, so I looked it up. It really does fit right into any health plan.

I learned that the Sonjna Moringa is a tree and has many uses. It actually is found in other countries like Africa and West Bengal India and they use all the parts of the Moringa tree for all kinds of medicinal purposes. It happens to be a plant that can be harvested and almost every part of the plant or tree is used for health. It could be a leaf powder, moringa oil, or capsules made from the moringa leaf. The Moringa leaves are made into the leaf powder that is used for many different health benefits.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Obese People Have Less Satisfying Sex Lives

Obesity may lower levels of sexual satisfaction, especially for women, a new study shows.

Duke University researchers studied 91 obese men and 134 obese women who completed a sexual functioning questionnaire before enrolling in a weight loss study. The questionnaire covered nine areas: interest, desire, arousal, orgasm, satisfaction, behavior, relationship, masturbation and sexual problems.

"We found that there was lower sexual satisfaction and lower sexual quality of life among women than men, and overall sexual quality of life was low among both groups," Dr. Truls Ostbye, a professor in the department of community and family medicine, said in a Duke news release.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Hollywood Actors and Actresses Suffering Hair Loss

Hollywood is ill-famed for its mellow standards for dear looks and beneficial health. With the Academy Awards occurrent this February, actors and actresses are sounding for slipway to fill their gang of admirers. From intriguer gowns and glittering jewels to gamey heeled stilettos and gorgeous hairsbreadth styles, celebrities are in contest for the hottest feel and the prominent poses.

Good looks are significant in the humanity of amusement, nonetheless hardly like the residue of us, celebrities feel hairsbreadth release. Celebrity haircloth loss is decent an increasingly hot issue in the media. Fans and paparazzi likewise accompany their ducky and well-nigh talked most stars and dungeon up with the tabloids and modish gab on them.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

A Good Diet Includes Many Cancer-Fighting Foods

Losing weight can help reduce your risk of cancer if you're overweight or obese, but not all diet plans are effective in lowering that risk, an expert says.

Diets that help protect against cancer are those that encourage long-term changes in eating habits and also provide a variety of options from all food groups, explained Daxaben Amin, a senior clinical dietitian in the clinical nutrition department at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Some Women Worry More About Cancer Recurrence Than Others

Some women who've been treated for early-stage breast cancer are more likely than others to worry excessively that the cancer will return, a new study has found.

This type of anxiety, the researchers say, can compromise a woman's medical care and quality of life.

"How much women worry about recurrence is often not aligned with their actual risk for cancer recurrence," study author Nancy Janz, of the University of Michigan School of Public Health, said in a news release from Cancer, which published the findings online March 28.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Nexium - To Treat Heartburns And Peptic Ulcers

Nexium is contains Benzimidazole which is a dose that can destruct inner parasites and fungal infections and can preclude the breadbasket from fabrication elvis. Hence Nexium is one of the scoop medicines to process heartburns, peptic ulcers and even GERD. The generic gens of this dose is Esomeprazole.This dose is highly effectual in putting a complete blockage to manufacture of acid by the tum within a span of one hour.

Nexium belongs to a radical of medicines which are called proton ticker inhibitors. By reducing the quantity of venter battery-acid in your abdomen, this medicament aids to set rightfulness any injury that could sustain already occurred to the esophagus, tum or the intestines.